First Long Haul COVID-19 Pharmaceutical Treatment Protocol
A Possible Solution Developed By Expert Clinicians
Before COVID, life could be fun, a challenge, exciting, a grind. It contained many ups and downs and adventures. Chances are, you didn't have deliberating limitations.
But then COVID-19 hit and life changed for millions. A busy and active life turned into bouts of shortness of breath, chest pain, fatigue and brain fog. These symptoms, and many others, persisted week after week. As you'll be aware, your mental health suffers too. You feel down and depressed and have periods of anxiety. That goes on month after month until you're finally diagnosed with long COVID, also known as Post-COVID-19 Syndrome and Long Haul COVID-19 Syndrome (LHCS).
As it happens, Long COVID often strikes younger adults after mild COVID-19 cases of infection. Although, doctors from the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance have noticed that the syndrome can also materialise after the COVID vaccine. Those experts believe the vaccine could activate monocytes by the spike protein.
From the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, the FLCCC Alliance has worked to develop effective treatments and preventative protocols for COVID. Now they are applying their expertise to help long hauler COVID suffers to recover.
To do that, the FLCCC developed the I-RECOVER management protocol in collaboration with several expert clinicians, including Dr Mobeen Syed, Dr Ram Yogendra, Dr Bruce Patterson, and Dr Tina Peers.
However, they emphasize that multiple aspects of the protocol may change as long COVID scientific data and clinical experience evolves.
Nevertheless, clinicians have noticed that Long COVID has similar symptoms to other treatable conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome and mast cell activation syndrome.
The developed protocol also treats post-vaccine inflammatory syndromes with similar success.
To begin with, the initial therapy for Long Haul COVID-19 Syndrome is Ivermectin.
Dr Pierre Kory, a pulmonary and critical care specialist, says, “Ivermectin is one of the safest drugs known in history”. William C. Campbell and Satoshi Ōmura received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering the active ingredient in Ivermectin.
However, some heed caution because, like all medications, Ivermectin has some side effects. Just take a look at any medicine in the cabinet. Read the accompanying leaflet to see a list of possible adverse reactions.
In this case, Ivermectin can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea, low blood pressure and allergic reaction. Ivermectin can interact with other medications too. So, always consult with your doctor before starting any treatment.
Along with Ivermectin, the FLCCC advise all patients to take Vitamin C, omega-3 fatty acids, a statin, melatonin and vitamin D3 as macrophage and monocyte repolarisation therapy.
In the case that all your symptoms have not resolved with Ivermectin, then they suggest corticosteroid therapy.
After that, should your symptoms remain unresolved or recur after Ivermectin and corticosteroid therapy, then the protocol advises a treatment for mass cell activation. That would include antihistamines along with a mast cell stabiliser.
Then, depending on your symptoms, such as poor concentration, forgetfulness and mood disturbance, they recommend Fluvoxamine. That is a medication for depressive disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
You can get the I-RECOVER Management Protocol for Long Haul COVID-19 Syndrome (LHCS) and your FREE 3 Pillar Guide to Long COVID Recovery for a natural way to support your return to health.