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Tips for if you test positive or someone you now turns positive with COVID-19.

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You tested positive what now?

According to Professor Roger Seheult there is a disturbing number of people that keep asking the question what do I do now, or are just not following and guidelines. The fact is that we can never say that it won’t happen to u, so here are some practical advise to follow during these time.

1)If you can and your financial situation allows it to invest in a pulse oximeter.

pulse oximeter.
pulse oximeter.

These instruments go for about $33 US on Takealot and this devise tell you to things, it measures you pulse or hart rate on also give you your SPO2 or also known as oxygen saturation, is a measure of the amount of oxygen-carrying haemoglobin in the blood relative to the amount. of hemoglobin not carrying oxygen. The body needs there to be a certain level of oxygen in the blood or it will not function as efficiently. If your oxygen saturation is above 95 you are generally ok but if it drops at rest between 90 and 94you are entering somewhat of a caution zone, if it drops below 90 that a red zone where you are Cleary hypoxemic (Hypoxemia is an abnormally low level of oxygen in the blood. More specifically, it is oxygen deficiency in arterial blood. And at this stage you should seek medical attention.

2) Antibodies.

Antibodies
Antibodies

If you are not sick enough to be admitted in hospital and want to reduce try and restrict the virus from infecting you, you might want to look into this. The antibodies in question Monoclonal antibodies. Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system's ability to fight off harmful pathogens such as viruses. Imagen the virus that’s round with spikes on (pike proteins). The Monoclonal antibodies will bind to those spine proteins early on during the infection and prevent the virus from entering you cells. This will reduce the viral load and there is a theoretical chance that it could reduce the severity of the disease. Now speak to your doctor regarding obtaining these. There are at the time of writing there are 2 companies that have obtain clearance for emergency use by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) the first is Eli Lilly. The name of there antibodies is bamlanivimab and the other company is regeneron pharmaceuticals and they have 2 types of antibodies in here drug called casirivimab and imdevimab creating a combination refer to as REGN-COV2 or the artificial "antibody cocktail" designed to produce resistance to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19.

3)Vitamin D.

Vitamin D
Vitamin D

If you have been sublimating with Vitamin D all along keep doing that and if you haven it might be a good idea to start. check with your medical practitioner but there are some data out of India that indicates that vitamin D reduces the risk of microbial infection and death but Despite the potential effectiveness of vitamin D as an antiviral, more solid data are needed to support this claim.

4) Self-quarantine.

Self-quarantine
Self-quarantine

This might sound obvious but go the extra mile only leave if you need to get medical attention and call ahead before you co in order for you doctor the know and be ready for your arrival. Not only separate yourself from the people that live in the same house but also pets and animals. please keep in mind to always seek medical attention if you show any symptoms and that I am not a medical practitioner my atrial I based on do your research and advise by Professor Roger Seheult.

I hope that this might help someone out there and please keep safe. You are too loved to be lot now.

Tips for if you test positive or someone you now turns positive with COVID-19.
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  • genericname85
    you call a doctor. usually those tell you to stay home and isolate till you feel well. and if you start having trouble breathing you contact a doctor or go to ER depending on how severe it is. that's what you do xD the vast majority of people have no symptoms to speak of. only a tiny minority even get symptoms and an even more tiny minority gets serious complications.
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  • Anonymous
    Well according to the CDC the PCR test gives false negatives and according to the WHO the PCR test gives false positive so what can we understand from this? The PCR test is not credible at all and so if you test positive for covid you may just have a cold or nothing at all.
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  • menina
    This is very useful and it might help someone who needs advice. Thank you for sharing this with us. :)
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  • joeldalton
    You need Vitamin D and sunshine. Also zinc and Vitamin C.
  • Anonymous
    Good information, but I wish people would remember to mention vitamin K2 each time they mentioned D3. Without it, D3 can cause you health problems.

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