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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    Originally posted by pinstripers View Post
    Good advice regarding shingles. Wife got a mild case so I got my shingles shots. Had a cousin that had shingles bad. Horrible.
    There are some pretty potent medications available (with plenty of side effects); however, if you know somebody that is still suffering, tell them to contact a pain center and get evaluated for a nerve block.
    Last edited by C0|dB|00ded; December 19, 2023, 03:06 PM.

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  • SB Shock
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    Originally posted by pinstripers View Post
    Good advice regarding shingles. Wife got a mild case so I got my shingles shots. Had a cousin that had shingles bad. Horrible.
    I had family member get shingles, it was unpleasant. So I got mine.

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  • pinstripers
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    Good advice regarding shingles. Wife got a mild case so I got my shingles shots. Had a cousin that had shingles bad. Horrible.

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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    I'm happy to say that today I tested negative. A full 10 days after first sign of symptoms. The dark seed has been banished and hopefully this is the last of it. *knocks on wood*.

    Next fall I will be getting the booster (along with the flu shot). I got cocky, figured I had super-immunity. I did not. Or at least not with the latest iteration.

    Get your flu, RSV, and Covid shot today! Life's too short to waste time lying in bed... or worse. The vaccines work!

    Oh, and I HIGHLY recommend anybody over 50 getting their Shingles vaccine. I know somebody who recently came down with Shingles, and brother (sister?), you wouldn't wish that on your worst enemy. The neurologic pain can continue for the rest of your life.

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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    Originally posted by Ta Town Shocker View Post
    If I were in the hospital, I'd option to take the approved treatments recommended by a doctor vs having a family member bring me a dose of Ivermectin they picked up from their vet.
    Sounds like good 'ol common sense no?

    Well, in this thread your words qualify you as genius-wizard-level smart.

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  • C0|dB|00ded
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    Originally posted by ShockerFever View Post
    Pretty obvious you're employed by Pfizer at this point.
    I own shares in the company, and let me just say, it hasn't been doing well at all.

    Originally posted by ShockerFever View Post
    Good luck in life Cold. Your rep is what it is now.
    Yep. Legendary.

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  • atlwsu
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    Originally posted by shoxlax View Post

    If I may ask, why have you been taking it for 20 years?
    I have an autoimmune malady called CREST Syndrome. (I have all the symptoms except the S)

    https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medic...rma/types.html

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  • WuDrWu
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    Originally posted by WstateU View Post
    That is beyond hilarious.

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  • pinstripers
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    Originally posted by atlwsu View Post


    I have been taking hydroxychloroquine over 20 years and have had Covid 2X. First time in 2020 I was in the hospital 4 days, the 2nd time in 2022 it was very mild, slight sore throat. I don't believe hydroxychloroquine has any effect on Covid
    Those who have had it twice after taking the shot and the boosters would say that it would been much worse without, so maybe...........?

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  • shoxlax
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    Originally posted by atlwsu View Post


    I have been taking hydroxychloroquine over 20 years and have had Covid 2X. First time in 2020 I was in the hospital 4 days, the 2nd time in 2022 it was very mild, slight sore throat. I don't believe hydroxychloroquine has any effect on Covid
    If I may ask, why have you been taking it for 20 years?

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  • atlwsu
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    Originally posted by WstateU View Post

    I have been taking hydroxychloroquine over 20 years and have had Covid 2X. First time in 2020 I was in the hospital 4 days, the 2nd time in 2022 it was very mild, slight sore throat. I don't believe hydroxychloroquine has any effect on Covid

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  • Ta Town Shocker
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    I didn't watch the video but couple of questions to those who are in the know here. Is COVID a parasite? How would something that treats symptoms of COVID have any impact on the vaccine prevention side of it? If I were in the hospital, I'd option to take the approved treatments recommended by a doctor vs having a family member bring me a dose of Ivermectin they picked up from their vet.
    Last edited by Ta Town Shocker; December 16, 2023, 07:43 AM.

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  • Shockm
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    Originally posted by WstateU View Post
    To Cold blooded and rjl (maybe others too), “You can’t handle the truth”.

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