PATIENT SURVIVES 44 DAYS IN HOSPITAL, INCLUDING 20 DAYS IN THE ICU AND THE LOSS OF 40 POUNDS
Man Works Hard on His Recovery Resuming Office Work and Exercise at the Gym
Last fall, I survived 44 days in the hospital including 20 days in the ICU at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. I was and still am “unvaccinated.”
At age 60 with no preexisting conditions (worked out at the gym every other day and ate a very healthy diet), I tested positive for Covid-19 on September 29, 2021. I took low doses of Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, Vitamin C and Zinc at home but got weaker. I was admitted to the hospital on October 5 with an oxygen saturation of 80%. They treated me with Remdesivir. They said I had clots in my lungs and atrial fibrillation. A few days later, I needed more oxygen so they put me on high-flow with a nasal cannula. They asked me if I wanted to put Do Not Resuscitate in my chart and I said no, that I had a lot to live for.
On October 15, they said I needed more oxygen than they could provide in the regular room and that I needed to be moved to the Intensive Care Unit and intubated. Almost three weeks later, I awoke from a medically induced coma and deep sedation and had lost 40 pounds.
Fortunately, I was able to leave the hospital two weeks later but was so weak that I needed a walker in order to move around. I worked hard on my own recovery. I resumed office work to sharpen my mind and resumed working out at the gym to rebuild my body. Today, eight months after leaving the hospital, I am living almost a completely normal life but have numbness in my fingertips and need to avoid getting dehydrated to avoid a drop in blood pressure and faintness.
None of my doctors have any idea why I got so sick. The only thing I can think of is that I started an intestinal cleansing regimen about a month prior to getting sick. It’s the Robert Grey (Holistic Horizons) program that uses psyllium husks and herbs. I have read recent studies that link imbalances in intestinal flora to respiratory infections as well as low albumin levels to worse Covid-19 outcomes.
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