TELEHEALTH DOCTOR CONVINCES WOMAN THAT COVID HOSPITAL CARE IS SAFE BUT SHE DIES THERE
Husband Survives Covid at Home Taking Vitamins, Ivermectin and Outside Walks
We celebrated my wife, Wendy’s, 71st birthday on August 1, 2021, and on August 2, she complained of sinus problems. She had a tendency to get sinus infections and knew the symptoms but we had just lost our primary doctor and did not have anyone to see. Someone told us about an Ear Nose and Throat specialist in our area. We went there on August 3. He diagnosed her with a serious sinus infection and no one thought about Covid-19.
He gave her the normal antibiotic for five days as she has had before. On the 6th, I did not like the way she was and did not understand, as normally on the third day, she would feel better. Our daughter and I started to think it may be something else so I went to the store and bought a Covid test. We tested her and she was positive. We did not have any doctor to go to. I don’t recall who told Wendy that she knew a doctor who had Covid and it seemed that he was good. We called him on the 7th and made a virtual appointment for the next day. On the 8th in the morning at 10:00 a.m. when he came online, he asked her many questions and made her walk and breathe. Then he told her that she had to go to the hospital.
I did not like it but he insisted, saying that he went there himself and he came out okay. He recommended the hospital he went to that was in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was 115 miles south of us. Wendy wanted to go as she trusted the doctor. Early afternoon I drove her there and never saw her again.
The first week she was doing good, and then I became sick and lost contact. I did not want to go to the hospital. I took many vitamins and Ivermectin for five days and walked a lot in my back yard. Our daughter was in communication with her every day.
They ordered an oxygen bottle for home and it was delivered. We were happy thinking she was coming back home, but they started Remdesivir (I later learned that from the medical records I ordered). I wanted to see what happened to my wife. Then they gave her a blood thinner which she did not need; she never had blood problems and was already taking one baby aspirin every day like me.
Something else I found in the medical record was that she had renal failure after the Remdesivir. She was in perfect health and never had kidney problems before. A few days after the blood thinners were given, she developed an internal hemorrhage and went to the Intensive Care Unit. They decided to ventilate her and she never came back from the ICU. On August 26, the hospital called us and said that she died. I never saw her or had a chance to say goodbye.
It took less than 17 days for them to kill her when she had always been in good health doing Zumba three times a week. We used to go camping, walk near the mountains and she never had any problems at all.
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