Are your symptoms improving? Your breathing and fevers?Thanks for asking Joe...
the more i stay away from media/news etc...the more i feel good.....
just only sticking with positive forums like this.....
struggling with sleep.... klonopin is helping a bit for that
Thanks man....yes vits and Proteins are very essential for the body to recover...apart from multi vits one should take natural supplements like ginger...lemon juice...garlic...etc....Well, ur 2 weeks or better in and still kickin ol friend. I'd say you got this! You will get stronger. If ur breathing fine still at this point, man, you gonna come out on top I'd say. Just try to rest as much as possible.
Yup. Vit c and d. I actually read something about some doctors somewhere fighting covid with massive amounts of vitamin c. I don't think I'd take a whole bottle or nothing but I'd b sure to get a couple vitamin c tabs in me every day.
Thanks Marnie...All your support makes me feel good and im doing my level best to avoid being anxious...i do listen to some soft music and do some small works and watch some comedy movies to divert myself...but anxiety do creep in sometimes slowly....How are you feeling this morning? Please dont feel "all alone" - thats just making you sad and more nervous - you're not alone. Everyone here is hoping for the best for you and here to listen - keep in touch and let us know how you feel now.
Yeah, as long as your breathing is good, you're winning the fight. Then, who knows, maybe you'll have immunity! It's still being researched, but wouldn't that be fantastic?Thats great. You gonna b fine. If your breathin is ok ur well on your way to kickin covids butt. See how strong you are?
Looks like you've beaten this virus, well done! Your immune system did the job as it was supposed to.Yes my friend
You're definitely all about sharing things today that's crushing my heart and scaring me to my inner core. Let's try and not share any more news articles if possible today <3I don't think there is a confirmed case of anyone getting covid twice. In some people it seems to linger for a long time because they don't develop antibodies and that can look like a second infection.
The test is finding traces/fragments of the virus, whether those fragments are capable of causing disease or not. For example, you have successfully beaten the virus back, but it may be lurking in some very tiny doses somewhere, incapable of harming you but the tests pick it up.I don't think there is a confirmed case of anyone getting covid twice. In some people it seems to linger for a long time because they don't develop antibodies and that can look like a second infection.