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Brussels
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Covid19 transmission through eyes and eye symptoms

I keep reading more and more people with eye infections and the flu.

My husband is now almost 2 weeks with flu symptoms - low fever, on and off, dry coughs, fatigue, headaches.

In the last 2 days, he's fighting right eye infection.

In the beginning of the infection, he's got another type of eye infection (on one side), but I gave him Euphrasia and it went down (eyebright)....

Now, the whole other eye got infected.

Tomorrow will be exactly 14 days since first flu symptoms appeared.

We all got that flu (he's the last one). It's probably the Covid19 as we live in the most contaminated area (Switzerland).

It took us more than 3 weeks to feel the flu stopped to be active. Only by the 4th week, we got sure it went away.

At a certain point, my daughter also woke up with eyelids stuck, and had to wash them with warm water to open them... Lower infection than my husband, but it was there.

We're all hoping it was the Covid19, so that we can go out more freely (when husband's symptoms disappear for good).

I would recommend you all to listen to Dr Klinghardt video I posted.

He said there that this Covid19 can keep coming and going, because the virus stays stuck in the nose + sinuses + throat + eyes for VERY LONG.

It is very consistent with our experience.

Ex: husband got fevers, day 1 and 2, with headaches and extreme fatigue then no more.

About 5 days later, the fevers came back, headaches, chills, coughs. Until he woke up with his eyes infected (like conjunctivitis).

Some say infected eyes mean higher viral load.

Well, he's working daily, only had to stop one day due to fatigue (it was a weekend, anyway).

When you think you're almost out, it CAN come back.

My daughter got nose symptoms only in the end of the infection, then again, some fever at a certain point.

It's like yoyo, keeps coming back, until it goes.

I used celery juice in the nose since start, so I had nothing like yoyo effect.... But both daughter and husband will never use anything in their nostrils, so they suffered these 'relapses' from fevers.

The infection is rather easy to treat, in the sense that we only took liposomal Vitamin C, licorice, ginger, more zinc than usual and a bit of Buhner's tinctures (specific for Corona viruses).

It's nothing too complex like lyme treatment.
And symptoms are not that bad (no one home started to have problems to breathe).

My husband certainly still got 1 more week to go, maybe even 2. But he's barely coughing, and today is the first day since he 'relapsed' that he's got no fever.

Anyway, just wanting to share with you that vitamin C, licorice, ginger, zinc and bits of Buhner's tincture helped us.

It seems men get the infection worse than women (and in anyway, they are more in danger of death).
It is again consistent with our little family.

my husband by far is getting the worst symptoms.
But nothing dangerous, no worry.
He's 51 years old.

I was hoping that lyme folks were more protected due to lyme disease - as many are immune to the flu / colds.

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map1131
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Take care of you and yours. It sure does play out differently in everyone.

Pam

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Brussels
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quote:
Originally posted by map1131:
Take care of you and yours. It sure does play out differently in everyone.

Pam

Thank you, Pam.
We're fine.

Stay healthy! [Smile]

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Wow, Brussels like always your putting out the good stuff.

A simple and very effective treatment is available over the counter and should be used to bring this under control, it's what was used to curb the 1918 pandemic.

https://nbprotocol.proboards.com/thread/262/iodine-forgotten-weapon-influenza-viruses

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hiker53
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Josey, The 1918 flu was a totally different virus than what causes Covid19 and you are fooling yourself if you think Lugol iodine absorbed through your feet will will kill this.

Brussels—Glad you are all recovering.

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Josey, please do not share information that does not have backup from the scientific community.

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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Josey
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This place is fake and is a front for Pharma and people like Brussel sprout are about as dumb as a brussel sprout.

BTW Lymetoo the person I'm referencing is an MD and Phd and all you are is a dumbass windbag.

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josey...you are the brussel sprout my friend,

you trust big pharma, they have an agenda

against YOU, you big DUMMY!
keep believing the

crap you hear...ohh the doctor said this or that

or he is a scientist, you DUMMY if they told

you the truth you would not be on this board!!!

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been there done that!

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