What Are Mild Symptoms Of Coronavirus?

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What Are Mild Symptoms Of Coronavirus?

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  • Afghani Dukht says:

    EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT A BIRD IS A WORD.

  • Gamingforever55343 1 says:

    Nice…….

  • Lung and Sleep says:

    Good advice Dr Oz. As a respiratory specialist I’m preparing to be very busy working in my hospital in Australia. In the calm before the storm I’ve made some videos on my channel which people have found informative and funny. It’s important to have a laugh to help survive this tough time

    • Idylchatter says:

      And furthermore, if I end up in a hospital, I hope they know the law. >>”If a family member of mine died due to coronavirus infection, after a doctor refused to use intravenous vitamin C, I would challenge his or her treatment in a court of law. I would win.” (Kenneth Walker, MD, surgeon)<< http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v16n07.shtml  

      https://youtu.be/adYqbucF8M4 ICU nurses discuss IV vitamin C therapy for sepsis 

      “Given the rapid rate of success of intravenous vitamin C in viral diseases, I strongly believe it would be my first recommendation in the management of corona virus infections.”

      (Victor A. Marcial-Vega, MD) Puerto Rico

      “It is of great importance for all doctors to be informed about intravenous vitamin C. When a patient is already in hospital severely ill, this would be the best solution to help save her or his life.”

      (Karin Munsterhjelm, MD) Finland

      Winning the hospital game

      When faced with hospitalization, the most powerful person in the most entire hospital system is the patient. However, in most cases, the system works on the assumption that the patient will not claim that power. If on your way in you signed the hospital’s legal consent form, you can unsign it. You can revoke your permission. Just because somebody has permission to do one thing doesn’t mean that they have the permission to do everything. There’s no such thing as a situation that you cannot reverse. You can change your mind about your own personal healthcare. It concerns your very life. The rights of the patient override the rules of any institution.

      If the patient doesn’t know that, or if they’re not conscious, or if they just don’t have the moxie to do it, the next most powerful person is the spouse. The spouse has enormous influence and can do almost as much as the patient. If the patient is incapacitated, the spouse can, and must, do all the more. If there is no spouse present, the next most powerful people in the system are the children of the patient.

      When you go to the hospital, bring along a big red pen, and cross out anything that you don’t like in the hospital’s permission form. And before you sign it, add anything you want. Write out “I want intravenous vitamin C, 25 grams per day, until I state otherwise.” And should they say, “We’re not going to admit you,” you reply, “Please put it in writing that you refuse to admit me.” What do you think their lawyers are going to do with that? They have to admit you. It’s a game, and you can win it. But you can’t win it if you don’t know the rules. And basically, they don’t tell you the rules.

      This is deadly serious. Medical mistakes are now the third leading cause of death in the US. Yes, medical errors kill over 400,000 Americans every year. That’s 1,100 each day, every day. [5]

      There are mistakes of commission and mistakes of omission. Failure to provide intravenous vitamin C is, literally, a grave omission. Do not allow yourself or your loved ones to be deprived of a simple, easy to prepare and administer IV of vitamin C.

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5707683/  Vitamin C and Immune Function Anitra C. Carr and Silvia Maggini Additional article information

      Abstract

      Vitamin C is an essential micronutrient for humans, with pleiotropic functions related to its ability to donate electrons. It is a potent antioxidant and a cofactor for a family of biosynthetic and gene regulatory enzymes. Vitamin C contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system. Vitamin C supports epithelial barrier function against pathogens and promotes the oxidant scavenging activity of the skin, thereby potentially protecting against environmental oxidative stress. 

      Vitamin C accumulates in phagocytic cells, such as neutrophils, and can enhance chemotaxis, phagocytosis, generation of reactive oxygen species, and ultimately microbial killing. It is also needed for apoptosis and clearance of the spent neutrophils from sites of infection by macrophages, thereby decreasing necrosis/NETosis and potential tissue damage. The role of vitamin C in lymphocytes is less clear, but it has been shown to enhance differentiation and proliferation of B- and T-cells, likely due to its gene regulating effects. Vitamin C deficiency results in impaired immunity and higher susceptibility to infections. 

      In turn, infections significantly impact on vitamin C levels due to enhanced inflammation and metabolic requirements. Furthermore, supplementation with vitamin C appears to be able to both prevent and treat respiratory and systemic infections. Prophylactic prevention of infection requires dietary vitamin C intakes that provide at least adequate, if not saturating plasma levels (i.e., 100–200 mg/day), which optimize cell and tissue levels. In contrast, treatment of established infections requires significantly higher (gram) doses of the vitamin to compensate for the increased inflammatory response and metabolic demand.

      Keywords: ascorbate, ascorbic acid, immunity, immune system, neutrophil function, microbial killing, lymphocytes, infection, vitamin C

  • Autumn tha biblophile says:

    I’m tired of hearing about this corona virus it’s emotionally exhausting!

  • Peterbircsak1 says:

    CDC and WHO says symptoms are fever , cough and shortness of breath. Not runny nose or diarrhea. Somebody should be more careful.

  • Idylchatter says:

    What are the mild symptoms of IV C therapy? Life. >>”If a family member of mine died due to coronavirus infection, after a doctor refused to use intravenous vitamin C, I would challenge his or her treatment in a court of law. I would win.” (Kenneth Walker, MD, surgeon)<< http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v16n07.shtml  

    https://youtu.be/adYqbucF8M4 ICU nurses discuss IV vitamin C therapy for sepsis 

    “Given the rapid rate of success of intravenous vitamin C in viral diseases, I strongly believe it would be my first recommendation in the management of corona virus infections.”

    (Victor A. Marcial-Vega, MD) Puerto Rico

    “It is of great importance for all doctors to be informed about intravenous vitamin C. When a patient is already in hospital severely ill, this would be the best solution to help save her or his life.”

    (Karin Munsterhjelm, MD) Finland

    Winning the hospital game

    When faced with hospitalization, the most powerful person in the most entire hospital system is the patient. However, in most cases, the system works on the assumption that the patient will not claim that power. If on your way in you signed the hospital’s legal consent form, you can unsign it. You can revoke your permission. Just because somebody has permission to do one thing doesn’t mean that they have the permission to do everything. There’s no such thing as a situation that you cannot reverse. You can change your mind about your own personal healthcare. It concerns your very life. The rights of the patient override the rules of any institution.

    If the patient doesn’t know that, or if they’re not conscious, or if they just don’t have the moxie to do it, the next most powerful person is the spouse. The spouse has enormous influence and can do almost as much as the patient. If the patient is incapacitated, the spouse can, and must, do all the more. If there is no spouse present, the next most powerful people in the system are the children of the patient.

    When you go to the hospital, bring along a big red pen, and cross out anything that you don’t like in the hospital’s permission form. And before you sign it, add anything you want. Write out “I want intravenous vitamin C, 25 grams per day, until I state otherwise.” And should they say, “We’re not going to admit you,” you reply, “Please put it in writing that you refuse to admit me.” What do you think their lawyers are going to do with that? They have to admit you. It’s a game, and you can win it. But you can’t win it if you don’t know the rules. And basically, they don’t tell you the rules.

    This is deadly serious. Medical mistakes are now the third leading cause of death in the US. Yes, medical errors kill over 400,000 Americans every year. That’s 1,100 each day, every day. [5]

    There are mistakes of commission and mistakes of omission. Failure to provide intravenous vitamin C is, literally, a grave omission. Do not allow yourself or your loved ones to be deprived of a simple, easy to prepare and administer IV of vitamin C.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5707683/  Vitamin C and Immune Function Anitra C. Carr and Silvia Maggini Additional article information

    Abstract

    Vitamin C is an essential micronutrient for humans, with pleiotropic functions related to its ability to donate electrons. It is a potent antioxidant and a cofactor for a family of biosynthetic and gene regulatory enzymes. Vitamin C contributes to immune defense by supporting various cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system. Vitamin C supports epithelial barrier function against pathogens and promotes the oxidant scavenging activity of the skin, thereby potentially protecting against environmental oxidative stress. 

    Vitamin C accumulates in phagocytic cells, such as neutrophils, and can enhance chemotaxis, phagocytosis, generation of reactive oxygen species, and ultimately microbial killing. It is also needed for apoptosis and clearance of the spent neutrophils from sites of infection by macrophages, thereby decreasing necrosis/NETosis and potential tissue damage. The role of vitamin C in lymphocytes is less clear, but it has been shown to enhance differentiation and proliferation of B- and T-cells, likely due to its gene regulating effects. Vitamin C deficiency results in impaired immunity and higher susceptibility to infections. 

    In turn, infections significantly impact on vitamin C levels due to enhanced inflammation and metabolic requirements. Furthermore, supplementation with vitamin C appears to be able to both prevent and treat respiratory and systemic infections. Prophylactic prevention of infection requires dietary vitamin C intakes that provide at least adequate, if not saturating plasma levels (i.e., 100–200 mg/day), which optimize cell and tissue levels. In contrast, treatment of established infections requires significantly higher (gram) doses of the vitamin to compensate for the increased inflammatory response and metabolic demand.

    Keywords: ascorbate, ascorbic acid, immunity, immune system, neutrophil function, microbial killing, lymphocytes, infection, vitamin C

  • Bambi Forester says:

    Thank you 😊

  • Pamela Martinez says:

    Dr oz wht do we do if we already had a lung infection before this mess hit our area??

  • Knightfall182 says:

    So what are the long-term effects of Covid-19 for those who young with no pre-existing conditions? Will it affect your lungs in the longterm, like smoking would?

  • TheMonicagal says:

    Dr Oz show….enough if the scary music!

  • iseeflowers says:

    Will reinfection be worst or deadly than the first infection?

    • stackticz says:

      iseeflowers if you recover you cant get sick from the same strain of a virus or bacteria again. Only if the virus mutates whitch is extremely unlikely

  • Darryl Drax says:

    Text is too small to read

  • Louie Cypher says:

    So basically doc what you’re telling me is stay home and if my condition worsens I have to somehow get into my car and find a place where they test??? I don’t know how that’s possible with a high fever. I just quit smoking because of this but I fear it’s too late to quit.

  • Linda Lai says:

    Dr. Oz presenting himself as an expert on the corona virus….. what a joke

  • Cynthia Daughenbaugh says:

    None of these symptoms are even remotely like the ones described by coronovirus people from the cruise ships that were quarantined . They told everyone that they didn’t have any body aches nothing but difficulty in breathing and a high fever. So who the hell is telling the truth?

  • Arjai Dahlasdon says:

    I and a relative contracted the Coronavirus back in December 2019 right here in Ohio Cuyahoga county my whole house got sick and so did my relative’s family/ household … it’s been here in the USA … just ask those senators that pulled out the stock market on the buybacks… they knew it was here and waited to shtf to speak up … I we still have the messages we shared with each other we both were down for 2 weeks and a fews after to get back to normal normal… I swear I love our country but our country is full of crap

    • Shakiya says:

      Arjai Dahlasdon Wow I believe you I’m from Cuyahoga County also & me and a friend were saying the same thing, she had gotten sick and was down for 2 weeks than her daughter & son in law couldn’t even get out the bed for about 2-3 days and it took them about a week or 2 in order to get completely on their feet this happened in the beginning of January she said the same exact thing mention she think they had already had it

    • celia delgado says:

      Same in Illinois, my daughter got really sick my husband and also my sister in law everyone in her house my brother and my brother in law a lot people sad they never felt that way before

    • Arjai Dahlasdon says:

      celia delgado I’m telling you from the bottom of my heart and soul that that sickness that feeling wasn’t just the common cold or flu . That sickness literally created fear in my mind . I really thought and felt like I was going to die at times . I had my son natural no drugs . The pain I endured from this sickness I felt in my bones throughout my body compared to child birth I rather give birth again at least I got relieve in between contractions.

  • Arjai Dahlasdon says:

    The United States is lying about how long the Coronavirus been here … I truly believe me and my cousin contracted the Coronavirus virus back in December after a night out partying on a Saturday that Tuesday I had a sore throat , Wednesday a dry cough , fever and a headache to the point my eyes felt like they were going to pop out of my head my ribs felt like they were going to crack I had chills awakened clothes literally soaking wet temperature then 104 … and short of breath to the point I was crying but I didn’t go to the hospital due to the high co-pay I stayed hydrated , when I set upwards I could breath better than laying down … at moments I did honestly feel like I was going to die I did have some fear . And my body ache so badly literally could barely walk I missed only 2 days of work but for some reason something in my mind told me to wear a mask to work. Because we produce food . I got my whole house sick my sickness lasted 2 weeks from that Tuesday when I started to feel the symptoms before I actually felt kinda like myself … How I know they knew the virus was here those senators knew and pulled out the stock markets on buy backs because those people and selective others knew it was already here and just a matter of time before shtf… it’s been here smh ALSO MY COUSIN AND I STILL HAVE THE TEXT MESSAGES BETWEEN US TELLING EACH OTHER OUR SYMPTOMS THE DAY WE GOT SICK UNTIL WE RECOVERED AND TO THINK ABOUT HE STAYED SICK 3 TO 4 DAYS LONGER THAN I DID …. AND WE BOTH SAID WE FELT LIKE WE WERE DYING IN OUR TEXTS MESSAGES TO EACH OTHER … I HAVE FELT SICK BEFORE BUT NOTHING LIKE THAT SICKNESS HAVE I EVER ENCOUNTERED IN MY LIFE. We’re from Ohio Cuyahoga County to be exact.

    ALSO MY PARTNER WORKS AT A SENIOR HOME AND THINKING BACK 1/3 of HER PATIENTS DID END UP DYING OF “ Pneumonia “ and others got very ill as well as her co-workers whom she passed it to … eventually her boss sent her home after telling her she looks like death … we’re just now putting the pieces together 😢

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