America’s Frontline Doctors | January 5, 2022
SELF-HELP without a Doctor
- Zinc 50 mg daily (can take half twice daily if upset stomach)
- Quercetin 500 mg twice a day three times a day if sick (switch to HCQ/IVM if available)
- Vitamin D 40,000-50,000 for five days
- Melatonin 5 mg – 20 mg nightly for 14 days)
- Pepcid 40-80mg daily 14 days – women or Cimetidine 400mg daily -men
- Full Aspirin (325 mg) daily one month
- N acetyl cysteine (NAC) Up to 2000-2400 mg 1-2 days, then 1000-1200 mg for a week
Treatment: Latest Prescriptions
- Monoclonal Antibodies: outpatient, FDA approved, early treatment, within 10 days Only
- HCQ 200 mg twice a day 7 days or IVM (weight based 0.4/kg) 20-36 mg daily 2-5 days
- Fenofibrate (Tricor – anti-lipid) 145 mg daily (inflammatory/cytokine phase. Antioxidant)
- Cyproheptadine (Periactin – antihistamine) 4 mg BID for 14 days (cytokine phase)
- Decadron 6-10 once or twice a day one week or prednisone 80 mg. daily two days then taper or Colchicine 0.6 mg twice a day
- Fluvoxamine 50 mg QHS, then 100 mg BID two days then 100 mg. TID for 12 days. Optional continue for one more week
- Budesonide – if coughing 7 days
+/- Singulair 10 daily 14 days
+/- Z pack
Diet matters!! Must keep glucose (sugar) low-normal when you have COVID.
This is very important for every COVID patient but especially if you are taking prescription steroid (Decadron or prednisone)
- No/very low carbs
- Bone broth and water
- No sugary drinks, cereals
Vaccine Injured: Latest Prescriptions to Consider (trial 1-2 months)
- IVM (weight based 0.2-0.4/kg) 10-36 mg daily eight weeks
- Prednisone 60 mg daily four days then taper by ten mg. every ~four days or so
- Cyproheptadine (Periactin – antihistamine) 4 mg twice daily one month especially with neuro symptoms (bad headache)
- Fluvoxamine 25 mg. twice a day (perhaps stops cytokine cyproheptadine seems better)
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin C
- Maraviroc (HIV med, expensive)
MOA of Fenofibrate:
Blocks nrlp3 inflammasomes. Nrf2 modulating antioxidant defense increases Beta hydroxybutyrate. Significantly affected cell cycle progression and pathways involved in cancer, including the mTOR signaling pathway and insulin signaling pathway. Destabilizes the viral receptor binding domain clears lung alveolar fatty debris induced by the viral inflammatory process.
How To Obtain Early Treatment
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As Big Government, Big Tech, and Big Media cannot conceive of a world wherein people actually act ethically and honorably in order to help others, we are informing you again that Dr. Gold only works with ethical and patriotic organizations who share her mission.
As we share the same mission, we are explicitly informing you in BIG LETTERS THAT EVEN BUREAUCRATS IN THE GOVERNMENT CAN READ that the third-party telemedicine company will continue to donate to AFLDS. Donations to the nonprofit support the work of America’s Frontline Doctors. Should this not be agreeable to you, please do not use this site.
Yes, this is what the world has come to.
In addition, we ask a favor of you.
We are requesting that you fill out the attached form stating how AFLDS has helped you and how your own doctor and/or pharmacy chain did not. You can also tell us how angry you are at your government for denying you or your loved ones’ early treatment. Tell us if your loved one has been hurt or injured or died due to lack of early treatment. We will never use your name but we may use your story.
In this way AFLDS will defend your ability to access early treatment. Thank you very much.
Click on the contact a physician button below. Fill out the form and pay $90. The physician will call you typically within 2-7 days (not counting weekends). Please keep your phone with you. After your telemed appointment, the pharmacy will contact you for your payment information and mailing address to send the prescription to you. If you have questions for the pharmacy, please use the pharmacy contact information which was provided to you in an email or text confirming that your prescription was sent to the pharmacy and they will be able to help you.
Due to the extraordinarily high demand for AFLDS telemedicine services and medications, the pharmacy has been unable to meet demand as quickly as it would like. They are addressing this issue and it will be improved, however in the meantime please note the following.
- First – patients with symptoms will be prioritized. If you do not have symptoms, please do not say you do – you have time to receive your meds and you will still receive them relatively quickly. We are asking everyone to act honorably knowing they will be able to get what they need.
- Second – typically the physician is able to see you the same day or the next day, and the pharmacy typically sees you within 24 hours of that. Please be patient as it now may take up to 2-7 days.
- Third – as a reminder – our physician services are available for payment only because we still have a free market which is allowing you to buy something you want for a fair price. We have received thousands of emails from non-Americans who would pay exorbitant fees to stand where you freely stand: the ability to purchase something useful. So we do not answer any emails from people asking us about this service being covered by insurance. We are outside the insurance system specifically because the insurance system is blocking you from obtaining what you need for your good health.
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), Ivermectin, and other COVID-19 medications can be obtained by prescription in the USA in almost every state. AFLDS-trained and licensed physicians are available via telemedicine for a short consultation. Our physicians know that Zinc plus either HCQ and ivermectin are effective both prophylactically and when used early. The telemedicine physician will review your history. Almost all patients can safely take these medications. However it is up each physician, in consultation with the patient, to determine the best course of action.