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posted ago by QBURD ago by QBURD +530 / -0

My wife was feeling dizzy and fainted so we went to the ER. We get there and check in and as soon as my wife was done being questioned by the nurse they asked me if I was vaccinated. Once I told them I’m not (nor is my wife) they told me I wasn’t allowed to be there. Since my wife’s blood pressure was really low and she was nervous as it is, I kept calm reassured my wife that I’d be right outside and went to my car right out front where I am now.

I nearly fucking exploded on everyone in there… So much anger and hate is boiling up in me. This COVID fraud has done and is doing so much fucking damage to people. I’ve already lost one of my best friends to the vaccine (J&J heart attack, he was only 28).

Please pray for my family frens

**Thank you for all the well wishes and prayers, this community really is the best <3

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Sadness 110 points ago +110 / -0

Take her out of there, Now. Low blood pressure can be for a variety of reasons, including low blood sugar, not enough fluids or not enough salt. The media has been pushing the anti-salt agenda for many decades. The truth is that only 14% or so of the population is sensitive to salt, and for most people, salt is essential. People with chronically low blood pressure (like me) need regular salt and plenty of water during the day. Salty food will make you thirsty, so it works hand-in-hand. If there were no other symtoms, I suggest she has nothing wrong with her. Has she been eating and drinking enough recently?

BTW. I am not a doctor, but have had chronically low blood pressure since I was a teen. It is a genetic condition, inherited from a grandfather. He lived until he was 97, and was still riding a bicycle at that age. So, it is perfectly healthy, just annoying.

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Murkfall 47 points ago +47 / -0

this, OP get her out of there. Prayers sent.

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QBURD [S] 32 points ago +32 / -0

Thank you for the information!

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GDZeus 10 points ago +10 / -0

Sadness is right, I'd get her out of there if there is nothing seriously wrong with her. Look.. I get low sugar also if I don't eat regularly, it can make you feel weak and like you will faint, but as soon as you eat something you start to almost right away feel better. I suggest for her to eat something with protein (that's what my doc told me) don't drink or eat sugar stuff unless you follow up with some protein or you will come down hard again.

I also know about being dizzy/vertigo, I have vestibular migraines & Meniere's. Vertigo will go away in it's own time, it's a bitch when you are going through it though. Usually involves vomiting and staying as still as you can until it goes away and (for me anyways) it can last hours. Because of the Meniere's I have to watch my salt intake, but my specialist that I see said I don't have to go overboard of avoiding salt, just be aware not to have too much. But I changed my diet to cut out some things, eating healthier and I've lost weight in the process.

I hope your wife feels better and they don't need to keep her at the hospital. If she feels good enough you can always take her to your doctor.

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Notshirley78 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you used Himalayan salt would you feel better? It has over eighty trace elements and is altogether a different animal. Half a teaspoon a day.

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justicein2020 5 points ago +5 / -0

no. because 99% of those elements are completely useless at 'trace' levels.

humans are not that sensitive or fragile.

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PhDinNY 2 points ago +2 / -0

The iodine they add to commercial salt for human consumption is definitely a good thing. I don't think the sea salts have it (and the reason it is added to "regular" salt, because that salt is largely derived from ancient sea salt deposits).

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Notshirley78 2 points ago +2 / -0

In uk the iodine was removed years ago. I use Lugol's iodine ...three drops on skin whenever I think about it. If my skin absorbs it quickly I use it until it doesn't.

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stormymonday 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sadness is right, get her out of there.

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descrptivepsych 2 points ago +2 / -0

Fresh raw garlic, or fresh raw onions, or fresh raw hot peppers raises blood pressure. A small amount of any of those is usually adequate, although some people will need to eat substantial amounts.

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Whirlybot 4 points ago +4 / -0

Watching the MSM for 30 minutes raises mine.

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Archon69 25 points ago +25 / -0

If a pinch of raw salt in your palm tastes good, your body needs salt. When it starts to taste salty, you've had enough.

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N0rds 4 points ago +4 / -0

Bruh, I literally crave salt to the point I over salt my potatoes, meats, popcorn, I enjoy sprinkling pink salt in my hand and just eating it. It feels good to eat salt. But my bp has always been over 150 since I was 18. Never fat, and BP medications havent lowered it more than about 10. I am very tall and think it's just my genetics, but doc wants me to get it lowered so i don't have a stroke later in life. Wtf.

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Weero 4 points ago +4 / -0

The high BP has to be genetic. I'm from an ethnicity that in general has high BP because we mostly used to live as reindeer herders in the Scandinavian tundra (the Sámi people), and that BP was there to keep blood flowing even in freezing temps.

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N0rds 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hmmm, I am scandinavian but not indigenous or northern. My grandma had extremely low BP her while life, so I guess I got it from some other relative, but yeah even when I was like 10% bodyfat and highly active, my bp was still in the 150s, so I think its genetic and no amount of bp pills are changing it. And I love salt, so I'm glad they debunked the salt=high BP myth

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SevenThunders 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are actually Sami? Awesome. There was a rumor going around that some Sami oral tradition claimed they were from Bernard's star, which is a red dwarf, ie space aliens acclimated to a colder climate. Even better the claim went on to state that Sami have fewer teeth then the general population but that they can regrow theirs if they are lost.

My ancestory is Estonian in part. That's similar to the Finns I think.

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Weero 1 point ago +1 / -0

We Sámi do have certain genetic remnants from the early neolithic era, when my people migrated from the western side of the Ural mountains, and before that from the Caucasus (when we were all part of the Yamna culture, us europeans). The high cheekbones, and sharper premolars, that are so characteristic of nomadic meat eaters, still remain. It's a result of geographical isolation leading to a genetic bottleneck.

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okaygroomer 4 points ago +4 / -0

Vitamin K2

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Infidel440 23 points ago +23 / -0

This^^^himalayan pink is the only thing I keep in my grinder. Many trace minerals and nutrients in there.

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Rubieroo 9 points ago +9 / -0

Might want two salt shakers: iodine is necessary, so iodized SEA SALT is a good thing to use as well. We trade off to get both, and to catssix: if people deplete their sodium completely their heart stops. It's part of your "electrical system" ;-)

Leave it to the medical industry to once more recommend the exact opposite of truth.

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InmatesRunTheAsylum 4 points ago +4 / -0

That's because the sugar industry had a bigger lobby than the salt industry. I was just reading about this somewhere. The same thing held true when heart disease started running rampant and was attributed to red meat which is not true. It's the processed sugar that causes inflammation AND causes cholesterol to stick together to block arteries. Once again, lobbyists and big government working together to kill people.

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N0rds 2 points ago +2 / -0

Be careful of sea salt, as that product now has shitloads of microplastics in it (unless you get ancient sea salt that was mined from oceans that dried up millennia ago). I think pink salt is the safest, just take your daily multi and you should get the iodine you need. Maybe back in the 1920s people didnt get enough iodine, but today isnt really an issue for someone who eats a well rounded diet. (And not just fast food)

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Infidel440 2 points ago +2 / -0

I just add nascent iodine to my bottled water daily. Four drops in large Fiji water bottle. I add it and trace mineral drops in my pets water too.

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okaygroomer 1 point ago +1 / -0

How do you get iodine daily?

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Infidel440 1 point ago +1 / -0

I use four drops of nascent iodine in my large bottled water everyday. They say if you get enough iodine you’ll never have a thyroid issue and you can cure any preexisting thyroid issue.

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Rainspa 4 points ago +4 / -0

Malden salt, Fleur de sel sea salt. Oh my are they good. Eat out of hand or on food.

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CirclebackGinger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good to know! 👍🏻 I learn something new everyday about the crap in our lives that is poison

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Gitmo-or-Bust 5 points ago +5 / -0

Everything in moderation. Water can be poison in extreme quantities!

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SophiatheCopt 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pink Himalayan salt is nothing more than a con. It's not special or heals you and while it is better than table salt it's no different than sea salt. It also doesn't come from the Himalayas but Pakistan.

Personal I use sea salt since it is a higher quality than table salt and I never buy preground salt I have a pepper mill that I use for my salt.

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SophiatheCopt 1 point ago +1 / -0

The mind is a powerful thing and what you are experiencing would be called a placebo effect.

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SophiatheCopt 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not sure why you are being so angry, maybe I struck a nerve with you 🤷‍♀️ keep paying for "Himalayan" pink salt that doesn't even come from the Himalayas but from Pakistan if it helps your mind believe it's working. That's your money your wasting, just trying to save you some money when sea salt is the same thing but your not paying for that fancy name.

Also I see you are new here this isn't reddit or wherever you wandered in from so there is no need for that kind of language towards another. Kindness goes a long way. God bless you.

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okaygroomer 1 point ago +1 / -0

How is table salt poison?

It's the only source of iodine for most people.

Not getting iodine IS poison.

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Weero 1 point ago +1 / -0

I only get table salt with iodine in it, have for several years now.

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EnemiesDestroyed 14 points ago +14 / -0

White salt is bad for you. It’s stripped of its nutrients, just like white rice. It contains only Sodium, when we need the whole balance.

We need sea salt. It contains all our essential electrolytes such as Magnesium, Potassium, Calcium, Sodium and trace minerals. Look for Boron, Iodine, Zinc, Selenium.

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Cpleb 4 points ago +4 / -0

dare i say......wheres the apple sauce?

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IvanMectin 3 points ago +3 / -0

you can bread them and deep fry them like french fries.

I read that as 'breed them and deep fry them' initially, and I thought, wow, this guy is serious!

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Cpleb 1 point ago +1 / -0

What do you think about vitamin pills vs intake vs natural sources?

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fsoawesome 4 points ago +4 / -0

borax has less toxicity level than table salt.

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N0rds 1 point ago +1 / -0

I tried that for a bit and it tasted like shit and since it's sort of a soap I think gave me the shits, so I decided to just buy boron supplements, as it's more pure than the dirty boron dirt they mine and simply throw in a box that isnt sanitary like supps are...

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N0rds 2 points ago +2 / -0

Its never been "jeeps the dentist away", it's to keep the doctor away. Also, most farmland has been co completely stripped of boron and I dont think the powers that be allow boron fertilizer any more, making the problem worse. Borax company was banned from marketing their boron for health or food, and they can only sell it as a cleaning product now days, so you will provably want to buy boron supplement, as most foods no longer contain that necessary element.

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PaulRevere01 2 points ago +2 / -0

Only of its organic Boron is a dangerous poison when sprayed with chemicals,

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EnemiesDestroyed 1 point ago +1 / -0

Precisely! Those old sayings contain a lot of wisdom, but somehow they became just a string of words to a bunch of people. Time for us all, together, to wake up!

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Lyonessrising 1 point ago +1 / -0

Iodized salt. Never just salt The water cure is supposedly good for much sea salt n your weight in oz's divided into 8 oz glasses. It's easier to put salt on tongue n drink water than mix water n salt.

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fsoawesome 9 points ago +9 / -0

I have had good doctors tell me that the salt narrative is mostly false and that our bodies need it in order to heal wounds and for all manner of other purposes. Natural salt concoctions are better, but salt is not the evil thing that they want you to believe.

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Sadness 6 points ago +6 / -0

Symtoms of salt deficiency can be acid reflux, low blood pressure, depression and overall tiredness, and an inability to digest protein/meat. Common ailments that people consequently go to the doctor for and get prescriptions for.

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nadlersskidmark 4 points ago +4 / -0

My elderly mother has all those symptoms and yet REFUSES to listen to me that her salt is low! She eats a low sodium diet because her legs swell with "water retention" and her shitty doctor tells her she needs to lower her sodium. Her food is bland as fuck and she takes "water pills". She's a pain in my ass, won't listen to anything I tell her. Found out she's drinking soda with high fructose corn syrup and eating canned peaches and other foods with that shit, and when I tell her how bad it is for her she says "I don't care". Fine, go ahead and kill yourself. I'm sick of wasting my breath on her stubborn ass who went and got the Vax because "all her friends at Bingo got it and they are fine." FML.

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Sadness 1 point ago +1 / -0

You can't teach an old dog new tricks. Low-salt diet killed my great aunt. She was otherwise a happy woman, with nine children and many grand-children. Everyone bullied her when she snuck salt on her plate before the meal.

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lash 4 points ago +4 / -0

Himalayan salt (pink salt) is the best and the only thing people should use.

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Christian_Patriots 3 points ago +3 / -0

Himalayan Pink Salt, and I buy it in big (25 lb?) bags from the San Francisco Salt Company. I get the powder (finest ground), but you can get it all the way up to very coarse crystals. It just tastes like salt to me!

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lash 1 point ago +1 / -0

Don't know any american brands as I dont live there, but found this with a quick search, maybe that can point you in the right direction. :)

https://graffiatodc.com/best-pink-himalayan-salt/

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LastConservativeInCA 1 point ago +1 / -0

I personally haven't tried it yet but was looking into ordering some. Mined in Utah.

https://redmond.life/pages/realsalt

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N0rds 1 point ago +1 / -0

Go get some, every single food store in america has at least one variety of Himalayan salt. The pink color is from all the trace minerals and elements found in it. It doesnt have microplastics like sea salt now is filled with, and had tons of minerals that are good for you.

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RustyShacklefordsMom 2 points ago +2 / -0

You are totally correct about the salt! I used to get really low blood pressure and my dr told me to eat more salt and she would run more tests if that didn’t fix it— it totally fixed it. Now I do intermittent fasting and drink tons of salty water during my fasting period and haven’t suffered low blood pressure in a long time.

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probablyacoincidence 28 points ago +28 / -0

Get her out. Dont let them start the covid protocols. Almost certainly a death sentence if they get her on a ventilator

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Young_Patriot 27 points ago +27 / -0

Get her out. They want to make examples of the unvaccinated.

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MAGAsoyboyslayer 14 points ago +14 / -0

Ya id rather go to an 24/7 er clinic. Fuck hospitals.

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amarQ144 25 points ago +25 / -0

Don't go for the BS. You are her legal advocate and have every right to be present as a witness to everything. NEVER leave anyone you care about alone in a hospital . They are not to be trusted.

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IvanMectin 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm in CA and my g/f had an emergency last month. Took her to ER. She was allowed in regardless of her vaccination status, but I was only allowed in as her 'partner' or 'advocate' after I provided proof of vaccination. There were two beefy guards at the entrance to ER.

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Cpleb 4 points ago +4 / -0

is that an actual term that they will back off from?

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amarQ144 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's not on the patient bill of rights, so...no.

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Pacrosby 18 points ago +18 / -0

This blows my mind. My son was in Boston Children's about 10 days ago for a cardiac procedure. Not a single person even asked if I, or even he for that matter, was vaccinated. Not at check-in, none of the nurses, none of the doctors, not even his cardiologist. I was ready for a fight after reading so many peopke's recent hospital experiences. But nothng. Even in wacky Massachusetts

I'm so sorry that happened to you. I'd be making a huge scene. It wouldn't be pretty

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QBURD [S] 18 points ago +18 / -0

I live in NY, the state is basically one step away from Australia

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smiley-dog 2 points ago +2 / -0

yep

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Pqbqcq 17 points ago +17 / -0

Oh boy...Major prayers for you. I would go back in to be with your wife...you are her power of Healthcare I'm sure. Advocate for your wife. Be kind quiet and do not waver...imho.

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Callmejuls 13 points ago +13 / -0

Lord Jesus, Please protect this man and his wife. Please your healing hand upon them and help them stand against tyranny and come out stronger. In Jesus Almighty name, Amen

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Gitmo-or-Bust 13 points ago +13 / -0

(1). Remove the family and loved ones

(2). Remdesivir

(3). Ventilator

(4). $39,000 check

I’d rather die at home with my family and friends around me than live another day in this dystopian nightmare.

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c0n6n 3 points ago +3 / -0

I wonder if they're still using the ICD 10 code for "virus not identified" and basically assuming someone has covid? It's all about safety and wellbeing folks!

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MODan 12 points ago +12 / -0

I would not leave her side! You are her health advocate while she is not 100%. Call a lawyer.

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flame_whip 3 points ago +3 / -0

Lawyers aren't your friends either, just as much—perhaps more so—than doctors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxkVa0FOwxY

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GoingCamaro 11 points ago +11 / -0

Find care at a another facility and sue the hospital. That was a blatant violation of your rights as well as your wife's rights. There is no law that vaccines are required in hospitals.

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Shoeshopper 11 points ago +11 / -0

So sorry for you and your wife. Will say a prayer for both of you. You are not alone although I bet you feel that way. Stay strong because we will all survive and get to the other side of this.

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Precocious13 10 points ago +10 / -0

Medical people are not to be trusted anymore, and that's truly sad for those that actually care and aren't murderous automatons that are just following orders. Either way your lady wife is just that, your wife, if she's not Vaccinated and she's in there, there's no logic in tossing you out, I just hope she's the type to not be a pushover if they start gaslighting her on that "vaccine" I think by now it's so controversial that they'll probably avoid it. I hope that the problem is simple and easily taken care of, best of luck to you both, make sure you got over all of her paperwork with a fine tooth comb on discharge, after all, they can't be trusted anymore.

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redlotus69 9 points ago +9 / -0

Sorry fren. I will pray for you and your wife

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LouisBeach 9 points ago +9 / -0

Prayers Up 🙏🙏

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FondueFerret 9 points ago +9 / -0

You did a great thing for your wife, keeping your calm. Take a deep breath. Keeping you in my thoughts.

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CarrieDodson17 8 points ago +8 / -0

Please don't let them give her Remdesevere based on "presumed COVID." Remdesevere is known to cause multiple organ failure.

They start with Remdesevere. Your loved one immediately takes a turn for the worse and it's all down hill from there.

People need to put it in writing so and have a loved on there insisting on advocating for them: no Remdesevere. No Ventilator.

If she does end up having COVID use the FLCCC hospital protocol. They won't give her Ivermectin so don't even bother asking for it but if you can get it to her to self administer or put it in some food for her that you deliver to her, do that. Focus with the doctors on the drugs in the protocol that they should be willing to give when the time is appropriate: Methylprednisolone (instead of their default Dexamethasone) and High Dose Vitamins according to the protocol. Covid19criticalcare.com/protocols

Doctors update these protocols regularly so you should check back every few days to ensure there haven't been any improvements made or drugs added to the protocol based on new scientific data released.

Hopefully it was just a fluke thing for her and she comes right home but be prepared for them to try to treat her as though it is COVID.

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Jackjet10 8 points ago +11 / -3

I guess I’m just a weirdo— my dad was a MD who practiced and taught specialized medicine at a state Med School- awarded a Chair after his death- renown in his speciality— I worked in medicine as hematology/serology/immunology tech so I actually have a medical background— I HAVE NEVER GONE TO AN EMERGENCY ROOM HOSPITAL IN MY LIFE- what the hell - my kids got sick / I got sick / my damn dogs get sick — we also get well and have antibodies against what made us sick so I have to ask — unless you’re a glowie— why in hell would you go to the ER unless someone is on deaths door ?

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QBURD [S] 19 points ago +19 / -0

Idk I guess cause I saw someone I love having an episode, panicking, and me not knowing what to do. There’s still doctors out there who want to help people and me being good natured I suppose I want to believe that. Also I don’t have a huge background in medicine such as yourself.

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Boobery 6 points ago +6 / -0

Which is a reason not to panic yourself. She is depending on you to keep her calm. Not everything is an ER situation. But I completely understand when you see a loved one in bad shape.. but when they panic they sometimes cannot see through the fog and it really is not an er situation once they calm down and start thinking clearly. If all vitals check then it may not be as bad as we think.

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Bungleweed 10 points ago +10 / -0

I’ve taken my kids for stitches when they’ve fallen out of bed but my friends think it’s weird I don’t take them for high fevers (obviously not TOO high) but honestly what is an ER gonna do for a fever with no dehydration or localized pain? Tylonal? Ice packs? I can do that at home.

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anonforeverandever 2 points ago +2 / -0

i went in for a fever that didn't leave but got worse after a week, it was 105 when i finally went in, and the psychological effects of it were making me depressed/ weepy, and unable to sleep a wink. anyways turned out i had bacterial pneumonia, they gave me z pack, rocephin shot in my arm, and some other stuff. it saved my life for sure cause i didn't even know i had pnemonia.

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Bungleweed 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah, it depends on the length of the fever or how high it is. Like once, I had bacterial pneumonia and it hit hard and fast. I went from feeling poorly to a 105.7 fever in less than a day and my mom had to call for an ambulance Bc there was too much snow.

My youngest had a 104.7 the last high fever he had. That’s the one where everyone freaked out I didn’t take him to the ER. It spiked up pretty fast, he wasn’t having febrile seizures or anything like that. No other symptoms at all at that point actually. I gave him some meds and used cool wet rags on him and got it down 3 degrees in less than an hour, then it kept going down. I did have to take them both to the dr like a week later Bc they were still running fevers. They had an “unspecified respiratory virus that we’ve seen going around”. Jan 2020.

But I’ve also been in the ER, waiting to be seen, only to watch as they take a kid to triage, give them tylonal, and then have them wait to see if it comes down in the waiting room. If it does they recommend them to go to the pediatricians office the next day. You hear the moms bitching about it in the waiting room.

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rooftoptendie 8 points ago +8 / -0

stitches

broken bone

eleven pain

dropped a piano on your foot

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anonforeverandever 3 points ago +3 / -0

don't forget unrelenting and steadily rising fever.

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rooftoptendie 4 points ago +4 / -0

what if you get a kidney stone lodged somewhere or something too. That can't feel good. Or appendicitis.

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IvanMectin 6 points ago +6 / -0

My g/f had severe stomach/abdominal pain and I took her to an 'urgent care' facility, and they immediately sent me to the ER. We arrived at 6pm, and by midnight they removed her appendix. It was already leaking which led to complications. Home the next day. Had we delayed, it could have been really serious. So not sure what you mean by 'death's door' ...

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Analophigus -1 points ago +1 / -2

Thats deaths door, next question —

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N0rds 3 points ago +3 / -0

But people dont usually know it's their appendix causing the stomach cramps... people who have appendix issues have no clue they "are on deaths door", it's just a bad stomach ache to them.

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Analophigus 0 points ago +1 / -1

Abdominal pain for long periods of time is concerning enough to go to the hospital for the appendix rupture possibility. You shouldn’t die in 24 hours of having it rupture so if you are in pain for like 10 hours and you haven’t pooped the pain away then yes I think its a pretty obvious sign to go to the hospital. I have a background in healthcare. A stomach ache is not concerning, a long lasting not letting up ache is. Similar to a heart attack “chest pain” except you may have very little time to fix one of those. Appendix will kill you from sepsis which takes time to fester.

My original comment was made as a general reference to literally avoiding the hospital at all costs unless you will die without their treatment. Everyone knows of someone who needed an appendix out or open heart surgery - those cases are so rare and you must avoid the hospitals at this time of you can because they ARE and HAVE BEEN killing people with malpractice for many years. Not saying everybody in the hospitals has an agenda or loves to murder — simply saying the textbooks they follow and their own media influenced guidance is corrupted.

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irdc 4 points ago +4 / -0

My bf was pouring concrete and a form fell on his head so he went to the ER for stitches.

You sound pretentious.

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Boobery 8 points ago +8 / -0

I had to take a loved one to ER a couple of months back. They asked me if I was vaxed and I told them that was my PHI (private health info) and they told me I had to wait outside. I went outside and as soon was able to communicate with loved one who came to the door. I was always in eye shot of my loved one in the waiting room. I went inside and asked to use the RR and I stayed in there a while. When I cam out I just went and sat with my loved one after they finished the paperwork and vital testing. No one said a word. I was able to stay. When they finally got an ER room I went inside there too. They tried to stop me but I said I had already been in there with them that we just got back from a test. Not a word, we just kept walking in. We ended up staying in the ER room all night. A few nurses asked if we were vaxed but I did not answer. So...I think our loved ones should never be left alone in the hospital for any reason. We are each others stewards and God knows this so..we are never alone. It worked out for us and I hope it works out for you. If not go somewhere else. If you are afraid 'pray' with all your might. I too will pray for you. Take control of your life and your loved ones now. God bless you both!

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WeAreNotForgotten 7 points ago +7 / -0

Sending prayers your way

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MAG768720 7 points ago +7 / -0

I just thought of a work around for these situations.

You have your wife give you a Power of Attorney that relates to medical decisions, and goes into effect anytime she is in a hospital or clinic, and you can do the same for her.

Takes trust in each other and in each other's decisions.

I read about this several years ago. That was in the context of the husband having Power of Attorney for his wife (not mutual).

The Power of Attorney means that YOU make ALL legal decisions regarding medical treatments, and SHE makes NONE. The hospital cannot turn you away because she doesn't have any legal authority to sign anything, agree to anything, etc.

Worth a shot for some people.

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simon 3 points ago +3 / -0

A lot of peoples' spouses, who they thought were smarter than this, have been cucking out and pushig their spouse to get the vax. If you sign over power of attorney to someone like that, you risk being completely screwed the next time they catch a glimpse of "The View" or see a CNN spot playing at a local restaurtant.

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QBURD [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Me and her absolutely have 100% trust in each other. This is definitely something we’ll look into. Excellent suggestion!

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MAG768720 1 point ago +1 / -0

Forgot to mention -- make sure it is a limited power of attorney. You/she can put into it any limitations you want (never a ventaliator, whatever). Also, it should be limited to medical decisions, not all decisions. So, you would want a Limited Power of Attorney, and not a General Power of Attorney. Personally, I think I would call it a "Limited Power of Attorney for Medical Decisions." I don't think there is an official title you have to use.

Also, it can be revoked by the person who signed it, but that person cannot be legally compelled to revoke it. So in a way, the person still has control, as long as they have their mental faculties together, but legally they do not have control so they cannot legally agree to anything.

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gottawinwinwin 5 points ago +5 / -0

You need to go back in there and demand the PPE you need to constitutionally tend to your wife. If it worked for millions of nurses for two years (PPE) it can work for you. Also, go no in there with printed out information FROM THE CDC STATING THAT VACCINES DONT PREVENT TRANSFER AND THAT YOU WANT EVERYONE INCLUDING PATIENTS TO BE VACCINATED BEGORE YOU'LL RELEASE YOUR WIFE TO THE HOSPITAL or SUE.

FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT.

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patriotic_legend 5 points ago +5 / -0

If they wont let you in make sure they contact you about any decision that is to be made.

insanity, the vax doesnt stop them from getting and spreading it, keeping you out has zero to do with health care.

The medical community has lost all credibility.

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Rotor 5 points ago +5 / -0

You should have said yes. If questioned later, say “oh, I thought you meant measles”.

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IvanMectin 1 point ago +1 / -0

In CA, they required proof, and they had two beefy guards at the entrance.

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JackieDaytona74 5 points ago +5 / -0

Your wife is going to be just fine, brother. We are all praying for her and she's going to recover.

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irdc 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hippocratic oath:

I will apply dietetic measures for the benefit of the sick according to my ability and judgment; I will keep them from harm and injustice.

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HE4RTLAND 4 points ago +4 / -0

In the sent box

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Jfredpillforever 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don’t leave her alone with these people! Stay with her or get her out! No way,

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Responsible1 4 points ago +4 / -0

“I’ll be back!”

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AlaskaMAGA 4 points ago +4 / -0

prayers to you.

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JulesW 4 points ago +4 / -0

Don’t remove her, but ask the right questions. They will try to run a covid test on her and if she said she is unvaxxed it will be at a PCR threshold >40 which will increase chances of a false positive.

The problem with low BP is it could be many things. Gram negative sepsis being one potential which taking her home would not be good.

Hopefully they keep u updated and it won’t be a big deal. Just watch the pricks closely if they say “it’s covid” and whisk her off to an isolation room never to be seen again.

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QBURD [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

We talked about that, if they try that bullshit she’s going to demand she wants to leave

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SoMuchWinning45 4 points ago +4 / -0

Why are any hospital admins still breathing?

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Nolagirl99 3 points ago +3 / -0

Keep us posted! Now I’m worried and am going to have trouble sleeping. No one is in your shoes, so you did what you thought was right. Just stay in contact and don’t let them give her anything! Praying

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Gato925 3 points ago +3 / -0

They did the same to me for a routine day surgery on my fiancé. Told me I had to leave. So, I really just felt the need to go to the bathroom until they called me and said my fiancé was done and I could come back. I just told them, I never left! As I hung up my phone walking in! Hey, when you gotta go, nature calls, whatever you call it

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MarkusCincinnatus 3 points ago +3 / -0

Do what Miep Gies did, and lie

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Anon8675309 3 points ago +3 / -0

I would get her out of there...her magnesium may be low...is she anemic? There's so many things it could be, I had an episode like that once and I found out I was anemic. Get her good vitamins, orange juice to see if it makes a difference, whatever you can. Schedule a doc appointment if you must. But Fuck hospitals.

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iideathyii 3 points ago +3 / -0

get her the fuck out

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catchtwenty2 3 points ago +3 / -0

I feel you. Watch this video carefully and keep your head on a swivel. They do not have your wife’s best interests at heart. https://rumble.com/vktdpt-our-first-hand-icu-story-what-is-actually-killing-people-in-the-hospital.html

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TooDumbToGetID 2 points ago +2 / -0

Always say you are.

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QBURD [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Unfortunately they were requiring proof

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raubie29 2 points ago +2 / -0

Prayers sent

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NOTWOKE 2 points ago +2 / -0

Focus it into the right direction. No negative effects to yourself or family. Ive decided to answer yes to this question anytime I deal with medical. I'll suffer whatever consequence they try and impose. Let them call me a liar.

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InmatesRunTheAsylum 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hoping your wife is well. Put off going to the ER myself and instead went to my pcp who sent me to the hospital for xrays. Waiting for the results. COVID has exposed what a complete mess our medical system is.

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DesertBrat 2 points ago +2 / -0

🙏 for you and your wife and the medical staff that is treating her. Hopefully they'll focus on the task at hand and identify the cause. Please give us an update letting us know that she's ok.

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EnemiesDestroyed 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thank you for sharing. I hope you listen to the comments in here and refuse any Remdesevir + Vent protocols. The combo gives organ failure.

Also do not accept any flu shots. Rats have been covaxing unsuspecting volunteers.

With you loudly supporting her, she will be okay.

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PhantomStranger 2 points ago +2 / -0

Get her out of there and kick their pathetic asses. God be with you.

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Lyonessrising 2 points ago +2 / -0

Prayers for you both. But please get her out of er. Dont go to hospitals unless you lose a limb.

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MAGA_Patriot_1776 2 points ago +2 / -0

Praying for you and your wife. 🙏

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DLangley 2 points ago +2 / -0

I used to pass out all the time when I was younger. Found out I had low blood pressure. I'm 59 now....I always make sure I put sea salt in my diet and drink lots of fluids. Haven't passed out in years.

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Cyberhawk 2 points ago +2 / -0

Are there any updates? It’s been about 3 hours. I just hope y’all can get out of that hospital, ASAP.

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QBURD [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

She’s still in there, but her spirits are good. EKG showed irregularities so she had blood work and an X-ray

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SevenThunders 1 point ago +1 / -0

What state are you in? Are you in a heavily commie infested area?

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QBURD [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

We live in NY, just about the commiest of the commies (besides CA)

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SevenThunders 1 point ago +1 / -0

I feel your pain brother. Try another hospital, maybe further upstate or in New Jersey or Pennsylvania? Are you retired? Maybe see a doctor in a clinic.

Or better yet, pretend she's a homeless illegal immigrant. You'd probably get immediate service. I am praying for you.

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QBURD [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not retired, but all of those are great suggestions. Luckily they’ve backed off any COVID type testing with her and admitted her for brain scans. She told me any talk of COVID BS in the hospital she’ll demand to be discharged.