I just wish "the facts" we're being given these days were all crystal-clear, unwavering, and fully accepted as genuine facts by the medical community as a whole. Instead, we're having to make our decisions based on the 'preponderance of evidence' as outlined by this-or-that particular 'medical camp'...without knowing whether or not their view is the one that's truly accurate.See…that’s how it should be done, take the opinion of a health Professional, use common sense, make a fully informed decision based on facts. Top man, good choice.
The HUMAN "horse wormer" is NOT the same as the animal version.I personally know people who would rather rely on horse wormer than get a vaccination. You cant make sense of it because there is NO sense to it.
Larry these folks that I know were using the animal version and knocking the dose down with some formula they got on facebook. One friend started doing it last winter.The HUMAN "horse wormer" is NOT the same as the animal version.
Animal ivermectin products are VERY DIFFERENT (caps 'mine) from those approved for humans"..."For humans, ivermectin tablets are approved at very specific doses to treat some parasitic worms, and there are topical (on the skin) formulations for head lice and skin conditions like rosacea"..."The FDA has not authorized or approved ivermectin for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19 in people or animals" (- CDC)
Regardless, in the real world, no matter what the CDC's stance is on it, DOCTORS have reportedly seen good results with ivermectin...so, evidently the C-19 bug really does not like the stuff.
Google it & you'll get both Yea and Nay...so...
Are you talking about specific masks or all masks in general, and what personnel evidence / experience /proof do you base your statement on?The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in updated COVID-19 guidelines this week that some immunocompromised people may need a fourth dose of the vaccine.www.foxnews.com
wearing masks (that demonstrably don't work, BTW)
Which vaccine had you originally taken and how many months had it been since you had originally taken it?I had the booster 2 weeks ago. At that time when tested I had a negative report for antibodies. My latest test a week ago showed up positive for antibodies so all good again.