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Confusing Times

by | Nov 15, 2021 | COVID-19 | 5 comments

We are living in unprecedented times.
Especially for older folks, who just can’t wrap their heads around the rapid fire changes we’ve started to see in culture and medical practice.
In the midst of the Delta wave, an elderly couple called my office and set up an appointment.
They had both been diagnosed with COVID-19 infections by a local Urgent Care doc in their small town.
They weren’t too sick, it felt like a run of the mill early flu to them, but they were very frightened by having COVID-19.
In any other year they would have gotten some reassurance and prescriptions.
Often Urgent care docs might prescribe a Z-pak (even though they knew it wasn’t recommended for viral infections), and to help with chest congestion and wheezing a steroid inhaler, albuterol or mucomyst.
For the cough maybe tessalon perles or prescription cough syrup, for nasal congestion maybe some prescription strength flonase.
They were expecting all that and maybe more, maybe some of the hydroxychloroquine they had heard so much about.
The doctor told them there was nothing he could do for them. They would have to go home and wait.
If things went south they would need to go to the hospital.
On the way out the door he handed them a card with a hand written number scrawled on the back and told them, call this number, they can help you.
The couple explained this to me and asked me if I worked for the Urgent Care.
I said no, I didn’t even know the doctor who had referred them, but many doctors around the country who worked for large corporate practices had been told in no uncertain terms that they could not prescribe anything specifically for COVID-19, and it seemed in some cases not even the usual meds often prescribed for symptoms.
The couple got the medication they needed, but could not believe that the doctor in the Urgent Care had been forced by policy not to prescribe something he believed would work and instead send them to someone online who he did not even know in order to get the meds he believed they actually needed.
This conversation has played out many times during this pandemic.
These situations have delayed care and threatened patients’ lives.
Physician autonomy has been stripped away by top down medical mandates. And patients are suffering because of it.

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ann
ann
10 months ago

Thank you, Dr. Haider! You were a literal lifesaver for our family. You are a true hero. May you continue to courageously spread your message!

K C
K C
10 months ago

The changes certainly are rapid fire, but more than the speed is the realization of how deep these changes go. As de Tocqueville said, America is great because America is good…

Our laws, based on the Judeo Christian foundation, call for people to be “good”, and while goodness does not qualify one as a Christian, it is the prescription for Christian behavior. So our society, in large measure, defined GOOD as based upon the Golden Rule, the ultimate standard of measurement. It also recognized and eschewed Evil.

THAT is what is so hard for people to understand: the practice of EVIL accepted and practiced by large factions involved in the Covid issue; even to the point where a doctor, a man whose profession is to save and benefit life and health, is restrained from the oath he took to do so…by EVIL.

It is this government sanctioned, globalist and mega-corporation driven EVIL that is the bitter pill people who practiced goodness have trouble in swallowing. And the end of de Tocqueville’s quote?
…and should America cease to be Good, America will cease to be Great.

Patrick
Patrick
10 months ago

That was me in the beginning as well. Urgent care Doc with no idea what to do. Testing was poor if available at all. I avoided mainstream medicine because i watched it suck the money and life out of too many people.
Thank God for Doctors like Syed Haider and the FLCCC team. I am on my way to having my life back!

Sheila
Sheila
10 months ago

Thank you, Dr. Saied and all the drs. who stand up to medical tyranny. You are heroes ! Dr. Mercola opened my eyes year s ago; we are irresponsible for our own health. I am sad that I can not discuss covid with my family doctor of 30 years without getting a lecture about the vaccine. Looking at her records, she commented that I hadn’t received the flu shot in several years. I replied, “That’s right, and I also haven’t had the flu.”
My husband and I, healthy, active, young, 70 yr. olds, practice your prevention protocols, and when/if we we do succumb to the flu or covid, we will begin your ivermectin protocol immediately. We do not fear covid and feel confiden t, being equipped with your recommended medications. It is comforting knowing that you are available for consultation if needed.
Sad times when we are in alignment with an on-line dr. across the country rather than the personal family physician of 30 years who is in the neighborhood. ,
Thank you for being there and speaking up!

Hiram
Hiram
10 months ago

My mother in law is now Covid positive and starting to have the more severe symptoms. She’s in late 60’s and diabetic. I forwarded them the I-MASK+ Prevention Protocol and MATH+ Hospital Treatment Protocol. They live in Fresno, CA. Can you help?

Thank you for your posts and everything you share. Is the Twitter suspension temporary?

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