My Experience: FLCCC Treatment and Prevention Protocols

by | Nov 10, 2021 | COVID-19 | 9 comments

Out of 4000+ acute COVID-19 patients I had 5 hospitalized, none died, 4000+ recovered. 5 pharmacists threatened to report me to the medical boards and my staff had to transfer hundreds of prescriptions to secondary pharmacies due to outright pharmacist refusals.
I was subjected to 1 frivolous medical board complaint. I had to retain a lawyer to help with that and thankfully the board dropped it, but not before it had wasted a lot of precious time that could have been spent on patient care.

Early Days

When I first started using ivermectin for acute COVID patients in early 2021 I saw one elderly lady who did not get better out of the first 20 patients I treated. She was hospitalized, but did eventually improve.

After those first twenty patients Steve Kirsch told me about Fluvoxamine, showed me the data and I was convinced that it needed to be added to the protocol (and recently the phase 3 trial confirmed that decision showing a 91% reduction in death for per protocol patients).

In the next 1000 patients there was only 1 hospitalization. Approximately the same rate held from there on out.

An Ounce of Prevention

As for prevention I have prescribed it to many thousands of patients and less than 1 in 1000 end up catching COVID-19 when they are on Ivermectin. Initially I used it once every 2 weeks, then increased that to once a week as more data came in from around the world and then when Delta started proliferating I went up to twice a week in line with FLCCC recommendations.

At the beginning of the Delta wave I saw my first patient on once weekly ivermectin come down with COVID-19. Prior to that I had not seen a breakthrough case in 2000 patients, over a span of 9 months.

Delta Variant Blues

Delta patients got sick much faster and progressed rapidly. I increased the dosing of ivermectin from 0.2mg/kg daily to 0.4mg/kg daily. I also prescribed pravastatin and a budesonide inhaler to all comers.

Following the continually updating FLCCC protocols, for higher risk or more severely ill patients I added another anti-parasitic, nitazoxanide and the dual anti-androgen therapy, spironolactone and dutasteride. If lung function worsened I prescribed cyproheptadine.

Now the Delta wave is declining, but another variant is on the rise in the US and based on the predictions of Geert Van Den Bossche and others I expect there will be another wave in winter 2021-2022.

Time is Life

We have a saying in medicine regarding stroke patients: time is brain. It means that once the blood supply is interrupted you only have a short window of opportunity to save brain tissue with a clot buster drug.

Early on in COVID-19 doctors might say time is lung, but nowadays it is more accurate to say time is life. If you wait too long you may be at the end of the road.

Prevention and early treatment are working great still. But ICU doctors are seeing very high mortality rates, even with optimal treatment according to FLCCC protocols.

I spoke with Dr Pierre Kory, president of the FLCCC and he reported a 90% mortality rate once patients get to his ICU. This is new. Previously patients could often be saved even in later stages.

This points to the need to intervene early. Be a boy scout, be prepared. Have a COVID kit in your medicine cabinet. Get the nebulizer, the pulse ox, a blood pressure cuff and all the vitamins. Make sure your vitamin D level is in the normal range. Lose any extra tires around your belly. Get the prescriptions you need early.

If you wait until you get sick it may take a few days to realize you have COVID and a few more days to connect with a doctor and get your ivermectin, fluvoxamine and other treatments.

After the medical board complaints and pharmacy threats I had to stop using local pharmacies and depend on friendly mail order ones. Although most pharmacies have had to raise their prices for ivermectin there are still some mail order pharmacies with very cheap stock, but it will take a few days to arrive, and every day is precious when you have COVID. It should be treated on day 1 of symptoms, or earlier if you test positive after an exposure and before symptoms.

The time you waste trying to line up treatment last minute may not be time you have to spare.

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Veronica Sorger
Veronica Sorger
6 months ago

Dear Dr. Haider – Thank you for your informative newsletters. I print everything out and underline the information that is important to have on hand in case needed. Being prepared is so important as you have shared that fact with us in your newsletters.To many of us you are a hero and a champion of righteousness and on the front line fighting for our freedom. Freedom of choice! Freedom to have a voice! The love of money is the root of all evil; it is glaring right at us more than ever in this country. Right has become wrong and wrong has become right. You are a shining example to all of us to stand…..in the midst of this time our voices need to speak louder and our actions need to support righteousness and truth. You have been a huge blessing to me and my whole family. I love what God spoke to Abraham…..I will bless those that bless you….I believe those blessings are upon your life! Thank you again Dr. Haider.

Allison Mastin
Allison Mastin
6 months ago

I LOVE Dr. Haider, recommend him to all. He is a compassionate genius!

KC Day
KC Day
6 months ago

You, and doctors like you are tremendously appreciated ! You maintain the character of the old fashioned doctors who cared for their patients even when it meant personal hardship.
My father in law was a GP/Surgeon and he was known to even carry sick patients to his car in the middle of the night and take them to the hospital when home care wasn’t enough. My mother’s doctor during a diphtheria epidemic in the 1930.s would come after hours to visit and check on the entire bedridden family – he also brought with him warm soup and bread. In my grandmother’s day, if you didn’t have money, the doctor treated you anyway and said: No charge or Pay me when you can… Often in a town, there were two people everyone counted on and TRUSTED – the minister, and the doctor.
This is why doctors had the revered reputation they did – not just because they saved lives, but because they were dedicated to their patients – they took care of them AND they cared for them – as people whose lives were valuable. We all thank you for being that kind of doctor.

Jay Santos
Jay Santos
6 months ago

EVERY person that is concerned about COVID should educate themselves before buying into the so-called “govt health experts” (CDC, NIH, FDA, etc.) mandates about how to prevent and ESPECIALLY treat this disease before they get it. And required reading/viewing should be information provided by true medical professionals that have been treating this disease since March 2020. These include “COVID Care” experts like Dr. Haider, Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Peter McCullough. I will guarantee that after spending an hour or two digesting the information provided in a truly non-biased and scientific way that at least 50% of the folks will be open to the FLCCC COVID-19 Protocols recommended.

Allison Mastin
Allison Mastin
6 months ago

Singing this Earth Angel Doctor praises to everyone!

Daniel
Daniel
6 months ago

No one has mentioned the effect of ivermectin on those of us that suffer from vaccine syndrome insomnia caused by a food related mast cell histamine disorder

Littleitaly
Littleitaly
6 months ago

I have Mary Ruth’s vegan pure iodine liquid drops. 125 mcg. Per drop. Can I add some to my saline nose spray? Is it the same as the orange povodine to kill germs in the nose?

Alexander Hernandez
Alexander Hernandez
5 months ago

I was hospitalized with Covid for 10 days. As the doctors and nurses pressure me unsuccessfully to take Remdesivir, I held tight a tissue box with Ivermectin stuffed inside.
Thank you Dr Haider for prescribing me ivermectin and fluvoxamine.

Valerie Rodriguez
Valerie Rodriguez
5 months ago

Dear Dr. Haider,
Thank you very much for your brave stand against the ‘powers’ that subvert effective treatment from the people. You are a light shining through a dark and confusing time in medical history. I have shared your info and message with many people and I want you to know that it has directly saved the life of my best friend! 82 year old Millie Garlington, with RA, COPD and myocarditis was diagnosed in August. The very first day her doctor got her set up for monoclonal antibody infusion, ivermectin and the vitamins recommended. He put her on Prozac, pulmocort, and resmidir (although I have read it is not all that effective). She was in the hospital with pnuemonia for 3 days, then released to go home with the FLCCC Protocol continuing ivermectin.
Three weeks later she was fully recovered and went out to dinner with her family. She is still suffering from a daily headache. I think she take another round of ivermectin. Do you think it would help? Your advice is appreciated! And TREASURED! God bless you and your staff for SAVING LIVES! SINCERELY,
VALERIE RODRIGUEZ

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