There is an unusual pattern with long Covid, in that over a number of years, the patients often have static symptoms. Some patients improve, however, in the ones who remain unwell, their symptoms fluctuate, but do not get better or worse. Most diseases do not follow that pattern when associated with a specific pathology.
One interesting difference between Long Covid and ME/CFS (in many respects, overlapping conditions) is that there does, from numerous accounts in the patient communities, seem to be a slow or very slow tendency to improvement with time in Long Covid symptoms, whereas ME/CFS folk can remain very stuck for years, even decades. The reason for that difference may also prove significant.
Dr. McMillan, The reason that Long COVID symptoms are not improving in many patients is that most providers are treating the symptoms and not the cause of the symptoms. Mitochondrial dysfunction (MD) is demonstrably present in most LC patients per relevant published literature. Mitochondrial vitality is central both to innate immune response to viral infections and of course, to production of ATP. MD is treatable with appropriate care for the mitochondria and by altering diet and lifestyle choices to minimize inflammation. If you would like to communicate directly with me, I would be happy to share my insights including supporting literature.
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Dr. Gustavo Aguirre-Chang
VIABLE SARS-COV2 ISOLATED FROM AUTOPSY TISSUES
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“If there is Viral Persistence in deceased
There is also in living people”
WRONG TEST MAN CORPSES
Several peer-reviewed studies have already been published
showing that the SARS CoV-2 can persist indefinitely
can persist for months after the person dies
and they are viable viruses with the capacity to infect
which has been demonstrated by cultures
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Thank you as always Dr. McM.
I would greatly appreciate if You wouldn't mind casting your professional eye over this 22 minute video. They, the evil things. Wrecked minds as well as bodies.