Did67 wrote:Julienmos wrote:
because staying at home with just doliprane, hoping it goes well, is not particularly reassuring ...
If it's not serious (98% of cases), it will pass ... Some doctors have a priori, taken the risk of prescribing hydroxychloroquine (a priori, according to what some have said themselves on the media - proof that the sanctions ....). I doubt that mine would have done it.
And if it's serious, you will be hospitalized!
but precisely if this chloroquine prescribed AT THE BEGINNING makes it possible to avoid a possible aggravation (it is only a hypothesis, effectiveness not yet proven despite what Raoult says) ... and since it seems no Raoult patient has known of heart problems due to this hydrochloroquine (work in close collaboration with a cardiologist) ...
I believe that the real problem (the reluctance to authorize the Raoult protocol for all patients in France from the first symptoms) is rather the "heaviness" of the protocol (test, electrocardiograms, monitoring ...) and the fact of having to to be hospitalized for this (which is the case with Raoult in Marseille I think? from the start of the illness?)
My family member was at the hospital after a week of doliprane at home. And so, she had this treatment (chloro azitro) and was able to return after her hospitalization.
Her husband, sick at the same time as she, was not at the hospital, it happened with only the doliprane;
Except that 15 days later, they each had a blood test, good results for her, bad for her husband, who then had to have a CT scan which revealed pulmonary damage ...
So with doliprane alone, even if you think you are cured, it is not necessarily the case!