texashuntingforum.com logo
Main Menu
Advertisement
Affiliates
Advertisement
Newest Members
Deadeye180, Damncats, CodeEnforcer, TREE RAT, G&G
69172 Registered Users
Top Posters(All Time)
dogcatcher 109,178
bill oxner 89,336
SnakeWrangler 60,985
stxranchman 58,967
RKHarm24 44,585
rifleman 44,461
Gravytrain 44,255
BMD 41,232
Forum Statistics
Forums46
Topics614,330
Posts11,466,306
Members84,172
Most Online19,184
Feb 5th, 2020
Print Thread
Page 1 of 2 1 2
What I've learned from Covid after 2 times #8417679 10/14/21 01:28 PM
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
B
bobcat1 Online Content OP
THF Trophy Hunter
OP Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
B
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
I first had the China Virus in November 2020. It was like a flu that lasted 2 weeks. I thought I was set with Natural Immunities that were 6 times as strong as the "Vaccine". I tested positive 10-5-21 SARS-Cov-2-RNA. I feel like I have turned the corner this morning finally. Lots af 30 minute sleep cycles all night long and throughout the day. Moderate fever, bones aching, Headache, loss of appetite, loss of smell but not taste.

After discussing with my Doctor we decided on Ivermectin (Not Cheap) and a Z Pac. Not sure it made any difference one way or the other. She did tell me whether I had natural immunities or a "Vaccine" in 90 days I would be vulnerable again.

So if that is true we can have this junk every 3 months forever.

Hudson's Mom was the 1st to get it. She tested positive but Hudson was negative so we ran and got him on Tuesday 9-28-21. One week later My wife, son, his girlfriend, Hudson and I all tested positive. Matt's girlfriend and Hudson's Mom had both been vaccinated. We all had symptoms and were really sick... all except Hudson! Thank you Jesus! He of course is Quarantined with Dad and his girlfriend but he never got sick at all. He is thriving!

This is the first time I have felt like posting since this all came about. This is all factual information from my situation. Yours may be different and that's okay.

So in my opinion shot or no shot makes no difference and I won't be getting one in the future either. I am fine if others do. That is your choice. I pray no one gets it.


Bobby Barnett

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417698 10/14/21 01:37 PM
Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 14,707
TurkeyHunter Offline
THF Celebrity
Offline
THF Celebrity
Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 14,707
Thanks for sharing. Fall fishing is here. Hope you get your strength back soon.


Aio, quantitas magna frumentorum est
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8417700 10/14/21 01:39 PM
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
B
bobcat1 Online Content OP
THF Trophy Hunter
OP Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
B
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
Originally Posted by TurkeyHunter
Thanks for sharing. Fall fishing is here. Hope you get your strength back soon.

I forgot about that. Yep we are all weaker than a litter of 3 day old kittens.


Bobby Barnett

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: TurkeyHunter] #8417737 10/14/21 01:52 PM
Joined: Nov 2017
Posts: 13,450
B
Biscuit Offline
THF Celebrity
Offline
THF Celebrity
B
Joined: Nov 2017
Posts: 13,450
Originally Posted by TurkeyHunter
Thanks for sharing. Fall fishing is here. Hope you get your strength back soon.


Get well soon sir

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417755 10/14/21 02:02 PM
Joined: Jan 2015
Posts: 1,903
P
pertnear Offline
Pro Tracker
Offline
Pro Tracker
P
Joined: Jan 2015
Posts: 1,903
Thanks for sharing Bobcat....


Visit my fictional blog "The dr Chronicles" about a laid-back Texan named dr - Enjoy!

http://www.thedrchronicles.com


Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417763 10/14/21 02:06 PM
Joined: Jul 2012
Posts: 11,515
6
603Country Offline
THF Celebrity
Offline
THF Celebrity
6
Joined: Jul 2012
Posts: 11,515
Might be an odd question, but what is your blood type?

My favorite niece has had the virus twice now, but her O+ husband has not had the first sniffle. His army medical doc told him his O+ blood type was resistant to the virus. Since I’m also O+, I hope that’s true.

Last edited by 603Country; 10/14/21 02:09 PM.

Not my monkeys, not my circus...
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417792 10/14/21 02:16 PM
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 11,448
Grizz Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 11,448
I have it now and my symptoms aren't fun, but I don't feel terrible. If this was allergy/sinus stuff like I initially thought, I would be at work right now. My doctor prescribed Ivermectin and today is my second day on it. So far, the symptoms haven't gotten worse but I still have them.
I have O+ blood, so I guess I'm in that 2.1% for O type people who get the rona.


[Linked Image] [Linked Image]
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: 603Country] #8417801 10/14/21 02:23 PM
Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 15,589
D
ducknbass Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
D
Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 15,589
Originally Posted by 603Country
Might be an odd question, but what is your blood type?

My favorite niece has had the virus twice now, but her O+ husband has not had the first sniffle. His army medical doc told him his O+ blood type was resistant to the virus. Since I’m also O+, I hope that’s true.



Yes for some reason the Chinese either messed up and missed that one. Or the Chinese dictator is O+. But it’s being talked about O+ does really well for some reason.

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: 603Country] #8417802 10/14/21 02:23 PM
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 11,448
Grizz Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 11,448
Originally Posted by 603Country
Might be an odd question, but what is your blood type?

My favorite niece has had the virus twice now, but her O+ husband has not had the first sniffle. His army medical doc told him his O+ blood type was resistant to the virus. Since I’m also O+, I hope that’s true.


I've seen the same studies and I've just been rolling with my O+ blood and I've been fine with that until now. I do think my blood type may be a substantial factor in my relatively minor symptoms. Time will tell, but I'm hoping the combination of my blood type and the Ivermectin will kick it pretty quickly. My doctor told me he has seen excellent results with Ivermectin with his patients.


[Linked Image] [Linked Image]
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: 603Country] #8417859 10/14/21 02:57 PM
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
B
bobcat1 Online Content OP
THF Trophy Hunter
OP Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
B
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
Originally Posted by 603Country
Might be an odd question, but what is your blood type?

My favorite niece has had the virus twice now, but her O+ husband has not had the first sniffle. His army medical doc told him his O+ blood type was resistant to the virus. Since I’m also O+, I hope that’s true.

I'm not sure anyone ever told me before. My doctor's nurse said they would have to order the test next time we do labs. Of course it's a separate test and costs money.


Bobby Barnett

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417867 10/14/21 03:00 PM
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 10,910
R
reeltexan Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
R
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 10,910


bobcat, did you have a blood test after the first round that showed antibodies?


[Linked Image]

“Money can buy you a fine dog, but only love can make him wag his tail.” -Kinky Friedman
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417871 10/14/21 03:02 PM
Joined: May 2009
Posts: 21,935
D
dkershen Offline
Rev Dave
Offline
Rev Dave
D
Joined: May 2009
Posts: 21,935
Glad to hear you're on the mend Bobby. up


To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first and call whatever you hit the target.

www.NewHopeEquine.com - Health and Healing through Horses.
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417878 10/14/21 03:05 PM
Joined: Nov 2008
Posts: 474
71Rcode Online Content
Bird Dog
Online Content
Bird Dog
Joined: Nov 2008
Posts: 474
Glad you are feeling better man. My wife and I had it at the same time we are at the same age...this was August 2020. I am A positive blood type she is O positive blood type. Her symptoms and experience were somewhat easier than mine. Neither one of us went to the doctor or got meds just fought through it. I believe we will be able to weather the storm again naturally.


NRA Life Member & GOA Member
Always interested in Marlins. Let me know what you have for sale!
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: reeltexan] #8417881 10/14/21 03:06 PM
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
B
bobcat1 Online Content OP
THF Trophy Hunter
OP Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
B
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
Originally Posted by reeltexan


bobcat, did you have a blood test after the first round that showed antibodies?

No sir.


Bobby Barnett

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: 71Rcode] #8417889 10/14/21 03:08 PM
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
B
bobcat1 Online Content OP
THF Trophy Hunter
OP Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
B
Joined: Jul 2007
Posts: 6,732
Originally Posted by 71Rcode
Glad you are feeling better man. My wife and I had it at the same time we are at the same age...this was August 2020. I am A positive blood type she is O positive blood type. Her symptoms and experience were somewhat easier than mine. Neither one of us went to the doctor or got meds just fought through it. I believe we will be able to weather the storm again naturally.

We would have both done that but I had just started a new job..... Wanted to get back as soon as possible. Not sure the meds made any difference and if they did not much. She's 60 and I'm 65. Usually very healthy.


Bobby Barnett

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417892 10/14/21 03:11 PM
Joined: Oct 2017
Posts: 2,696
A
angus1956 Online Content
Veteran Tracker
Online Content
Veteran Tracker
A
Joined: Oct 2017
Posts: 2,696
Bobby,
Hope your family gets better real soon. This has to suck.

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417897 10/14/21 03:13 PM
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 6,507
S
Stompy Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
S
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 6,507
Glad you're doing better Bobby, also glad you didn't give it to me... grin


www.jaranchhunting.com
Cabin Rentals on the ranch for Hubbard Creek Lake
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417934 10/14/21 03:28 PM
Joined: May 2006
Posts: 8,002
I
ILUVBIGBUCKS Offline
THF Trophy Hunter
Offline
THF Trophy Hunter
I
Joined: May 2006
Posts: 8,002
Man I'm glad to hear yall are all doing better now and especially that Hudson didn't get sick from it.

It definitely affects everybody differently that is for sure. We lost another person we knew just this week from it. No pre-existing problems known, not overweight, and she was only 56 years old. Damn shame


High fence, low fence, no fence, it really doesn't matter as long as you're hunting!
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8417988 10/14/21 03:59 PM
Joined: Nov 2005
Posts: 7,742
Greg Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
Online Content
THF Trophy Hunter
Joined: Nov 2005
Posts: 7,742
Hope y’all are all on the better side of it now.

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8418016 10/14/21 04:30 PM
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 12,714
glens Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 12,714
Read somewhere that Nautral Immunity is only good for 12 months. Also said the Vaccines or only good for 5 to 6 months between Boosters. Hope you folks are feeling better.

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: glens] #8418031 10/14/21 04:41 PM
Joined: Nov 2012
Posts: 13,702
Q
QuitShootinYoungBucks Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
Q
Joined: Nov 2012
Posts: 13,702
Originally Posted by glens
Read somewhere that Nautral Immunity is only good for 12 months. Also said the Vaccines or only good for 5 to 6 months between Boosters. Hope you folks are feeling better.


I do side work for a Dr. His family got it early last year; 7 months later 3 of the 5 tested positive for antibodies but the other 2 already showed no antibodies. I realize that's anecdotal in the grand scheme but shot or natural I bet most are vulnerable again by the 6 month mark. I also know a person who got it in Sept 20, was vaccinated in January, and got the new strain in May.

Good luck and God bless us all.


[Linked Image]

https://web.archive.org/web/20170223065011/http:/www.rrdvegas.com/silencer-cleaning.html
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8418034 10/14/21 04:42 PM
Joined: Aug 2016
Posts: 2,117
D
Dalroo Online Content
Veteran Tracker
Online Content
Veteran Tracker
D
Joined: Aug 2016
Posts: 2,117
Glad you are getting treated and hopefully on the mend.

I feel almost certain I had the virus very early in 2020, before tests were available and it was a thing. Rough cold, negative for flu, but several co-workers had same symptoms. Cleared up in a week or so. Jump forward to 2021 and I decided because I travel for work, and spend time with my 84 yo pops, I would get the vaccine as early as available, and got first dose in March. My wife was more skeptical and held off until August when school was starting. And FYI - she is O+ and I am A+. Sure enough, she got it, less than 30 days following her second dose. And, so far, I am negative. The other good news, her symptoms were pretty mild, no fever, but runny nose, a bit tired - maybe the vaccine helped minimize symptoms.

Now, a friend, also vaccinated, has it and I'm hearing from several people who were vaccinated that have gotten it. Is the vaccine not as effective as reported? They were saying 90%, but I haven't heard recent numbers = those numbers may run counter to the forcing of skeptics to get vaccinated. I got vaccine based on my own wishes, but if I was being forced at this point, with all of the unknowns and conflicting info, I would probably dig my heals in and say no.

And speaking of conflicting reports - two articles this week on whether to take Low Dose Aspirin. One said docs should not recommend to those who haven't had earlier heart problems because the risk of internal bleeding and ulcers is elevated. The other article said that Low Dose Aspirin is proving to minimize the blood clotting associated with Covid and those on a daily regimen are less likely, by a significant amount, to be admitted into hospitals. Same drug, same day, different studies - and even though they are reporting on different uses, you would think the articles would at least reference the other and give some form of guidance.

Bottom line - the people that we trust to make recommendations seem to be wrong in many cases, or at least not completely right. There are way too many conflicting reports often coming from the same experts, just at different times. I can't speak for others, but at some point we have to say enough, and resume normal life and accept the risk. The constant bad news of the past 18+ months is not good for anyone.


Dalroo
Deep in the Heart of Texas
LGB
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: glens] #8418038 10/14/21 04:45 PM
Joined: May 2009
Posts: 661
G
Grit Online Content
Tracker
Online Content
Tracker
G
Joined: May 2009
Posts: 661
Originally Posted by glens
Read somewhere that Nautral Immunity is only good for 12 months. Also said the Vaccines or only good for 5 to 6 months between Boosters. Hope you folks are feeling better.


I would think if you had enough white blood cells, the immunity would be indefinite. confused2


Garrett
Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: Grit] #8418049 10/14/21 04:55 PM
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 12,714
glens Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
Joined: Feb 2008
Posts: 12,714
Originally Posted by Grit
Originally Posted by glens
Read somewhere that Nautral Immunity is only good for 12 months. Also said the Vaccines or only good for 5 to 6 months between Boosters. Hope you folks are feeling better.


I would think if you had enough white blood cells, the immunity would be indefinite. confused2



This Virus is effecting People differently and on many levels for sure. Both Wife and I, healthy, no medical problems. Thought I was gonna die (5 days in ICU/7 weeks ago )and Wife skirted right on by at the same time. We both, 3 days into it, had the Infusion Treatment ordered by My Doc. 1 day after Infusion I was in Hospital. I'm still dragging with no energy.

Re: What I've learned from Covid after 2 times [Re: bobcat1] #8418094 10/14/21 05:19 PM
Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 32,231
Guy Online Content
THF Celebrity
Online Content
THF Celebrity
Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 32,231
If we have learned anything it is that the virus and the vaccine impacts everyone differently.

Page 1 of 2 1 2
Previous Thread
Index
Next Thread

© 2004-2021 OUTDOOR SITES NETWORK all rights reserved USA and Worldwide
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.3