The next morning I woke up and cried no Remdesivir treatment! That was day 11. I ate lunch and my daughter called patient services to get me out. I was released in a matter of an hour after the Dr. came in and told me I was going to be released. She said with sarcasm “I Wish you luck” and left my room. The IV was taken out of my arm and I was wheeled down stairs. I bid farewell, drove home, and rested for a couple hours. Then I went into my office and started working! I recovered nicely at home, alone. I didn’t take any of the drugs prescribed for the cough. Instead it was hot water with honey and lemon. I Stayed on my vitamins and zinc and I worked from home for two weeks. I had nightmares for weeks and my trust with the medical profession is gone.
I started to investigate this whole nightmare a few days after I returned home. I ordered my transcripts and a full detail of my bill. That’s when I found I was billed for 4 doses of Remdesivir on the first initial visit to the ER on 8/23. I was shocked! They never told me I was given 4 treatments Remdesivir.
My total bill was $ 101,931.00. A total of 12 Remdesivir treatments at $ 3,112.00 each. In reading the transcript. My daily care Dr. wrote that “I was very proud of not being vaxxed.”
I thank the Lord I had no after effects other than a kidney infection here and there and loss of sleep due to nightmares which lasted for months. I had a great deal of hair loss in November and December. I’m not sure what the long term effects will be but have detoxed and try to stay as healthy as I can. I did finally made an appointment with a Dr. I thought I could trust. He told me to not fight the Remdesivir issue. Drop it. Now I’m searching for another Dr. It’s hard when you can’t trust the medical system. I think I went into total shock when I listened to Dr. Ardis and Zelenko as well as Tom Renz explain Remdesivir. I recall sitting at my desk and the shock was awful. The first thing I did was ask God how did I live through this and thanked God for keeping me safe and never leaving me. My heart breaks for the victims and families that did not make it home.