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Why I Try to Stay Out of the Hospitals at All Costs
I hate hospitals. Granted, the ER has come in handy a few times, but honestly I will do everything in my power to stay OUT of hospitals.
Ask my mother and daughter, who have demanded I go to the hospital while I was administering my own saline IV during a few bouts of severe pneumonia and/or norovirus. I simply won’t do it if at all possible. I’ve NEVER liked hospitals. I’ll only go if I’m sure I’m dying.
I don’t suggest you avoid the hospital at all costs, this is just an issue I have. I have personally had great experiences in the ER, and also terrible ones. I have had family members admitted to the hospital, sometimes good outcomes, and sometimes they got such terrible care I had to step in and raise hell. Add to it all the immunocompromised people, drug resistant bugs lingering about and noisy beeping lights, and it’s NOT my jam.
I am quick to make the call on taking family member to the ER when necessary and I never hesitate when it’s someone else. The hating hospitals thing I simply MY issue.
When my husband and I first got hit with Covid in Fall 2021, he got more ill than I did. In fact, as I was coming out of the fever fog, his health started to decline rather quickly. His pulse ox was in the high 70’s. Definitely an emergency situation. I recall looking at him and tearfully saying, “I’m too sick to help you right now, I can’t manage this on my own, you’re declining rapidly!” and through his blue deoxygenating lips he said, “I am NOT going, we made a pact and neither of us are going to the hospital, figure it out!”
I went to bed crying that night, believing that he might die in the night, and was so exhausted that I passed out. The next day I indeed did ‘figure it out’.
I pushed protocols aside and treated him like a good Naturopathic Physician would. I treated the human being in front of me instead of the disease itself. I again went to bed that next night crying and unsure if he was going to make it to morning. He admitted recently that he wasn’t sure himself if he was going to wake up! He was grey and skinny and his pulse ox was low. He had an oxygen tank (I have a home unit because I vowed at the start of this that none of my family members were going to die from Covid if I had anything to do with it) and he had my PEMF mat to lie on (which helped SO much, you should check them out and use code DRTYNA to save $ if you decide to get one).
I kissed him goodnight, said a prayer and passed out again from exhaustion.
The next morning, I kid you not, he was standing in our kitchen with his stocking cap on, buck naked, holding the coffee pot. I came out of the bedroom to this lovely view and started crying hysterically, “You’re NOT DEAD!”
“Want a cup of coffee baby?” He was still skinny and grey with blue lips, but damn it, he was alive!
Here’s the deal of why we made that pact to not go to the hospital: because hospitals then were being incentivized by the US government that I believe was responsible for a lot of unnecessary deaths.
The CARES Act provides/provided incentives for hospitals to use treatments dictated by the federal government with the support of the NIH.
If not appropriately earned, the monies must be paid back. This requires a Covid-19 diagnosis and the following of the determined Covid-19 protocols.
According to section 3710 of the Cares Act, hospitals are reimbursed by the government an EXTRA 20% for each hospitalized Medicare patient if they have a positive Covid test.
In 2020 at least, hospitals would receive an additional bonus when treatment included remdesivir or COVID-19 convalescent plasma to treat patients diagnosed with COVID-19.
“You have to be eligible for the 20% add-on to get the new therapeutic add-on. If you don’t have a positive test, you don’t qualify for the new treatment add-on payment.” said attorney Daniel Hettich, with King & Spalding in Washington, D.C.
I’ve also heard that the following was happening:
Free but required testing (still happening?)
Bonus for positive Covid-19 diagnosis
Bonus for Covid-19 admission
Bonus for Covid-19 patient if put on a ventilator
Bonus for admission of Covid-19 patient to ICU
More money paid to hospitals if cause of death was Covid-19
I don’t have the documents to prove the above bullet points as CMS has updated their Covid policies, but I was speaking with ICU and ER nurses and doctors back then, in real time, directly on my Instagram throughout the pandemic who confirmed this info. I was also being informed by an ICU director who was telling me exactly what was going on, as well as an anesthesiologist who was inducing the coma state of the patients before they were put on vents. I was told EXACTLY what was going on in real time, all the while I was being attacked and slandered by my colleagues and the public for reporting on it.
In fact, I was talking to nurses and doctors ALL OVER THE WORLD during the thick of it. I got a lot of information that you were not being fed on the nightly news or by the beloved public health authorities. Guess what all these doctors and nurses told me? That 99.9% of the severe cases requiring vent and ICE were obese and diabetic. Most hadn’t seen a so-called “healthy” person in that situation the entire pandemic. Even though the news was trying to scare the crud out of everyone by highlighting the rare zebra case of the supposed “healthy” person dying of Covid. More likely those people were dying from what was being done TO THEM in the hospitals.
The hospital was an especially bad place for the elderly during this period. Heck, it’s not a great place for them at any time. Our elderly are not treated so well in hospitals has been my experience. They talk to them like they are demented and stupid and milk their Medicare for all it’s worth, is what I’ve seen.
This is why my husband and I made the pact. That and we weren’t vaccinated and it was the height of the witch hunts. I was too sick to listen to some doctor or nurse give me any shit. I would have lost my cool completely. So, no hospital for us. Dr. Tyna had to sort it out.
Why did my husband have such a hard time with Covid?
He’s got some high blood pressure that comes and goes. He also tends towards inflammation on lab work and his metabolic health was not in the best shape that season. I warned him the prior summer that covid would come knocking soon and that it was likely going to hit him decently hard, and it did. The coofid loves inflammation and my sexy man runs hot.
I was training for it, so I was ready. I rocked a crazy fever for 3-5 days then came out the other side fairly unscathed. Interestingly, as I expected, I had a harder time recovering my vitality fully afterward than he did. Took me a few months.
We have different constitutions. He’s fire and I’m ice. He burned hot and got hit hard, but came around fast. I didn’t burn as hot, rocked it out, then had some lingering stuff that I finally shook after a few months.
The take home here is that the BEST BET, in any case, in any year, is to OPTIMIZE YOUR HEALTH as best as you can so when illness does come knocking you can plow through it as unscathed as possible.
The best course of action, ALWAYS, is to NOT NEED THE HOSPITAL.
I understand that we can’t always control this factor. I have needed the ER a few times over in my life, as have my loved ones, and thank God they were there. But the goal is to NOT need the ER or the hospital in any capacity. We do the best we possibly can by staying as healthy as humanly possible.
The next necessary step is to HAVE A PLAN. That means having a bin you can pull out with all the things you’re going to want on hand, as well as an easy to read bullet pointed sheet of steps you’re going to take if illness hits. I’m talking upper respiratory or GI illness that takes you down fast with fever and symptoms. You may be coughing your lungs out or running water out your rear end, but if you have a plan and a bin full of helpful items, you’re going to be better off and not as inclined to panic.
The inclination to panic and/or the utter fatigue induced by quick and severe illness often leads to apathy and poor decision making. Add on a fever and over the counter meds and people can make bad choices which can be the difference between managing well at home or needing to go to the ER.
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We got hit again with Covid just over a year later and it was SIGNIFICANTLY more mild. But you bet I pulled out my bin and my protocols and took all the things. I wasn’t worried about needing a hospital this last round, but I was not taking my chances with allowing the viral titers to get high and potentially turn into a long covid situation.
It then hit my parents and, while they both got quit ill, neither needed the hospital because I had kits and protocols ready for them as well. Same goes for my daughter.
My prediction is that something wicked this way comes for a potential Spring wave and an ugly Fall/Winter wave. I don’t think it will be much for the unvaccinated. I do think we will see ADE set in on a grander scale and it will likely present as cardiovascular for them. This is my opinion and is merely a prediction based on what I’ve been seeing play out.
Problem is, again my opinion, based on my knowledge of immunology, that so many human’s immune systems have been altered (and immunocompromised) that what is coming through and out of them is potentially MORE problematic for us. Most US adults didn’t start out in great health to begin with. Immunocompromised people make potentially worse viruses. This means that both virulence and infectivity can be increased in the cocktails their bodies make. Super Spreaders are nearly always the immunocompromised. I’m personally keeping my distance.
Regardless, I’m restocking my supplies like I do EVERY year. Because a bad flu can be gnarly as well.
I’ve been called a fear monger in the past, yet every time I’ve predicted severity I’ve been spot on. Like the excess deaths happening all over the world right now that I was worried about last Spring. My private membership folks have listened to me accurately predict the play by play on this entire thing since 2020.
Bottom line: get healthy, get metabolically sound, take good care of yourselves, have a plan and be stocked up on what you need for when you need it. The only way out is through.
Also, you can’t call yourself a “Medical Freedom Fighter” and be rolling up to the drive thru to eat Big Brother’s garbage ultra processed seed oil deep fried “foods” designed to hijack your dopamine receptors and sucking down soda everyday while you fill several prescriptions a month. That’s not medical freedom, that’s called being a lifetime customer to Big Pharma. Get healthy and get out of the Matrix.
95%+ of chronic health conditions that are lifestyle induced can ONLY be resolved through targeted lifestyle changes of the individual. It starts with what you’ll allow in your body.
Much love to you all and may the odds be ever in your favor.
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