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Old 04-20-2020, 02:24 PM   #61  
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Old 04-24-2020, 09:09 PM   #62  
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After 25 days at home post week in hospital, I finally received my 2nd NEGATIVE Test result today!
To say I'm pretty stoked is an understatement.

Not cleared to fly yet as I am going to a pulmonary specialist on Monday but expecting to get the green light at that point.

Now.. still a couple of things to add-

https://www.news10.com/news/local-us...9-for-a-month/

GREAT F'ing News!
here's a guy who should have had it easier than me.. yet look at his story. Amazing!
Way to go buddy~

However, another friend of mine, officer type also in the NYANG had it, tested positive and has been battling it home for the past 3 weeks. Symptom free for about a week.. got cleared to 'work' again (ground pounder) so started to do some things at home and in the last few days something came back and as of today shes been put back on antibiotics by a Doctor. Her lungs are really congested.

Need to really hit this point home, based on my experience-
DO NOT PUSH YOURSELF.
A few days after coming home and 5 days after my last fever, I probably did to much around the house.. laundry, vacuumed, basic household cleaning. Next day I was low energy. Easy for a few days.. every day getting better and then the following Wednesday I had a form of Hypoxia the entire day. A week after being released, 10 days after last fever.
The next day.. as if nothing ever happened, back to normal.. weird.
Since then, it has never come back!

Last week I started to go for long walks (2+ miles) and every day I feel a tiny bit better. If I had to say, I'm about 95%.
I use that because I still get a tiny bit congested every now and then due to (what I believe) are allergies. Dust.
Might cough 2-3 times in one day and for a few seconds.
But like I wrote.. now have 2 negative tests.

Guys & Gals, If/When you get this.. you will beat it. But even when you think it's gone.. give it a few extra days.
No doubt, this stupid virus is weird~

Stay Healthy, Strong and Safe.
WE WILL OVERCOME THIS!
Better Days Are Ahead
Always
Motch
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Old 04-16-2021, 11:12 AM   #63  
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After 25 days at home post week in hospital, I finally received my 2nd NEGATIVE Test result today!
To say I'm pretty stoked is an understatement.

Not cleared to fly yet as I am going to a pulmonary specialist on Monday but expecting to get the green light at that point.

Now.. still a couple of things to add-

https://www.news10.com/news/local-us...9-for-a-month/

GREAT F'ing News!
here's a guy who should have had it easier than me.. yet look at his story. Amazing!
Way to go buddy~

However, another friend of mine, officer type also in the NYANG had it, tested positive and has been battling it home for the past 3 weeks. Symptom free for about a week.. got cleared to 'work' again (ground pounder) so started to do some things at home and in the last few days something came back and as of today shes been put back on antibiotics by a Doctor. Her lungs are really congested.

Need to really hit this point home, based on my experience-
DO NOT PUSH YOURSELF.
A few days after coming home and 5 days after my last fever, I probably did to much around the house.. laundry, vacuumed, basic household cleaning. Next day I was low energy. Easy for a few days.. every day getting better and then the following Wednesday I had a form of Hypoxia the entire day. A week after being released, 10 days after last fever.
The next day.. as if nothing ever happened, back to normal.. weird.
Since then, it has never come back!

Last week I started to go for long walks (2+ miles) and every day I feel a tiny bit better. If I had to say, I'm about 95%.
I use that because I still get a tiny bit congested every now and then due to (what I believe) are allergies. Dust.
Might cough 2-3 times in one day and for a few seconds.
But like I wrote.. now have 2 negative tests.

Guys & Gals, If/When you get this.. you will beat it. But even when you think it's gone.. give it a few extra days.
No doubt, this stupid virus is weird~

Stay Healthy, Strong and Safe.
WE WILL OVERCOME THIS!
Better Days Are Ahead
Always
Motch
Motch,

How did things go for you getting back on the line?
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