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  • Is Dr. Cole taking appointments to treat patients or prescribe medications for Covid-19?
    No, not at this time. Dr. Cole is focused on his pathology lab work and sharing important information with the public about the patterns he sees to better inform health decisions. Dr. Cole is directing all Covid-19 patients to the online and telehealth sites shown on this site under Covid Care. Dr. Cole is a participating doctor on some of the sites listed.
  • Should I get a Covid-19 vaccine? Should my child get a Covid-19 vaccine?
    I do not recommend the Covid-19 vaccine for anyone, regardless of age or health status. These injections have not been studied properly and they are riddled with safety problems.
  • Do I need a vaccine if I have already had Covid-19?
    Natural immunity is robust and long lasting. Many studies demonstrate that the risk of re-infection, even from other variants of the virus, for those who are COVID-recovered is essentially zero. Studies show that there is an increased risk of adverse reactions if you are vaccinated after having COVID.
  • Is the PCR test being used for Covid-19 reliable?
    Yes, PCR testing is reliable. This test is very specific in detecting only the SARS-CoV-2 virus. PCR testing looks for very small amounts of the virus in the oral or nasal passages. The assays used in this testing are rigorously validated and parameters are established for positive and negative results. As with all testing, there are some false positive results and some false negative results. Repeat testing can be useful if clinical symptoms do not match up with test results.
  • What are the facts about Ivermectin? Is it horse dewormer used only on animals? Can it help with Covid19?
    DO NOT SELF DOSE WITH IVERMECTIN INTENDED FOR ANIMALS!!! Ivermectin was discovered as an anti-parasitic drug and has been used widely, safely and effectively in humans for over 40 years. It is FDA-approved for use in many parasitic conditions and is listed by the World Health Organization as one of the world’s most essential medications. As with many medications, it has both human and veterinary uses. Many medications are used “off-label” which means they are used to treat another condition besides the use originally approved by the FDA. Ivermectin has many anti-viral properties and has been effective in treating COVID, particularly when used early. There are numerous studies demonstrating its effectiveness and it can be used in conjunction with other medications. It is very safe and very low risk when taken as prescribed by a knowledgeable physician. This website shows the studies that have been completed on Ivermectin use and also links to other medications that have been studied for COVID. Follow this link to a list of providers who will prescribe via telehealth. You are welcome to share these resources and articles with your provider. I am not personally prescribing or giving recommendations on dosages for individual patients. Additional Resources on Ivermectin
  • I do not want the Covid-19 vaccine because I am Covid-recovered and have natural immunity or because my personal health status puts me at risk. Can Dr. Cole write a medical exemption letter for me to present to my employer?
    Dr. Cole cannot provide medical exemption letters for individual patients. He is working with several groups of physicians and attorneys to provide sound scientific data to fight against vaccine mandates. For now, these resources may offer more information regarding mandates: Defending the Republic with Sidney Powell Health Freedom Defense Fund
  • I already received a Covid-19 vaccine and I now regret it. Is there anything I can do to restore my immune system to its more natural state and negate any adverse long-term effects?
    The good news is that many people who receive the vaccine do not seem to have long term side effects as far as we know right now, particularly if you are otherwise healthy. If you are noticing specific side effects, sometimes these can be treated similarly to Long Haul Covid, which you can find here. You can help restore balance in your immune system by taking recommended immune supplements, maintaining a stable blood sugar, getting adequate rest, and decreasing your overall stress. In the first few weeks after vaccination, you may want to take a daily aspirin (unless you have a blood clotting disorder and have been told by a medical provider to not take aspirin) in order to decrease the likelihood of post-vaccine clotting.

Any general advice posted on our website or in the news is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace or substitute for any medical or other advice. Dr. Ryan N Cole makes no representations or warranties and expressly disclaims any and all liability concerning any treatment, action by, or effect on any person following the general information offered or provided within or through this website. If you have specific concerns or a situation arises in which you require medical advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified medical services provider.

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