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Re: Did COVID affect your illness or meds? PeterMartin

Posted by SLS on April 16, 2023, at 6:55:20

In reply to Re: Did COVID affect your illness or meds?, posted by PeterMartin on February 27, 2023, at 11:10:42

> Fortunately, I have not had Covid to this point (unless completely asymptomatic).
> That said, I follow the science and anecdotes on reddit almost daily. I have seen anecdotal reports from -some- claiming many of the ADHD stimulant class of meds stopped working for them after having a Covid infection (Vyvanse for example).
> There's also a couple studies on pub med (and/or pre-prints on MedRXIV) that found Lithium levels can go up after a bout with Covid. Perhaps this is due to gut microbiome or renal processing changes - but whatever the case there have been reports of toxicity occuring in people taking the same dose after recovering from Covid.

Toxicity? Wow. I was never told any of this.

> I haven't seen reports of people saying antidepressants/anti-psychotics have stopped working (or don't work) after Covid. Many people do experience brain fog/fatigue after recovering from the infection though, so in that sense the drugs may become less effective as they're up against more intense issues.

I would make metformin my first choice to treat or prevent long-COVID.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.




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