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    kylereed
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    It’s already a legit medicine for malaria. So it’s fine. The point there is if it will work for Covid. We heard that there are a couple of nurses in our area who said that they use it during treatment.

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    mckenziecollins1039
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    Those who believe that this medication is ineffective also claims that this medication, besides being ineffective, also causes heart problems that could make your condition worse. But a study that involves a large number of participants for clinical trial (40,000 health care workers) have noted that the evidence from their trials does not support this.

    So this means that hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine won’t cause heart conditions such as arrhythmia. Their safety concerns have just been exagerated. Don’t worry, these medications have been used for decades to treat malaria and rheumatological conditions and they have a very good record when it comes to safety.

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