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P1tchblackNew coronavirus/vaccine discussion thread
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A friend of mine found out today that his mom has Omicron.  She's 93 years old and had a shunt put in back in 2019. She lives in an assisted living facility where they weren't allowing any outsiders in, but they were allowing residence to leave if they wanted to.  Apparently the other three women that she played bridge with also had Omicron. She was vaxed and boosted all with moderna. I'll be very curious to see how this plays out giving her age and heart situation.
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My neighbor's 90 year old mom contracted it a few weeks ago and has recovered fine.
Let us cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees.
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An anonymous man in his 30s who had to be hospitalized after contracting COVID-19 last July now claims that the disease left him with a shrunken penis and erectile dysfunction.

"When I got out of the hospital, I had some erectile dysfunction issues. Those gradually got better with some medical attention, but I seem to be left with a lasting problem. My penis has shrunk," the man wrote in a letter to Slate's "How To Do It" podcast.

"Before I got sick, I was above average, not huge, but definitely bigger than normal. Now I've lost about an inch and a half and become decidedly less than average."

Dr. Ashley Winter, a urologist in Oregon, confirmed to the podcast hosts that "COVID d--- is like a real thing."

Multiple studies have linked COVID-19 to erectile dysfunction and other reproductive health issues.



An Italian study last year found that 28% of men who contracted COVID-19 experienced issues with erectile dysfunction, while only 9.33% of men who hadn't contracted COVID-19 experienced the same issue.

Researchers at the University of Miami found that the "widespread blood vessel dysfunction, or endothelial dysfunction, that results from the COVID-19 infection could then contribute to erectile dysfunction."

"In our pilot study, we found that men who previously did not complain of erectile dysfunction developed pretty severe erectile dysfunction after the onset of COVID-19 infection," Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy, associate professor and director of the University of Miami's Reproductive Urology Program, said about the results.


A group of doctors, the Urologists United for Vaccination Education, put out a PSA in October encouraging men to get vaccinated, saying that men who have had COVID-19 are six times more likely to experience erectile dysfunction.

"Studies have shown that COVID can affect the blood vessels of the penis in a similar way that it affects the blood vessels of the lungs, preventing them from providing enough blood to the penis to cause an erection, and leading to permanent impotence," the group writes.

For men who have already had COVID-19 and are experiencing erectile dysfunction, Dr. Winter suggested using medicine like Cialis or Viagra, or even using extension devices that can add back length.

"These are easy things you can do at home, to either prevent shortening or actually get back length that you've lost," she told the podcast hosts.
Make America Honest Again
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(01-13-2022, 07:05 PM)Hightop77 Wrote: My neighbor's 90 year old mom contracted it a few weeks ago and has recovered fine.
Was she vaxxed?
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Local news here in SW Ohio said unvaxxed =
83% of hospitalizations
85% of deaths
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(01-13-2022, 07:33 PM)zigbee Wrote: An anonymous man in his 30s who had to be hospitalized after contracting COVID-19 last July now claims that the disease left him with a shrunken penis and erectile dysfunction.

"When I got out of the hospital, I had some erectile dysfunction issues. Those gradually got better with some medical attention, but I seem to be left with a lasting problem. My penis has shrunk," the man wrote in a letter to Slate's "How To Do It" podcast.

"Before I got sick, I was above average, not huge, but definitely bigger than normal. Now I've lost about an inch and a half and become decidedly less than average."

Dr. Ashley Winter, a urologist in Oregon, confirmed to the podcast hosts that "COVID d--- is like a real thing."

Multiple studies have linked COVID-19 to erectile dysfunction and other reproductive health issues.



An Italian study last year found that 28% of men who contracted COVID-19 experienced issues with erectile dysfunction, while only 9.33% of men who hadn't contracted COVID-19 experienced the same issue. 

Researchers at the University of Miami found that the "widespread blood vessel dysfunction, or endothelial dysfunction, that results from the COVID-19 infection could then contribute to erectile dysfunction."

"In our pilot study, we found that men who previously did not complain of erectile dysfunction developed pretty severe erectile dysfunction after the onset of COVID-19 infection," Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy, associate professor and director of the University of Miami's Reproductive Urology Program, said about the results.


A group of doctors, the Urologists United for Vaccination Education, put out a PSA in October encouraging men to get vaccinated, saying that men who have had COVID-19 are six times more likely to experience erectile dysfunction.

"Studies have shown that COVID can affect the blood vessels of the penis in a similar way that it affects the blood vessels of the lungs, preventing them from providing enough blood to the penis to cause an erection, and leading to permanent impotence," the group writes.

For men who have already had COVID-19 and are experiencing erectile dysfunction, Dr. Winter suggested using medicine like Cialis or Viagra, or even using extension devices that can add back length.

"These are easy things you can do at home, to either prevent shortening or actually get back length that you've lost," she told the podcast hosts.
That should produce a run on vaccines.
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(01-13-2022, 07:46 PM)P1tchblack Wrote:
(01-13-2022, 07:05 PM)Hightop77 Wrote: My neighbor's 90 year old mom contracted it a few weeks ago and has recovered fine.
Was she vaxxed?

I would say yes.
Let us cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees.
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(01-13-2022, 06:05 PM)P1tchblack Wrote: A friend of mine found out today that his mom has Omicron.  She's 93 years old and had a shunt put in back in 2019. She lives in an assisted living facility where they weren't allowing any outsiders in, but they were allowing residence to leave if they wanted to.  Apparently the other three women that she played bridge with also had Omicron. She was vaxed and boosted all with moderna. I'll be very curious to see how this plays out giving her age and heart situation.
It's running rampant everywhere right now, every ALF in the state seems to have an outbreak, mostly brought in by the staff, many that won't vaccinate. Was she symptomatic, we find about a third of the positive cases don't have symptoms. I would guess she does fine. Early on my village lost three out of four 80+ year old men that were legion regulars, one infected the other three and only one survived, tragic.(Before Vaccines)

Hopefully the children won't get this one locked by misbehaving, no more "I know you are but what am I".
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#9
My grandson had an issue with his penis from birth and had surgery to fix it. My daughter was worried that he had a micro-penis but it was simply a severe "Inny". She asked the asked the Asian Surgeon about the condition after surgery and he replied, "Don't worry mommy, I fix penis, your son pleasure many women"

He's already 25% larger than his grandfather.
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(01-13-2022, 07:33 PM)zigbee Wrote: An anonymous man in his 30s who had to be hospitalized after contracting COVID-19 last July now claims that the disease left him with a shrunken penis and erectile dysfunction.

"When I got out of the hospital, I had some erectile dysfunction issues. Those gradually got better with some medical attention, but I seem to be left with a lasting problem. My penis has shrunk," the man wrote in a letter to Slate's "How To Do It" podcast.

"Before I got sick, I was above average, not huge, but definitely bigger than normal. Now I've lost about an inch and a half and become decidedly less than average."

Dr. Ashley Winter, a urologist in Oregon, confirmed to the podcast hosts that "COVID d--- is like a real thing."

Multiple studies have linked COVID-19 to erectile dysfunction and other reproductive health issues.



An Italian study last year found that 28% of men who contracted COVID-19 experienced issues with erectile dysfunction, while only 9.33% of men who hadn't contracted COVID-19 experienced the same issue.

Researchers at the University of Miami found that the "widespread blood vessel dysfunction, or endothelial dysfunction, that results from the COVID-19 infection could then contribute to erectile dysfunction."

"In our pilot study, we found that men who previously did not complain of erectile dysfunction developed pretty severe erectile dysfunction after the onset of COVID-19 infection," Dr. Ranjith Ramasamy, associate professor and director of the University of Miami's Reproductive Urology Program, said about the results.


A group of doctors, the Urologists United for Vaccination Education, put out a PSA in October encouraging men to get vaccinated, saying that men who have had COVID-19 are six times more likely to experience erectile dysfunction.

"Studies have shown that COVID can affect the blood vessels of the penis in a similar way that it affects the blood vessels of the lungs, preventing them from providing enough blood to the penis to cause an erection, and leading to permanent impotence," the group writes.

For men who have already had COVID-19 and are experiencing erectile dysfunction, Dr. Winter suggested using medicine like Cialis or Viagra, or even using extension devices that can add back length.

"These are easy things you can do at home, to either prevent shortening or actually get back length that you've lost," she told the podcast hosts.
Well this proves that China made the virus, they wanted everyone else to have small peckers too

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#11
Arlington Republican Activist, Vaccine Skeptic Dies of COVID-19 Complications

“Our dear friend Kelly Canon lost her battle with pneumonia today. Kelly will be forever in our hearts as a loyal and beloved friend and Patriot,” the post read. “Gone way too soon. We will keep her family in our prayers.”

Canon was recently hospitalized for COVID-19-related pneumonia, one of the most serious complications of the virus. Canon said on Facebook in November that her employer granted her religious exemption request, so she would not be required to get a vaccine.

A month ago, Canon attended a symposium in Burleson dedicated to fighting vaccine mandates, according to her Facebook posts. Attendees included Dallas physician and vaccine skeptic Dr. Peter McCullough, who previously said on a Fox News show that there’s “no clinical reason to go get vaccinated.”

https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/arling...s/2856327/
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(01-13-2022, 07:33 PM)zigbee Wrote: Dr. Ashley Winter, a urologist in Oregon, confirmed to the podcast hosts that "COVID d--- is like a real thing."

Ummm, yeah… LOL!
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