WATCH: Dr. Peter Attia Discusses CVS Pharmacy Blocking Fluvoxamine for Treating Covid-19

Dr. Peter Attia discusses CVS Pharmacies going against doctors prescriptions and blocking Fluvoxamine for treating Covid-19.

It’s alarming that people are making preventative medicine political, instead of just allowing doctors to do what they do, and that’s help patients.

“A JAMA study published in November of last year suggested that it had enormous efficacy in treating covid. A more rigorous trial was published in JAMA last month. That study included about 1,500 subjects evenly split and randomized to either a placebo or 100 mg of fluvoxamine twice a day for ten days…

The results were so overwhelming that the study was stopped prematurely. It resulted in a 66% reduction in hospitalization and a 91% reduction in death… When you consider this study and the previous study it seems pretty clear to me that fluvoxamine is a no-brainer when you are talking about treating patients with covid.”

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Kevin Mcsparren
Kevin Mcsparren
28 days ago

I appreciate the fact that we need to let doctors be doctors. One point that needs to be brought to light is that insurance companies have been in control of how a doctor may prescribe a medication for years. I continually fight with insurance companies be it through “step programs”(must try this this and this before being allowed the medication originally prescribed) or by limiting the dose allowed to take and tiered coverages/no coverage based on their formularies. We need to let Doctors and their Patients be in control of the course of action taken through prescribing medications for the… Read more »

Dave Levine
Dave Levine
28 days ago

Luvox/fluvoxamine is an anti-depressant that can cause memory loss, headache, nausea, diarrhea, dry mouth, dizziness, increased sweating, feeling nervous, restless, fatigued, or having trouble sleeping (insomnia). I’ll take Ivermectin before I ever take Luvox!