Things to think about if you are given a positive test and are sent home to isolate.
If you have the time please watch this video from Dr Roger Seheult
Ways to reduce your viral load, lower chances of a bad outcome and turn your lateral flow negative. Use antiviral gargle and nasal spray as a prophylaxis if exposed to carriers – after travelling etc.
This is not a substitute for medical advice! (but we do it and we’re both doctors. Never tested +ve)
Gargle with mouthwash (containing CPC 0,07%). In vitro and early clinical trials at university of Wales and NIH
Oxygen saturation monitor. Keep above 93%. Should be 99%
Pronation. Lying face down drains lungs best.
The Health Factory ENT Nano Zinc & Silver Nasal Spray Ears (Eyes) Nose Throat 15 millilitres 150 sprays https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CR8K5GH/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_oaX6Fb21S51KS
Steam inhalations (viruses are heat sensitive). Your grandmother used friar’s balsam, but it was the steam that killed the viruses causing pneumonia….
NB This is not intended in any way to be a substitute for proper medical advice. If your oxygen saturation is below 93% you should telephone 111
PS 40% of throat swabs are false negatives!