After taking Viagra, a UK nurse reportedly recovers from a COVID-19 coma

By: April Carson



According to a news source, she recovered from COVID-19 with the assistance of the little blue pill.


Monica Almeida, a 37-year-old fully immunized nurse in the UK, spent 28 days in a coma after being infected with COVID-19 and was just 72 hours away from having her ventilator switched off when she was saved by a "large dose of Viagra," according to the Lincolnite.


according to The Sun, Dr. Almeida, an asthma sufferer who has worked as a respiratory specialist for the United Kingdom's National Health Service in Lincolnshire, was diagnosed with the deadly virus on October 31, 2021.


The mother of two lost her sense of taste and smell four days later, after which she began coughing up blood and soon had a decrease in oxygen levels, according to the news source.


After being discharged from a hospital in Lincolnshire with a prescription but no treatment, her condition quickly deteriorated, and she was transferred to Lincoln County Hospital, where she had begun her career.


On November 9, a critically ill nurse was rushed to the resuscitation room and received oxygen before being admitted to the ICU. She was put into a medically induced coma for a week, according to Lincolnite.


However, before she went under, Almeida signed a consent form agreeing to participate in a research to test experimental medicines.


She was given Viagra, an erection medicine, about a week after being placed in a coma and her airways were opened, according to the news source.


“It was unquestionably the Viagra that helped me,” said Almeida. “Within a day or two, it opened up my airways and my lungs began to function normally again. If you consider how the drug works, it widens your blood vessels. I have asthma and my air sacs were in need of some widening.”



On Christmas Eve, the nurse was discharged from the hospital, and she was able to spend Christmas with her family — but her complete recovery might take several months, according to The Lincolnite.


It was excruciating, but the nurse in charge of her care was a former colleague, and the personnel could see how afraid I was and they were fantastic.” she told The Sun.

“I'm as sharp mentally as I've ever been, but I do become teary and irritated now and then. Physically, I am extremely weak and fragile, but resolved to recover.” Almeida continued.


When she came out of her coma, one of the medical persons joked with her.

“He informed me it was Viagra,” she recalled. “I thought he was kidding, but he assured me that I had received a significant dose of Viagra. It was my little Christmas gift from God.”


COVID-19 patients in the United Kingdom can get Viagra if they have agreed to participate in a trial of unproven medicines, according to The Sun.


According to the source, scientists are looking into whether erectile dysfunction medication can be utilized in the same way as nitric oxide inhalation, which boosts blood oxygen levels.


“I could have been gone at just 37 years old, but I suppose I was a bit of a monkey and kept on fighting,” Almeida concluded. She is recovering with her husband, Artur, and two sons, ages 9 and 14, at her home.


After being informed that she would have died if she hadn't been vaccinated, the grateful mother is urging people to get jabbed.


“There are people who claim the vaccine has caused deaths,” she said in an interview with the Sun.


“I'm not denying that there are people who become ill or die after receiving the vaccine,” Almeida continued. “But when we look at the number of fatalities in unvaccinated individuals, there is a huge message to get vaccinated.”


“I never imagined that I would be as sick as I was when I was 37 years old. This is something that has never happened to me, and it needs to be taken more seriously.”




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About the Blogger:


April Carson is the daughter of Billy Carson. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from Jacksonville University, where she was also on the Women's Basketball team. She now has a successful clothing company that specializes in organic baby clothes and other items. Take a look at their most popular fall fashions on bossbabymav.com


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