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Covid Info


COVID Protocols for Exposure and Illness

If you have tested positive for COVID or have symptoms following exposure, it is important to quarantine yourself to prevent further spread. Day 1 of quarantine begins AFTER the day you were exposed. Below are the guidelines for EXPOSURE to COVID according to the CDC.

Fully Vaccinated Individuals:

  • No quarantine necessary if asymptomatic 
  • Test within 5 days of exposure 
  • Wear a mask for 10 days following exposure
  • Watch for symptoms for 10 days

~If you become symptomatic isolate for 5 days~

Partial Vaccinated or Unvaccinated Individuals:

  • Quarantine and wear a mask around others in your household for 5 days
  • Test within 5 days of exposure
  • Wear a mask for 10 days following exposure
  • Watch for symptoms for 10 days

~If you become symptomatic isolate for 5 days.~


Pregnancy & COVID

The most important thing is to keep things clean and from spreading:

  • Designate your own bathroom, disinfect after each use
  • Wash hands often
  • Wear a mask around other household members.

Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

Once you have tested positive for COVID from a PCR test (NOT RAPID OR AT HOME TEST) you may be eligible for monoclonal antibodies. These types of antibodies help fight COVID faster. However, resources are limited, and getting treatment may be difficult. Click on the link below to learn more about this treatment and how to schedule an appointment if you are eligible.


COVID Hotline: 877-268-2926


Things to do once you’ve tested positive

Notify our office during normal business hours. Our office will offer monthly growth ultrasounds following a COVID positive test. We also provide telehealth appointments for your prenatal care.

Things to do at home:

- Vitamin C 1,000-2,000 mg twice a day

- Vitamin D# 10,000 IU once a day

- Zinc 25-50 mg one tablet daily

- Quercetin 1000mg daily

- NAC 1200 mg

- Low dose Aspirin 81 mg

- Betadine or H202 1oz (10 drops in a nasal rinse type device)

- Stay hydrated. 8-10 glasses a day. More if vomiting or diarrhea. Urine should be colorless.

- Tylenol 1,000 mg every 6 hours is appropriate

- Robitussin DM-breastfeeding

- Mucinex-breastfeeding

- Cough Drops (refer to safe medications list at www.lonetreeobgyn.com)

- Humidifier/Nasal Spray

Be purposeful and walk around every few hours. While sitting take a deep breath for 10 seconds, hold your breath for 10 seconds and exhale. Repeat as much as you can up to 10 times. This can result in coughing which is expected to clear your lungs. If you have compression socks, now is a good time to use them.


When to call the office:

  • Experiencing contractions
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Decreased fetal movement

When to go to the ED:

  • Shortness of Breath
  • Chest Pain
  • Uncontrollable fever (>100.4 that does not respond to Tylenol 1 hour after taking)


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