Nearly two months after revealing he tested positive for Covid-19, former Bachelor star Colton Underwood is not only on the road to recovery, he is donating plasma to Children’s Hospital Colorado.
In March, Underwood was diagnosed with the respiratory disease that has put much of the world on lockdown for the past 4 months.
After being diagnosed, Underwood revealed that his primary symptoms were headaches, body aches and night sweats. “The moment where it sort of turned for the worst was shortness of breath mixed with a cough that made it impossible for me to breathe, in a way, so that was the scariest moment,” he said in an interview shortly after his diagnosis.
Underwood says he took a Z-Pack and the anti-malarial drugs that were recently authorized by the FDA, although their effects have not yet been proven. “The ones that, very early on, the president said had very good results for everybody that had the coronavirus,” Underwood shared, noting that he is not a medical professional, and was only sharing his specific experience, which, luckily, was successful.
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