STARTING TODAY: Monoclonal Antibodies Available To ALL Pregnant Women Who Test Positive, Others Also Eligible

As severe cases of Covid-19 continue rising, particularly among young, pregnant women, monoclonal antibody treatments are being made available for all pregnant women who have tested positive for the virus, in addition to other high-risk patients, such as the elderly or those with underlying medical conditions.

Pregnant women who test positive may receive a script for monoclonal antibodies from their obstetrician and receive the treatment at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch. Monmouth Medical Center will follow the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) guidelines for this treatment.

It is vital that the treatment is given as soon after the infection as possible, so if one suspects that they have become infected, it is crucial that they get tested immediately and begin the treatment as soon as possible if they are eligible.

The therapy consists of lab-created antibodies being administered to the patient which effectively stops the virus in its tracks.

Monoclonal antibody therapies have been used on many high-profile figures, including President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Chris Christie, and others, with fantastic results.

Besides for pregnant women, there are many who are eligible to receive the treatment, including the elderly and those with certain underlying conditions. See the graphic below for the list of those who are eligible.

If you are in need of more information, please reach out to Bikur Cholim of Lakewood at 732-905-3020 for help with getting the treatment.

For general information about monoclonal antibody treatment, please call the COVID Plasma Initiative at 828-4-PLASMA.

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  1. If the infusion starts to hurt, please yell for a nurse immediately. Obviously, some of your medication is actually not going into the right place.

  2. can someone explain what this treatment is, and should we be afraid of potential side effects in the baby? Is there a risk to the baby if a pregnant woman gets covid?

  3. we need more vaccines and a better system for getting them out to the communities, the vulnerable, and those who are in crowded situations. if someone uses mass transit to commute, or works at the food bank, they can’t just take a year off. they need vaccines. so do the teachers and the league instructors. and those who service the food industry also, we can’t just skip eating for the next half a year until the governor can get some more doses in to the state.

  4. Ms, Covid could possibly be dangerous to the baby because the hot body temperature caused by fever can possibly affect the baby. Also, chv in severe cases, the baby will need to be delivered to save the mother – no matter how early it is.
    I think these risks would certainly outweigh any unknown risks of the treatment.

  5. Also, since the baby is completely dependent on its mother for oxygen, if the mother’s oxygen level goes down, the developing baby may also be deprived of oxygen…

  6. Please email me at [email protected] for the safest approach for pregnancy or anything else related to covid or you could call Somech.. Both the vaccine and monocolonial antibiodies are not FDA approved and have potential risks. People have lost their babies from the vaccine and and they also had miscarriages from covid. There have also been a lot of deaths reported from the vaccine

    • I am a little confused.
      You are saying that the vaccine is not FDA approved.
      How is that possible, millions of people here in USA and also in Israel already got the vaccine. All the governments are pushing it. I am sure it got approved. Maybe I did not understand which vaccine are you talking about.

  7. The vaccine is not FDA approved. It was given Emergency Use authorization (EUA) you could look on cdc website. You can look at the VAERS report which lists SOME of the deaths and effects that have occured as a result of both vaccines and I actually heard stories from people on the frontlines in Israel. THe truth will come out, but it may take a long time.

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