We're at least (miles apart) but pretty much in the same situation, as far as being sick
I hate that, lol. There's like nothing my immune system can't crack, but THIS??? It's like a flu/"cold." and NONE of my home therapies, remedies work. SoOOooo....
I haven't been sick in decades (literally)! I've been or at least the immune system has decreased by at least 80% ( I do that via brokerage past/mutual funds, etc.).
However, I've come across things by going through it that DO in fact happen to work, but it's like you're so weak it can be hard to make the stuff over and over, so I make batches.
I don't know what or how to say (anymore) what's appropriate, but just to come out and say what I'M DOING...
Sorry if that's not PC (really sorry). But for like Urinary track and such - I can't remember the name of the paper. Test that (on your own) see where you stand.
Second, baking soda, in soups, drinks, etc, juices...I put just a tad to reduce acidity.
Eating? What I have limits appetite and unfortunately has issues elsewhere, so...Bananas and a simple piece of dry toast (I'm not big on antibiotics or shots) reason being, my body is a biological computer and like a chess game recognizes invasions.
The norm - vegetable soup, etc. depends, I've found on the acidity of the urine just by using my "Stuff." Lessens Dr. bills.
From there balancing that acidity helps greatly, along with some other elements.
Chicken soup may work for upset stomach, minus the carbs but with the salt.
After (I wish I could write articles like this, lol) that, seeing where the acidity in the urine is, go from there and move on to CRAVINGS. We have a "hardrive" in there somewhere that helps the good-guys beat the bad ones, AKA the VIRUSES!
After what I've been through and a 2 thousand dollar med bill - I can actually get information out to what helps and what doesn't do a thing!
One thing that pops into my mind is Steroid Injection...I had one when I had the rashes and boils, however, I also had head to toe bites which ate down to the bone (gross I know, but I'm still here).