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Re: ivermectin


ivermectin eating my words....I did find one parasitic disease that is regularly dose with ivermectin in frequency...strongyloides? viwed to be a potentially lifetime disease and lethal especially if steroids are ever used, however, to dose in this manner it would be my thoughts you would want to somehow manage to get a confirmed diagnosis??

new researching, ivermectin is better systemically absorbed followed with a high fat meal (2.5 fold increase compared to empty stomach followed by no meal) and lasts in the body with a half life of 18 hours, giving it potential to build up in the body when dosed frequently.....while it is a bit hard to do, I did find a case of ivermectin overdose due to build up of higher doses......

http://www.antigifcentrum.be/sites/default/files/imce/Poster_Ivermectin_vs03b_2014.pdf

https://www.merck.com/product/usa/pi_circulars/s/stromectol/stromectol_pi.pdf

it can affect the CNS in humans at high doses and frequent doses, even though at regular and cautious dosing it has no affect due to poor penetration of the blood brain barrier, however it is like many drugs including Antibiotics , in effort to treat the brain doses are often increased and administered with greater frequency in effort to achieve treatment to the brain...attempting to treat the CNS without a professionals guidance could be akin to suicide, I wouldnt do it...I do not in any way recommend it, this was posted with the intent of caution and information for those who take high and frequent doses of things, not as a recommendation.

It is wise to know the half life and dosing parameters of your chosen meds to prevent systemic build up creating unintentional over dose as well....you always want to know side effects, never take more than the approximate highest recommended dosing, and the half life means it is halfway out of your body, so as above the average for how long ivermectin is supposed to fully leave the body would be appx 36 hours....slowly reducing from therapeutic dose at appx 18 hours, I did not read up if this was different for people with liver or kidney issues that might make it last longer in their body.....???
 

 
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