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Re: Great article on combined Doxy and ivermectin use
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Re: Great article on combined Doxy and ivermectin use

This is interesting, they have already been using doxy in cases of microfilaria, as a means of preventing their reproduction, they learned that in tests in foreign nations where they are trying to prevent elephantiasis, they basically sterilize the adult worms reproductive tract so it cannot reproduce or not so proliferatively anyways, then use ivermectin yearly to keep the micro babies knocked down......I wonder what the goal is in the dogs? wont they have embolism when the adults die anyways just the same as the other medicine they use now? I dont understand what the benefit is they are after? when the worm dies in the heart that is going to be a problem regardless..???

as for the adult cidal action, it says they noticed degradation of the gut wall in the worms, there is a lipid film that protects the worms from acids and alkalis, which is what makes it so hard to kill them is that protective coat, not to mention they also blend with the hosts chemistry somehow to prevent detection reducing the immune response and making it harder to get diagnosed and discovered as having a parasite in the first place......wonder if the Antibiotic not only kills the bacteria needed for reproduction but also kills their gut flora (I cant remember if it said it had to be IVM and doxy to get those results?)then the gut gets paralyzed without its little probiotics to shelter it?? just a fun little theory guess there?? lol...

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