Daily use of ivermectin for how long?

  • Daily use of ivermectin for how long?

    Posted by Bryce golwalla on June 4, 2024 at 1:54 pm EDT

    I have been following the protocol for long covid Ivermectin daily dose for at least two months, curious the total duration fellow long haulers are taking beyond the two months from the protocol? I have tried getting off of it to see how I feel and the symptoms immediately set back in.

    vegandan replied 1 week, 3 days ago 6 Members · 6 Replies
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  • vegandan

    June 4, 2024 at 4:03 pm EDT

    Many factors can have an impact on long covid symptoms and all the therapeutics one uses, including IVM. If weaning off of IVM your body is telling you no don’t stop, then I would listen to your body. One person’s ability to get off IVM may be totally different than your ability. Most likely your body is still dealing with the spike protein. Your particular situation may be dose and duration dependent in order to clear the spike floating around your body. The FLCCC usually has a range of recommended dosages. I would consider upping the daily dosage and or increasing the duration. With the safety profile of IVM being so good, I would not be concerned about making a long term commitment to using IVM for a long while. Personally I am taking a low dose of 6mg every other day as a prohpy to have IVM rummaging around my body looking for something to attack. Not a medical pro so grain of salt.

  • Elaine Jones

    June 5, 2024 at 6:58 pm EDT

    Hi there! I have been on 18 mg of Ivermectin for 3 months now for covid vaccine injury; have been VERY ill for 9 months with chronic debilitating fatigue, POTS and new onset of auto immune sjogrens. I am on other multiple modalities, but after only 1 month of Ivermectin I started to have a herxmeir reaction which I attributed to the Ivermectin working in an effort to release the spike protein and start repair of my major inflammatory response. all that being said, I am about 25% better (I am no longer bed ridden) and I plan on continuing Ivermectin for quite some time. I wish any one reading this the best of healing; this has been a nightmare for me and many days I longed for God to take me home. I have renewed strength now and hope and am very appreciative of the FLCCC and all it is doing for us. elaine

    • Karen_flccc

      June 5, 2024 at 7:30 pm EDT

      Thank you for sharing your experience and that you are seeing improvement. My daughter has POTS (from Ehlers-Danlos, not related to Covid) and it’s a tough condition to deal with.

  • mad-dog-melvin

    June 8, 2024 at 10:20 am EDT

    I’m vaccine injured and have been on daily ivermectin since February 2024. Prior to Feb, I was on it several times a week for prevention. Given the turbo cancers that have been appearing in those with multiple vaccines, and the work that is being done with ivermectin and cancer ( see FLCCC 2024 conference and the specific presentation about cancer patient #1), I will probably stay on ivermectin the rest of my life.

  • Murray Stanton

    June 9, 2024 at 12:40 am EDT

    Hello, I am a brand new member and first off I apologize that maybe I haven’t done enough homework. But I am feeling very rushed as I await surgery. I was diagnosed with “Squamous cell carcinoma” in my right submandibular neck lymph Node region. I had a petscan that inticated no other regions effected at this point. They are prosing a neck dissection.

    I have been trying to figure out the dose of Ivermectin that would to my best interest. I am also struggling to find a proper way of administer the dose.

    To this point I have only been able to administer by way of an injectable cattle/sheep version by taking it orally. This paticular product contains 10mg/ml. My weight is about 85kg and I have been taking the equivalent of 30mg daily. But when I take this dose for more than two or three days I am somewhat dizzy and my peripheral vision is not good.

    Would anyone beable to point me in the right direction.



  • vegandan

    June 9, 2024 at 10:42 am EDT

    My suggestion would be to abandon the injectable and secure some 6mg tabs of IVM. At your weight the standard dose would be 18mg per day. And I would spread it out at 6mg every 8 hours with a meal. The side effects should go away after a few days. Try to get a prescription would be the fastest way locally but if not that then try a TN pharmacy. Ordering from India will take too long. Good luck on your surgery.

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