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blackcat
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can someone let me know what the dose and dosing regimen for ivermectin is. i searched on here but couldnt find it.

thanks for your help!

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Hi Blackcat,

can you tell me why you are using it? If you think it's going to do something for the lyme I can tell you it won't do a thing... Tried it and it didn't touch it.

If you are under the mistaken impression that the creepy crawleys is caused by scabies you would also be wrong. It's caused by demyelination. [Eek!]

http://www.healthline.com/multumcontent/ivermectin

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http://www.medscape.com/druginfo/dosage?drugid=1122&drugname=Ivermectin+Oral&monotype=default

Please read the cautionary info on this drug.

Blessings,

Julia

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no, julia

i believe that many of us are infected with filarial nematodes which ticks have also been found to carry.

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I don't know where you live, but in the US I don't think the FDA has approved ivermetcin for the use in humans.

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