So I’ve read a thread here on curezone dating back some years on subcutaneous injection of ivermectin due to some being unable to absorb the medication. On a whim I googled this possibility and not only is it true that parasites
create small bowel obstruction and paralytic Ileus preve ting the oral absorption of ivermectin but that subcutaneous injections have resolved the parasitic infection. And this information was from 2015. Here I am taking these meds and they really haven’t been altering my condition by much.
This is an excerpt from one study. Below I will post two links.
better’.Published experience of subcutaneousivermectin use
There are 17 published reports of subcutaneous ivermectin use in20 patients with Strongyloides infections, summarized inTab l e 1.3–19In all cases, patients had severe strongyloidiasis orhyperinfection, and many had failed to improve with oral albenda-zole or ivermectin. The subcutaneous doses used varied from75 mg/kg/day4to 285 mg/kg/day5; however, the majority of stud-ies used 200 mg/kg/day on alternate days. Treatment courselength was generally dictated by clinical response and variedfrom 3 doses6to 11 doses.7Of the 20 patients described in these case reports, ninesurvived treatment and were considered to have beencured.5–8,11 –14,16Seven patients achieved microbiological ‘cure’but died of complications or other comorbidities after treat-ment.4,8,10,15,17,18Four patients died during treatment.
Let’s discuss this before jumping in. I want to try this at least at small doses. Two patients did 200 uh per day. Half in one arm and half I. The other. I’ve read a thread of someone infecting it in the fat portion of their stomach. It was extremely painful. I was hoping someone would know the dosage of 200 up in the injection form of ivermectin that is sold for cattle has the same dosage as for us. I understand we dose similar to horses excluding the weight Ofcourse.
This all fact finding. I will post me results but would like to know of other experiences or information on this matter.