MagicPharma Down Till November 9

MagicPharma Down Till November 9

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Infested

Auburn, NY

#1 Oct 29, 2008
I was hoping to order some Stromectol from MagicPharma today, only to find the following message:

"IMPORTANT NOTICE: MAGICPHARMA.COM WILL BE CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS UNTIL 09 November 2008 AND WILL NOT ACCEPT NEW ORDERS UNTIL THEN."

It's too bad there isn't another (human) source of this stuff anywhere. Which dosage do you usually order for adult dosage (3, 6, or 12mg)? My weight fluctates between 120-125, and my husband 175-180.
Itty Bitty Critters

Deerfield Beach, FL

#2 Oct 29, 2008
just take the zero off of the pounds, and there you have your dosage. for example, 180 pounds is (take the zero off) 18 mg.
125 pounds, take the zero off and you have 12 mg. or 13 mg. it's always better to be on the larger side of the dosage, as you want enough in your bloodstream to do the job.
i've ordered ivermectin from livestock companies online.
Angel

Dalian, China

#3 Oct 29, 2008
Really? It is too bad. I also want to order some Stromectol from MagicPharma too.
Infested

Auburn, NY

#4 Oct 29, 2008
Thanks for the calculation shortcut, Itty Bitty. As mathematically challenged as I am this tidbit of widsom is much appreciated. We've got a feed store here where I can get Iver injectible. I'm hoping I can hold out until MagicPharma reopens. Still blows me away MagicPharma is the only place to get the human-grade stuff. Ridiculous!

Hi Angel. I see I'm not the only one! Great minds and all....lol!
Angel

Dalian, China

#5 Oct 30, 2008
Hi Infested, I found a online pharmacy which sells Stromectol,I'm not sure if it is reliable and I do not want to try it.

The link is :http://drugsataglance.com/ite m.php?group_id=51&id=817
Infested

Auburn, NY

#6 Oct 30, 2008
Thanks for researching that, Angel! Amazingly, they're not asking for a prescription. But they are on the pricey side and they can keep their viagra sample...lol.

Has anyone tried this pharmacy yet?
http://drugsataglance.com/ite m.php?group_id=51&id=817
Angel

Dalian, China

#7 Oct 30, 2008
Infested wrote:
Thanks for researching that, Angel! Amazingly, they're not asking for a prescription. But they are on the pricey side and they can keep their viagra sample...lol.
You are welcome.
Yes, their price is much higher than MagicPharmacy.
Mathman

Holden, MA

#8 Oct 31, 2008
Hi all,
Does magicpharma require a prescription to order ivermectin?

As for dosage doctors use this: 200micrograms/kilogram of weight. So 180 lbs. is about 80 kg. so something close to 16mg would work.

Since: Oct 08

Auburn, NY

#9 Oct 31, 2008
Hi Mathman. Thanks for the calculation shortcut. MP doesn't require a prescription. I've yet to order from them, but apparently they're legitimate if on the slow side. Expect up to a two-week wait for delivery.
Angel

Dalian, China

#10 Oct 31, 2008
Mathman wrote:
Hi all,
Does magicpharma require a prescription to order ivermectin?
I just asked this question to magicpharma, their response is:
"If you do not carry a prescription, you can fill out the Free Medical Report (Questionnaire) during checkout."
Scabies3

Deerfield Beach, FL

#11 Oct 31, 2008
Mathman wrote:
Hi all,
Does magicpharma require a prescription to order ivermectin?
As for dosage doctors use this: 200micrograms/kilogram of weight. So 180 lbs. is about 80 kg. so something close to 16mg would work.
180 lbs. is 18 mg. of ivermectin.
Welty

AOL

#12 Nov 2, 2008
I think it is a topical that will treat this, sulfer, Eurax, Ascabisol, Perm, etc. If you like Iver, I have noticed that it seems to curb this as a topical with Injectible Iver mixed with Proplene Glycol, both items are at feed stores. They used this formula of Iver and P. Glycol in Columbia on families with success - there is an article if you Google Ivermectin and Columbian Families. Intestingly, I don't think the actual pour on formula of Iver worked nearly as well on me, and it has some kind of waterproofer, and it doesn't seem to aborb as well, so I don't recommend it,$$$ down the drain, but anyway, I've treated a few areas with this P. Gylcol and your dose of Injectible Iver. It certainly buys a good week. Cure? I don't know if Iver anything is a cure by itself. I am always on the threashhold, but when I withhold the Iver for over ten days, it's back. I've been all but cured for six months. In Columbia they made this formula and treated several families with Iver and Propelene Gylcol mixture as a topical. They sell gallons of Propelene Glycol at feed stores.(You don't need a gallon of PG, but that's the only size they sell, dang them. You really only need a few spoonfuls.(Do not get Ethlene Glyclol from an auto store or other antifreeze, that is Poison, and not the same thing at all!) Propelene Glycol is also in common use as a food preservative and is used in making lotions. It feels a little like KY. Maybe another possibility, but don't want to try anything $$$, that hasn't worked for somebody. Anyway, you mix the propelene glycol with your dose of Iver. You don't really need the propelene as much except as an extender that absorbs readily). You don't want to go over your dose with the Iver, which is 400ug/kg as a topical. It's about double an oral dose. But don't forget this is a med that has a dose, a limit! If you used pure Iver it wouldn't cover the affected areas without going over your dose, I'm pretty sure, and you need to cover the affected areas. Also buy several pet syringes to draw up the Iver injectible so the bottle will stay free of bacteria, draw it out this way. Animal syringes are about a dime apiece. And in a week apply again. Don't use this daily it won't speed up anything. Don't bathe for 24 hours, let it work. I don't even know why I think Iver is a cure, because of so many people on the site using it as a first line thing and getting major relief, but not getting cured. I think it's an aid, but I really think other topicals are shorter and sweeter. P.S. I used Eurax and see why it works. It's so sticky that mites can't move. I like whole body treatments and the Iver propelene isn't one. I don't know that it is a cure like they claim in that article, but it certainly gets the itchy areas for a good week. I did just try Eurax. It only it wasn't so sticky. Sigh. It works, but it takes three days and I didn't do my scalp because it's so sticky. Guess what, hair is itchy today. Just slightly. Dang. I think that I could keep this under control with the Iver forever, but I want to be cured for good! But anyway, don't rely on Iver except as more of a treatment that's a good one. Use the topical of your choice as a full body treatment in addition for the best results.
Welty

AOL

#13 Nov 2, 2008
P.S. Maybe if you don't have a pet or a husband who is haphazard about this then you will have better results. My husband hates any topicals. He is half South American and half European. I just read that New World peoples have a much better immune for warding off parasites than Europeans, and that could explain why he doesn't feel these to the same extent at all. Europeans have the advantage for viruses, like smallpox, influenza, etc, so that's why the Spaniards made the new world people so ill. So maybe that's why my husband just isn't itching like my cat and I. He does have little bumps, he does scatch. But not like us. And maybe why we're not getting better, because he doesn't realize what we are going through and doesn't treat and I've caught him rewearing clothes and won't treat the car after driving. He does take Iver about every ten days. That's it. So, maybe other peoople will have better luck than I will with anything they try. The Perm did work on me. But my husband didn't use it. So back. Eurax, same thing, also I missed my scalp. Sigh. So I have to consider that maybe Iver does work if you don't have pet or a husband that doesn't really follow protocol, and could be a carrier. My pet should be less of a problem with the sulfer Lymdyp, hopefully. Sigh.
Mite Killer

United States

#14 Nov 2, 2008
Welty, I think you are getting reinfected from you husband. If he has bumps and is itchy, he probably has mites on him. Maybe these mites are more attracted to you but at the very least your husband is probably a fomite.

And you know that environment and everyone, including pets and husbands, must treated at the same time. Sesame seed dressing is pretty good on oriental salads.
Mathman

Worcester, MA

#15 Nov 2, 2008
If anyone is interested here are some things that I have learned from these dam bugs:
1. Laundry should be washed at a temperature of !30 deg. F or 54 deg. C. Clothes just aren't clean at any temp. less than this.
2. Stay away from mineral oil. This is what doctors should use when diagnosing scabies. I saw 12 doctors. One scrapped, no oil. 11 did nothing. If you have scabies in your hands and use mineral oil then whatever you touch will have scabies on it. It is now difficult to clean.
3. If, and it sounds like some of you are, heavily infested, then you will need more than one or two uses of any type of scabicide. I had these bugs for 3 years before I found a doctor that would continue prescribing permethrin until they are gone. Still trying to get rid of them. Just much better each year.
4. Sleep loss creates some real havoc with brain function. Using memory is a problem. I had to drop out of school because of it. After 7 years of killing scabies, still not quite myself. Almost there.
5. I had bumps on my back and the doctor thought nothing of it, or at least he didn't say anything. Doctors know less about this infestation than I do. I had burrows in my eyes and they thought I was crazy. These bugs don't fool around. When they saturate an area of your body they move on to fresh ground. This means that they will find your face.
6. Typically, the animal version is not supposed to migrate to humans.
7. Everyone should get cleaned at the same time, whether your using ivermectin, permethrin, or some other scabicide.
If everything in the house is not clean, or thrown out, you will get re-infested. They live on everything, that you touch, sit on, sleep on and eat on, I have tried many cleansers and very few give good results. Mr. Clean and windex, sometimes help. But when I use a keyboard for a while they seem to be more difficult to get rid of.

Thanks for the MagicPharm info. When I get into my new place I will try them.
And yes I would go up to 18 mg. as I am 180 lbs.
The formula is weight in lbs/2.2 = weight in Kg.
See ya later,
poll

Tel Aviv, Israel

#16 Dec 6, 2008
magicpharma.com open now and ivermecitin is really cheap and deliverd quickly, no need for rx for this medicine

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