My Ivermectin Treatment Story
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#1484 Jun 11, 2013
VSS wrote:
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well, yes, the pharma knows about the resistance. that's why they created the topical ivermectin treatment for head lice.
the docs know, too. it's on the cdc website, as a first line treatment for scabies now.
We don't have anything like that here- iver in any form is Rx only. And we don't have a CDC. Not that it's any great loss considering the suffering is so widespread. There, now shoot this post down too.
FRED

Golden, CO

#1485 Jun 11, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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We don't have anything like that here- iver in any form is Rx only. And we don't have a CDC. Not that it's any great loss considering the suffering is so widespread. There, now shoot this post down too.
Catzillaa from Australia was buying Iver from some ranch/farm supply place in liquid form. She took it daily for 3 months and put it a shower cap and plastic bags around her feet when she slept. It didn't cure her though. Can you guess why?
misery_in_au

Kellyville, Australia

#1486 Jun 11, 2013
FRED wrote:
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Catzillaa from Australia was buying Iver from some ranch/farm supply place in liquid form. She took it daily for 3 months and put it a shower cap and plastic bags around her feet when she slept. It didn't cure her though. Can you guess why?
I forgot, you can buy the veterinary iver... Now, let me guess why it didn't cure. Our healthcare system absolutely sucks: treatment is the basic minimum to sustain life; anything not written in a book is never considered; doctors can't/won't treat anything out of the ordinary; doctors use the backwoods of Australia to get their hours up to go private or elsewhere and simply don't care; doctors won't consider treating with anything not specifically prescribed for a purpose; Catzilla had zero medical support and had to diagnose and treat herself (a common occurrence here). But yep, it would be....???

Since: Apr 13

Mountain View, CA

#1487 Jun 11, 2013
VSS wrote:
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Ivermectin works, but it all depends on your immunity.
After a while, if you continue to take it, your immunity becomes dependent on it. Stop taking it, and the mites are back with a vengence. So, you have to remove all mites and their eggs, for a complete recovery in a timely fashion.
You have to avoid stress.
You have to eat clean.
No drugs or alcohol.
Keep your environment mite free.
Many things to consider here. Most people get reinfected from their environment. Anyone who has pets and children, it will become more complicated.
It really doesn't matter what happened in this thread. Just know that this forum has people coming here who don't really care about other people's feelings or well being. This entire thread is a FARCE and some people who are messing around here. Misery in "Australia" is a nut job. She's very flowery in her postings and just be careful with some of the people on here. That's all I can say about this.
Check out the I am Cured thread. It contains alot of good information on curing yourself.
cleaning thread.
progress' scabies forum thread
ivermectin search on here
fred has some good information about going all natural, but it is a bit complicated. The quick cures come from the many threads on here, where other people have struggled with this. Fred is concentrating on the health from within, and his information is valuable for anyone who can't seem to shake this. It is not all inclusive, though.
I am experimenting with what will work better for me and my son, however I have written down all the tinctures Fred has listed in a post and will continue to read what he and some of the others suggest. Also, there is a lot of reading involved here, I have only read 50-60% of all the informative posts here, and lost more to read. In regards to healing from within, people that grow weary of eggs hatching semi-weekly are willing to try whatever may possibly work for them, you can't blame them. I see that different methods work great for some, even though its a temporary alleviation from the symptoms, whatever gets you through the day and helps you function easier I say.
FRED

Golden, CO

#1488 Jun 12, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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I forgot, you can buy the veterinary iver... Now, let me guess why it didn't cure. Our healthcare system absolutely sucks: treatment is the basic minimum to sustain life; anything not written in a book is never considered; doctors can't/won't treat anything out of the ordinary; doctors use the backwoods of Australia to get their hours up to go private or elsewhere and simply don't care; doctors won't consider treating with anything not specifically prescribed for a purpose; Catzilla had zero medical support and had to diagnose and treat herself (a common occurrence here). But yep, it would be....???
I remember Catzillaa making a post about having to have some dental surgery and she wondered if the mites had gotten into her jaw. If you research Babesia then you'll find one of the areas it focuses in is the jaw bone.This is also an area of focus for Bartonella infections. During my recovery and associated with my own herxheimer reaction I had a few toothaches. They were the kind of toothaches you would go to the dentist for but I understood what was happening. When the infections were cleared from those areas the pain went completely away. Babesia and babesia like organisms and Bartonella and bartonella like organisms are common co-infections of "lyme". I don't like to call it lyme I like to call it multiple infection syndrome.
FRED

Golden, CO

#1489 Jun 12, 2013
Itchy99 wrote:
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I am experimenting with what will work better for me and my son, however I have written down all the tinctures Fred has listed in a post and will continue to read what he and some of the others suggest. Also, there is a lot of reading involved here, I have only read 50-60% of all the informative posts here, and lost more to read. In regards to healing from within, people that grow weary of eggs hatching semi-weekly are willing to try whatever may possibly work for them, you can't blame them. I see that different methods work great for some, even though its a temporary alleviation from the symptoms, whatever gets you through the day and helps you function easier I say.
Before you get yourself in trouble mixing and matching a bunch of stuff that may result in interactions make sure you understand completely the information on the whole thread that i posted . If you don't understand it completely and what to expect and how to use the three major components of the system and how they work together to attain an end result then you should not use any of what I outlined. You have to understand that the herxheimer phase wil last two months or longer and if you don't do everything right then you will be herxing needlessly and will not clear the infections. Then you will have to repeat the herxing later on when you decide to commit to an effective treatment. If you don't understand everything I posted on this thread then don't do any of it.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...
FRED

Golden, CO

#1490 Jun 12, 2013
misery_in_au

Winston Hills, Australia

#1491 Jun 12, 2013
FRED wrote:
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I remember Catzillaa making a post about having to have some dental surgery and she wondered if the mites had gotten into her jaw. If you research Babesia then you'll find one of the areas it focuses in is the jaw bone.This is also an area of focus for Bartonella infections. During my recovery and associated with my own herxheimer reaction I had a few toothaches. They were the kind of toothaches you would go to the dentist for but I understood what was happening. When the infections were cleared from those areas the pain went completely away. Babesia and babesia like organisms and Bartonella and bartonella like organisms are common co-infections of "lyme". I don't like to call it lyme I like to call it multiple infection syndrome.
You may have something there. Odd as it may sound (as I thought it primarily a USA-specific disease), I know of someone who was recently diagnosed with Lyme disease here.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#1492 Jun 12, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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You may have something there. Odd as it may sound (as I thought it primarily a USA-specific disease), I know of someone who was recently diagnosed with Lyme disease here.
You might want to get a hold of these people;

http://www.lymedisease.org.au/about-lyme-dise...

The Lyme Disease Association of Australia

Actually if you read veterinarian reports it appears as epidemic.

It's not that I may have something, I've understood the implications and nature of this for about 6 months now, it's just convincing the people here who refuse to believe.
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#1493 Jun 12, 2013
Thanx... didn't even know it existed. Interesting reading.
Queen of Outer Space

East Elmhurst, NY

#1494 Jun 12, 2013
VSS, it's possible I am using a proxy server. I use one to read European newspapers on line, and sometimes the connection stays, even though I "disconnet". This is why it looks like I am posting from a place in Europe.

But so what?

You're not nice at all accusing me of not being sincere. I'd like to know if that is how anyone else feels.

I already explained why I chose my screen name (hint: look up the movie), and I've been pretty quiet here only offering a bit of personal experience now and then. I suffered greatly from some manner of skin bugs, but I have cured myself. And I shared.

If you think I'm not sincere, then it is your loss.
Rooster06

Richmond, CA

#1495 Jun 13, 2013
I've tried washing my body with a solution (6 drops each) of Lavender oil, Tea Tree oil, Eucalyptus oil, and Rosemary oil combined with hot water containing Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap (castile soap w/Eucalyptus) and Sal3 bar soap (3% Salicylic Acid & Sulfur 10%) at night--before going to bed and in the morning. It seems to provide the best temporary relief; however, it can dry the skin after a couple of applications. So, it's best to use some Aloe Vera lotion (probably in the morning) to keep one's skin from becoming too dry and itchy. The best solution for scabies is Ivermectin, but one has to have a doctor who is willing to provide prophylaxis refills or back-to-back refills (2 - 4 or more) for "stubborn cures."

http://sal3.com/

Since: Apr 13

Mountain View, CA

#1496 Jun 13, 2013
FRED wrote:
Gotcha, like I said I have more reading to do. I don't plan on doing any experimenting unless I understand the proper order and doses in which to take the tinctures etc. Ty for the response, unfortunately between work and getting my son situated when I get home, I am up till the wee hours of the morning sometimes, I have to dedicate more reading and focus time to the posts.
Queen of Outer Space

East Elmhurst, NY

#1497 Jun 13, 2013
Rooster,

I soak in various bug baths -- 1 tub of warm water + 3 quarts HP 3%.

1 tub of warm water + 2 cups Borax powder.

1 tub of warm water + a combo of the above.

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1 tub of warm water + 2 cups Dead Sea Salts.

While I have really gotten rid of DEMODEX on my face, I know they are easy to catch and difficult to kill. So a weekly soak I believe is good to get rid of a large population of the damn bugs.

Since the same things seem to work for scabies as for demodex these are very worth trying. I found the soaks even got rid of my "normal" underarm odor. That shiz may actually be caused by bugs shedding bacteria! Oh, man. You read it here first.

PLUS the soaks are nice on muscles after a workout.
Hope

Canada

#1498 Jun 13, 2013
I think what helped most for me is when I applied DE and left it on for 3 days straight. Also the DE transferred into my bed so I didn't have to go crazy and wash everything everyday plus it would kills the critters in my bed. I also used the liquid ivermectrin 2.5 ml every 3 or 4 days for about 3 weeks.
After, I guess because my immune system was down or a reaction from the pests I developed Malassezia and it feels just like a mite infection. I finally was prescribed an effective shampoo prescribed by the DR and use it as a hair and body wash. It's called Stieprox. Also to help combat this I've changed to a healthy diet (basically staying away from refined foods) see gaps diet and adding probiotics via food and suppliments.
Also for some reason bugs really hate Dawn dish soap.
Yes the soaks QoOS suggests would definately help. I soak in sea or epson salts with baking soda to draw the impurieties out of my body through the skin. Borax HP is good used for killing bugs.
TC Everyone!
Hope

Canada

#1499 Jun 13, 2013
I also started eating Food Grade DE (natural and high in minerals) and kills all kinds of parasites via blood. I still take DE orally mixed with a bit of water.
Hope

Canada

#1500 Jun 13, 2013
Let me clarify the Ivermectrin. 2.5 ml (1/2 tsp)for my body weight. The instruction for weight come with the bottle you can buy at livestock feed store or pet supply. Dilute it with water and take orally.
The Food Grade DE can be found at a garden center.
David

Albuquerque, NM

#1502 Jun 13, 2013
Hey guys give me some feed back how much can i take of ivermetiin on each day without kill myself once a week does not work email [email protected]
Hope

Canada

#1503 Jun 14, 2013
Also something else that gave temporary relief was to smother your skin with oil, kills them right away, you'll see them come out of your skin dead but I guess it didn't work for the eggs.
David, the recommended dose works but the key is to take it every 3rd day to kill the new hatchlings because that's how long it stays in your system & liver.
Hope

Canada

#1504 Jun 14, 2013
Any oil, olive, baby, even canola....

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