Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#88 Oct 4, 2012
Bozo wrote:
One more thing you may want to know. It takes approximately one month for the human body to completely metabolize and excrete Ivermectin from its system. Thus, dosing at two week intervals, keeps an effective level of the medication in the body.
Two doses was all I required. My guess is that if you have taken three doses at two week intervals and continue to have symptoms, it's not working for you. Back to the drawing board.
One definition of insanity is repeating the same behavior over and over, each time expecting a different result.
It takes about a week for the body to completely eliminate iver. from your system, NOT a month... It is pretty much useless after about 48 hours. Does NOT continue to work for two full weeks. Your posts are good, pretty close, but you have been corrected, BOZO.
woolworthswin

Plympton, Australia

#89 Oct 5, 2012
Exelpet ezy-dose monthly for dogs is 100% ivermectin, slather on purina flea treatment (do ur dog too lol)its permethrin-if ur really game, or fed up as i am-have desert with ur pooch and chuck down purina dog worm chocolate-is extra dose of permethrin! Its cheapest u will ever find and at woolworths! good luck!
Bozo

Bangkok, Thailand

#90 Oct 6, 2012
Virtual Scabies wrote:
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It takes about a week for the body to completely eliminate iver. from your system, NOT a month... It is pretty much useless after about 48 hours. Does NOT continue to work for two full weeks. Your posts are good, pretty close, but you have been corrected, BOZO.
Thanks for the correction. Damn, I feel like you husband!(-: But you are right.
DHR

Auburn, CA

#91 Oct 7, 2012
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

Pharmacokinetics

Ivermectin is metabolized in the liver, and ivermectin and/or its metabolites are excreted almost exclusively in the feces over an estimated 12 days, with less than 1% of the administered dose excreted in the urine. The plasma half-life of ivermectin in man is approximately 18 hours following oral administration.

Administration of 30 mg ivermectin following a high-fat meal resulted in an approximate 2.5-fold increase in bioavailability relative to administration of 30 mg ivermectin in the fasted state.

http://www.merck.com/product/usa/pi_circulars...
DHR

Auburn, CA

#92 Oct 7, 2012
I found this. This is about as cheap I have ever been able to find it. I'm not sure how long they will have it at this price because it wasn't clear if it was a promo or their regular price.

Ivermectin Paste (1.87% Ivermectin)
$2.49 and Free Shipping

http://www.valleyvet.com/ct_detail.html...

I wish it were the apple flavored.
John Mayer

Corryton, TN

#93 Oct 10, 2012
First, I wouldn’t believe anything a naturopath says. Their “theories” are not only nonsense, but not even consistent from one naturopath to another. And they are, in no way, physicians. That said, it is possible that Eucalyptus might be beneficial, though not definitely established. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1... Disappointing results have been reported with neem oil, but there are, as far as I know, no conclusive findings. I haven’t seen it recommended, but I have used oil of oregano on several who had advanced cases and have had excellent results, though, of course, that is anecdotal. I used the oil full strength but it is quite strong and it would probably not hurt to dilute it with a neutral oil such as almond oil. It is not inconceivable that a reaction could develop to the oil of oregano itself. A relative tells me he had good results with tea tree oil, which is not as strong as oil of oregano.

PS  Homeopathy is another form of quackery, but its nonsense is, at least, formalized and consistent, however absurd its theories (note that homeopathy is NOT the same as herbal remedies, which are sometimes effective, though homeopaths muddy the waters by sometimes also selling herbal remedies [which contradicts their own supposed principles]).
Mel

Denver, CO

#94 Oct 11, 2012
John Mayer wrote:
First, I wouldn’t believe anything a naturopath says. Their “theories” are not only nonsense, but not even consistent from one naturopath to another. And they are, in no way, physicians. That said, it is possible that Eucalyptus might be beneficial, though not definitely established. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1... Disappointing results have been reported with neem oil, but there are, as far as I know, no conclusive findings. I haven’t seen it recommended, but I have used oil of oregano on several who had advanced cases and have had excellent results, though, of course, that is anecdotal. I used the oil full strength but it is quite strong and it would probably not hurt to dilute it with a neutral oil such as almond oil. It is not inconceivable that a reaction could develop to the oil of oregano itself. A relative tells me he had good results with tea tree oil, which is not as strong as oil of oregano.
PS  Homeopathy is another form of quackery, but its nonsense is, at least, formalized and consistent, however absurd its theories (note that homeopathy is NOT the same as herbal remedies, which are sometimes effective, though homeopaths muddy the waters by sometimes also selling herbal remedies [which contradicts their own supposed principles]).
there is some very profound science behind homeopathy , unfortunately it hasn't been researched properly and the homeopaths don't really understand it either , they are quacks who have jumped onto the train of something very powerful. there are some homeopaths that have a scientific view but still the research
isn't there.
BOB B

Atlanta, GA

#95 Oct 22, 2012
I BOUGHT INJECTABLE INVERMECTIM AT THE FEED STORE FOR 35. TOOK 2MI ORALY AT 1PM 209LBS.? AM I SUPPOSE TO DOSE ONCE A WK FOR 3 WKS,OALLY WITH THE INJECTABLE? OR SHOULD I BE INJECTING IT?ITS THE NOROMECTIN INJECTABLE FOR CATTLE + SWINE. WILL AN INJECTABLE TAKEN ORALY WORK? OR WOULD IT BE BETTER TO INJECT 1 A WK. FOR 3 WKS. PUZZLED + ITCHY BUT HOPEFULL.
BOB B

Atlanta, GA

#96 Oct 22, 2012
i took 2mi of injectable noromectin-but i took it oraly ,should i be injecting or taking it oraly with 8oz of water as i did ?hope it works the scabies have been driving me crazy- permethrin does not work for me blew 100. on 2 tubes. anyway please tell me the best way to do the noromectin.thanks
DHR

Rancho Cordova, CA

#97 Oct 25, 2012
DHR wrote:
I found this. This is about as cheap I have ever been able to find it. I'm not sure how long they will have it at this price because it wasn't clear if it was a promo or their regular price.
Ivermectin Paste (1.87% Ivermectin)

$2.49 and Free Shipping
http://www.valleyvet.com/ct_detail.html...

I wish it were the apple flavored.
Forget this company and don't waste your time. I'm sorry to have to follow up with this, well, I went to order some and it's true that they don't charge shipping but when I went to check out, they wanted to charge me a $7 handling fee. What a bunch of scammers!
BOB B

Atlanta, GA

#98 Oct 25, 2012
i have been taking 2ml of injectable noromectin ,oraly ,for the past 3 days. i hope this helps get rid of those little critters-mites.how much of this noro can the body tolerate?209lbs.
poppy

London, UK

#99 Oct 29, 2012
If I use ivermectin to cure scabies do I still need to wash my blankets and clothes in really hight temperature and do all this things I need to do if I use one of the creams?
gfr

Calgary, Canada

#100 Oct 29, 2012
yes you do
DHR

Rancho Cordova, CA

#101 Oct 29, 2012
BOB B wrote:
i have been taking 2ml of injectable noromectin ,oraly ,for the past 3 days. i hope this helps get rid of those little critters-mites.how much of this noro can the body tolerate?209lbs.
I don't know anything about the dosage when it comes to noromectin nor do I know anything about injectable dosages. Also, it is not clear if you are taking your dosage everyday, but I think that is what you are saying. Perhaps you are saying that you are taking 2ml "over" the past 3 days which would mean you have taken one dose and not a dose everyday. Nevertheless, I feel strongly that taking a dose everyday would be too much.

However, I do believe waiting a whole week for the second dose (which is what doctors recommend) is too long to wait as I have noticed that the mites always start up again on the third or fourth day, and thus I can never get rid of them. I feel great for 3 or 4 days but by the 5th day I am suffering again.

I paid $3.99 for 6.08g of Ivermectin apple flavored horse paste at the local farm supply which is enough for 6 doses. That is pretty cheap. I have now taken my second dose on the fourth day for the first time instead of waiting for them to appear again as waiting has not worked for me. I will find out shortly if taking my second dose on the fourth day works. I am thinking I may take a dose every 4 days for a few weeks.
JRR38501

Cookeville, TN

#102 Nov 12, 2012
I have a son that has been itching uncontrollably for six months now. I have taken him to the doctor twice and symptoms vary from time to time. He prescribed Zyrtec which helped with the itch for awhile; creams, ointments, etc he digs constantly at night till I feel like I am crawling with bugs myself. I have been researching and researching skin disorders to give my baby some relief. It is so frustrating to see a thirteen year old boy cry and tense up at night cause I try and tell him not to itch. I feel bad. We recently moved with my husbands job and I started to work at a new hospital as well. I was our insurance carrier and it doesn't become active till next month. Upon seeing scabies photos that looks like what my son has with a measel like rash with caking and bumps in the crooks of his fingers and at his wrists. The symptomology fits. Not being sure if I were to take my child to a dermatologist or Dr and him perscibe or properly diagnose scabies in the first place. I found this forum and are willing to try anything to help my child. I went to CVS last night and bought a bunch of epsom salt and bed mite spray. I sprayed both my kids mattresses and made them wash their bedding. I washed my bedding as I started to itch and get a small bump or two myself on my upper bicep near my elbow. I sprayed my bed as well. I went to the Co-op this morning and bought IvoMec and syringes and bought our two dogs flea/tick/mange spray. I sprayed the dogs. I sprayed the couch and dog beds. I dosed myself with the IvoMec today at lunch before the boys get home I won't dose them with anything I don't know if it is safe or is awful as far as I understood we all need to be treated anyways. I took the first dose and no visible side affects as of right now. That's been about an hour ago. I will keep you posted on how things go. I explained to my husband what was going on at home as he knows and has seen our son freaking out and wanted to help him as well. He kinda was scared and sceptical about me dosing our children with a product bought at the co-op.......but if it will help my son I will do whatever it takes. I can afford the doctors visit without insurance I just know how doctors are and can be when it comes to people coming in their offices self-diagnosing and asking for treatments without real medical knowledge. Even then they tend to be skeptical and fearful to perscribe such a powerful drug....I am doing what I think needs to be done cause they might not be willing to help me even if I did pay to go then I would be right back at square one anyways.
BOB B

Atlanta, GA

#103 Nov 12, 2012
i took the whole bottle of 50ml from the feed store over the coarse of imth. in 2ml.daily doses orally, it seems like they keep coming back + i noticed if i eat choclate ice cream at night the sweets seem to trigger them + i get the crawlies. going to check with a doc. tomorrow. another thing that seems to help is i put a damp wash rag in the microwave for 30sec. get it hot + put it on the spots that are red + ictchy. iam hoping that the heat will kill them ,but be careful not to burn your skin. keep the faith,dont let these creeps bum you out too much!

Since: Nov 12

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#104 Nov 12, 2012
I also pinterested laundry soap and found a homemade laundry soap made with borax and fels naphtha/ivory I am gonna try and see if it helps my poor kiddos.
Ihatebugs

Springfield, MO

#105 Nov 13, 2012
I am going to try this. For once i smell honest truth on this forum. I've had to sift through all these horror stories, naysayers, liars, spam and people with multiple aliases spreading different kinds of information to mislead people!
Ihatebugs

Springfield, MO

#106 Nov 13, 2012
What about Norwegian scabies? Should it be able to knock those guys out? I know I have scabies, just not sure if they are sarcoptes or Norwegian.
DHR

Rancho Cordova, CA

#107 Nov 13, 2012
BOB B wrote:
i took the whole bottle of 50ml from the feed store over the coarse of imth. in 2ml.daily doses orally, it seems like they keep coming back + i noticed if i eat choclate ice cream at night the sweets seem to trigger them + i get the crawlies. going to check with a doc. tomorrow. another thing that seems to help is i put a damp wash rag in the microwave for 30sec. get it hot + put it on the spots that are red + ictchy. iam hoping that the heat will kill them ,but be careful not to burn your skin. keep the faith,dont let these creeps bum you out too much!
It's very likely you are going through post scabies now as that much Ivermectin should have wiped them out for good. The post scabies symptoms are exactly the same as scabies so it is difficult to tell when you are over them.

I've also taken a lot of Ivermectin but instead I've taken the apple flavored horse paste as it's so much cheaper, but I feel confident that I'm going through post scabies now even though I feel that I still have them. The itching and other symptoms should only last a few more weeks until all the toxins are out of my body.

I'm taking regular home saunas now to sweat all the toxins out of my skin and liver in order to speed up getting rid the post scabies itch. In post scabies you get all the same itching, bumps, crawling sensations, and more. It's strange how it does that.

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