Does anyone know is there are side effects of Ivermi tin

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i am seein the dermatologist in two weeks time and am hoping she will proscribe Ivermectin.  Does anyone know if it has side effects. I am so depressed. I cannot tell anyone about my problem and only wish I were dead so cremation would cure the problem.

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    I have been taking ivermectin every day for one month! It hurts my joints, blurry vision, sometimes headache, it was recommended to take it for 35 days, not been going well, still getting bumps and burrows. My husband got cured after one dose of ivermectin with no side effects, everyone is different! I feel your pain! I'm out of my mind for 6 months now, tried everything!!Good Luck! Hopefully you will be an easy cure

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      Hi Marie,stopped taking it everyday I am taking it every 5 days, two days in a row. Covering with sulfur and vasoline everyday and night. Tea tree oil on scalp straight. Seems to be working. Go to pulsemax, he has a few formulas that have worked for folks. He has done a ton of research on what is safe and what works. Ivermectin only has a short 3 day effectiveness period. 

      How has it been going for you?

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      BTW if you take too much it can give you a headache, joint pains, muscle cramps, and blurry eyesight. I have had it all! I would never do 35 days straight again. It didn't work! Now this protocol seems to be working. I have dogs that I have covered in coconut oil and I wear gloves now all the time as I kept getting bites on my hands. I think the scabies would go on the dogs then come back on me. I am waiting for Lyme sulfur to come so I can coat their fur. I really see a difference with the gloves. Hope this helps someone. No bites on hands!!

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