Need quick advice about ivermectin

Nachtweide

Jedi Council Member
FOTCM Member
Sorry for the noise but I need urgent quick help. I just got a call from a friend - the whole family has Corona. She knows about ivermectin but she has a question now that I can't answer. Is it ok to take ivermectin if you are breastfeeding a child? Or would it be advisable not to breastfeed while taking it. Many thanks
 

Mari

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I´m not a doctor but a quick search online found Ivermectin - Drugs and Lactation Database (LactMed) - NCBI Bookshelf

Summary of Use during Lactation​

Limited data indicate that ivermectin is poorly excreted into breastmilk after oral administration. Amounts ingested by the infant are small and would not be expected to cause any adverse effects in breastfed infants. No data are available on ivermectin excretion into breastmilk after topical administration, but amounts should be less than after oral administration. Avoid application to the breast area where the infant might directly ingest the drug.

And this one: Ivermectin levels in human breastmilk - PubMed

Abstract​

Ivermectin levels were measured in breastmilk and plasma of 4 healthy mothers after an oral 150 micrograms/kg dose. Mean +/- S.D. plasma and milk values were 37.9 +/- 0.54 and 14.13 +/- 0.43 (ng/ml) respectively. Steady-state ivermectin levels in milk were low. Our results suggest that exclusion of lactating mothers from mass chemotherapy with ivermectin may be unnecessary.

Read the whole papers and in the meantime maybe someone who knows better will answer...
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Hi_Henry

The Living Force
Sorry for the noise but I need urgent quick help. I just got a call from a friend - the whole family has Corona. She knows about ivermectin but she has a question now that I can't answer. Is it ok to take ivermectin if you are breastfeeding a child? Or would it be advisable not to breastfeed while taking it. Many thanks
No expert here but I just googled and found this

 

Tauriel

Jedi Council Member
So obviously noone will say, 'Yes, it's okay."

I will give my opinion as a nurse, but this is only my opinion.
If not seriously sick I'd avoid it while breast feeding.
This medication is a strong antiparasitic drug which means it has to be neurotoxic to do the job.

I'd suggest to increase quercetin, zinc, Vit C, Vit D (plus K, of course), especially the quercetin.

But maybe another health professional can chime in here.
 

Deckard

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Here is the protocol of brilliant cardio surgeon Mc Cullough - who should be taking ivermectin in the first place - I am guessing since she is breast feeding she is under 50 and likely will not need it
 

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Deckard

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Also latest research suggest that most of virus replicates in the nasal,oral and pharyngeal mucous membranes during early stage of the disease so nebulisation with povidon iodine, 3% peroxide or possibly colloidal silver should stop the spread to the lungs.
 

Lyndi Lama

Padawan Learner
Also latest research suggest that most of virus replicates in the nasal,oral and pharyngeal mucous membranes during early stage of the disease so nebulisation with povidon iodine, 3% peroxide or possibly colloidal silver should stop the spread to the lungs.
Yes, have seen a few Dr. Sayed Mobeen videos on these entry points, the nasal sprays kill virus in very short order, and gargling with even Listerine worked very well to lessen viral loads. Recalling the data, Providone Iodine was very effective, saw it in the pharmacy recently under name Betadine. These things helped people clear the infection more quickly. Also, in winter, depending where you are, dry air lessens the effectivness of mucusa so if air is dry, maybe a small thing to consider, but worth humidifying. Easy to find various recommendations beyond a humidifier by looking online. Otherwise, two posts above, the Dr. Peter McCullough protocol and Tauriel's suggestion of supplements are basics I see again and again. Vitamin D, (and some people add that Vitamin K and Magnesium contribute to Vitamin D effectiveness), really is found to be a key to outcomes for people who get infected.
 
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