My mother is in the hospital. She is on a vent but its not covid related. She has cancer that was pushing on her right lung and they gave her emergency chemo to try and shrink the tumor enough to open the lung back up. Well the chemo worked as i tended but as her one lung wasnt strong enough to breath on its own they had to vent her. She developed serious pneumonia in the good lung and they are now saying she has no chance to get over the pneumonia. Does ivermectin have any use on pneumonia if its not covid related? If so any dosage information would be appreciated. I know its probably far too late but im desperate
Ivermectin works by stopping the virus from reproducing, which is why it's only effective early. Prayers for your mother and remember, doctors aren't always right.
It's effective at all stages. Shut the fuck up, retard.
This site is overrun with ignorant faggots. "ItS tHe CuRe FoR EvErYtHiNg!"
Well, maybe you haven't read this: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3043740/
Yea, ivermectin is amazing and has many uses. According to Dr. Zelenko, who created the protocol, it works by blocking the ace-2 receptors that an RNA virus attaches to. It's recommended early to prevent the virus from reproducing. If you wait until it has run rampant it is much less effective, the damage is done. Also pneumonia has many causes, bacterial, viral and others. My point was because of how advanced what ever caused it is and the fact it only works with RNA viruses, it's highly unlikely to help.