Your doctor may conduct a stool exam after taking Ivermectin to make sure the infection is gone. Some patients may require additional doses to treat the infection.
You should not use Ivermectin 12 mg if you are allergic to it. To make sure the medicine is safe for you, tell your doctor if you have a liver disorder, kidney disease, cancer, HIV/AIDs, or other conditions that can weaken your immune system. It is still not known whether the medication will harm an unborn baby. Let your doctor know if you are pregnant or plan to conceive while using the medication. The anthelmintic drug can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing infant. Tell your doctor if you are breastfeeding. The medicine should not be given to a child who weighs less than 15 pounds.
Get emergency medical help if you have signs of an allergic reaction to Ivermectin, such as hives, trouble breathing, and swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Speak to your doctor straight away if you have eye pain, severe skin rash, confusion, fever, neck or back pain, loss of bowel control, fast heart rate, trouble breathing, seizure, fever, swollen glands, balance problems, trouble walking and problems with your vision. To avoid unwanted side effects, buy Ivermectin 12mg only after consulting your doctor.
HOW TO USE
Never take Ivermectin 12 mg in large amounts or for longer than recommended by your doctor. Stick to your doctor’s prescription, follow the instructions carefully. In general. Ivermectin 12 is given as a single dose. One should take the tablet with a glass full of water. Your doctor may ask to take the tablet on an empty stomach, at least an hour before or two hours after a meal. To get rid of the infection completely, you may need to take medicine for several months to a year after your first dose. If you have a weak immune system, your doctor may prescribe you more than one dose of Ivermectin. Individuals with weak immune systems need to take this anthelminthic drug regularly. For best results, follow your doctor’s instructions.