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Ivermectin - Overview

Ivermectin is a medication used for treating certain types of skin lesions and parasitic infections. People who might need an ivermectin prescription, including ivermectin tablets and ivermectin cream, can use Push Health to connect with a licensed medical provider who can prescribe ivermectin for humans and ivermectin pills when appropriate to do so.

What Is Ivermectin Used For?

Ivermectin prescription medication is a semi-synthetic medication that belongs to a class of antiparasitic medications known as avermectins. Ivermectin is produced from fermentation processes related to the bacterium Streptomyces avermitilis. Ivermectin medication is utilized in both cream (Soolantra) and tablet (Stromectol) forms. Ivermectin cream is used in treating inflammatory lesions of rosacea. The mechanism of action in treating skin lesions is unknown. Ivermectin tablets are used for treating certain types of parasitic infections, including strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis. Ivermectin may also be used in the treatment of severe forms of scabies. Ivermectin should not be used intravaginally, orally or in the eyes. Ivermectin may also have other antiviral properties. Please note that ivermectin is not currently approved for the prevention or treatment of viral illnesses.

Ivermectin - Dosage and Coupons

Ivermectin medication is metabolized in the liver and fecal excretion is greater than urinary excretion. Ivermectin tablets have a half life of approximately 18 hours while ivermectin cream has a half life of under 7 hours. Some providers will prescribe ivermectin 200 mcg / kg of body weight tablets. The ultimate dosage of ivermectin prescribed depends on the judgement of the medical provider. Ivermectin cream 1% is supplied in ivermectin cream 30 g tube, ivermectin cream 45 g tube and ivermectin cream 60 g tube and is white to pale yellow in color. Ivermectin cream is often prescribed as a pea-sized amount to be spread as a thin layer once daily to affected areas. Ivermectin cream is expensive, costing approximately $530 for one tube (45 grams) of ivermectin 1% cream. Some insurance plans may cover the cost of an ivermectin cream prescription when used for certain conditions. Ivermectin coupons may also be found online or through various other sources. Ivermectin is generally best stored under between 20° C and 25° C but the package insert should be consulted for specific directions.

Can I Buy Ivermectin Online?

Ivermectin tablets and ivermectin cream are prescription medications in the United States. As a result, one cannot just buy ivermectin online or get ivermectin OTC as pharmacies will not dispense it without first getting a prescription. The first step to getting an ivermectin prescription is consulting a medical provider. People who need an ivermectin prescription, however, can connect with a licensed medical provider using Push Health who can prescribe ivermectin medication for humans, including generic ivermectin cream and ivermectin tablets, when appropriate to do so.

Ivermectin - Side Effects

Ivermectin, like other medications, can cause side effects when used but is generally tolerated well. Side effects resulting from ivermectin cream use include burning and skin irritation. Side effects from ivermectin tablet use include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue and constipation. People who have a known hypersensitivity or allergy to ivermectin should not use the medication. Ivermectin and alcohol should not be used together. Ivermectin should be used cautiously in people with liver problems, severe asthma, onchocerciasis, onchodermatitis, or an existing Loa loa infection. Before using ivermectin prescription medication, it is necessary to discuss side effects and other concerns with one's medical provider and pharmacist.

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Last updated July 31, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.