The information below is
NOT medical advice.
Do not self-medicate.
Consult a qualified health care practitioner
before taking any medications.
1 x 10-30 mg p.os (0.15-0.3 mg / kg) for 1-5 days, dose and duration based on the patient's risk assessment and course, it is recommended to consume a fatty meal before ingestion. Contraindications: coumarins, GABA antagonists, consumption of alcohol or benzodiazepine derivatives within 48 hours, ivermectin allergy, previous stroke and damaged BBB (blood-brain barrier such as encephalitis, meningitis, brain tumor, post-stroke condition), pregnancy, relative risk of lactation, liver disease, weight below 25 kg, avoid coffee during medication, (ivermectin-68 clinical research).
2 x 50 mg for 10 days. Long-term zinc intake may reduce copper levels, (zinc- 40 clinical research).
3. VITAMIN D:
1 x 10 -20,000 IU for 5 days. 4-6000 IU/day is probably enough for prevention. Blood levels above 75 nmol/L are ideal (vitamin D-63 clinical research).
1 x 100 mg for 10 days, (aspirin-16 clinical research).
3x30 mg for 3 days, then 2x30 mg for 3 days. Ambroxol is a metabolite of bromhexine, (bromhexine - 5 clinical trials).
1-6 mg in the evening for 5 days. It is included in most IVM protocols and should even be considered for prophylaxis, but only after medical consultation (melatonin-8 clinical research).
20-40 mg in the evening for 5 days, (famotidine- 8 clinical trials).
8. VITAMIN C:
2x1000 mg for 8 days, with liposomal preference (vitamin C-46 clinical research).
1. DOXYCYCLIN: first day 2 x 100 mg, then 1 x 100 mg for 5-7 days, consideration should be given in cases where there is no spectacular improvement on the first dose of ivermectin, 3 hours difference from zinc intake, do not take in prevention, tetracycline sensitivity to azithromycin is still an option (doxycycline- 13 clinical research).
2. AZELASTIN: nasal spray, 2 x 2 x 1 puff until the end of the olfactory symptom.