FLCCC Ivermectin protocol for obese elderly?
Spending a lot of time thumbing through vaccine and early treatment information. I am not asking specific medical advice here, just a general question.
If given a relatively healthy 70yo man, but is obese (bmi 38), are there any data on efficacy of Ivermectin of the FLCCC protocol for early treatment?
And of course, do understand the best course of action is to loose that weight. Just curious how well the protocol would work for such an individual?
Not sure I have seen anything, but it would require a high dosage of IVM because IVM is based on weight. Depending on what other comorbidities there might be additional drugs recommended.
Have you considered getting in touch with FLCCC.net directly, possibly via email, to see if they will give him some guidance on your question?
If he is not yet a member, he can use this link to join the alliance:
Once he is a member and is on the email list, he can then submit the question. Possibly they would be able to put him in touch with a doctor who could help individualize their protocols for this person. Of course a donation would be most helpful as well but is not a requirement of joining.
If you don’t get an answer to the question, reframing the question in the following way may be helpful: Just curious how well not taking ivermectin would work for such an individual?
You would take the highest amount the FLCCC protocol shows which is 0.6 mg/kg.
BUT that is if you were: A. knowingly exposed to covid and at-risk or
B. Have Covid and or a + covid test result.
C. If you are meaning what dose to use prophylactically then their protocol shows: 0.2 mg/kg.
The lowest protocol was/is 0.2 mg/kg but when the Delta variant started causing not only breakthrough covid cases in those vaxxed, and spread like wildfire, they said they upped the dose to 0.4 to 0.6mg/kg daily. As the 0.2 mg/kg they realized wasn’t protecting ppl.
REMEMBER also, Ivermectin isn’t toxic to the body so it’s not as if you can overdose on it as per the FLCCC and other sites’ own information.
I know personally of someone who has a bmi of 38.3 and used the 0.6 mg/kg dose x five days. The protocol says x 5 days or until asymptomatic.
Hope this helps.
Thanks everyone! Will look into all these. Its good to know some anecdotal evidence that the protocol can work for someone considered in the “high risk” category.