I recommend only using doctors affiliated with the FLCCC or your personal GP if they will do it( I didn’t wait for that). In the US it is easy. I used the FLCCC site one day after this thread was created to find a doctor servicing my state. In less than 24 hrs I had my prescription! And less than a week later had my son do the same. Same exceptionally fast response and his prescription was immediately filled. If you have insurance it is cheaper. I paid $18.00 for 3 month supply. Prices seem to vary upon an individuals insurance or lack thereof. Yes there is a fee for their time as there should be. Tell everyone you know of the FLCCC to raise awareness and end this madness. Family members who are vaccinated should contact the FLCCC also and get Ivermectin because we all know they are very susceptible to getting covid variants and shouldn’t have false hope or bank on the vaccine protecting them.
Thanks again for everyone taking the time to make suggestions/share experiences. I think I am going to reach out to Dr. Syed Haider from the FLCCC website. I’ll keep you posted. I don’t believe my doctor would prescribe Ivermectin, as she was pretty gung-ho about the vaccine. It is good to see though that there are doctors out there willing to prescribe Ivermectin etc. I think my (and many other’s here) decision not to take this new vaccine which is a brand new technology and instead going down the route of an older, proven safe medication is completely reasonable. I believe these “alternative” treatments are becoming more well-known and respected. Like I said, it seems perfectly reasonable and sane to consider something else which I believe is much safer. Best of luck everyone!
Dr. Haider is the best! Do it now!!!
He even responds on Saturday. No joke.
I am about to travel extensively for a few weeks for my job and therefore I was willing to get IVM as a prophylaxis. I reviewed the FLCC doctors list, read some of the doctors websites, listen to some who got interviewed or have an online presence and decided the one I would go to (shot me a PM if you want the exact name). It was a very easy online experience. He was quick to answer (within 24h) and everything was very clear. Prices are as indicated on the website. I am assuming that given the fact it was only for prophylaxis, that I have a pretty simple health history and I am currently healthy, we didn’t interact much. I got the prescription and can start the prophylaxis while traveling. And I also feel confident that in the case I would run into a bad case of infection later this winter I will have a competent doctor at my side.
To have the prescription fulfilled, I went to my local CVS. No question asked. I got the medication. I didn’t use my insurance since I have been receiving emails from them about getting vaccinated. And I didn’t want to raise any flag. So I paid cash using a coupon from GoodRx. It got the price divided by 4. So I ended up paying $116 for 84 tablets of 3mg.
Hope it helps!
I think I am going to reach out to Dr. Syed Haider from the FLCCC website. I’ll keep you posted.
Please do. He is the one I was considering contacting.
In a major mid (not main) stream media announcement on ivermectin usage:
People’s Pharmacy predates most of us in their careful description of modern medicine, here is their book on the subject:
Thanks again everyone! I’m looking at Dr. Haider’s website. It looks like you just fill out your medical info and update a picture, photo ID etc. It may take a few minutes so I’ll get to it tonight or tomorrow. I will let everyone know how it goes. The pharmacist we use seems very reasonable so I can’t imagine there would be a problem. Again, this treatment does seem to be becoming more mainstream which is great!
So I’ve gone through the process with Dr Haider and have a prescription (easy enough to do). Now I’m trying to find a local pharmacy to fill it. I don’t think Sunday is the best day to call as I’ve found myself on hold for long periods of time. Got through to one local Walgreens and asked if they would fill an ivermectin prescription. They said one of their pharmacists wouldn’t fill it (I find this to be completely inexcusable but that’s another matter) but she wasn’t there today. I’m waiting for a call back to find out if the pharmacist on duty will fill it. Tried to call a CVS but was on endless hold. Maybe will just wait until tomorrow.
The mail order option is really expensive, something like $400 for a 3 month prophylaxis prescription. GoodRx brings it down to around $100 for local places if I can find one to fill it. Might be even less with insurance if they cover it.
Thanks for all the tips and suggestions. Hopefully I can find someone to fill it at a reasonable price.
Don’t know where you’re located. I’m in Albany Oregon, about half way between Eugene and Portland. I was instructed to go to CVS which is in Target here. They were acting odd. Said they didn’t have the amount I needed. Found out when they got orders in and went back and got same response. Another customer told me to call around to other CVS pharmacies which I did and finally got it fill-in Eugene. When the pharmacist handed it to me he said the drug was not approved for COVID treatment. Now that was a bit over a month ago and may have changed. But it is clear they are under pressure not to fill Ivermectin prescriptions.
I’m in western NY state (Rochester area). I heard back from the pharmacist at Walgreens, he wouldn’t fill it. Droned on about how it wasn’t FDA approved for covid. I mentioned that many drugs are used off-label but couldn’t sway him, so I thanked him for his time and moved on.
Called another local CVS and the pharmacist had to look it up (I guess no one has tried to fill one for ivermectin there). She called back and said she would fill it “but it probably wouldn’t work.” LOL, I told her the vaccines don’t always work either and that I’ve read the studies about ivermectin. Had the scrip sent there, we’ll see if they try to pull any funny stuff between now and when I go to pick it up.