Ivermectin, an antiparasitic, is a popular remedy that is suggested to be highly effective for fighting off Covid-19, but studies have been lacking to confirm this off-label use for Ivermectin.
This new study (March 2022) shows that Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine were ineffective for treating patients admitted to the hospital for Covid-19.
Here is a relevant quote from the study :
>>> ' In non-critical hospitalized patients with COVID-19 pneumonia, neither ivermectin nor hydroxychloroquine decreases the number of in-hospital days, respiratory deterioration, or deaths. ' <<<
I know this will be disappointing information for those who believe that Ivermectin is effective for treating Covid-19 and this one study may not be enough to convince you, but there is another study that will likely be released in April that used Ivermectin in 1,358 adult patients that were tested positive for SARS- Cov-2 and this study also had very similar results. I will post that study as soon as it is released.
Here is a quote from the study:
>>> ' In each scenario, they found that Ivermectin did not improve patient outcomes. ' <<<
If you still believe Ivermectin to be effective for Covid-19 and it is your plan to use it if you get infected with Covid-19, I think it would be a reasonable idea to use it alongside other remedies that have also been suggested as remedies for Covid-19, rather than as a stand-alone treatment.