If you or your child has ever had lice, you know how difficult it can be to clear up. This is especially true if the lice have become resistant to the products usually recommended to kill them. Studies have shown that in some cases, lice become resistant to the typical pyrethroid treatments, leaving parents at a loss of what to do to remove the parasites.
In these instances, many people are now turning to
Stromectol, a pill newly introduced that contains ivermectin, which is used to
prevent heartworm in dogs. When tested, the drug cleared all lice in 95 percent
of patients after two weeks. The effectiveness of Stromectol was discussed in
the New England Journal of Medicine in March. In the article, study results
indicated that one young girl experienced seizures after taking the pill, but
such negative side effects are not expected to be common.
To learn more about
drugs like Stromectol, talk your doctor. By using your True Care Advantage
discount plan, you can get significant savings on everyday prescriptions. Find out how
by calling 1-800-747-6190.