From what you're saying I'm assuming you're really really sick right now. If I'm getting this wrong, you can tone down what I'm saying appropriately.Things are looking desperate. My wife and I both have been suffering from this for about 10 days. I passed out on day 7 twice landing face first in the floor. Bad nausea. Had to go to the ER. Spent six hours in there with slight covid pneumonia. Then went home feeling better. She ended up in there the same night. But night shift did not care as well. So she found no relief other than a zofran drip. Its beginning to affect my balance and mind. We have two children here and with noone to care for them. As were all quarantined. Im seriously wondering if either of us will pull through this. We can no longer drive safely. We recently started earlier today on the regular preventative dose of IV paste. Thing is. Well both likely end up back at the ER together this time. Do i need to mention us taking the IV? So they wont give something wrong? We have tried everything to beat this. I am normally the healthiest 49 year old. Covid dont care.
10 days is when people have a turning and either get much better or much worse. Consistently. This happens to pretty much everyone. Sounds like you ended up on the wrong side of the split. You should have been monitoring your oxygen levels this whole time. This is vital information necessary to get the hospital to listen to you and take care of you. They judge you based on your oxygen levels and will ignore pretty much everything else. They're not going to use judgement. If O2 levels are within this range they will do this. if they are within that range they will do that. It's completely mechanical.
Assuming you're really at that point: If your children are not old enough to care for themselves find someone who is willing to get COVID to take care of your children. This is first priority. If you can't do it yourself just call 911. Tell them "My wife and I are both seriously ill with COVID, we need medical care, neither of us can drive to the hospital, and we have children here that we're too ill to take care of right now."
They'll send Fire, Ambulance, and probably Law Enforcement. You're not in trouble. This is going to generate a Children's Services incident but not a hostile one. Fire/Law Enforcement will be hanging out with your kids. Fire will probably get vitals on you before the ambulance gets there. The EMTs will cart you off to the hospital. A social worker will eventually show up and Fire/LE will hand off the kid to the social worker who will watch them, or make sure someone's watching them until you get out of the hospital. They'll ask if there's anyone you want them to try to contact to watch the kids and take care of it from there. This stuff isn't unusual. People go to the hospital and you can't take care of a child while you're in the hospital.
As for ivermectin, you're probably too late to make more than a small difference. It reduces the virus' growth rate but you let it run at full growth rate for 10+ days. Your body is likely over-reacting due to the large quantities of virus with antibodies which is clearing out the virus but also damaging your own body well beyond what it necessary to do so. What you probably need are steroids to get the run-away excessive immune reaction down to a reasonable level. This is going to require a hospital visit. Once that immune system feedback loop gets stopped that's when you're going to see some benefit from ivermectin in shortened recovery time.
Personally, if it's 1 normal dose and you didn't eat the whole tube, I wouldn't tell them about the ivermectin for fear of discrimination and a refusal to properly treat you by politically motivated providers (I really hate having to say this). The risk is that some medications can cause the ivermectin to cross the blood-brain barrier. In very high doses this can cause you to space out and zombify temporarily. But that's basically it and frankly not that bad of a thing when you're just laying in a hospital bed sucking in an oxygen mask.