I wanted to post this, forgot to mention it last week.
Ever since I took that one day of Prazi a few weeks ago, I have been coughing up very dead white worms.
After a little investigation, I think I had lung fluke. The pics I saw look very similiar to what is coming out of my mouth. I wake up in the morning with them in my mouth and they also come up sometimes during the day.
As far as the other leaf shaped things I have been passing for 25 years, even though I saw only a tiny piece of fluke in the stool, I know those huge leaf things are Flukes, they are identical to all photos I am seen.
I read Albenza can also help with lung fluke.
It also explains one of the type of worms that come out of my nose. I KNOW there are 2 types coming out of my nose, maybe 3. I think one of the types is a lung fluke and the other I think is a type of roundworm.
I think it's a great sign that these things are now coming out of my mouth dead. Sounds gross (and it is) BUT I like knowing dead worms are leaving my body.
I just this all to be interesting finding out all the different things happening after each medication.
Btw, I am on 2nd day of Albenza and I am doing very well. Lots of movement on the 1st day, still some movements and sensations today but it's less and less.
I pray I am on the right track.
I can say that I won't be traveling outside the USA for a while and going to be SO careful with sanitation and be careful with foods and any other necessary steps to be free of these things. I will deworm my dog several times a year from now on as well. And no, I won't give up my baby!
The following was presented by Dr. Hildegard Staninger to the
National Registry of Environmental Professionals Conference
in Nashville, TN, on Oct. 18th, 2006
63 % of the patients diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) had a hidden lung worm, Cryptostronylus pulmoni cultured from their sputum. This species of worm is a nematode. Its male measures 250 nanometers, while the female measures between 750-100 namometers in length. (26) Currently, biological pesticide manufacturers are using nematode eggs as delivery systems of viral protein envelopes to corn, potatoes, and other agricultural feed materials that are used as feed for poultry, beef and domestic animals (cats and dogs).
26. Kalpow, Ph.D., Lawrence A. Suspected New Species of Nematode Parasite in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Cryptostrongylus pulmoni (provisional) " The Hidden Lung Worm."
Yes sir! That is a fact. And, my scalp infection seems to be related to some form of these things, but I think they have been genetically altered.
The Morgellions people are aware of these facts as well.