My and I wife have been killing our bugs for 8 months with prazi, albendazole, pounds of cloves, wormwood, Black-Walnut electricity, oregano oil, etc, etc, and even after all that, she just got 2 12"ers after while on a 5 day fast while taking large doses L-cysteine. They don't just keel over and die. So, If anyone out there (who eats food or breathes the dust) has not specifically and exhaustively killed them off, then guess what..? We have full health insurance too, and did not _dare_ go to the 'doctor'. There is an overwhelming precedent in the medical community to NOT identify or diagnose parasitical infections. You can even bring in your dead worms and they will laugh at you. They only make money on sickness, and *most* conditions are parasite related.
Good post. I've gotten out so many worms over the past few months, and I'm ready to take on the tapeworms. Why are they so hard to get rid of? Ive been using herbs, lately I've been looking into the drugs, but I don't want any liver damage/hair loss. One lady was recommending pyrantal pamoate (dog/horse roundworm) and she said it was safe with no side effects. Your wife's fast with the l-cysteine looked like a good idea but I hate fasting. Have you ever tried Zymex II for tapeworm?
When I killed my Tapeworm it was a Sunday and I was synching my ipod and getting ready to go jogging. After the dose of COQ10 I got sleepy and felt all these weird popping feelings in my stomach. The next morning as I was preparing for work I had to go to the bathroom. The first time was nothing. The next time I was almost out the door when I finally had to go. After I used the restroom I prepared to wipe and lo and behold there was a one inch segment. I had to go to work you think I was gonna run out the bathroom and dig around my bedroom and then charge my digital camera?
THe next times that I saw more segments were at work. I have a governmental job so if I even have possession of a camera I would get into trouble.
Several colonic treatments more of the babies pooped out. In a hospital gown and socks do you really think I am going to sit there with a camera and take pictures of the tube as wastes fly by? Get real we all have lives and dont have time to take pictures to appease naysayers like yourself who loves to post bitter comments on almost every forum.
Every animal with an intestinal tract is susceptible to worms. Anyone who thinks this is an impossibility is delusional. I am not good with cameras, computers, and prefer to flush instead of photograph. Maybe one day I will get more organized, but the mere disgust of this stuff coming out of you is so repugnant you really do not wish to capture it for posterity most of the time. Other times I have tried to and the pictures come out illegible and I thought forget about it.
How do you get albendazole or any parasitic drugs? I tried to get at a doctor, but I had no luck. My tests showed up negative last year, so now I'm stuck.
I take Chinese herbs, but it's not fast enough to kill them. I have pain in my brain and it constantly moves in my back and I have sores in my back and a boil too. I am only 36 years old and no doctor in the U.S have been able to help me. They suck!!!
Hi bunny am in the same situation I feel for because I know what we go through. I feel like we are the forgotten once. I wish their was a way to communicate with you because I feel alone in this matter. I am from east Africa and as you know it's more common in poor countries and I have had family tell me to take a trip back to my country because the doctors are more familiar with it. Also I don't know if it's true but they say they have better medication. Please respond back and let me know of any support groups of people that are dealing with the same thing.
Everyone has micro organisms but everyone does not have full blow parasites that can be seen with the naked eye, crawling in their intestines, eyes, or out of their anis and nose. When that does occur you need to seek medical attention. Biology 101!