If you have one kind of parasite, chances are you have other kinds. I don't know about the meds, but don't like to use them if I can do something alternative and natural.
Try some cayenne pepper several times a day, for a total of 1 tsp, in yogurt or applesaurce or something to cool it off. Do this every day. I believe in a week or less you will see "white rice" in your stools. These are Tapeworm segments. The cayenne does not kill the head, which reproduces.
Hulda Clark says everyone has Tapeworms & everyone has other kinds of parasites too. (If you do this cayenne test and don't get any "white rice" let me know.) There is much info about her on this Forum & on the net.
You gotta kill "them" before "they" kill you.
I do not know what that parasite is in the picture, though.
I passed some of these as well (exactly). It's possible to be infected by more than one species of parasite. I initially thought that I was infected with flukes. I then tried the recommended Rx Triclabendazole to no avail. It wasn't until I began treatment with a roundworm med Pyrantel Pamoate that I started passing such creatures.
If your lungs are involved (as are mine) this definitely points towards a roundworm species. There are only 2 that I am aware of that are capable of such travel throughout the body. Ascarious Lumbricoides (large worm) and Strongyloide Stercoralis (small worm). They are able to repeat their life cycle where their larvae penetrates the bloodstream from the intestine. They then can pretty much travel anywhere throught the body (which is obviously very dangerous!). They eventually make their way into the lungs, where they work their way up into the esophagus where they are then reswallowed into the stomach of the host, where they then grow into adult worms (thus repeating their life cycle).
As I said, I passed the exact thing as pictured here. I amy have other parasites as well?? But I most definitely know that I have a roundworm species that is able to repeat its life cycle. This may be a picture of a dead worm carcass, or it may be the skin or shell that some worms shed as they grow (just like snakes).
If you are experiencing bad breath, as well as sometimes foul tasting flem discharged from your lungs, you very well have one of these type of species. It is best to treat these suc***s ASAP before you end up in the same boat I am now in.
After passing several 6" x 1" long worms, they are so large and resistant to treatment, that I am stuck with the remaining few still inside me. Unable to kill them even with huge doses of Pyantel Pamoate or Clarkia .
Clarkia did work on these humungous suc***s. But only in drinking 8-10 ozs of the tincture with a small meal. If you start to experince headches (larvae making their way into your brain) Clarkia is alcohol based, thus will penetrate the blood-brain barrier.
If you wish to try Pyrantel Pamoate, you can purchase horse paste syringes online without a prescription. I consumed an entire syringe! Made me sicker than a dog, also pissed the worms off a bunch, but didn't kill them. Now I am just taking the Clarkia to kill the larvae that is continually being shed and recirculated throughout my body (including severe headaches) by the adult worms in my gut.
If you indeed do have this, I wish you better luck than I had.
One hint that I noticed, after hitting them hard with a heavy dose of Clarkia or Rx med with food (and were in fact close to dying), they seemed to recover if I then followed up the 'treatment meal' with a regular meal without any meds. Even drinking something like fruit juice, I could tell that it helped them to recover. You have to consistantly keep at them or they will just recover and build tollerance to whatever remedy you're using. Resulting in what I now have...Superworms!