When I close my eyes and look into the light I see these Cell Worm like images.
I have no idea what these are. They come and go sometimes, but mostly are there all the time. I can`t seem to find any info on this matter and thought this might be the place to start and get some answers. So, are these so called Floaters, or are they some type of Parasite that I can not get rid of. I`ve tried cleansing(liver, intestinal, and a good parasite cleanse) and nothing has helped yet. Please advise, any help on this matter would be very much appriciated. Thanks in advance, Bob
You can get parasites that live in the eye - have a look at the CDC site at loa loa, onchocerca, and other filiariasis diseases http://www.dpd.cdc.gov/dpdx/HTML/Filariasis.htm
Blood flukes (schistosoma) can also go into the eye, but don't tend to stay.
Hello everyone. I disagree w/one answer saying "no" theyre not parasites. If YOU can see "cell worm" like images then Id venture to guess that "yes," chances are, you do have some kind of parasite. I can say this because I see wormlike creatures aka floaters. To make a long story short, recently, I came across a formum titled Ask Humaworm. Been doing this protocol for almost a month and slowly but surely these little creatures are shriveling up and "disappearing." Take a look/see over there. Lots of good information and the Humaworm people are knowledgeable as well as compassionate. Ive tried many other therapies and some worked to a certain extent, but, so far, this Humaworm is working very well for me. I have about a week left and look forward to seeing (or not) the end results. Warm regards and best of "luck" to you!
Hey I also see these floaters that look like parasites, and i was just wondering how the Humaworm protocol Turned out for you? I was also wondering if you guys have ever heard of Dr. Christophers Herbal Eyebright Eye wash? I've heard of some people having luck with this.
At the beginning, those little suc***s were shriveling up and almost gone. Then after a month had to stop (it's what the protocol called for). Had to save money to do another round so was over a month when I did another round. Again, the critters were disappearing. Unfortunately, was unable to continue (am on disability w/limited monies, for now). So they came back. I've made "peace" with them but it still is a little disconcerting to see full life cycles happening in le eyes. I mentioned this to my family doctor and she said I need to make an appointment w/an opthamologist. At least, she didn't act like I was crazy for seeing things. As for the Dr Christopher's, am hesitant because I just read last night that they don't use organic herbs anymore. Might think about the Dr Schultz Eyebright tincture or, perhaps, even go to a local herbalist. I really should tend to this. Perhaps I should make it a 2012 goal. Thanks for asking!