I found a lot of parasites by using the plastic fork method of squishing the stool against the sid...
I found a lot of parasites by using the plastic fork method of squishing the stool against the side of the toilet bowl. Parasites are often completely mixed in the stool. Stool will squish and dissolve in the water. Worms, flukes, tapes, etc. will remain hard and not dissolve. So my rule was, remove anything that did not dissolve. Sometimes you can't identify the parasites or separate them from unprocessed food until you wash them off.
Take Oil of Oregano pills, Clove Powder in applesauce continuously after taking the Oregano Pills. Drink a glass of water with Diatomaceous Earth mixed in it daily. Get an enema bottle empty it, dry it out with a tissue, put Diatomaceous Earth in the enema bottle insert in your anus and spray you anus with Diatomaceous powder. You may have to do this several times a day until the matter clears up.
Please note I must apologize. Between brain fog & poor vision due to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity...
Please note I must apologize. Between brain fog & poor vision due to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity I read the bottle of Lugol's Stomach Saver wrong. It contains 15 mg elemental Iodine & 17.2 mg potassium Iodide per 12 drops. (with the potassium Iodide actually containing 13.1 mg of iodine). This is per 12 drops.
Parasites come in many different forms with nematodes being the most discussed on this forum. Nema...
Parasites come in many different forms with nematodes being the most discussed on this forum. Nematodes are generally thought in terms of roundworms and these are pretty much treated the same. There are many different types of roundworm with Ascaris being the more popular ones.
Roundworms have distinct tapered heads (or tails) and they will not stay formed after removal from the body (they disintegrate unless preserved). They are not irregular meaning they have distinct cylindrical shapes.
Many people misinterpret mucoid plaque for worms. However this does not mean you do not have parasites.
There are many pathogens that can inhabit the gut, nematodes being one. Rogue bacteria, yeast/fungal strains, protozoa parasites, trematodes and viral infections are the others.
In general terms, treatment for each one of these grouping has differences in protocols. Using general suggestions found in forums is not specific enough IMO.