Does anyone know what type of parasite this is? We found this recently it my pitbull's stool. She has been having ongoing skin problems for a year now and we've treated her with griseofulvim thinking it was a fungus but it just kept getting worse. A month and a half ago we started her on pyrantel pymante and have done 3 consecutive treatments on her and seen multiples of these in her stool along with small baby white ones, the baby ones were stringy and they didn't look segmented or rice like so I don't think they are tapeworms. Could this be deromex mites? Her skin where her rashes are is bold. The worm is 1-1 1/2 inches long and has little crawling legs on its belly or numbs. it kinda looks like hooks but I know its not a hookworm.
I know whatever she has we also have bc since she has been sick we also have been sick, me, my daughter and husband. migraines, Neck aches like menagitis pain, creepy crawling sensations all over body esp on face, nose, legs, nausea, horrible skin issues (uritcaria, big swollen itchy bites, burning skin, systematic issues, my husband has seen 10 differnt specialists and they still cant find out what's wrong with him, I could go on and on with list of symptoms. Its been hell. I know we have some kind of parasite, I really don't care what the doctors say, they're ignorant to me. I just need to know what this is. I have ivermectin and albendazole on hand ready to give to my whole family and dogs. We will start this friday. I'm gonna do ICU's Protocol hoping to kill whatever it is we and the dog has.
Thanks in advance!
I recently received my Elispot results from Armin Labs for a tick bite from 3 months ago, negative, with 0 for all species, above 3 is positive, 2-3 is weak positive, and less than 2 is negative. Dr. Klinghardt considers this a very good test. ELISA and C6 ELISA negative, although !GM was 13.5 whereas above 16 is positive. Negative PCR Borrelia and negative ELISA for Bartonella. I am puzzled by this.
First of all, after looking into the microscope, in the refraction artifacts (Floaters), which are well illuminated by the light from the scope so you can see them more clearly than from sunlight, I saw a spirochete shaped filament. And I mean exactly the shape from the microscopic photos on google. Also I have been seeing small worm clusters as floaters. Both of these I never had before the bite.
Secondly, I have been sporadically ill, first with headaches, then with fatigue, and now its full blown weakness. I don't know what is going on, but I have some ideas. I have been eating large quantities of plant based antimicrobial, antiparasite, foods like garlic, papaya seeds, habanero peppers, ginger, turmeric, diatomeceous earth and extracts of black walnut hull, wormwood, samento, etc. Also using tea tree oil topically. Is it possible that the Borrelia are hiding in my brain/eyes?
I have been quite stressed lately as well, and this weakness really kicked in after a very hot bath. Could it also be possible that my immune system is so overwhelmed that I have not produced T Cells (what the Elispot measures). I have not taken antibiotics yet but I am about ready to do so, as I don't know what else to do at this point. It may be worth doing irreversible damage to my gut flora so as to avoid irreversible damage to my nervous system.
Any opinions would be great appreciated.
Parasite Warriors -
Stool Sample & Worm Specimen Lab Tests - Reasons For False Negative Results
Most folks are unaware that labs don't do a "human-eye" exam of stool samples or worm specimens & they don't test the entire contents you submit.
Their mechanized equipment takes only a small smear & puts it on a culture dish.
Chances are slim the random smear contains any larva or eggs, even though they might be in other parts of the sample.
Chances are even slimmer that there's anything to test since larva & eggs aren't shed everyday.
Computerized microscopes scan the culture & compare it to their library of digital profiles of parasite eggs & larva.
There are thousands of parasite types & species, but most labs have digital images of only the 25-50 most common ones.
And unless it's a "biopsy" test, the lab doesn't take a cross-section of worms or specimens to examine microscopically.
The standard lab finding of "Negative" is the norm, which, of course, is BS.
Bottom line: The majority of labs utilize limited state-of-the-art testing techniques. Upgrading their parasite image library would cost them $$. And that leaves you s*it out of luck finding a lab that can accurately test your s*it.
So you're $tuck with paying the piper to look at your pile of poop, even though the results were BS. (lol)
Gotta go...this chit chat has reminded me it's time to scoop the poop in the kitty litter box. (meow meow)
Cheers - ICU
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