Mebendazole and Liver Damage
This is my story in a nutshell. While sick with stomach trouble in India, I was given the antibiotic Levaquin (flouroquinalone). It had devastating effects on my liver and body. But because I was already dealing with stomach trouble, I blamed the effects on the illness I was trying to treat and not the 'medicine' I was given.
I didn't make the connection until 3 years later when again I was given Levaquin and my already poor health spiraled downhill fast.
In trying the natural route to recovery, I began a series of liver flushes. And that's how I discovered my parasite problem. The worms featured in the pictures below are occupying my small intestine and liver. I probably picked
them up in India.
I began a parasite cleanse last november, starting with Humaworm. I then moved on to Clarkia
and Diatomaceous Earth. I took a short break after that, went raw vegan, began a juice fast and Bowel Cleanse
and started using any of these in combination and in high amounts:
10 cloves raw garlic a day
quassia wood chip tea
I took those for 2 months in higher than recommended amounts and while juice fasting, bowel cleansing, 2 coffee enemas
a day, liver flushes, kidney cleanses, cold sheet treatments (Dr. Christopher method), water enemas, and an array of herbal tinctures targeting other issues but also probably harming the worms. The above pictures are mostly from during the juice fast. I know they are in my liver because during a Liver Flush
I expelled worm carcasses with stones embedded in their main body. It is clear that they died in my liver and my liver was slowly turning their decaying body into liver stones
2 months out of the fast and I am still as infested as before. I can kill these things all day using only green juices with raw garlic and some cayenne. I sometimes pass 2-10 of them in different lengths and sizes but I cannot seem to exterminate them completely. I also had some blood work done and found that I am deficient in B-12.
I'm am still suffering from liver damage from the antibiotics. Because of this I am very sensitive to any pharmaceutical I take. I always have whatever side effects are mentioned (i.e.. strange bruising, tightness in throat, insomnia, etc.)
But I've also learned that when these worms die in my body, they exacerbate all my health problems immediately.
I can tell when one has died. It goes like this:
I drink a green juice with garlic. A half hour later I start to feel dizzy. My stomach starts gurgling. An hour later my tendons hurt and my muscles are all twitching. I become extremely irritable and angry. I start clenching my teeth and pacing around.
I lose all appetite and my stomach is full of air.
Two hours after that, I take a coffee enema
and sure enough pass anywhere from one to ten of these things.
Now my dilemma: the herbal approach isn't working for me. i hit them harder with herbs than anyone i've read here on curezone. i almost didn't survive the onslaught myself, but the worms sure enough did. the die off was horrible and i also suspect my liver had a hard time processing things like Wormwood
that leaves meds. but my f-up liver doesn't handle pharmaceuticals well. not to mention the load from the die off that the meds will create.
i need to rid myself of these things. they are complicating the recovery of my liver from the antibiotics.
I have mebendazole but I am reluctant to take it. The worst case scenario is that is does further damage to my liver but does not elIminate ALL the worms. I can't afford that risk.
I can't get a positive ID on the worms but I have those good photos. The first one I saw came out during a Liver Flush
using Epsom Salts
. it was very fresh with no deterioration at all. i didn't quite realize what it was and what were the implications as it was 5 in the morning and I didn't know I had a parasite problem until that moment. naively, i flushed it down the toilet without photographing it.
but i drew the sketch of what i saw. it had an enlarged almost fluke like body with a suc*** at the tip and then a long tail.
not a roundworm, not a flatworm, and not really a fluke. clearly, the parasite classification model needs to be updated.
you can see from the other pictures that they all have an enlarged body with an extending tail.
will mebendazole kill them? is it worth the risk to my liver? if not, what will kill them? i can't take a series of meds. my liver won't make it. but i might be able to just take one and recover IF it eradicates the worm problem. even then, i expect to have to spend a year or so nursing my liver.
I am running out of options.