Possible Help where you list expect. Developing World
Dear Colleagues. I have read with sadness the frustration and pain each of us have experienced in the hands of medical professional and particularly Doctors who will not tolerate nor care to listen to parasite infection problems we all experience. For most patients who live in USA, Canada or Europe it is almost 100% certain that Doctors or GP will never believe nor care about your parasite infection experience or even want to consider treatment. Here is my simple advise if you feel left down by Doctors or medical profession in Developed world.
People in the Developed world often say parasite infections are problems of people living in the developing countries. If this be true, then through years countless encounters the medical fraternity in the developing world have built the unmatched competencies to handle the most basic and sophisticated parasite infections doctors in Developed world know nothing about.
Travel to South Africa or India. Look for the most reputable international hospitals there that treat parasite infection. These the benefits
1. Most Doctors in developing countries have some experience working on and treating cases of parasite infection.
2. The Doctors will more readily listen to you problem without labeling you as pscho or dilutionary or mad or say its all in your head.
3. The Doctors will unreservedly recommend laboratory tests immediately to identify the underlying cause or identify the type of parasite infection burdening you.
4. Laboratory tests are much cheaper than in developed countries
5. Laboratory tests are much faster. Results come out within hours
6. Treatment and drugs are cheaper, readily and easily accessible.
7. Alternative treatment using proven herbs are easily accessible.
8. Doctors are more ready and open to listen to your story or cry about parasite infection in humans. BECAUSE THEY KNOW IT IS REAL AND IT HAPPENS.
After experiencing so much mis-diagnosis, neglect, rejection, name-calling and abuse at the hands of clueless medical professionals/doctors in the Developed World for so many years why not give this trail. When I read the stories of mothers, fathers and children suffering from severe parasite infections and the health or medical system that is not ready or willing to care or listen - it breaks my heart. Many people who suffer from parasite infection would gladly give up their life because of the endless suffering, torment and pain. DO NOT GIVE UP ON LIFE. TRY SOMETHING NEW. AFTERALL YOU LOSE NOTHING GIVING UP ON SOMETHING THAT IS NOT WORKING.
Good advice, this reminds me of story about a woman from South America who decided to come to the ...
Good advice, this reminds me of story about a woman from South America who decided to come to the United States so she could get well. She visited all the top doctors and clinics with no help. She went back to S.A. and met with a doctor who simply told her the problem was parasitic and prescribed her ivermectin. Presto, she got better. Indigenous medicine understands these problems quite well.
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Re: Possible Help where you list expect. Developing World
That's an interesting idea and something I'd want to try if I can afford to at some point. It could be quite expensive though if you're going on a whim but I guess with Google translate it may be able to help find hospitals that treat parasites on the web.
I actually drove to Montreal to try out a parasite lab there but they ended up being useless. Partly due to a judgmental doctor but also that their strongyloides serology test and stool test didn't find anything.
I'd be curious if any countries offer PCR stool testing that check for multiple stuff. Also if countries mainly check for the popular parasites in their area. I guess if I ever did it I would maybe play it off as if I get sick in the country as to not seem crazy.
Yes, all these symptoms are due to infection. There are scant reports about the effectivness of bl...
Yes, all these symptoms are due to infection. There are scant reports about the effectivness of Black-Walnut type of products. I killed roundworm using oil of oregano along with myrrh, boswellia(frankincense) and neem. Why bother to change the recipe if you had success with oil of oregano?
Hi, thank you for your reply. I was taking oregano oil (Whole Foods Brand) just to make sure I don...
Hi, thank you for your reply. I was taking oregano oil (Whole Foods Brand) just to make sure I don't catch any colds as once I do, I am disabled for a week-two weeks so I really can't afford to be sick.
I wasn't taking oregano for a parasite cleanse or anything so I wasn't sure how to start. I found Dr. Clarke's protocol but my local health food store doesn't have much selection for the herbs.
I also want to make sure I kill them properly and all the ones I have in my body. I suspect I have some in my ear and head as well as I have ETD ENT said no need to put tubes and gave me no answer.
I also need to kill the eggs as well so I make sure they don't return.
It’s a horse hair worm. ... Horsehair Worm ... Horsehair Worm ... ... The horsehair worms are in...
It's a horse hair worm.
The horsehair worms are interesting threadlike roundworms that resemble the "hair of a horse's tail or mane." These long, active worms may be observed during late summer or fall in streams and ponds, but are more commonly noticed in domestic water containers such as bird baths, swimming pools, water troughs, pet dishes, sinks, bathtubs and toilets. They may also be found on damp garden soil or vegetable plants after a rain.
Horsehair worms are no bigger around than kite string (1/25 to 1/16 inch wide) and very long (4 to 14 inches). Amazingly, the entire horsehair worm grew and developed as a parasite inside the body cavity of crickets and other large insects such as grasshoppers, katydids, beetles and cockroaches. This internal parasite of insects does not harm humans, animals or plants.
Parasitized crickets are thirsty and go to water to drink. While there the horsehair worm emerges from the insect's body and swims away in the water, an essential step in the life cycle of this internal parasite. Insects infected with horsehair worms die as a result of the parasite.
Horsehair worms are white when they first emerge from the host's body. They turn yellowish-tan to brownish-black after a short period of time. The worms often squirm and twist in the water, knotting themselves into a loose, ball-like shape, resembling the "Gordian Knot." Another name for horsehair worm is Gordian worm.
Horsehair worms resemble hairs from horses actively moving in the water. A superstition once surrounding this species held that the worms in water troughs and puddles had miraculously come to life from the long, thin hairs of a horse's mane or tail that had fallen into the water.
Horsehair worms are completely harmless. They do not infest people, livestock, pets or plants. They are beneficial because of the small percentage of crickets that they kill. No control measures are needed when this interesting worm is found.