Hi Sam & Damara!
This is in response to your PM to me regarding tapeworm protocol questions. Am posting this on the forum as it's a topic others often ask about.
White eggs in the stools may be remnants of the die-off process. The drugs gradually disssolve/disintegrate the body of the tapeworm. You'll usually pass blobs of tissue but sometimes you'll see the scolex, proglotidd sections, & eggs, & this can continue for a couple of weeks post-treatment.
Since it's possible your girlfriend has a firmly-entrenched, die-hard tapeworm or a colony of tapeworms, to err on the side of caution, I'd sugget she repeat the protocol.
Since you haven't passed anything noteworthy yet, you may be in the same boat....suggest you repeat the protocol again too.
Her chronic liver & gallbladder pain is a common symptom of liver, pancreatic, and/or intestinal flukes. The Praziquantel she took may have stirrred the pot, so to speak, & caused some die-off.
If she still has discomfort on the right side of her abdomen after repeating the tapeworm protocol, suggest she do a couple of cycles of the Fluke Protocol (albendazole & praziquantel): http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1667673#i
To support her liver during the second round of the tapeworm protocol & the fluke protocol, suggest she take the following:
Milk Thistle, 1 tab, 125mg, twice daily. This supplement helps to repair impaired liver functioning & provides support in eliminating toxins. Benefits of Milk Thistle: http://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-milk-thistle.html
NAC (N-acetyl cysteine), 1 tab, 600mg, 3 times daily. Benefits of NAC: http://www.liverdoctor.com/n-acetyl-cysteine/
Highly recommend both of you boost your immune system with these vitamins & supplements: http://curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=2161663#i
When the parasite burden is heavy, parasite drug chemotherapy can be a grueling experience due to the side effects of toxins released from die-off. This is the Herxheimer Reaction or Parasite-Die Off Syndrome. The following tips provide relief, ease discomfort, & assist the body in healing: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1617480#i
You can buy Praziquantel 600mg tabs on EBay.ca. I've sent you a PM listing the E-Bay link & pharma sites for the Niclosamide & Albendazole tablets. I can't post these on the forum....the moderator will delete them on the basis they are commercial advertising!#?
I recommend the Valbazen suspension vs Albendazole tablets. The Valazen manufacturing process & formulation provide a higher & more consistent uptake rate & bioavailability. Since Valbazen isn't available in Canada, perhaps a friend or relative in the US can mail it to you.
Good luck in your battle, & keep the forum posted on your progress. Feedback helps others who are experiencing the same ordeal, & they will gladly offer tips & suggestions to help you.
Cheers - ICU
Ready To Battle The Beasts! (meow meow)
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My Parasite Drug Treatment Protocols: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=2012403
Your PM To Me:
Thank you so much for contributing your in-depth knowledge and immense kindness to everyone on the forum. You make me and my girlfriend feel so much better by knowing that we're not alone, and that there is hope to our struggles. We live in Canada and we've had no luck in finding a doctor who is willing or able to treat (or believe) us.
We have been in communication with Kolt Quinn on the forum for a few months now, and we acquired the drugs described in your Tapeworm protocol through his friend. Kolt has been tremendously supportive.
To give you a brief history, I passed a very long worm about a year ago, but I flushed it down the toilet in horror. Since then, the mal-absorption and fatigue that my girlfriend and I have been experiencing (among other symptoms) have found their explanation. After a long period of zero-ova results from the lab and being ignored by doctors, we found your protocol and began the treatment. Currently, we just finished the 1st round of the protocol (Niclosamide, then Praziquantel and Albendazole).
Cutting to the chase, I have a question for you.
I have not passed anything in my stool yet, but my girlfriend is noticing white specs in hers. She has been experiencing pain in her liver/gall bladder area for a long time, and this pain has intensified during the protocol and after it, especially today. I believe that the white specs in her stool are quite possibly eggs, but my question for you is, why is she passing eggs? Does that indicate that her worm is dead, dying, or still alive? What should we do?
We have just booked a doctor's appointment today to get a test kit. If they want eggs for diagnosis, here - we finally might have some! However, I do not trust that they will give us proper treatment even after diagnosis.
Thank you so much, ICU. My girlfriend and I are tremendously grateful for your generosity.
Sam (and Damara)
It's okay to start taking Albendazole again now...no need to wait for the Prazi order.
Suggest you do a 2-week cycle, then rest the liver for 1 week.
Then start the tapeworm meds (Niclo, Albenza, & Prazi) per the regular protocol schedule: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1566532#i
You'll have better results with a drug schedule that maintains a constant level of meds in your system in order to thin out the herd & the eggs they lay daily.
Long stretches between drug cycles doesn't result in resistance. It creates a larger population to deal with, requiring a longer period of treatment.
Good luck & keep us posted on your progress!
Cheers - ICU