Am posting my reply to your PM on the forum as others often ask about this topic.
Please describe the "fluke-like thingies" released after your dental surgery in February.
Life cycles & symptoms of flukes are covered in the Fluke Protocol: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1667673#i.
The drug of choice for treating flukes is Praziquantel in two 3-day cycles a week apart. Albendazole is also taken in combination with Praziquantel if the infection is systemic.
Depending on the species, flukes vary in size, shape, & color. When passed in the stool, they appear as curled or rolled-up tomato skins, brown sticks, tan or brown leaf-shapes, yellow flakes, or brown pods pointed on one end. The stool is usually soft or loosely formed & a tan or yellowish color.
Young intestinal & liver flukes are small, flat, white worms, wide on one end & narrow on the other. Adults range in shades of pink, red, & almost black.
Blood & lung flukes are identified by blood tests. Stool tests for the other species are unreliable since neither the adults nor larva/eggs are shed everyday in the feces.
Have you ever been tested for Candida Albicans? This Wiki article discusses the correlation of fungal organisms in the GI tract to the condition of Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (ONJ): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteonecrosis_of_the_jaw
Hope this info helps you determine whether you have a fluke or fungal infection.
Wishing you good luck & speedy recovery for your upcoming dental surgery.
Your PM to me:
"Dear ICU, just browsed a few of your fabulous posts... I studied H. Clarks's works years ago when I was so sick during Lyme treatment, but professional scientist hubby thought they should be burned... I eventually gave them away, BUT, I remember some of the stuff as intuitively good.
Now: Have a genetic mutation toward slight clotting (Factor V Leiden hetero). Have "cavitations" and ONJ. After first surgery in February, Clark fluke-like thingies released. Next cavitations oral surgery (last) is June 13. Recommendations?
Dx: "Fibromyalgia, CFS" age 59 Female (look 49), "Disability" since 2007, but lots better. Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) advised post surgery, looking into the "mild" type home HBO.
THANKS. You're great. I already have bought ivermectin, etc. from Feed Store a couple of years ago due to various i-net posts, but have not taken regularly. THANKS, somadoc123"
Cheers - ICU
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