Numerous are they that did a herbal parasite
cleanse to discover that they caused the little monsters to head for the hills from the gut.
Meaning, going places they normally would not.
To internal organs, skin, head, ears, eyes.
A deep read of data here will verify this. It is not balderdash. It is as true as can be.
The budget, "Eye Allergy Relief," from WalMart can be a big help.
Red eyes could be from environmental factors. Work. Home. Other places frequented.
There are enough that have posted in this forum that wish they never went "there," i.e., a parasite, "herbal cleanse," on a misguided, "I will get rid of any things that might be there."
The old saying comes to mind, "Let sleeping dogs lie." Very sage. Very true.
No advice from here.
Personally, at this point, this stage, I tend to think that everybody has parasites
of some sort or other.
I tend to think that it is a numbers game. When enough occur there is a perceived problem.
Otherwise they are under the level of observation that would indicate a problem.
Like e. coli. Ever-present in the gut. If the numbers increase to the point there is a perceived sickness problem, for whatever reason, then e. coli is a problem.
Parasites. I am convinced that every body has them.
The question then is, "Will it be a good thing to stir them up?" Possibly making them a bigger problem than they already are?
Now, for a bit more clarity, I speak as someone who does have dissemination, a so-called hyper-infection.
This is not an assumption.
This is verified with uses of various microscopes.
There is no cure for me as far as I have been able to discern to date.
I try to keep the numbers down and continue to live.
It has not been possible to eradicate the extent of the problem.
This was not always so.
There was a specific trigger pulled that caused dissemination, hyper-infection.
I wish I knew then what I know now.
I probably would not be in the situation I now find myself in.