I do not know about flukes and the liver. I have seen pictures that are ugly, huge holes in the liver.
I look at it another way. I had to kill roundworms, that I knew I had (test positive) and that every treatment failed to touch.
I was so desperate, I took doses of meds, that I knew were way to high, but a researcher in a tiny country tested, and the person did not die. I was this crazy.
Flukes came out, and I knew my earlier attempt to remove them failed.
I developed a brute force protocol for flukes, and it worked.
After I got rid of the flukes, and their enzymes, I went back and retested some of my roundworm meds. Almost every roundworm med gave me results instantly, at exactly the dose levels research said it should work. I concluded the flukes masked my attempts to kill Ascaris.
About a dozen folks I know of, have done the protocol. Another half a dozen or so are doing it now. It works. About a half a dozen people did not get a kill. Most get a kill starting in 14 days. One got a kill to start on day 14.
One person dosed to high, kill started in 3 days. A couple failed to take the D3, and only discovered the missing vitamin late. Those that follow the protocol, have good results, some have finished early.
For those with systemic fluke infections, it is a near death experience, the supplements keep you strong enough to get through a systemic kill. They may not be for everyone, but once the kill starts, if you are not doing all the supplements, as they are laid out, it could become a very serious and bad outcome.
of black dead stuff the body excretes is almost surreal.
No, I have never been tested for flukes, I saw them, why be tested?
The test will not tell you they are in the brain, the MRI was a waste of money.
I suggest to people, my challenge of PinX told me I had flukes.
I suggest to people that a brief PZQ challenge test is a good idea, only a few flukes come out, and the body is not unhinged.
Time then can be set aside, with a bed, food, water, supplements, and meds, so one can plan for a week of no movement. The kill can be a near death experience. It is deep, it is total.
A challenge test typically employs a single bottle of 50 grams of Praziquantel powder.
A total kill (52 days) can easily take 300 grams depending on weight, even though the dosing level is the lowest level studies identify, ~ 25mg/kg/D.
The work, and most of the safety of the kill, is by vitamin D3, which adjusts the "intensity" of the kill. Lower the D3, there is some time to react, and slow the chain reaction of dying flukes.
There are 4-7 days of intense killing, 2 weeks of killing and black stool toxin dumping and the smell, then there are 21-28 days to make sure you got all the eggs. Add in a week to slowly ramp up, and the whole process is 52 days.