Hi! Don't know for sure but it is possible. I know certain parasites
do migrate to other parts of the body at times.
Ascaris worm will move to the lungs to lay eggs-there. I'm not sure how the cycle works exactly (Humaworm knows more) but I think what happens is once the eggs hatch in the lungs, you cough the larvea up in mucous globs-- and if you re-swallow the mucous, the larvea ends up in your stomach or intestines. The stomach acid will not kill the larvea, and they mature into more Ascaris
It could even be Tapeworm
too. I know I was having coughing fits--and have been spitting up yellow or creamy white mucous- even though I am not sick with any kind of obvious flu or cold. I thought maybe I could have picked up an Ascaris
infection in my lungs, but now I'm starting to wonder if it could be a Tapeworm
infection. I noticed these past two days that I'm coughing up flat creamy yellow segments, and Tapeworm
Whatever the case of what it is-- you can only benefit from a parasite
cleanse. You may want to ask Humaworm on his forum too.
Both Humaworm and the Barefoot Herbalist sell a good herbal dewormer . Barefoot Herbalist also sells "Air Restore", a combination of herbs you can try in a tincture that help out with the lungs.
I would also make sure to daily force yourself to get more air in your lungs. If anything is in there, I know it will not like being exposed to more oxygen in the body. parasites
Taking a teaspoon of oregano oil at night will also help kill any larvea --especially if this happens to be Ascaris
worms in your lungs.