HELP! My First flush and need help identifying what exactly I am seeing!
HELP! This is my first time doing a flush. I am 29 years old and am normally healthy. But i have been sick for almost a year now.. terrible joint pain, chronic vaginal infections, my skin is mottled and patchy and red, my scalp has this awful raised rash that comes and goes, I have inflammation all over which leaves marks on my skin, pain and swelling of my ears (which is one of the worst symptoms), dizziness, and mucus galore in my stool just to name a few things that I've started dealing with over the last 10 months. From the beginning I thought it was a parasite... based on what I was seeing and feeling (creepy crawly weirdness at night) and because I went out of the country in the months before the symptoms. But when I told an ER doctor that he called me delusional and asked if I was on drugs. I was humiliated.. I had many conversations similar with other dr's as my journey went on. Why is there such a stigma? My PC doc tested my stool but said it was negative for parasites
and negative for literally every other thing he tested for so those close to me started to doubt me and if this was really happening or possibly that i was losing it. I've been out of months for 3 months and am worried about losing my job... this has derailed my life and I am so tired of being sick and tired. I finally tried a cleanse/flush 2 days ago and these are the results below... since I have never done this before I am not sure what I am seeing. I googled liver flukes and it looks scary similar to my photo. Could this be parasites
like I suspected or are these things often seen expelled during flushes? Any advice or input is greatly appreciated!
Oh also - I'm taking albendazole (sp?) as prescribed by my doctor to rid any possible parasites
(my 2nd dose in the last 3 months) but I couldn't stand the thought of them being inside me or any other gross stuff so I decided to also flush at the same time To see what the medicine was doing. I felt that was necessary to share to give the full picture.
To anyone else suffering from an unseen, unrecognized, or undiagnosed medical problem - my heart goes out to you and know you aren't alone!