You've probably had liver or intestinal flukes for many years. They form huge colonies, & encysted ones live 10-20 yrs.
Usually you're asymptomatic until you pass them in a stool. They look like curled or rolled-up tomato skins, leaf-shapes, flattish brown pods, or brown sticks. So, you know have them when you see them! (lol)
These are the most common flukes ~ the pics show them flattened out so that details are clearly defined to ID them:
Clonorchis sinensis (Liver Fluke)
Fasciolopsis Buski (Intestinal Fluke)
Save your $$ on buying Tricla/Egaten tabs or Fasinex suspension. They're used for Fasciola hepatica (Sheep Liver Fluke), Fasciola magna (Deer Liver Fluke), & Fasciola gigantica, which are endemic in overseas countries. I'd recommend taking this drug only if you have a positive lab test confirming infection!
Fasciola hepatica (Sheep Liver Fluke) (left)
& Fasciola magna (Deer Liver Fluke) (right)
A-Fasciola Gigantica & B-Fasciola Hepatica
Tricla/Egaten/Fasinex are banned for shipment to the US & Canada. You can get them through bootleg sources, but the costs are very expensive.
Dosage is based on your weight, & repeat/followup treatment is usually required. So you'd need to order a large quantity of it. If you're not infected w/those flukes, it would be a tremendous waste of money.
For the common flukes, you can buy a jar of Prazi koi pond powder on E-Bay & fill gelcaps for a fraction of the cost of Tricla/Egaten/Fasinex from bootleggers & Prazi tabs from offshore drug pharmas. Details are in the protocol on how to figure your dosage: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1667673#i
That's your fluke tutorial for today. (hee hee) Next time we hear from you, we expect to know which species you've got ~~ Fasciolopsis buski or Clonorchis sinensis.
Take care ~~ keep us posted on your progress ~~ feedback helps everyone on the forum.