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ICU's protocols: How to prioritize treatment of five concurrent infections
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ICU's protocols: How to prioritize treatment of five concurrent infections

I've recently been diagnosed via Metametrix Stool Analysis with Strongyloides and a PPTU. Before finding curezone, I'd dabbled in a few isolated doses of ivermectin and some herbs. While taking these I've seen what are definitely liver flukes in my stool and pinworms on my anus, and now what looks like Ascaris in my stool. When taking ivermectin, 100's of small black poppy-seed looking things are embedded in my stool.

I've just begun two of ICU's protocols simultaneously: Strongyloides (Ivermectin + Albendazole) and Flukes (Praziquantel added to the Strongyloides protocol.) But now that I've seen no less than four different types of worms, plus the black poppy seed things, and also have the PPTU, I'm confused as to how to proceed.

For background, my liver is healthy and my symptoms are mild so far (nightly anal itching, brain fog, and slow, steady weight loss). Herbs are not an option for me due to a mild ulcer and gastritis, which makes my stomach sensitive to anything bitter, hot, or spicy (garlic, cloves, etc). I eat a paleo-type diet with no gluten/sugar/grains and I typically have one bowel movement per day.

I believe my infections are mostly due to chronically low stomach acid, as well as a daily sushi habit for 20 years (which sadly ended this past year)

Any recommendations from ICU or others as to how to organize my assault on these critters, without destroying my liver along the way, would be very welcome. Thank you!

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