Cimber38: Reliability of Stool Sample Tests
Evidently your eyes glazed over & you missed the annoying fine print in my protocols about the unfailing failure rate of lab tests on poo-poo samples (lol):
"Before starting any drug treatment, recommend you seek medical diagnosis & lab testing to confirm the type of parasitic infection you have so that appropriate meds are used.
But brace yourself for bad news. Even when you take in whole worms or specimens for lab tests, results are usually negative!#? (lol) This occurs when specific parasite tests (there are many to choose from) aren't ordered by your doctor. This also applies to blood tests.
Stool tests are also unreliable. The sample you collect may not contain any worms, eggs, or larva because they're not shed everyday. Or the lab takes a small smear that doesn't contain anything to test although other areas of the sample contain parasites. Or specific parasite tests aren't ordered.
Brace yourself for more bad news. The mantra of most doctors is that all parasite infections only occur in 3rd world countries or poor, dirty, uneducated, lower-class folks!#? They usually diagnose patients with "Delusional Parasitosis" & prescribe anti-psychotic drugs as a cure, which, of course, is a big dose of "BS". (lol)
So be sure to take tranquilizers or blood pressure meds before your office visit so you don't go BESERK when you're told you're CRAZY!?#. Or use my tips for doctor appointments: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1611820. (hee hee)"
Cheers - ICU