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Re: Tapeworm in heart and brain
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Published: 7 years ago
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Re: Tapeworm in heart and brain

Ascaris is hard,

Tapeworms are easier, using Pyrantel Palmoate and Praziquantel.

Here is the reason for my statement:

I cleared my Tapeworm infection 10 months ago, in less than a dozen weeks.

I am still fighting Ascaris (Ascarid actually), but I have almost finished.

The hardest part is recognizing that the published doses Doctors use, are to clear the GI trac only. Once a worm larvae migrates, the dose and choice of an anti parasitic changes.

I have found that the staring point for systemic or migrated parasites is 10X the level of GI trac parasites.

Oh yes, one more finding, Piperazine Citrate cleared me of several hundred Tapeworm eggs, after many many other kinds of treatments, and long after I thought all my Tapeworm eggs were gone.

Let me explain:

Its like an episode of House, everyone lies.

I dosed PinX every 3 weeks for months, it took me 3 months+ until my GI trac was actually clear.

I dosed PZQ at 50mg/kg/D for 14 days, and once, every 3 weeks, for months, until my system was clear. Segments turned into large tapeworm heads during the process.

After Tapeworms were long gone, I was clearing my brain of Ascaris using Piperazine, when hundreds of tapeworm eggs came out, so many I could not believe it, and for days.

I think the problem with Tapeworms is the eggs are embedded in the GI trac, and Piperazine is required to get them out of the GI trac, and stop reinfecting the body.

That is just a guess on my part, but one of observation.



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