>Which was a good idea. The protocol here works, whereas the Infectious Disease doc, with his lucrative travel medicine practice, prestigious hospital affiliations, and MD from Columbia, told me the whole specimen I brought in looked like a piece of zucchini (my telling him I don't eat zucchini made no impact) and diagnosed me officially with constipation and unofficially but obviously with delusional parasitosis. I begged for a stool test (not yet knowing about the notorious unreliability of stool tests), which request he very reluctantly granted, and which of course came back negative anyway, even though I had put quite a few of the most obvious dead flukes and a lot of ova in both containers, along with some stool.
I understand you so much. I had exactly the same situation.
Doctors told me I was crazy and delusioned myself.
They refused to inspect dead parasites and told me they were pieces of my guts