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Re: Multiple parasites to be identified with pics
 
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Re: Multiple parasites to be identified with pics


The things coming out of your nose look like Mansonella species, If you traveled to and spent much time in South America, Central America, Caribbean islands, or the southern half I'd almost guess Mansonella Ozzardi, but they have a distinctive "Schnauzer Dog" shaped head and two antennae like a giraffe or a snail., so more likely Mansonella Perstans maybe ?

I am battling against M.Ozzardi right now, and every time I take herbals or meds that make them uncomfortable, they try to escape my body by dissolving an exit hole thru skin somewhere, their favorite place to exit partially out and die is inside my nostrils, mostly along the fleshy skin covering my septum. They look a lot like boogers, until you view them under magnification. Yesterday I blew out a big snot rocket that contained a big fat worm, nearly an inch long.... adult M.Ozzardi, or most of one anyway. It's tail was missing but it almost made it all the way out of my nose, which bled for a bit afterwards. I wish these mf'er would hurry up and all die off. I've taken Ivermectin and Moxidectin to kill off all the microfilaria and juveniles, but those drugs won't kill the adults, just upset them and send them scrambling all over my body and some try to escape. I even had one dissolve a hole in my forehead trying to escape, and died with 1/2" of it sticking out. I've recently started Doxycycline Antibiotics , which kills off a certain bacteria that lives symbiotically inside these worms and they need it to live and reproduce. It takes 90-120 days of Doxy to be effective, and long term doxy can cause psychological adverse side effects such as depression, evsn suicide isolation, and also manic outbursts of anger and rage,
 

 
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