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17hens
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It doesn't mention them on lymephotos. Wondering what experiences others have had.

Leaving for doctor's appointment in an hour - asking for Dr. K. parasite protocol for DD and getting cold feet. I just don't feel comfortable with meds anymore, I guess.

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hens,

the combo of antiparasitic herbs and salt/c killed the liver flukes and TONS of other parasites for me. Don't know if salt/c alone is enough.

Gael

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If you go the Salt/C route, it can take two years before results show. You need to reach different parasites to get at all. Each med addresses different types.

Read Simon Yu "Accidental Cure" or check his website.

Per Dr. K. pharmaceuticals for parasites are quicker and therefore much less toxic than many months of herbals, etc.

Salt & C will take a much longer time, and when we tried it years ago, I did not find Salt & C
easy.

It took a long time to arrive at the good protocol for parasites, per Dr. K.

Take care.

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Thanks, Gael. I appreciate it! [Smile]
Do you think your flukes are gone?
You are the reigning Q. of P., you know. [Cool]

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Oh yeah, you know what the doc said at the appt today? He said the protocol looked a bit scary but he'll look it over and do some research and in the meantime DD should take his normal parasite protocol - 1 vermox in a day and another vermox a week later. What do you think? A joke?

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Hi Gigi,

That is exactly what draws me to Dr. K's protocol - the speed of the treatment. I don't want my daughter to have to wait months or years if she doesn't have to.

How do I get my doc to consider Dr. K's treatment? Will Dr. K. be in Toronto this month? I could ask my doc to look him up - maybe relieve the reservations. I don't know.

It seems like everyone for himself with this dumb disease. Only here on LN do I find people helping each other.

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GiGi,

My personal experience was doing the antiparasitic herbs for 6 mos and then adding salt/c was deadly to the parasites shown on lymephotos and other parasites.

I stopped the herbs when I started the salt/c, but still had TONS of parasites exit for mos. I will add however, that stopping the herbs was a mistake.

The salt/c alone was not enough. I have nothing against the Pharma antiparasitics if done in a safe manner. I do know that they can be hard on the liver.

I would like to hear from someone who has done Dr.K.s protocol and the results, and also how long it took to get rid of the parasites.

Honestly, I am for whatever works in getting rid of this horrible disease.

P. S. Salt/c is reported to kill the cysts and ketes.

Gael

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P.P.S

Thanks for the kudos hens, but GiGi was reporting about parasites here long before I ever knew they were a problem.

It's just that when i saw what came out of me, I was in such shock, that I can't shut up about reporting those ugly ba.tards for fear others have them. [rant] [Big Grin]

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I just did a round of Parastroy. Found nothing. I don't have bad Gi issues, or many telltale parasite symptoms, but I wanted to hit it anyway. Ill try again in a bit I guess...
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I just looked up the Vermox and at my doc's dosage it only hits pinworms. At a higher dosage it also hits hookworm, common roundworm, and whipworm. Oh well. He said liver fluke but nope, he was wrwrwrwr... Back to square one.

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I just finished the Dr K protocol after 4 months of herbals. I have had a lot of success, but I still hav a long way to go, this protocol is not an immediate cureall, but the best path in my opinion. I'm going to do a couple weeks of herbals then another round of the protocol. I have my liver checked every 3 weeks.
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Scott, oh, you're going to be sorry you've shared with me! [Wink] I'm going to kill you with questions - hope you don't mind!

I'm trying to figure out how to best do this with my daughter, so I'm full of questions.

You did 4 months of herbals (what were they?) and then Dr. K's 6 week protocol?

Are you doing this protocol w/ Dr. K or with another LLMD? If another, was it their idea or did you ask for it?

Are you on more than just these meds that you would need your liver checked every 3 weeks?

Was the protocol physically hard on you?

Thanks so much in advance for sharing your experience with me. I appreciate it so much!

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