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Truesun
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Hi, I have been very sick for over a month this time. Was in hospital with severe shortness of breath, etc. Had pleurisy, Low BP and low HRetc. I am out now and still sick as heck and weak and loopy.
Well as the norm I have given up on the local Docs being helpful. Mine is in Europe right now and I know someone here has the answer to this questions, So here goes. I now have severe asthma symptoms which I have never had.

I for many sound reasons believe my problem is parasites in the lungs also known as lungworm. I have ivermectin, biltricide, albenzadole, ,etc I have taken iver the last three nights but it isnt doing much . So my questions is different med, different schedule, or what???
I cannot of course get someone to go in my lung and isolate the worm-that kind of terrific care is for pets not people- I am taking iver once a day -should I up it to 4 x like some.

ANY feedback is appreciate-I am scared and just want advice quick and u r the best there is with all your experiences so please help True Sun

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Misdiagnosed for many years. Treated for many things besides the real issue. Lyme diagnosed April 2008. Parasites diagnosed recently. Past to both my sons. Trying to remain hopeful and thankful.

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Truesun-some parasite warriors will be along shortly to help you.

In the Parasite Warriors support thread under medical questions, on pages 17-21 there are some folks discussing Dr. K's protocol for parasites.

Best,
Greta

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Truesun
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Thanks Cant find their thread right now

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Truesun,

Brought the PARASITE WARRIORS thread up for you to review. I had SEVERE asthma, bronchitis, pnuemonia etc for over thirty yrs. Got rid of ALL of it when I tx for parasites. You are right on the money.

I used antiparasitic herbs such as Parastroy, Humaworm etc and salt/c to get rid of my symptoms and had many G.I. parasites exit as well.

Hopefully others will come along who have taken the meds to give you guidance. You are the right track!! Also www.lymephotos.com Had these exit as well.

Gael

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GLM1111, U r who I wanted to hear from actually. I had read before about your asthma symptoms. Anything you did for some instant breathnig relief. Really having hard time getting a breath and stupid albuterol puffer is a joke. Also feel like neck is too tight. Do you know if I can nebulize eucalyptis oil? Or maybe garlic and salt?

Spelling bad cause not enough O2. They gave me a machine but off to come type.

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If your breathing gets to labored PLEASE GO TO THE ER for tx. You can't fool around with this. Also strong black coffee helped me. Steam on the stove in a pot with eucalyptis could help along maybe with a salt pipe.

Some suggestions. I would start on the salt/c asap and perhaps do a warm water enema to release any parasites in the lower colon. Hope you get relief soon.

Gael

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Thanks so much. I will be doing it all and more. This is frightening.

TrueSun

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For lungworm, my doc had me nebulizing potassium iodide (just 1 drop in a tiny bit of distilled water).

As always, discuss with your doc beforehand.

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I rotated parasite meds and improved "asthma " symptoms that are probably lungworm. Best help was combo of ivermectin/ biltricide taken every other day for a year . Now I take it 2 days a week. If I completely sop it , the SX return. I believe this has been a lifesaver .

I would do parasite meds every other day for a LONG time. I think that is a safe approach. I had to treat myself , but the initial herx with ivermectin assured me I was on the right track.

I am not cured , but can walk 2 miles most evenings and do some volunteer work . I still feel fluish each AM . Treating parasites is CRITICAL!!!! I improved far more with this than 3 yrs of ABX!

There are ways of treating yourself safely and cheaply . PM me if you have questions .

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Dr. K said Mimosa Puddica clears lung worms.

Also, my LLMD said that albendazole clears lung worms and system wide worm infections. She said with a bad infection a macroglide (like Zithromax) with albendazole and colonics or enemas.

Detox.

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