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whatayear
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Is it ok to take LDN with humaworm? i dont see why not but want to check.

also for people that know about parasites or have treated alot for them. I have severe GI issues and for the last several months have this feeling in my throat that im being choked, my throat is inflammed, for me its worse then not being able to eat. could that be from parasites?

its my throat which is connected to my gut so im just wondering if parasites can make you feel like your not getting enough air/choking etc?

thank you
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Parasites can cause an intestinal blockage and make their home in the small intestine. Do a search here on lymenet by typing parasites into the search bar at the top.

Lots of good info. One round of Humaworm or any other herbal antiparasitic is not nearly enough. Parastroy recommends 6 mos on and 1 mos break.

I would take them as long as you are symptomatic and the do maintenance as Hulda Clark suggests. I Would take the herbs about an hour away from any other meds.

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I was hoping you would chime in glm1111!!! i have read back through some posts on here. lots of good info. do u think parasites could cause the fatigue and feeling like im being choked?

if i start with humaworm what should I take next if i cant take another round of humaworm?

chorella a good binder?

thanks
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Maybe take the Humaworm, then switch over to Parastroy. It's good to switch the parasite treatments around. I noticed with mine that some herbs killed off one type, while different herbs killed off other types.

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Good advice from six. I don't think it's not that you can't take more than one round of Humaworm.

For some reason they feel the parasites will build up a resistance. I don't find that to be the case, at least not from my personal experience.

I and another member got sicker when we went off of them too soon. You have to treat the herbs the same as you would when you take an abx.

Take them long enough and more to kill the infection. Maintenance dosing is very important as well. Good Luck,

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Yes, you can do more rounds of Humaworm. I did four. Now I do a follow up every 6-12 months. At this point, I no longer feel bad the whole time I'm on it, I feel just a little tired the first couple days. Previously, I felt horrible the whole time on it.

Enula, by Nutramedix was by far the best thing I found for treating roundworms.

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How did you guys know you had parasites? And how did you know which ones you had? Did you do this on your own or were you under the guidance of a doctor?
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I was tested for parasites and tested negative. I know I had tapeworms and roundworms because I saw them when they were passed. The tapeworm was in 6 inch pieces and what I saw would have measured 7 ft long, and that doesn't count what was "buried".

I passed about 30 + roundworms which were 10-15 inches long.

These things were hard to miss .....

I did it on my own. Bacterial overgrowth did show up on the parasite testing and my LLMD had me on herbs for it. I got tired of taking the various herbs and took Humaworm for simplicity's sake. The Humaworm website said their product treated the bacteria I had. It was only after I SAW the worms that I knew I had them.

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whatayear,

That sounds a lot like yeast too (choking an fatigue)

When yeast would go systemic on me I would always get a tingling and choking feeling in my throat.

To me that was as if the yeast was making it's way to mouth/brain/etc

Check your tongue hours away from a meal and see if white

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Yes, as canefan suggests, yeast can certainly play a part and the parasites feed off of the yeast. Chronic candida is on the list of symptoms for parasites.

So getting rid of one will get rid of the other. Taking antifungals and antiparasitics is a good idea.

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Thanks, Six. Ewww.

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