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lyme987
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I have been treating lyme going on 4 years now. I have taken one course of Biltricide about 5 months ago.

My bart will not go away (Have had about 25 years) Is treating parasites making a difference with anyone? I'm doing a round of ALbenza and biltricide now, herxing pretty bad, not sure if it's the bart or a herx

Help! If you are using pharmcueticals (a naturopath prescribed them,) how long do you treat?

How do you know when the parasites are gone? I see nothing in my stool (although I know many are too small to see with naked eye)

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It is a herx. Start low with biltricide. Like 1/4 the first round and then later I did up to 2 three times for 2 days according to your weight.

Bart is often misdiagnosed in my opinion.
Red dots and red lined dissappear.
No idea about albenza.

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How long did you use the biltricide? Did you see a major difference?

I definitely have bart unfortunately, just won't go dormant

Thanks for replying

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Forgot to ask

Karen L-What kind of red dots are from bart?-I have tiny -real red almost raised, dots, is this bart? I never knew this and here I thought I could write a book about this disease

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My red dots are gone after parasite treatment -
had the same as you and also brown spreckles.

I did four rounds ( each two days ) of biltricide about 6 weeks apart. It depends how you feel.

Biltricide also works for liver flukes - I think we all have them, they are just normal.
And it is always good if the liver can work better.

You can also take in between just herbs and clove.

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are you talking about albendazole?
I took that for a little over a week (only because my town ran out of mebendazole)

I like albendazole better than mebendazole.

I am treating parasites with Parastroy and salt c and have notice far more reaction than when on the pharma.

I tested positive for Trichinella and equivocal for roundworm.

I also have the raised red dots, sometimes they stay for a long time, like a month. they spread in diameter and eventually form a clear center. almost ring-wormish like. i dont kno if this is bart or parasites or food allergies.

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I just started these yesterday!! So far, I'm getting really tired after the mid-day dose of biltricide.

I've also been treating about 4 years. About 90% well, just trying to hit some things before another round of IV for lyme (losing my memory again).

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