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hopeforhealth
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Just a quick reminder so anyone interested in replying knows my history.

I have been sick for almost 4 years. Treated Lyme (through a pregnancy so low dose) for 3 years. I was not seeing alot of improvement then started doxy and cipro and improved a small amount.

Then I became ill with stomach issues passed many many worms, took humaworm, vermox and 70% of my symptoms cleared.

I am still on humaworm and waiting for ivermectin to come in the mail.

Saturday I felt rundown took a nap and by Sat. evening my symptoms returned with a vengeance.

My symptoms are brain fog (worse than usual) nerve pain, burning feet(but cold to touch) tingling, anxiety, headache.

What is happening? I had a phone consult and told my llmd how great I was feeling now I feel back to square one for the last 3 days.

Is it normal for this to happen with parasites or is this the lyme/bart?

Thank you for any help

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glm1111
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Once you start going after the parasites, you cannot stop the tx. Perhaps you are herxing or you may need something stronger since you were already taking the vermox.

You could try adding some salt/c until the vermox comes. The sea salt puts the parasites/worms into osmotic shock.

Also be aware that Vermox (Ivermectin) does not kill the adults. Try adding some xtra cloves to kill the eggs.

Gael

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PARASITES/WORMS ARE NOW
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http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/101357?

This is the sequence of treatment that Dr. K. follows and that I follow. When you kill parasites successfully (you re not done yet), for now you have to treat the toxic metals that were in the coats of the parasites and are now being released.
The funigi follow in the same order. It will die off.
The body grows fungi as a protection, because the toxic mercury, etc. would otherwise kill us.

If any bacteria is remaining, they are the smallest and should be treated later. It is easily testable with energetic testing.

In other words, killing parasites has now set toxin release in motion and you need to follow with anti-metal anti-funga, organ support and lots of binders to move the dead toxins out.

Dr. K. asks his patients to get at least two colonics in a row when treating parasites to avoid recirculation of these toxic metals and reabsorption in other body areas.

If you have more parasites, you may need to go back and treat them again. That is the reason why Dr. K. uses pharmaceuticals, because you need to clear out the brain also - parasites can be everywhere and herbs do not penetrate. The only two that cross the bbb are albendazole and alinia.

Maybe you can Find someone to ART test you. Some of the doctors I know on the West Coast now do it legally by Skype (sp?). In that way you can find out what you need to address next.

The six week protocol for all size and locations of parasites has been well tested and works well.
The eggs and larvae are also in the brain and you need to get all of them to get your food and your health back. Without that, we get what's left of nutrients and the dead stuff. Life parasites live in the small intestines and elsewhere - dead ones live in the colon. So colon treatment/cleanses accomplish very little.

Take care.

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I was not aware vermox was ivermectin (my doctor prescribed me vermox but I went and ordered ivermectin from a horse place thinking it was something else). I am going to start the salt c tomorrow. Thank you.

You are both so knowledgeable in this area. I was spending the past 3 years trying to understand lyme, now this. It seems to be to much for me. I am struggling to understand what I have to do.

My doctor prescribed DMSA for heavy metals. Should I start that along with the parasite treatment?

I am seeing a very good llmd in ny but he does not treat parasites. Is there someone I can go to that will guide me in parasite treatment? I live in Toronto and travel to my appointments in ny.

Can I buy Alinia myself online? Thanks for your help and I'm sorry to repeat questions I'm sure you have answered many times.

I have to little ones over here demanding my attention that can't understand mommy is sick.

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also the term herxing is that referring to lyme or that term can also happen from parasite treatment?
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I think Vermox (generic: mebendazole) and ivermectin are different meds.

http://www.rxlist.com/vermox-drug.htm

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Thank you for posting this information because I am also trying to learn about parasites.

What would you all recommend using for a binder during treatment? Will using a binder supplement cause constipation (as the name suggests...)?

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