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nursejed1
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Hi everyone,

I have been sick almost 40 years and remember the

night I had food poisoning and the room turned

upside down I threw up and had a headache. I have

been having headaches ever since but getting worse

diagnosed with lyme about 10 years later long

story but here is my dilemma : I have seen

parasites pin worms I think and ascaris or

roundworm but I have also seen tapeworm segements

and everything I read says the tapeworm can be the

dangerous in your brain kind so dont treat withou

t knowing what it is But the testing is so poor! I

actually sent part of a worm and it came back with

cryptococcus which is a fungus that can also be

dangerous. I have a lyme doctor but no money to go
back and he just gave me abendazole which can be


dangerous if its this brain tapeworm. So does

anyone know any real parasite doctors that actually

don't just laugh at you? Thanks my friends. This is

not a good time! I am alone and scared about all

(i did do humaworm and got a lot of pin worms out sorry gross but I have lost like 1/2 my hair from wormwood I think!)

this stuff though my faith does help me I am still a chicken and tired of suffering. thanks!

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Bartenderbonnie
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So very sorry for the many, many years of your sufferring.

According to Yolanda s book "Believe Me". page 189

Dr Oz visits Yolanda to get an update on her health. Yolanda shares with him that she is passing many parasites but no lab could tell her what they were.

Yolanda is referred to Dr Omar Amin, who owns one of the best parasite labs in America, the "Parasitology Center in Arizona." Page 183.

Yolanda contacts him and sends the lab her samples. He diagnosised her with robe worms.

Yolanda also discovers a book by a Russian scientist. It is called Helminthes: Known and Unknown by N.V. Gubarev.

The book not only identifies various worms and parasites but also has natural enema recipes to help remove them from your body.

These recipes use both common ingrediates such as lemon juice, baking soda, and milk as well as less common ones such as special mint leaves, sea buckthorn, and mess mate leaf.

Hopes this helps.

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sixgoofykids
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I self-treated parasites because I saw them and the doctor didn't treat them since testing came out negative. I felt SO MUCH BETTER after they were treated! It was the first time in treatment where I felt any better.

I had to do several rounds of Humaworm. I also found enula helped with the roundworms.

I still do a yearly parasite cleanse because I don't want that terrible infestation to happen again. This year I used Paraguard.

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So sorry for how bad things have been for you nursejed1. I have often wondered the same. I appreciate your post and hope you (and many of us) will get some help here.

Thanks for the great info, BB and sixgoofykids. This makes me want to read both books.

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I'd be pretty worried about the cryptococcus, personally. It can cause a type of meningitis that can be fatal.

Parasite testing IS awful. I've used humaworm as a preventive, though I've never seen any real evidence that I was passing any parasites. I know it does work for a lot of people, though.

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thanks for all the help. I got Yolandas book and I am sure it will help. The parasitology center in arizona is where I had sent the speciman and I have seen reviews that they miss diagnosing the parasites. I have seen many of three different types and they only saw the fungus so I ordered his herbal treatment and may go back to humaworm but I guess I will just keep going how ever slow at least doing something. God bless you all. Everyone on here has been so kind and helpful.
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sixgoofykids
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I did several rounds of Humaworm. Paraguard has the same basic ingredients but some differ and some are in different quantities. Maybe one round switch it up.

Both work on fungus as well.

I also had good detox results with the Dr. Natura cleanse. It's a light parasite cleanse, but also cleans out the bowel.

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