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lymetwister
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State Health Department called me this morning and told me they couldn't identify the blob with the red legs and Nuclei, so they sent it to the CDC.

I was told it could be a few weeks or less before I get an answer.

I hope to god they are able to identify it.

LT

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Please let us know what they find. A number of us have unidentified parasites in the blood.
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LT-

Which State Health Dept? DC or MD?

I have a friend at MD Health Dept Parasittology lab.

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PLease post their findings!

I believe parasitaes are a large part of the mix for many!

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lymetwister,

How did you find your parasite? Which lab found it?
Was this in your blood?

Thanks,
tickbattler

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it was in the toilet.
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That's really good news, LT! That photo of that thing gave me the heebie-jeebies. I hope you haven't found any more of its "relatives".

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I found a twin after a coffee enema the other day.

I sent it to the MD Health Department Kitty. Here is the Picture again, remember, it's about the size of a dime, maybe a tiny bit smaller.

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Scary. Would love to know what this is. Obviously of unknown origin.
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I would freak if anything like that came out of me.
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Good to hear. Hope they got enough to analyze after they got done with it.

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OMG!!!! i think i would have died right on the spot.

talk about sci fi channel....

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wow, looks like it has eyes watching you! good luck; keep us informed.
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I have had similar come out in toilet with a parasite cleanse.

This experience is why I now do not believe in stool tests results...which said I do not have parasites? I had many more varieties too!

I thought it was a cyst harboring possibly ascaris parasites as they hatch. Or possibly candida mixed with the parasites. The spots look like eyes on your picture, but may be the actual eggs, and the long pieces are individual parasites I believe.

But I am no expert...just becoming experienced by default!

I have seen posts of pictures on curezone that look similar.

I am quite interested in your findings.

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Looks exactly like the pics the guy Gary used to post.. Remember?
And he got treated pretty badly about it all..
This looks just like those photos he posted that he found in the toilet too!
WOW.

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Hi, wonder what many ugly parasites we have crawling, under our skin.
Go into itching modes when feels like something is crawling under skin.
Also back neck when lymph nodes start to enlarge(quite often), larger than norm. Itches & wakes me up & can feel activity plus like my ears are sticking out, when gets so large. Lasts days,still itching,feel like a crawling, till goes down some????
Interesting.
Take Care, let us know, maybe should start checking???? You know???
Hugggsss,Kerry

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Yay! I have the same thing, and it will be interesting to know what it is!

I saw it two days in a row after doing the parasite 5 day program on the Resonant Light Perl rife machine. Then, I started salt/c, but haven't seen any more of them.

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I know they look like eyes, but I think they are Nuclei, at least this is what I've seen them referred to in other parasites.

I'm sure there are many more where this one came from.

I'm still running fevers and aching like crazy not being on anything except for the IVIG in me, so I hope to god it's taking care of these and whatever else lurks inside of me.

LT

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Looking forward to hearing what the CDC says. [Smile]
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OMG I'm glad I can't see my infection.

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I wish I could see it so I didn't question its existence every day of my life.
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Lt, thanks for sharing your pics...let us know what the CDC turns up...

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LT, how did you preserve it? Did you just put it in some alcohol?

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Used Ova and Parasite container from Health Dept. I think it had Formaldehyde in it which is a preservative.

LT

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Ah, I see. Thanks.

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I have it, my girl friend has it, tons of! We both have Lyme and live in Germany.

I absolutely agree with Gael when she always repeats how important it is to fight the critters.

I just started with S/C a few weeks ago, and after about 2 weeks taking it, I had really horrible abdominal aches. And what do you think I've seen in the toilet.... EXACTLY these "things", tons of it.

Over the years I saw tapeworm pieces, flukes and ascaris. Nobody would believe, what came out of me.

I found it very interesting, that I had very, very high lab test results with Lyme AFTER starting with deworming. That means to me, that the bugs are hiding in the parasites.

I'm constantly deworming since about 2 years with changing herbs (Humaworm, Clark, S/C), am using a Zapper, the magnetic pulsar from Sota, I use all I can get.

But the most effective cure seems to be the simple S/C. But it's not funny, really not....

I wish you all the best.

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I agree !

Keep us posted on how it is going!

lp

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How does Salt C compare to the humaworm product?
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Hi LP!

These are my experiences:

- every time with HUMAWORM (I did many rounds of it) I've seen flukes.

- I started with S/C first time in 2005 and had to stop because of really bad aches in the upper abdomen. Could have been liver/gallbladder issues. In 2006 I started again and had to stop again, same reason. Both times I've seen these flukes in stool. With S/C I also had/have very frightening brain attacks. Feels like you'll get a stroke. But blood pressure is always ok. After those attacks I usually see critters in stool, mainly after liver flush or enemas. So I think that's neurotoxins flooding my blood and lymph system.

- I've good results with zapping. But I put the electrodes on the upper abdomen, not in my hands. That's more effectiv.

I've done 66 liver flushs up to now, and when taking S/C, I have to flush every week. There is so much waste to get out.

Greetings
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This is so amazing!

I gotta get this stuff out to!

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CDC findings still pending. Just spoke with health department. Just wanted to update you guys.

LT

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twister, thx for the update; inquiring minds want to know [Smile] lol
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Eva,

do you feel better after each of those flushes?
And do you feel the need to continue with the same products, as you still see the flukes?

Or is there something else that could be used to finally get them all? Is this an unending cysle of purging those critters?

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www.curezone.com

is a good forum to learn about parasites, the different protocols and peoples experiences. They also have people posting that have Lyme disease,

Gael

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Hi LP :-)

Yes, I feel better, but unfortunately not for very long. The need to flush the liver comes in an overwhelming power. It's possible I feel quite ok in the morning, then suddenly the gallbladder hurts, I feel my liver twice as thick as normal :-) my eyes got worse, I get mood changes (depression, anger) and then I know it's time again.

One thing I haven't told yet: I had a really big problem with Amalgames and crownes and root fillings. I went the extreme way and let pull out all my teeth. All, you understand? My mouth is as empty as with a newborn baby ;-) But pulling out the teeth doesn't remove the heavy metals, which are stored in all cells of the body. I was filled up with metals in mouth already as a child.

And I'm very sure, that parasites are, where poisons are. The more I detox, the more the parasites are going active. Who knows, maybe they are the natural answer to poisons, maybe they protect the host from beeing overfloodes with the toxins.

There seems to be a link between heavy metals and parasites in sharks: Sharks, heavy metals and parasits

Therefore I think (and hope!!!) that leaving parasites maybe a sign for decreasing toxin levels.

Oh, how I wish that I'm right!!!

Eva

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Eva,

I have the same thoughts of parastites coinhabiting the same space as heavy metals aslong with candida.

There seems to be a release of one of those things, when one of the other items is addressed and gone.They are like the three musketeers..."one for all and all for one!" They are a band of brothers that cannot be easily erradicated.

I feel for you with the teeth issue! I have been considering pulling my two root canals, and my three crowns, but am moving slowly, to see the effects of each detox protocol.

I felt immediately better after removing all my mercury amalgams...as I did do a protocol to prepare for the removal, and a follow up protocol from my ND, which helped me not have any herx type reactions, and I had immediate relief of brain fog.

It was amazing the positive result! So amazing that I became a true believer in removing more of these parasites to help our immune system finally get some relief! I see how this can help our bodies heal. I have gotten so much better with each thing I work on.

I am not so willing to remove it all yet. It is a very hard thing to do emotionally. I give you credit. You did an amazing thing for your long term health. How do you survive without the teeth?

I would bet that many with chronic illness had the amalgam problem as a child, or had it passed to them from their parents with dental mercury amalgams. This would be interesting to research.

Wishing you continued healing and cleansing!

keep posting your helpful comments and suggestions.

LP

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LT,
any word back on results yet?

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Where do you learn about these parasite cleanses?

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Mepron/Zith/Ceftin
Doxy/Biaxin/Flagyl pulse.
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Period of Levaquin and Ceftin.
Then Levaquin, Bactrim and Biaxin.
Bactrim/Augmentin/Rifampin.
Mepron/Biaxin/Artemisinin/Cat's Claw
Rifampin/Bactrim/Alinia
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There is a ton of info on line under parasite cleanses and you can also type parasites and parasite cleanses in the search bar here. Curezone has excellent info

www.curezone.com

You can just google parasites + curezone if you want. Salt/c is also an excellent antiparasitic.

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lymetwister...any news?
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up for twister
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Lightparfait,

Gael posted on LT's other tread and he apparently pm'd her and said he is currently in the hospital on IV Rocephin. Not sure when he will be back on Lyme.net.

Just letting you know,

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Thanks Ocean...
Prayers out to LT!

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I've been on the edge of my seat too. [Smile]

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My gosh Twister...that thing must've grown 20 more tentacles at taken over the whole damb CDC....everyone annialated......what on earth is taking them so &*^(*^)(*) long?
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I will be calling them tomorrow and find out whats going on.

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LT-
Are you out of the hospital now? I had heard you were now on IV Rocephin. Please let us know how you are doing. You have been on our hearts and in our prayers.

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Up for LT. Another day. More prayers.

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Still no report back as of Yesterday. I can't get any information as to what is going on as I have to go through the Local Health Dept. as that is where the report comes back to.

They tell me, they have no control over this and don't know when it will be back. I will ask for a supervisor this coming week to see if I can get any more information.

Trust me when I tell you I am eager for the results.

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