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Haley
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I take a small dose of Albendazole once a week. I will be switching to once a month. The good news is - it's curing me, but I'm having major GI and Bladder issues.

It started with a positive urine culture that would not go away, now stomach pain and the inability to go poop.

I eat at least 6 cups of vegetables a day, plus do a bunch of other stuff.

Any thoughts.

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I think the herbal antiparasiticals I took had an herb to help move the bowels. Maybe some tea designed for constipation would help. You need to be moving that stuff out.

When I detox too quickly, my bladder gets sore. I've even gotten a kidney infection from it in the past. Be sure to drink enough water.

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My emergency fix is that I drink a small glass of apple juice or prune juice or eat a small bowl of applesauce at night before I go to bed. Apple juice or applesauce is good for you too and works as a detox.

For me, eating a small - 1/16th tsp of xylitol powder will do it too. If you read Amazon customer feedback on Chlorella, you'll find that a couple of people have said that it makes them regular.

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Also, as an anti parasitic I used Artemisinin which people have used for centuries and it also works on Bartonella and most specifically, Babesia.
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Haley
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Thank you All, great advice.

Six, I remember I had some things in common with you with certain symptoms. For example, when I take even one drop of iodine I get a UTI. I thought it was interesting that you experienced the same thing. maybe it has to do with the ph. Not sure.

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It could. I did end up with an infection though. I felt like it was just moving toxins too fast.

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Perhaps you could try mixing edible clay with some psyllium husk powder and having some in water before bed.....or have you tried increasing magnesium and C?
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