I order Humaworm last month and received my shipment last week. I started my humaworm 30 day program approximately 6 days ago. I've been taking the humacleanse along with the humaworm based on the instructions given with the product.
The first day on the product resulted in massive diarrhea. I'm not even sure you could call what left my system as diarrhea. It was as if I was vomiting out of my butt (very aggressive and burning, acidic). No stool was present. It looked similar to murky urine with no traces of feces. This occurred several more times on my first day.
The second day on humaworm/cleanse I awoke with a massive headache which persisted for roughly 24hrs. Pain medication did not seem to suppress the headache at all, which is unusually. I have chronic headaches/migraines that have lasted up to 2 weeks before, but heavy dosing of Tylenol usually have some effect on alleviating pain. It didn't in this case.
Day 3, I seen what looked like almond shaped debris in my stool. I'm not really one to poke around at my stool, it just so happened to be on the topside of the topmost piece of stool. It wasn't very thick, maybe 2-3mm. Think of the center most cross-section of an unshelled almond. I have no idea what this was. I did not eat anything that even remotely resembled this.
Last night, end of day 5 I had another bowel movement. However, it wasn't much of a bowel movement at all. Only 1 small "piece" came out. Once I realized I was "done" I stood up and looked in the toilet. It was a single clear clump floating in the toilet bowl with a small amount of feces smeared on it. Again, poking isn't usually my thing, but I was curious as to what this was. I grabbed a q-tip and proceeded to fish out the small clump.
It appears this "clump" was a 6 inch long completely clear wormlike (uniformly round, 5mm diameter) object. It could have been phlegm or something, but I can't see phlegm being that long and furthermore, passing through my entire digestive track intact.
Could anyone with enough parasite knowledge provide me some feedback on what I've experienced and perhaps help me to identify what may be coming out of my system?
Is my 1st day experience typical?
Has anyone ever seen clear worms before? I've seen several pictures that people have posted but there usually brown, white, or off-white. This was completely clear. Like Transparent clear. The 1 side was brown coloured which I'm attributing to fecal smearing.
I've been dreadfully ill for 7 years now. I'm just hoping to identify and target whatever has been making me sick all this time and hopefully improve my health. Doctors have tested me for virtually everything (STD's, cancer, virus, allergies, various blood tests, stool tests, urine tests, etc). Everything has come back negative save for a few allergies (heavy dust, mild dog/cat).
My 7 year symptoms include: Headache/Migraines (treated with Tylenol, vicodin, ibuprofen, etc.), Poor immune system (several sicknesses, lasting a long time), annual ammonia/bronchitis, Intense itching of skin (treating with steroids and antihistamine for 7 years), fevers, brain fog, memory retention problems, irritability, joint pain, re-occurring jock itch, lower back and neck pain, blistering of skin when overheated, extreme nausea when overheated, hypoglycemic-is symptoms (can't go more then 4 hours without eating, leads to migraines and nausea), IBS, CFS, chronic soar mouth and throat, de-calcified teeth, muscle cramping.
My condition appears to be contagious, as my wife (together 5 years now), is gradually developing identical symptoms to me.
Doctors have pretty much written me off as a hypochondriac as they can't find anything wrong with me. The last thing they've prescribed me is Effexor to treat my "depression" (I've seen a counselor who believes I do not show any signs of depression and recommended I try alternative medicine) and Nexium, a PPI to cut acid production in my stomach to "treat" my irritated throat and mouth. I was on double the daily dose of Nexium for 12 months. I recently stopped against my doctors’ wishes as I was beginning to developing more intense muscle cramping along with serious joint pain, likely caused from calcium deficiency.
I realized this is a very long read, my sincere apologies for this, but I really wanted to lay it all out there in hopes that someone could at least help me with some of these many questions I have.
Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.
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