which worms or parasites are people able to feel crawling through their whole body .. you can feel them in your legs or even face or hands? (usually 2am to 7am)
sometimes i can feel a " Cell Phone vibrate" on my right shoulder.
Which worms would I be able to see moving around near my belly button from time to time.. it's not very often. I can see a lump moving sometimes. the lump is about 1 to 2 inch in diameter and always near my belly button or 1 to 2 inches to the left and above my belly button (i am only 107 pounds and 6 feet tall)
Hard to tell, as you don't get to see them. I think tapeworms, Ascaris, Dog roundworms (Toxascaris) for starters. I electrocute them if I can ID their position. I've definitely felt them in extremedies, shoulders,neck, sinuses, and yes the cranial cavity, including between the lobes, around the front, and down the brainstem and spine. I got agressive when that happened. I herded them out and down with directed electropulses. Got them out of head, (wife still dealing with cranial lurkers ) now in mop up and still ongoing.
When you say you electricuted them do you mean zapping? I have one of those small square zappers with the penny size contacts you press to your body but I broke one of the battery connecters so unless I can figure out how to repair it I would have to get a new one, which I'm not too eager to do. I did see the world smallest zapper by Hilda for about $10 a while back.
not those toy zappers you can barely feel. I started a new thread to address. When I zap, its borderline electrocution for me too. Very strong, very aggressive, but scattering is pretty much over. I just happened to have a few of these in my electronic junk in the garage.
I am interested in the electrocution process. I have a SOta silver pulser which I use contrary to directions to pulse where I feel the buggers moving in brain. What type of machine are you using? Does it work for you? How do you"herd" the animals down? I feel them dropping like syrup dripping from my head and ears toward my neck. The battle has been that the eggs of the pork Tapeworm is resilient lot and re-hatches with a vengence. Would love to hear more about your experiences.