I do not know which types of fluke I have/had, but I got quite a severe die off using prazi at dosage regime similar to yours for a shorter period and then another round of 3 days at a higher dose, 75mg/kg x3 for 3 days in the form of crashing headaches (as well as fatigue) and lots in the toilet after treatment for some days and complete irradication of movement up the throat. I should have take a photo of the one I sneezed up onto the carpet.. but I was so disgusted I never did.
For tape, I've had success with mega dosing with coQ10, i,e, 4000 mgs for several days taken with fat. A very long came out of me after this using a enema after treatment and I think Ascaris as well. I've also used tric some months later for the purposes of getting more tape, but saw nothing in the toilet afterward.
I've used mebendazole many times over the years for ascaris... seems to work, but I do think they are very difficult to get rid of for good as I have found found to get them, or have them, again and again. After a colonic irrigation I once dumped a large mountain of eggs into the toilet... was shocked to see them all.. not sure what type of eggs.. but there were ALOT... and since I saw that horrible sight, it made me realise just how big the problem is.
Its a very horrible thought thinking of cysts and flukes and long worms which still might be around, so I really sympathise with you. I really try not to think about it too much as it causes alot of anxiety. Thankfully for me, the flukes and worms which were really upsetting me after the awful scattgering/migrating episode - because they were travelling into my head at night and sitting behind my tonsils have either been irradicated by the medication or migrated back to the food source (the contents of my intestines). A bizarre thing did occur some weeks after the migration upward... the long worms all decided to slither back down again together.. I felt it, it happened during the evening as I was laying in bed and was quite painful, and I never felt them again. I haven't felt the flukes either for a long time now.
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