thanks for the reply. Would having Tapeworms interfere with losing weight? and cause a continuous bloated stomach? Also, my skin has been very itchy for the last year as well.......could this be the cause? I have done a parasite cleanse using black walnut hulls, wormwood, and cloves a few months ago but I didn't notice anything and recently, I just started Oxypowder . Should I try taking 3 grams of coenzyme Q-10 now? Also, I don't even have a dog........could pet cats or pot bellied pigs carry dog tapeworms?
Tapeworm does tend to make the stomach bloat out-- and metabolism is also affected when the thyroid and liver is stressed. The toxins from any parasite can cause exczema and itchy skin -- especially if your colon is backed up, and your only getting one bowel movement a day.
Oxypowder is Awesome-- I would keep using it. I think this is what is pushing out the eggs. Also, Oxypowder adds a certain amount of oxygen in the intestines that parasites hate.
You dont have to get it from your own pets-- just a bite from an infected flea in the grass from another persons' dog. I read that you need to ingest the infected flea before getting infected, but then I also read an article from a nutritionist that you can even get it from a flea bite.-- it is that common .
Pigs and cats also carry parasites. I wouldnt EVER get rid of your pets though -- as all you have to do is feed them healthy foods (not garbage that people feed pigs) as well as deworm them twice a year for the rest of their lives with safe dewormers.
Keep your cats from going on your bed if possible. Keep your bedroom door shut and give them their own comfy spots to sleep in at night.
Paralixer works great on pets-- especially cats. Pigs are as dirty or clean as people feed them. They are adorable creatures - and also intelligent.
Don't get rid of your pets but just keep them clean and dewormed.
Keep yourself dewormed on a maintenance basis twice a year as well -- as humans are often responsible for infecting thier pets with worms too.
Hope this helps!
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