Hi Dessau ~
This is in response to your PM to me:
"Thanks so much for your help ICU! By the way, I've had a worm coming up my throat for several days, but it has managed to go over to my right sinus and is coming out of my nostril with the help of toilet paper. My question is, is there anything that I can use to catch the worm in so that it does not burst and dissolve like it does it toilet paper? That way, I can prove to my MD. that I am not DOP!"
The worm crawling in your throat & nose is probably ascaris or another species of roundworm.
As with many types of parasites, the larval stage of their life cycle is spent in the lungs.
When they exit, you usually cough them up or swallow them or they crawl down your esophagus to nest in the gut & set up their reproduction factories.
They also migrate up to the mouth, sinuses, nasal cavities, eyes, & ears.
As I've noted in my protocols, taking any worm or stool specimen to your doctor as proof is a a total waste of time & ca$h! If you have that much money to burn, send it to me instead (hee hee).
Your doctor will laugh you right out of the office, tell you that it's just mucous, & Rx anti-psychotic drugs!#? As we all know, that's just a big dose of "BS" (lol).
If you're in the mood for a good laugh about convincing doctors you're not delusional about parasites, see my post: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1611820.
Suggest you buy a bottle of saline nasal spray & thoroughly irrigate your nasal passages. This is equivalent to pouring salt on snails to dissolve & kill them.
You can also add a couple of drops of Ivermectin liquid suspension or several drops of hydrogen peroxide.
Another tip: Add a tsp of salt or hydrogen peroxide to a glass of warm water & gargle.
If you have larva in your eyes, add salt to water, soak with a cotton ball, & rub around your eyes. The salt may sting but it sure knocks the socks off the darn larva (lol).
Other topical parasite treatments for skin, scalp, & soft tissue are covered in my post (updated 1-10-11): http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1750708#i.
Cheers ~~ ICU
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