Sounds like the same as what I have...Ascaris Lumbricoid roundworm.
The lungs and throat issue are their larvae trying to make their way back into the GI tract, where they will then grow into even MORE worms in your gut...compounding the problem.
Well, there's basically 2 routes you can go. Herbal remdies, preferably using the "Big Three" of Black-Walnut
, clove, and Wormwood
. You can purchase capsules, or that of a product called Clarkia
(which contains all 3 herbs). Then it's a matter taking strong enough doses to kill them.
Keep in mind that when taking these herbs in order to treat the ones in your gut, you need to take them with a small meal (not too much food). In doing this, you are in fact poisoning the food that they will eat.
Try to avoid eating any food without also taking the herbs. Otherwise they may recover. Be consistant with the treatment. Also, if you are still feeling worms moving in your gut, disregard any product directions indicating to take a break after a couple of weeks of treatment. That is only to be done once all the adult worms are removed.
I am just repeating myself in many of these postings. Maybe read a few of mine. Fair warning though, some are quite lengthy.
Also, if treating symptoms elsewhere in the body, take herbs on an empty stomach... in order to get full strength into the bloodstream. Clarkia
is very good for this...but expensive. It is also good in that it is 40% alcohol...enabling it to penetrate the blood-brain barrier, if having such issues.
The other method is that of prescription meds. The only problem with them is that in order for them to be effective, you need to know what species you have. For there are different meds for different species'. As I said, I suspect you have a roundworm infection, thus I would recommend Pyantel Pamoate. You can buy this online or at your local pet supply store (without a prescription).
This med is good for issues within the GI tract, but not so for infections that has spread to other areas...as it seems to have with you. Again, Clarkia
is good for that. Their bottle directions are that of a handful of drops per dose. However, my recommendations are that of swigging down a couple ounces
at a time of the stuff. Even more if it's not killing them.
As far as the candida goes...
Ah heck, just read my posting that is a couple below yours. Entitled "Are You Tired of Playing the Guessing Game?" It addresses both candida, roundworms, and high tech DNA lab tests in getting a diagnosis.
You might get a bunch of advice from others on body chemistry, PH balance, etc, and different products to use. Forget that stuff for now. You need to kill the worms! Then address the candida if you have it...which is very likely.
Any questions, give me a buzz.