Some times it is hard to tell between Toxo or Ascaris, Ascaris
are bigger in diameter, I have even seen strongyloides (conventional FenBen IVM reds) that may be long, very long.
run to cool off from piperazine, they head for the fluid in the head, hot as a chili pepper.
Ascaris that run and hide, provide an opportunity to burn the smaller ones, OXBen or Mebendazole, DEC, OXBen, Doxy, Papain juice.
Remember Pyrantel every 2 or 3 weeks keeps them out of intestine. say 5 - 10 mg/kg single dose PM in yogurt.
When the large ones return, they move, they absorb. For me, ALB is like a long slow slide, takes 3 months to get a medium size one. OXBen was the fastest for me. Accumulation of all zoles take time. So comfort is key. Thyme leaf caps adjust till they move slow, cant move much, pain lower. Not sure of oregano oil caps, those that are doing have not reported how to dose, and my Ascaris
gone. Pine Needle oil caps, even just one cap 3X per day should help knock them out.
Biggest trick is to realize they absorb meds only when they feed, nocturnal most of them, so 3AM dose or even 2 AM dose, catches them and they get a full snout of meds that dose.
Sulfur, Garlic, for you, Choline 500mg max per day keeps liver face up, along with liver vits, Ascaris stress Liver the most. Don't overdo ALB, hurts the kidneys most. ALB at say 1.5mg/kg 4X is fine. Keep ALB dose less than 8mg/kg/D. Yea Ascaris use Choline, Zinc, and Vitamin A9, so use of these is bad. Choline however, done at a 500mg 1X/D AM limited dose, helps the liver soooooo much~.
Papaya seeds are piperazine too! Just natural form. So is nPPZ, or citrate. small doses k.o. them.
Ascaris need small doses of LEV to dry out mucus a bit, but still do Papain to kill eggs, AM/PM, when ever you do LEV Moma worm will squeeze out eggs, Papain digests them. Blow nose. Cough up the Gel!
Takes time, for me, I adjusted formula for 2 years, with a huge population it takes time to get Ascaris to zero population. Be prepared to challenge them at 6 months and a year after your first remission.