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Re: BACTRIM: Treatment For Bacterial Infections
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Re: BACTRIM: Treatment For Bacterial Infections

Thank you for the reply to my question. I have taken albenza and ivermectin for two weeks and im now taking a week off from the albenza and using the pulse method on the iver. I dont have secondary infections from what i can tell...the only thing is that my joints are irritated and i suspect that they are eating at my bones. Could joint irritation signify a secondary infection ? Also, i do notice that my scattered roundworms seem a lot less active after two weeks. The protocol is helping (thank you). I was wondering a few quick things. Generally how many weeks does it take to kill the adult dissemanated roundworms and bring the condition to an encysted state ? What is the average time for most people ? Also i notice that sometimes i feel no movement but if i lean on my hand or some other part of my body then they will wiggle under my skin when accidental pressure is applied. Is this because they are becoming paralyzed and/or slowly dying and as a result only move when pressure is applied ? Thank you.

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