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Re: Strongyloides tears through my skin


Don't worry. Most people do not get disseminated strongyloides. I have lupus, and my compromised immune system, plus a lot of stress and two major surgeries in 5 years, is what allowed them to get out of control. My doctor will not treat them, he won't even believe I have them, even though I took him a jar full of larvae I had pulled from my nose.

I knew something was wrong with me, but I didn't know what before I started Humaworm. I did not have them coming out of my skin. I had a bad problem with one eye, felt things crawling around in it, that's what led me to Humaworm. When I started taking the first round of Humaworm, the worms started coming out of my sinuses. They don't come out alive, in fact, I have to pull them out. I could feel them crawling around in my nose, and pulled them out. When they started coming out of the bottom of my feet, they weren't like worms, they were like hard crystals. Those are the larvae, and Dr. Bailey told me about the strongyloides then. During the first cleanse, they would start coming out of my skin, but they aren't really worms. They are tiny larvae or larval cocoons that look like tiny grains of rice or sand. They usually leave tiny red marks on my skin, but sometimes larger red marks. Sometimes, they leave scratches. This is the largest scratch I've had, but it was just a tiny little 1/4 inch worm that did this.

My doctor will not admit nor treat the strongyloides, although I have sat in front of him and pulled one from my nose. I am going to get the drugs and treat myself. You will find that doctors do not want to believe anyone has parasites, and fecal tests are only 30% accurate, so sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands.

This is a long-dead worm I just pulled out of my nose. The dark part on the end is blood. They are rubbery, and if you pulled this one out to its full length, it would probably be about an inch long. Most aren't this long. Most look like little white balls, and only when you "unwind" them do they look like worms. The male worms are actually very small, the females longer. Because they have become disseminated throughout my body, I will be fighting them forever, but the Humaworm, along with coconut oil, garlic, and kelp have helped me immensely. If you want to follow my story, it's on my blog Deb's Health and Fitness.



 

 

 

 

 
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