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Re: Has anyone had success after treatment from medicine received from online pharmacies or pet drugs?
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Re: Has anyone had success after treatment from medicine received from online pharmacies or pet drugs?

We have been on a three day break fromvalbenza and evermectin and go back on today. We are taking docyccline and all the suppluments recommended plus bee propolis, which is a substance bees make to keep off or kill invaders from their hives, including bacteria. In addition we take fish oil, niacin, and vitamin d, which we took prior to the worms.

We leave for California Tuesday and hope to there pick up mebendazole and more doxycycline from evro shipping which we have the tracking number for. At that point we will break off albenzadole--really our form is valbenza for 5 days and take mebendazole, while staying on ivermectin and doxy and all supplements.

We have made very good progress from our constantly miserable ans worsening state in early December before we started the protocol for filarial worms. (When I finally got a microscope and saw we didn't have bird mites or any other mite as we had thought but I had begun to wonder as I read more.)

Howver, we still have worms in our eyes and nose and my husband still has an occasional break though on his back skin or neck. I also find them occasionally in my genital area.

They are much less bothersome than they used to be but they are still there. In the microscope I stil find filaria in the worms and worm pieces from me every day, again much, much fewer--never more than one now per worm, never more than two or three per day, but still there. This suggests that doxy does not work swiftly on the kind of filaria work we have. If it is Mansonnella Perstans, the Perstans stands for persistant.

We are in the midst of moving from Alberta to BC so life is particularly busy and challenging to keep up with everything, but we make the medicine and protocol paramount. I am sorry I haven't written as regularly as I wanted to, but I will always write when I possibly can.

I am also undergoing tests for a strange woozy incident I had twice that may or may not be related to the worms. It will be interesting to see if they find any trace of them in my ct scan. I doubt it and I didn't mention them to ensure I received a fell battery of tests rather than being dismissed as crazy.

I find out Monday when I go back to the neurologist what they have found so far.

I look forward to adding mebendazole and then, if no sign of worms gone in 6 weeks, emodepside.

Again, although we have not conquered the worms, I would tell anyone to persist in the protocol, because each cycle brings reduction in symptoms, reduction in worm size, reduction in number of filaria found. Even during this last break!!

The big problem is not knowing precisely which worm one has and whether a "cure" is extant amd identified for that species. In the absence of this knowledge--which may not be helpfu anyway if you find out you have the dind where no reall answer has yet been found--the best thing to do is persist in the protocol that seems to bring some reduction after at least three cycles of trying and adding sensible new medicines during breaks.

These creatures are natural masters of reproduction and adaption. We have to be wily, conscious masters of discipline, research, and appropriate innovation. Plus, we can share what we find to help each other. (They, too, may be able to communicate on some molecular level.)

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