I wrote you a while back asking for more details about this protocol. I am 2-1/2 days from completing the protocol. I have a microscope and a look at my blood this morning revealed that there are still flukes in there. They do seem diminished in number and smaller than usual, but I am not 100% sure about this and to my dismay, they are still there. I think that if the protocol worked, they should be hard to find at this point.
So, now, I am looking at doing the whole nasty process again and am wondering if that will even get them. So, the reason I am writing is to ask if blood flukes are that hard to get rid of or do I need to do something else? I looked a bit this morning at other meds for flukes, but it seems I can't get most of them easily. (I am now really into vet meds, which come cheap, with no nasty additives, and are just the pure stuff.)
Do you think a second round of this very much not fun and seemingly toxic treatment will get the last ones? What tests did you use to determine if you were cured? I am using a blood smear with wrights/giemsa stain.