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Re: A photo of a small roundworm found in the phlegm
 
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Re: A photo of a small roundworm found in the phlegm


Wow, good picture, but it sure sucks. Is that 4"?

The phlegm thing is a definate sign of the worm migration in the lungs for me. I go in cycles, and after a week or so of phlegm, I end up feeling infected again. It's not my imagination either, I think the larvae migration coughed up from the lungs to the intetines, is one of the things the CDC has gotten correct about ascaris.

I have never seen anything in my phlegm, and once aware of it, I started looking. The distinct phlegm I get during these times is like a gummy ball, thicker than corn syrup, but very much like corn syrup or even clear silicone. It stands apart from other saliva, and sticks to whatever I spit in, and dries hard and will not wash off easy. I started using clear plastic cups to spit in when it happens, so that I could shine a light under it and look at it with a magnifying glass. I never see anything, although I know it's there.

Is your phlegm of the same consistancy as what I describe?

I have been using mainly raw onion lately, and the only sign of a present infection for me at this time, is immediately after eating the onion. I feel movement in my sinuses, and in the pathways between my throat and sinuses. This only last for a moment or two though.
 

 
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