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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


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That is how I knew it was Ascaris migrating from the lungs to the intestines.
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In theory, but i don't think i am infected by ascaris, because the kind of parasites that infect my body can also live in the sinuses, in the scalp or in the brain (i am not sure what cause the headaches sometimes), in some lymph nodes.
If i have my camera the next time it happens, i will post a video of the skin moving on the arm or on the leg, it is weird, and it is not a muscle contraction!



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So, you didn't really say if your phlegm was the same sticky type consistancy as mine.
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Probably i don't know what you mean by sticky i don't really play with it. What i have noticed is that i can have 2 kinds of phlegm :
->One kind of phlegm is liquid. I guess it is the elimination of waste of foods, toxic elements, dead cells, dead bacterias, dead viruses.
->The other kind of phlegm is more elastic and can look like a dead worm in a whole piece or in several pieces.



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Do you also notice it comes and completely goes away in stages like I do?
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It depends if i manage to kill the worms or not. This kind of phlegm is usually evacuated after die off.
Otherwise i only clear my noise the morning. But not everyday, it also depends on what i eat.
 

 
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