(THIS IS A REPLY TO KOLT LAST POST, BUT I REPLIED HERE SO ICU CAN SEE:) )
Ahahah i know you did'nt wanted to scare me, but you kind of did;) It's alright, I think it's better i know the truth than having another fuc*er in a year or so in my stomach.
Here's what i am doing and what is going to happen for me:
- Finished the 7 days on niclosamide. Definetly feel better in my tummy (way fewer cramps and better digestion i think). As soon as the 7 day on niclo was over i started on the 8th day the blasting combo of prazi and albendazole. I did one day on it and it's currently the second morning. First morning was horrible (headaches, dizziness, no energy at all), mid day was ok, had a nap, evening was ok but without energy and focus. This morning is a bit better (not too much headaches, little dizziness and better energy). I DON'T WANT to do 12 days like this :(, but i'll do what it takes.
-Also on morning i have my appointment with my doctor who received the stool/blood tests for parasites, C diff, Heli P, antibodies and gluten sensitivity. She doesn't know that i did the meds and i won't tell her. 2 things can happen on this rendezvous:
1. The tests will be positive, she will give me meds and i will ask her if i can do a colonoscopy to make sure that the scolex is not attached anymore.
2. The tests will be negative, she will say it's all in my head, but i will kindly ask her if i can do a colonoscopy to make sure the scolex is not there.
In both scenario i do a colonoscopy:)
After all this : 3 meds, colonoscopy i will be relieved of my fear of the scolex still being there. Then, i'll just do a general anti yeast lifestyle and boost my immunity.
What do you guys think??? ICU, any opinion????
Kolt, i think you have a great strategy for yourself. Hang in there untill you get the injection. This is a badass regiment. Hope everything will go like you are planning.
Keep my updated as usual.