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doulasam: WBC Eosonophils - Loffler's Syndrome - Roundworm Treatment
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doulasam: WBC Eosonophils - Loffler's Syndrome - Roundworm Treatment

doulasam -

An indication of whether a parasite infection has caused your pneumonia is based on the eosonophil count in your white blood cells (WBC).

Check the readings for WBC & RBC readouts on your most recent bloodwork tests.

The relationship of eosonophils & parasite infections is covered here:

Details of Loffler's Syndrome:

The brown roundworm you recently passed may be an Ascaris lumbricoides (common roundworm) or one of the other roundworm species which can cause Loffler's Syndrome in its life cycle stage in the lungs.

For your roundworm infection, suggest one 2-week cycle of the Albendazole Protocol:  If symptoms persist post treatment, suggest another meds cycle.

Recommend the Valbazen suspension vs the Albendazole tablets.  Its manufacturing process & formulation provide a more consistent uptake rate & bioavailability.

Hope this info is helpful for you in your parasite battle.  Keep the forum posted on your progress.  Good luck!

Cheers - ICU

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