parasites are very difficult to treat and yes they will persist. You can use the ivermectin in vagina. Yes, you can use in vagina the ivermectin paste in the tube serves as a perfect applicator and, do enemas to wash them out of the colon. Certain parasites will attack your ovaries and female organs.
If you have an itchy rash around your bum, or perinatal area you need to research strongyloides. Thatís an entirely different monster.
You can also use suppositories. Biopure sells them although they are super expensive. They have one called nexus that is made with garlic and artemisinin, and they also have other types. OR you can make your own with medications, herbs, or essential oils. Keep in account the dosage youíre using in enemas and suppositories if also taking oral meds though.
Dr Klinghardt suggests using Wormwood and garlic suppositories.
Enemas can be done with meds like ivermectin or Mebendazole. Crush up pills and dissolve the meds in. There are plenty of case studies you can google where these enemas have been done in a hospital setting. I actually just posted a link on one several days ago.
Also boric acid vaginal suppositories you can purchase off amazon work pretty well.
If youíre not familiar with the portal vein he speaks about below you should google it. That one way of delivering meds and the other reason for enemas is washing out the parasites as well as getting them out whole. So they donít break down in your body and release the viruses, bacteria, and yeasts they have inside them. I have found the only way of getting the large ones out whole is by doing enemas.
ďAnd by using suppositories, itís picked up by the portal vein and it gets to the liver. It really cleans out the liver very deeply.Ē
ďWell, we have patients that still, after two years, of daily parasite treatment are still pooping out big parasites. And so, thatís the thing. People have to be patient. They have to be diligent. They have to stay with it.Ē