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A strongyloides infection compounded by what could be Hafta or some rodent droppings spores I inhaled and got in my eyes. by Amazi ..... Parasites Support Forum (Alt Med)

Date:   4/30/2021 11:35:39 PM ( 5 months ago ago)
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What do I do?

I actually stopped taking the Antibiotics Doxycycline because of fear. I also stopped taking Ivermectin because it wasnít affecting me. This was after some considerable time. Anyway, I was doing fine with a multitude of changes to diet, exercise, meditation and natural medicines and teas.

I was throwing away decades old cardboard boxes of old papers collected by my 82 yr old stepfather. It just happen to be next to rodent poison and an exterminators sprayer but rodent dust spores becoming airborne and creating havoc on ones health wasnít something I considered. A box I emptied had some dust I emptied into the trash bin but some of it flew into the air and my eye. A stinging pain and within 10 minutes I was feeling ill. I went back upstairs and got back to my normal but it wasnít over. Every time I went to the basement I got sick and sicker. Until I eventually got Covid like symptoms - pulmonary issues etc. Now in my a
Apartment upstairs I brought some laundry I hung ito dry in the basement and didnít think that this small amount of dust was finding a new home in my clothes. So to make a long story short, Doctor prescribes Z Pack, Ivermectin, Prednisone, Hydroxychloroquine, and Albuterol.
I havenít purchased them.

I have to sleep and exist with a mask because last night was hell. No matter what I did I kept going into septic state. Even after my first ever doses of Ivermectin and Doxycycline that I had from my prior use. What calmed things down was putting on a mask.

Iím now going back to truly resolving things using the Doxycycline, Ivermectin path to resolving the underlying problem strongyloides with the hard drugs I didnít want to damage my body. Iím not sure if I should consider Z pack the Antibiotic and take it with the Doxycycline or not. Do you treat a compounded situation or stick to the original fight and hope the other infections will pass?

I hope to get an answer.


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