I sympathize with you pal. Believe me, I have (am still am)been though everything that you're talking about...including the doctor's issues.
For me, two Specialists: 1st guy prescribed an antipsychotic, and the other one recommended I see a shrink. Believe me, with all I've been through (including the $1000's wasted on ineffective treatments) I'm almost beyond tears at this point.
If I were you, instead of spending a ton of money on stuff that you're not sure will even work, I would do as I am by getting a parasite
Test Kit run on you by Metametrix so that you have a confirmed ACCURATE diagnosis.
You need a confirmed diagnosis so that you can then put it back in those doctor's laps. You can then hold them accountable in receiving proper medical treatment. At least that is my plan.
With the mistreatment you received from that Specialist, you may even have a malpractice case for your pain and suffering when this is all over. Again, at least that is my plan...make some of these useless and lazy doctor's answer for such behavior!
I tried emailing Metametrix to see if they are able to release physician contacts that are local to requesting patients...but they haven't responded yet. For in order for them to accept a specimen, you must have a requesition from a doctor that has an account set-up with them.
Phone around to a few Naturopath Doctor's in your area, and ask if they are set-up with Metametrix. If you can't find any, you may have to push/convince them that this lab diagnosis parasites
using DNA analysis (very accurate). And that you need their help in getting this done. This is the sure way of doing it, rather than playing the guessing game and wasting time and money. Not to mention, avoiding the suffering any longer than you have to.
Until then, you might consider what I am doing. If you suspect that you also have a systemic candida issue (along with the worms or parasites) watch your carb and Sugar
intake, and order yourself some Clarkia
until you can get this lab test done. This product will keep most everything "in check" until you get your lab test completed.
If you do intend to try and go it alone, I agree with what one user said on one of your other posts. That being: if a person has worms that they can definitely feel moving around in their gut, there is no need for a break in treatment as stated on the herb treatment bottles.
The only purpose for this break is for once you have killed ALL the adult worms, sometimes larvae and/or eggs can go into a sort of cocoon or hybernation state when they sense that they are under attack...making the treatment ineffective against them. So that's when you take a break, so that they will think it's safe to come out of their hybernation. Then you resume treatment, and are able to kill-off the ones that escaped the first or second go around.