I'm glad you didn't take offence when I was speaking my mind. And you seem to possess a generous dose of humour, which is always a good and healthy thing. :-)
Please do not hesitate too long concerning your water intake during Ramadan in case bad die-off symptoms should occur. It is not to be understimated, especially since Ramadan is during August this year, which is probably a very hot month in your place.
Except for hemorrhaging inside the eyeballs, stubborn belly fat and weak fingernails I can subscribe to all of the symptoms you listed above. They are with me for at least five years now. Humaworm has helped me lessen their intensity; and after a round of Humaworm, I'm free of most of these symptoms for awhile. They're creeping back, albeit not as strong as they used to be. I'm afraid I'll have to do a couple of more rounds to truly get rid of everything. I'm 57, and therefore nearly matching your own age, which may make our experiences comparable.
Doctors failing me, I tried myself to assess as good as ever possible what it is that ruined me so much. I found dog tapeworm, liver flukes and roundworms - and that's just what I could see with my very own eyes. As I have a long history of Giardia, there's a good chance that I'm still battling them to this day too. But while they've been found in stool samples in the past, they're not to be found anymore, according to the labs. Oh well, in the past there were educated women or men in front of microscopes, doing all the visual tests necessary to determine their existence/absence. Today, it's all automated. I wonder if this is a real step forward or not (rather not, I'm afraid).
It's fantastic that you're planning to document your cleanse here, as this will be very helpful for everybody in a similar situation.
I wish you all the best, and as little discomfort during your cleanse as ever possible.
By the way, your command of the english language is very impressive. Reading your posts, I wouldn't have guessed that you're a citizen of a non-english speaking country. And thanks for the little story about the customs officials when your order arrived in your country. It had me laughing happily. :-)