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Re: Cutaneous Larva Migrans / Hookworm
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Re: Cutaneous Larva Migrans / Hookworm

You know the more I read about other parasite victims on this forum the more I'm starting to agree with you. I have little hope in a positive O&P since the eggs to my parasites seems to all have been incubated subcutaneously above my earlobes instead of in the usual place, the intestines. Since shaving my head last week I've been busy cleaning-out all the egg storage cavities and destroying the migration routes and the adults that taxied the larva to my sinuses. If this was the only 'circle of reproduction' the species will die-off eventually. It already seems to be working as the number of hooks from the filariform poking thru my face when I shave has drastically reduced. I just hope they didn't have a second maternity ward in my intestines. My biggest distress is the constant attack of that same spot on my face where 'the big mother' had been living in my sinus, probably for years (shudder). If I can find a topical application that will kill and/or ward-off the critters from that spot I'll be able to wait-out the death of the remaining monsters. I'm trying clove oil tomorrow. Garlic oil works mildly but it's not good enough. Any suggestions?


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