I don't understand. You said you are trying to rid of tapeworms, and ask about Albendazone, when ICU's protocol for Tapeworm calls for Niclosamide first, and then to have cycles of BOTH albendazone and Praziquantel together for their synergistic action. You said you have tried the albendazone+ivermectin protocol and ask if you should take Albendazole for 30 days, but that would not be following the recommended protocol for the treatment for tapeworms. You should take albendazone AND praziquantel together for tapeworms.
"Take Niclosamide first. When finished, start taking Praziquantel & Albendazole together. Encysted Tapeworms scattered throughout the body are very difficult to eradicate. Several treatment cycles may be necessary. Before starting a new cycle, rest the liver for 7 days, then repeat treatment with Albendazole & Praziquantel only (not Niclosamide).
Praziquantel (Biltricide) & Albendazole (Albenza):
Praziquantel is taken taken together with Albendazole to systemically kill any remaining diehard adults in the intestines & eggs, larva, & cysts scattered throughout the body.
These drugs have synergistic action when taken together, versus taking each drug as a separate treatment, & result in higher cure rates."