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Re: Why can't you get rid of Ascaris when having Flukes?
 
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Re: Why can't you get rid of Ascaris when having Flukes?


its imo certainly true, that they need or at least support each other. perhaps as they exist, they find their symbiotic balance in the body - again and again: some times the Ascaris breed and the flukes are less other times vise versa... something like that. everything is fluctuating. its something alive and as us bound to conditions.

and obviously they need the bunch of bacteria for survival. certain Antibiotics kill worms, too. for me e.g. cipro and oxofloxacin.

after albenda + IM there were ascarias. and also heaps of flukes. i reposted a fluke pic today, but mine were long. 6+ centimeters. and so many. i'm wondering if this was in fact schistosomiasis.

after taking certain meds, i still see eggs on the skin. the tiny ones and most of them white, but there is also something black. only very few, edgy and hard. its definitely related to platyhelminth medication. do you have an idea what this could be?

my tomato-leaves were brownish, as on the pic. not red-brown, as usually mentioned on the net. and when dried, it turned light olive-green.
 

 
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