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Re: mixed flukes and tapeworm infection treatment plan


Thanks for your detailed response.

You are the first person to mention doing blood tests and I'm glad to see that.
I did get a Dr. to do an ELISA test for Tapeworm and Ascaris (I believe). Negative on both.
But, he is starting to think I am delusional now that no test has turned up anything, so I don't think I will be able to get him to prescribe more testing.
I could try to find a rogue Dr who would prescribe tests for: flukes, strongyloides, filarae.
CAN YOU GIVE MORE SPECIFIC NAMES OF THESE so that I can ask the Dr to order the right ELISA tests?

I agree, it would be key to know what I have.

I just did Ivermectin for 4 days and did not feel much different.
I am considering mixodectin now.

I did a bunch of papain a few months ago and dont remember anything different but maybe I will retry to see if there is improvement. (I thought papain was supposed to digest the adult worm outer layers?)

I see that PinX is Pyrantel Pamoate and that is the first thing I tried when I first got sick, but I did not examine stool.

What I am concerned about is that all this happened after eating at a Vietnamese Restaurant - and i'm guessing some ingredient came from Vietnam and contained a parasite that is indigenous to that area...so that we might not have the tests in the U.S. to identify it.



 

 
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