Yes, coffee enemas helped me get rid of the intestinal worms, including the so-called rope worms. I've read that rope worms aren't really worms but then again who knows. One thing I did notice is the thin white worms have sacks and black specks attached to them. If you look at the largest rope worm, it has two sacks with white specks in them. I took a close up picture of the sacks on the rope worm which show an amazing amount of detail for a Cell Phone picture.
So, the two perhaps have a similar characteristic.
My skin has gotten better since that picture, which was taken in August. But, I still have lesions and odd bruises that are now spreading down to the top of my hands. I also have dark bruises on my abdomen and sores on my ankles on thighs. To me, in certain places under the skin on my arms I can see what look to be white worms. I wonder if I'm imagining things because no doctor has agreed that there's anything there whatsoever, not even the lowly scabies mite which isn't that rare. All three skin doctors told me I had delusional parasitosis. One doctor was very mean and made me cry in her office. It was so humiliating. I was like, hey, the nurse at Walgreens diagnosed this and the medicine helped, but the sores came back. I didn't diagnose it by myself. I didn't ask for this to happen and or want it to happen. If it's not that, fine, tell me what it is and help me get well. But, she was so rude and dismissive. I told her I didn't want scabies and I didn't cause the sores to happen, which she insisted was the case. "You caused this. If you quit scratching it will go away."
What a nightmare. I went back to the Walgreens but the nurse wasn't there anymore, darn it. So, maybe it's mites. Maybe it's a systemic infection. I don't know.
But, yes, I have taken pet ivermectin and it definitely helps. For what it's worth, I'm an investigative journalist by trade and a tireless researcher. So, I've read everything I can find online and have tried pretty much every solution including pet meds, DE, herbs, bleach, Iodine tincture (for my skin) and lice shampoo and other mite treatments among other things.