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Re: Pinworms won't go away
 
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Re: Pinworms won't go away


ICU protocol is working for me, thought was pinworms, meds didn't work. Found out was strongyloides and it is working so far, 1st week into it, night/day difference.

Strongyloides article that makes sense, similar to pinworm sometimes
https://www.dermnetnz.org/topics/strongyloidiasis/
Recurrent rashes are known as larva currens or creeping infection. It occurs from strongyloides autoinfection and appears as an eruption beginning in the perianal region that rapidly spreads and causes intense itching. Episodes usually last several hours before subsiding again for weeks or months. Because of autoinfection recurrent larva currens may continue for many years, often decades.
 

 
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