I'm wondering if the reason the big ones are so hard to kill is because the amount of dewormer it would take to kill them, would also be lethal (or near-lethal) to a human?
I took so much that I thought I was having a heart attack, but my accupuncturist checked my pulse and said my heart was fine. He said to keep taking the medicine and the pain would pass. I trusted him and did as he directed. I couldn't lift my arms for four days. When it was over I felt much better. He said the trauma would move out of my body by traveling down my limbs and out my fingers and toes. A couple months later my elbows wouldn't bend for several days, then my wrists, after than I could barely walk for pain in my ankles an feet, then my toes, then my fingers.
I was reading somewhere that the lifespan of Ascaris is about 2-5 years. I'm hoping it's possible to keep the babies mopped up and outlive all the big ones. Any thoughts on this? Also, do you think maybe baby Ascaris are the same thing as, or sometimes mistaken for, threadworms? Is there a difference between a threadworm and pinworm?
How are you doing? Well I hope. Are the minerals still working for you?
I push it to the limit whenever I can. It is very difficult to make progress and keep a normal routine, don't you think?