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Message Subject How do you get rif of Lung Worms in Humans?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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A natureopath gave you parasites? Can you elaborate on how exactly? Sorry for your problems.

What other parasites do you have and how did you get those?
 Quoting: Bluebird



I have:

• PARASITES (heterakis, muellarius capillaris, haemoncus contortus, entamoeba hystolitica, diphyllobothrium latum, iodamoeba Williams, metastrongylinae)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1040260


If this naturopath wasn't bsing you...

ivermectin ftw. It's relatively safe for humans even though generally more commonly acceptable to give to animals because human studies just take too damned long and it's about a decade away...Also, it kills adult parasites so repeat dosing is required normally to kill all the parasites....all this said, dosing can be a pita but if you present this info to a real doc and get some of the ivermectin stuff from a live feed store for real cheap, you should be able to cure most parasites, but I will break it down for each individual thing listed:

heterakis:
[link to www.medwelljournals.com]

Muellarius:
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

haemoncus contortus:
[link to www.sciencedirect.com]

entamoeba hystolitica:
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

diphyllobothrium latum:
Praziquantel is a more common med for this, at 10-25mg per dose
[link to apps.who.int]
but also ivermectin might work with repeated proper dosages.

iodamoeba butschlii (not "Williams" dude):
(it's non-pathological; no action is required...aka, you got scammed by the naturopath at least on this point)
[link to www.rch.org.au]

metastrongyloidea:
(this is the renowned lungworm. I suggest seeing a doc for this one because the wiki looks a bit nuts and hopefully the naturopath was just trying to drain your pocketbook because it looks like treatment requires steroids and we all know what's been going on in the states with the steroids. I don't want any steroid shots, do you? hell no, you say? Yeah, I wouldn't want to chance fungal meningitis from treatments of lungworm. good god, that would suck. I'll get on with it. Since it's in the lungs I'm not sure if ivermectin would work on it. In fact, I'm seeing mixed reviews on websites regarding animals getting treated with it a)
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Unless you are an animal or the naturopath lied, you need to stop screwing your cows and sucking cow d*ck and eating raw grass that cows pooped on. I seriously do not know how you got a couple of these and i'm changing my views. Ivermectin will help a bunch but not necessarily all of these, but unless you are a dog you should seek a therapist because this was nuts looking through all these things. smdh. omgwtfbbq.
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