Wonderkid, if you have brain parasites it is very hard to tell, as there are no nerves in your brain. The scalp, however, is more accurate. The problem with them living in the brain is that there's no food source there for them - they will eventually die! Not to say that the cysts created by worms aren't a problem, they are very serious and can cause epilepsy. If you believe that this is the problem, go get an MRI to check for cysts! But be aware, if this is an ongoing problem, that they are not reproducing in the brain. They end up there because they got lost, and will die up there. They come from the intestines, that's where the food source is! Kill them there and like Charly said, be diligent. Stool tests are seriously inaccurate so if you have a positive one, count your lucky stars and work with it.
If you don't know the species, try to identify them in the stool. Be careful with the freshly ground cloves, as this can really do more harm than good because of the damage to gut flora. Cloves are supposedly great for killing eggs, so use them after you kill the mature worms if at all an adult worm will drop their entire egg load before they die. This is why not being diligent actually makes things worse, as these eggs will grow into an infestation worse than the previous one if left to grow up into mature worms.
I also feel like you're trying the WRONG diets. Parasites will cause more problems then a diet like that could ever fix, and eating raw foods is just TOO RISKY! Eat everything cooked WELL DONE or don't eat it at all! Here's the best diet you can do - No Artificial preservatives
, **No GMO's**, Organic, cooked well, with little to no yeast or sugar. Tell me you don't feel better after 1 month of that.
As for the mental decline, DON'T STRESS ABOUT IT SO MUCH! This is completely normal for parasitic infections, and you will get back to being your old self as soon as you treat the problem. The worms release ammonia and other toxins which affect your brain in lots of strange ways. They can cause very serious anxiety and depression, you are NOT alone! It's important to keep thinking happy thoughts, as the mind is a powerful tool in recovery. Telling yourself that you won't get better doesn't help at all.
For a natural kill for just about all parasites, and some more advice on getting parasites to move out of the brain and back down where they need to be to be killed, read this. http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=2136310#i
One of my favorites success stories.
Also in regards to Pinworms, it's best to let them lay those eggs on the outside where you can get rid of them in the morning, if you think about it. You guys have this advantage over people infected with almost any other kind of worm. This will keep the population down. The itching can be horrible, but we want to treat the problem not the symptoms, right?
It's also super important to remember not to feed the worms. Eat foods that are good for YOU not THEM. This will be hard to do at first and cravings are horrible, but there has never been a better time to build good eating habits than now, especially now since it's out of necessity! Should make it a bit easier than before.
Hope this helps, sorry it was so long. I hope for a smooth recovery for everyone!
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