Hi everyone. new to curezone here...
I'm just finishing up Day 7 of my Humaworm treatment...
I'm feeling great overall. Random spasms all over my body have reduced dramatically. My appetite returned and my weight has returned to 170lbs from 158lb before the treatment.
I wanted to share my experience and ask for everyones advice here...
I was under the impression from reading Humaworms website and reading many posts from users here that most of the "adult" worms would be expelled in the first week of the treatment.
But the adult worm in my intestine is still kicking and alive in me. If I had to describe what it feels like, it is either a poking, biting or crawling feeling with very slight pain when it happens. If i had to gauge it's size, I'd say maybe 3-4 inches or more.
I've been taking my treatment, eating properly and drinking more than 2 quarts of water daily. It definitely seems like just "one" worm. but a big one. and long too.
I've read that other people here had them expelled towards the end of their treatments? I know I still have 23 more days to go but I wanted to see if there was anything else I could do to help expel it. I've also read that in the case the worm I have is a tapeworm, I would have to take Humaworm, which would stun it, then take bentonite clay to push it out while its stunned?
Dr. Bailey told me over the phone that it might be roundworm from the brief list of symptoms I gave her. I'm wondering if it is a resistant type of roundworm or maybe its just really big and requires the Extra Strength? I thought I have contracted this couple months ago, but I'm starting to suspect that I might've been harboring this worm for a long while. I have been having issues with gaining weight, chronic fatigue and heart palpitation since I was a child. The heart palpitation went away as I entered my teenage years. Weight gain happened steadily as I ate healthier. The fatigue never really seemed to go away though.
---How this all started and how I found Humworm and Curezone---
I figured, this chronic fatigue I've had my whole life must have a reason. Did some research online and arrived at the conclusion of parasitic worm infection. Someone suggested taking Pyrantel Pamoate(an over-the-counter pinworm/roundworm paralyzer). Not knowing much about parasites, I tried it out. That was a month ago. At first, I felt gurgling and then felt something drop from my small intestine to the lower intestine. I thought, "wow I guess I did have a parasite". At this very moment, I felt great. In fact, I don't remember ever feeling this good. Fatigue was gone, dryness of mouth/nose was gone. Really felt like a million bucks.
The next day, the heavy, weighty feeling in my lower gut has gone back up to my smaller intestine area. Then, all my symptoms I've been suffering from, came back. But it was much worse. That night, I had a severe heart palpitation. Out of panic, I took a different type of deworming medicine. I took Flubendazole lying around and it seems to have made the palpitation go away. Then something crazy happened. I felt movement coming up my stomach... then up to my lower throat! I knew it was the worm. It latched on to the side of my throat and just stayed there. I felt like it was trying to escape from the Flubendazole I took. I went to the ER and was told that I was insane for even suggesting a "worm in the throat".
From that day on, it was a nightmare that never ended. My conditions were getting worse, no doctor gave the slightest thought or care to a possible parasitic worm infection. My intestine area was getting bloated. 2 and a half weeks passed by with futile efforts to getting any diagnosis.
This is exactly when i discovered curezone and humaworm. I just couldn't believe the doctors that there was "nothing" wrong with me. I knew I had worms. I wish I had discovered it sooner though, before it started reproducing inside me. It seems like the deworming medication agitated into "reproduction mode" :P
Anyways, I am very grateful to this community I recently discovered and to Dr. Bailey and Humaworm as well. I am going to finish my remaining days of Humaworm and do another after the 90 day waiting period. But this big, long worm that is in my intestine is still a concern for me. If this thing survives and I have to live with it during the 90 day period before I can do another humaworm treatment, I just might go crazy lol. Also if anyone knows of ways to getting a diagnosis on this worm I have, I'd appreciate it. I've already done a Strong ELISA and many O&P tests... Strongyloides came back negative and So did the stool tests. So any word of advice or similar experiences would be great. :)