If you're dealing with unidentified parasite
worms, it would be helpful to know more about your symptoms, there are only a certain amount of multicellular parasites
that attack human body tissue.
Are you having abdominal pains, and chest? What about other muscles legs, arms, legs? Are you having headaches? Vision problems? Rashes, redness? Are you able to feel the parasites
migrate around (Larvae migration), cause pain/pinching other problems?
I don't know about your insurance but mine covers just about any test that I've ordered except the capsule study I had to pay for myself.
FYI Advice on Meds:
For Praziquantel: GET IN MEXICO it's $1.85 versus hundreds per pill in the United States. (Mainly for flatworms and Tapeworms, not for Filarial Worms or Hookworms)
DiethylCarbamazine: Order is from ALLDAYCHEMIST: Highly Effective Against Filarial Worms, Toxocara, moderately effective against Hookworms, not effective against Tapeworms.
Ivermectin: This one you don't have to get from outside the country it's cheap in the US. Highly Effective against Strongyloides, and to some extent against Roundworms and Hookworms Generally. Less effective than DEC against Filarial parasites.
As far a testing, at least you can take certain specific tests to rule out certain parasites
so you can narrow it down. Do you have Quest Diagnostics in your area? They have ELISA Antibody Tests which you can knock out in ONE blood draw:
Cysticercus Antibody (IgG), Western Blot, Serum
Echinococcus Antibody (IgG), EIA with Reflex to Western Blot
Schistosoma IgG Antibody, FMI (Serum) [34306X]
Toxocara Antibody, ELISA, Serum
Trichinella Antibody (IgG), ELISA
Strongyloides Antibody (IgG)
Also you can have them run a general blood parasitology test called:
Malaria/Babesia/Other Blood Parasites
Diagnostics to Detect Immune Response to Worms:
Serum Eosinophils (Often still in Normal Range with Helminth Infections)
IgE Antibodies (These type of antibodies are elevated during Worms parasite
Infections more reliable indicator of infection severity than Eosinophils)
For Stool Ova & parasite
Tests, The ones usually run by labs may not be the best, depending on what type you have, the conventional test run by labs uses sedimentation, but BETTER Stool tests for Larval Detection would be:
Harada Mori Culture
Also you can order: Sputum Cytology, Ova & Parasite Urine
In your case, you can actually feel them, so you should have a BIOPSY done, and ask if they can take a second sample to send to the CDC.
I will add if you meet any doctor who says you Do Not Have Parasites or have Delusional Parasitosis SUE THEM after you get your positive test results.