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Hi John ~~

Were the 6" worms you expelled flat & segmented?  If so, they might be tapeworms; if round & smooth, they might be ascaris (roundworms).

Adult tapeworms attach themselves to your gut.  Their larva can migrate throughout the body & encyst in organs, skin, tissue, muscles, etc. 

The worm crawling up & down your spine sounds like a disseminated or scattered ascaris roundworm.

For roundworms, see the Albendazole Drug Protocol:

For both tapeworms & roundworms, see the Niclosamide, Praziquantel, & Albendazole Drug Protocol:

Hope this info helps you.  Good luck in your parasite battles!

Keep us posted on your progress ~ feedback helps everyone on the forum.

Cheers ~~ ICU    

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