It started when I would lay down for the night and feel something moving and I could hear a crunching sound (I know, uck).
I mean how do they survive in there, what do they feed on and did you see them coming out your nose???
No, but I can get them out using a Qtip and hydrogen peroxide.
I have them in my front parts and they are pretty bad there. I assumed they couldnt survive in there but they do, guess thats how they get in and survive in the sinus's too...
I wear a tampon all the time and douche with anti- parasite stuff in the water. I used to get up in the middle of the night, anytime I would feel them and do an enima to kill the ones that were in the lower colon. I would insert part of a baby wipe with pinworm meds to try to prevent them from coming out at night. I would wake up and find them in my hair and face. I haven't seen any in my sinus in a while (but I have other kinds that I am still fighting there).
I am taking herbs and meds but not been able to get any stronger meds. I am not keen on the thought of animal meds as I have a weakened immune system.
---I wasn't keen on any of this for sure, but I'll take anything to kill parasites and get better, and take my chances. Everybody needs to do what is best for them. I am working on building my immune system right now.
What other parasites did you discover and how did you discover them?
---Through taking anti- parasite herbs and meds and doing enimas.
I have done to gall bladder flush's and have not expelled anythign bigger, lots biofilm like blobs of candida and Gallstones and some other stuff that I inspected that was not worm-like but I wonder if we just dont actually know or realise what the diddly is livng inside and off us. Please let me know more.
---Try to eat several cloves of raw garlic (chopped up on chips with salsa for example) and take your herbs and natural laxitives. Do the enimas and see what comes out. Send the picture to the Humaworm forum and see if they can identify them. Take the P&B shakes (do a search and you will find out what this is). Go and get a professional colon hydrotherapy session, I did one of these. I hear they are good for helping get rid of pinworms. Eat what they hate, pumpkin seeds, papaya, pineapple, garlic, etc. Look up posts on this forum that are like 4-5 years old. I have noticed there's a wealth of info that is very old. Mix up your herbs, I take the "www.godsherbs.com" parasite G and M formulas with the kidney/bladder formulas and lymph formula, which is helping. Treat your body as a whole. It's best if you can be under the care of an ND, otherwise you are having to self treat and get opinions from people on the forums.