Hi, thanks for offering help. I can't find the answer to this, and since you've taken mebedazole three times, you might have some thoughts: We just took the two-weeks-later second dose (3 days ago)of mebendazole and I found larvae (?) on my son's rectum. Is that to be expected? They don't move, so i hope they're dead.
I think the mebendazole two week interval is a rather artificial dosing regimen given that you can reinfect yourself everyday unintentionally, and have eggs hatching at any given time.
I'm still figuring out how to navigate around curezone, but I stumbled on your "the whole picture" comments that ostensibly modern practices have produced these problems. Certainly the lack of crop rotation-- particulary for corn, potatoes, tomatoes -- creates a breeding ground for nematodes, and leaves their eggs on veggies -- many of which we eat raw. Let's not even start on factory farmed animals.
Anyway, we're starting on Humaworm whenever it arrives.