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Anti-Depressants More Effective Anthelmintic Action then actual Anti-Parasite Drugs?
 
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Anti-Depressants More Effective Anthelmintic Action then actual Anti-Parasite Drugs?


I apparently have both a roundworm and hookworm infection, doctors haven't been able to come up with a proper diagnosis.

After taking Ivermectin I expelled a worm, and after taking Epazote Tea I expelled a different looking worm. I have also microscopically examined my sputum and taken photos of the helminth eggs that appeared. I sent the pictures to a pathologist who said they are either hookworm or roundworm eggs but he was not able to identify the exact species.

I have tried high doses of Albendazole, Ivermectin, Praziquantel, and Nitozoxanide, and while some of these helped for a short while, the parasite infection came back even worse.

I just recently came across a study from this year showing that Zoloft and other drugs are rapid-acting anti-helmintic agents, at concentrations that are less than the therapeutic dose.

What I recently found is that certain anti depressants could be the most effective anti-helmintic drugs yet - SEE NCBI STUDY BELOW:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5772060/
 

 
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