"...I believe I do have a complicated case because it seems like everyday I find a different type of worm..."
Yea, pain level worse than death. I never thought it possible.
Biting pain can be a red worm.
Aching pain can be a white worm.
Red worms have 3 layers, do not leak many toxins, but squirt nitric acid and make cellulose.
White worms have 2 layers, thin skin, leak toxins, ache a lot.
Brain fog is another indication of run away L3 stage worms, can be filarial stage, Challenge test with DEC Dimmitrol, slow ramp from 50mg to 200mg. Intervention of red worms with either Fenbendazole, OXFendazole, or Flax Seed oil. Brain Fog is always a indicator to dose Invermectin, especially if you have red worms.
Regular IVM dose for conventional reds. Long after IVM becomes less effective, it is still the "go to med" for brain fog or visual focus issues. I took thousands of doses over years. It is a safe med.
Albendazole is part of the filarial protocol.
Natural Piperazine or Piperazine citrate for white worms.
Fenben for conventional red worms.
Full moon symptoms are associated with White worms, Ascaris?
Ascaris will react when even small doses of Pyrantel are taken.
Combination of red and white worms, Ascaris and Strongyles in my case, caused pain beyond belief.
It took years to cure Ascaris.
While there is no cure for Stongyles, I am now comfortable.
Breaking the worm life cycles can be difficult, that is why it takes knowledge and action to intervene in an infection, and get control.
Breathing or gasping for air at the slightest exertion is an Ascaris sign. OXIBendazole for Ascaris.
Tapeworms and Flukes are flat worms, and if you have enzymes from Flat worms, white worms, and red worms, it takes a lot, and a long time to get most of them cured.
I avoided all coffee and booze. Makes them multiply like crazy.
Woops, Barberpole med was monepantel.
I would start with a hair analysis, to determine what your mineral and metals profile looks like.
Your Ph. under the tongue, gives an instant status check of your enzymes. I would take no meds when your Ph. falls below 6.0
Ph. below 6.5 actually reduces med effectiveness and safety a lot. Ideal peripheral Ph. is 7.0