Colonic worms

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Is there any chance that the gurgling which occurs mainly in the morning and late nights could be related to worms? I have read that not too many doctors and labs are familiar with worms. Could they all have overlooked this? Have you dealt with anything similar in the past? Are there any suggestions so I may present them to both my primary care and GI at the next visit. One doctor even thought it was in my head and my mind could be messing with me.
My doc won't give me anything for it prescription wise since it doesn't show up in results. But, I still feel it in me, swelled up tonight even though colonic yesterday was so clear, but locked up about half way through (35 min), just past liver. I felt great last week but got a major cold and it went right into my upper intestines - hard as a rock. Put heat on it tonight and can feel protrusion again, swollen up like a balloon. GI's say it is fatty liver. Others say it's in my head.
Right now I'm struggling badly and all I can eat is a virtual liquid/soft mush diet and any action I do see is (sorry to be gross) like ribbons or worms.. Am seeing consultant tomorrow, but thinking it must be something like colonic inertia or a partial obstruction. Am seriously fed up and it's affecting my life, job etc. Right now I just wish I had the bag back... Be really good to hear from anyone who's had a similar experience or has any advice...
Hi, about 4 months ago my girlfriend was having food problems and for whatever reason she got a colonic. Some "worms" came out. I didn't see them just heard them described. They didn't show up on a stool sample she gave to her doctor, but on her request she was treated for parasites anyway. She was given Mebendazole, for one week, this was about a month ago.
I think you should look into colonic hydrotherapy because you may have worms or some sort of bacterial overgrowth. A series of colonics along with a low sugar/low yeast diet with plenty of water and fibrous foods. Keep seeing your doctor but unless there is cancer, do not let them remove anything, or prescribe you any chemicals, this will only compound your problem. Your 20 years old, this should not be happening to you. Do some research on what I have said above and you will believe me.
Have you traveled to any other countries recently? It may be worms as well. Diverticulars are a sign that you are constipated or have been really constipated for an extended period of time. You may want to have him go on a no sugar/no yeast diet for about 2 months along with plenty of water and fibre (sounds harsh I know).. Colonic Hydrotherapy will help there as well strengthening the peristalsis of the colon making it able to sustain some regularity.
Right now I'm struggling badly and all I can eat is a virtual liquid/soft mush diet and any action I do see is (sorry to be gross) like ribbons or worms.. Am seeing consultant tomorrow, but thinking it must be something like colonic inertia or a partial obstruction. Am seriously fed up and it's affecting my life, job etc. Right now I just wish I had the bag back... Be really good to hear from anyone who's had a similar experience or has any advice...
3- Refrain from eating meat and sugar for a while, because they feed the worms. Eat veggies and fruits and foods that are rich in fiber. Some ppl do the pineapple cure in which you eat&drink nothing but pineapple and pineapple juice for 3 days, worms can't take that much acid and die. You can also eat one tablespoon of coconut everyday in the breakfast. Also a small cup of grated carrot taken every morning is said to be offensive to all kinds of parasites.
Is not Celiacs, tried the diet for 2 months and had the blood test.
Normocytic normochromic anemia is usually due to diet deficiency, worms in stomach, a bleeding ulcer in stomach or any cause of less intake of iron rich food or loss of blood. Apart from diet supplementation other causes should be looked at. A stool test will be very helpful. Basophils are increased in allergy, viral infections and bone marrow disorders. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted.
I don't have morgellons--no sores, visible worms etc.--but I am going to try some of the immune system supplements listed on that site because the constant stress of dealing with the bugs is affecting my health. In the mean time, I am going to contact a bird mite exterminator and see what that costs. My heart and compassion goes out to all of you. I know your pain. There've been times when this situation depressed me to the point that I felt like I don't know how long I could live this way.
i mean, what is the first thing a vet does when you take fido or whiskers in? right, a fecal smear to look for worms, and they do it right in the office under a regular old microscope. i would put my life savings on that you have intestinal parasite infection. double down if you own or have owned a cat or dog (or domestic mammal) in the past year.
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