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Nancy

In response to: Since I've Been Taking Iodine....

Nancy [Visitor]
Jane, I am suffering from increased floaters in my eyes and have been pointed towards taking Iodine. Also I have seen a naturopath in the past but have not been given a protocol for cleansing. I looked for a good diagnostic doctor and did find an environmental doctor who put me on a protocol that I could not continue due to distance of seeing this doctor. I live in Massachusetts. Can you share with me the herbs and other treatments that you have found that have gotten rid of the floaters in your eyes? I appreciate the sharing...Thanks for responding
PermalinkPermalink 03/09/15 @ 14:00

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
Hi

Thank you for your comment. I'm aware of Dr. Clark and zapping. I appreciate your comment. Thank you.
PermalinkPermalink 02/19/15 @ 13:35
Vee

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Vee [Visitor]
I have no affiliation with this company, or any personal experience just sharing what I have found.
"In March, 2008 Dr. Clark herself used a prototype FreeCoil SuperZappicator to get rid of parasites in her left eye muscles. She told us that they had been there for 30 years, despite regular zapping. They were gone in just 20 minutes! She was both amazed and delighted."
This statement is about midway down the page.
http://www.bestzapper.com/zapper5/
The more I read and understand about this "zapping", the more I realize it's huge benefits for over all health.
PermalinkPermalink 01/31/15 @ 09:57
Phil

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Phil [Visitor]
My experience with "worms" in my eyes turned out well with a bit of education. I too had the long strands and threads that seemed to move in the swirl of my vitreous. These are not worms but threads of vitreous that appear with age as the vitreous turns from a jelly state to a more liquid one. My main concern was thousands of tiny worm like specks that raced across my visual field when I was looking at my computer screen or blue sky...Freaked me out! It turns out to be a very natural...I am adding the net-post that explained it here:The Entopic phenomenon or (Scheerer's phenomenon) is when you one can actually visualise blood flow through the retinal blood vessels. We all have the potential to see the blood flow but most of us are able to ignore this. Some people may become suddenly aware of this and this sudden awareness may lead to the idea that there is a problem with the eyes, when actually there is not. This moving dots effect are actually leukocytes, or white blood cells (WBC), which move along through the blood-filled capillaries.
There are many capillaries on the retina which have the shape of a snake, a sine-wave, and when a leukocyte travels through that channel, it executes a sinusoidal "wiggle" motion. The capillaries are said to be normally invisible because they are full of hemocytes (red blood cells), and these hemocytes are too close to each other, and too far away from the retina to create individual moving shadows. Therefore, like the capillaries themselves, our retinas "edit" the blood cells out the view perceived by our brains. On the other hand, the leukocytes (White blood cells) are large, and they act like gaps in the columns of blood which fill the capillaries. These "moving holes" in the blood are made visible whenever we stare at a uniformly illuminated surface.
The entopic phenomenon can be seen especially observed when looking at a bright blue sky. Small, rapid pin-point sparks of light can be seen darting about in the central vision. Some people may think that these sparks are floaters. In reality, they represent white blood cells moving through the blood capillaries of the retina. This is a normal finding, and actually may indicate normal retinal function.
It is also called Blue field entopic phenomena too.. here is some more found info:
The blue field entoptic phenomenon or Scheerer's phenomenon is the appearance of tiny bright dots moving quickly along squiggly lines in the visual field, especially when looking into blue light (such as the sky). These dots are due to the white blood cells that move in the capillaries in front of the retina of the eye, near the macula. The dots move somewhat in sync with the heart beat. HOPE THIS WILL RELIEVE anyone who has concern about this phenomenon
PermalinkPermalink 01/04/15 @ 12:10
Emma

In response to: My Own Pictures Of My Sputum/Mucus/Slime And Stringy Stuff Up My Nose

Emma [Visitor]
Hi! I've been experiencing the same symptoms since August. I had gotten bronchitis over the summer and now I'm thinking it might just well have been a worm infection! Anyway since then I've been seeing a doctor and he's diagnosed with me asthma and some allergies. I've brought up the sputum issue and he doesn't have much to say about it. What sort of doctor should I see regarding an infection with worms? Another reason I think that it could be worms is that about a year ago I started getting terrible diarrhea and my doctor said I must have IBS. I had gotten urine, stool, and blood samples tested and the only positive feedback was low iron. Maybe I should be tested again. Thanks for this post! Not going to lie, I am a bit scared at the moment. Hopefully I can get this all straightened out. Again thank you!
PermalinkPermalink 12/05/14 @ 03:00
shankar

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

shankar [Visitor]
:!:wow great explanation.i like the way you expalined.i too have some of the exact symptoms in my left eye.i am from hyderabad and here lot of pollution and my eyes are soo sensible for it.will iodine intake can cure this symptoms.?if you can explain i feel great
PermalinkPermalink 11/29/14 @ 06:42

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Jane [Member]
Hi Kris

I am not quite sure why my pictures aren't showing. It could be that the owner of the site has made updates to the site?

Also regarding the link you sent in your comment above, when I put the link into browser I get a load of posts/messages and no image. You could try emailing the image to me.
PermalinkPermalink 11/27/14 @ 13:46
Johanna

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Johanna [Visitor]
Hi Jane and others
Boy I'm so please to find your blog.
This morning I stood up, and saw all those wurms in front of my eyes, they are huge and scared the heck out of me, I was panicking. But after reading nearly all the comments. I have made an appointment today with a Naturopath and will follow a detox program. So it's a start for me.
Thanks heaps to all the others who have posted their story here as well.
PermalinkPermalink 11/23/14 @ 16:21
Prakash

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Prakash [Visitor]
Even i have this kind of experience from my childhood...I dont know what it is!!!
PermalinkPermalink 11/02/14 @ 10:56
Kris

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Kris [Visitor]
Thank you!
PermalinkPermalink 10/25/14 @ 17:04

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
Hi CountryMouse

Apologies for the delay in publishing your comment. I think you sent me a private email which I am in the process of writing. I will email you very soon.
PermalinkPermalink 10/23/14 @ 14:01

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Jane [Member]
Hi Kris

I have had a couple of emails regarding the pictures. I'm unsure as to why they are not showing on my blog. I'll check it out.
PermalinkPermalink 10/23/14 @ 13:01
Kris

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Kris [Visitor]
Hi Jane,

I've been frantically searching the internet after I passed something that sounds exactly as you describe. Unfortunately, it won't let me view your pictures for some reason - Are they expired? Any way you can repost? If not, can you tell me if it looked like this?

http://curezone.com/upload/Parasites/Forum_01/photo10.jpg
PermalinkPermalink 10/21/14 @ 09:22

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Jane [Member]
Did you take the specimen to be analysed or even take a picture?
PermalinkPermalink 10/06/14 @ 13:29
helen

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

helen [Visitor]
I just passed a 1 inch object. it is like wood brown in color.When it was passing in the feces it felt like glass.Have no idea what it might. be.
PermalinkPermalink 09/20/14 @ 12:22

In response to: The Mucus/Slime

Jane [Member]
Dear Oddbot

Where, in my blog, do I mention maggots?! I don't appreciate comments like this on a serious matter.
PermalinkPermalink 09/11/14 @ 14:00
CountryMouse

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

CountryMouse [Visitor]
Hi Jane,

Thank you documenting your journey and I hope you are still in continued and better health. I have been suffering from various, mysterious, undiagnosed symptoms for the last six-seven months.

Parasites, floaters (like the ones you descrbie), "buzzing" in my legs, coldness in my hands, unhealthy bowel movements, pain in the shoulders (again like you described), all of these have sadly become all too familiar to me.

I have tried reading through your blog entries, but I could not find a mention of the exact herbs/treatment/protocol that had you feeling better. Could you please point me to a post or comment on what it was that finally had you feeling better.

Many Thanks! Wish you health and peace.

[P.S: for what its worth, my own reading inclines me to agree with Gariel above, some form of filarial worms is what these floaters are most likely to be]
PermalinkPermalink 09/08/14 @ 16:35
oddbot

In response to: The Mucus/Slime

oddbot [Visitor]
Did you get your maggots sorted?
PermalinkPermalink 08/31/14 @ 09:29
Arvind Gaur

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Arvind Gaur [Visitor]
I have a similar problem but i don't know what it is. i saw pictures on the internet and can see similarities with these pictures. If interested click the following link
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC106837/
PermalinkPermalink 08/27/14 @ 05:55
Neil Klein

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Neil Klein [Visitor]
I swim long distance in the ocean, usually with no goggles and in clear water, these cell/wormlike things used to pass my vision. They would leave and come again and I can usually see one very clear. Wormlike with much detail in the body.
Yesterday, I went swimming in the ocean with goggles and saw the same thing. It made me realize they might be in my eye.

I do not see them at any other times, even when swimming in pools.

Very disturbing that theyare in my eye and I can see that level of detail. Looks like I am looking through a microscope. The last post was very interesting. Will look at the site.

Concerned about it - but want to swimm and look at them in detail.
PermalinkPermalink 08/17/14 @ 15:15

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
Thank YOU Gabriel for this comment.

I will respond when I have more time.

I very much appreciate you taking the time to write your comment. Thank you again.
PermalinkPermalink 08/12/14 @ 14:03
Gabriel

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Gabriel [Visitor]
Dear Jane and others,

I am sure that this is a filarial worm-related thing.

I say "related", because what some people notice in their eyes may not be the worm itself, but the microfilariae released by the female worm(s), and the female worm may live somewhere else in the body.

It could be Mansonella but there are many other possibilities as well, and there are many species that have not been identified yet. The people commenting on this page may not be infected with the exact same species, but the disease mechanism is the same.

This is clearly an infection, not the "standard" floater story. Notice that Mexico was mentioned in the comments a few times, and Mexico is one of the areas (but not the only area!) where insects (e.g. midges) may carry certain infections.

My theory is clear: basically a person is bitten by an infected insect, the person may not notice anything, and the person will not become sick at all, and the insect may be too tiny to be noticed or remembered anyway. After a few weeks or months the person starts to see things floating in the eye. This is because the larvae that the insect carried becomes an adult and starts releasing microfilariae (larvae that waits for a new insect bite to be carried away in a new host). The microfilariae circulates in the body, there are no symptoms, with the only exception of the eye...

Some hints:
- For example, some Mansonella species are regarded as apathogen parasites, which means that they do not do much damage. This is why otherwise healthy people may see the same thing as Jane. And this is probably the reason why this area is not researched more and why this problem is not solved yet. (Yes, a doctor saying "this is just a floater" is an attempt to solve it)
- These worms can live for many many years, this is why if someone starts to see these things, it will not go away.
- Jane mentioned once that after successfully *reducing* the parasites, her eye situation *improved*. In my opinion this is because now there were *less* worms releasing microfilariae.
- Lyme and candida was mentioned in a few comments. What people are seeing in their eyes are definitely not the Borrelia spirochete or its eggs or Candida or anything related to them. However, it is very important to understand that people with weakened immune system usually have much more parasites than people with normal or super-strong immune system. And Borrelia is weakening the immune system a lot, to help its own survival in a hostile environment. This means that people with Borrelia infections, or so-called Lyme disease have a much higher chance to have this filarial parasite in their body as well among many others.
- The drawing of Jane may look a little bit strange for those who have not seen something similar yet (e.g. in a microscope). I mean, the drawing does not show a simple "thread" with dots. It seems as if the thread was not "intact". Yes, my theory is, and perhaps Jane or others can confirm this, that these things seem to be constantly degrading. This is what the immune system would do with dead, foreign materials. So why is it that these things never disappear then? Because new ones come again and again, periodically released by the adult female worm.
- Based on the (so far quite limited) knowledge about Mansonella, a sensitive person may feel something crawling under the skin, especially on the head, or legs. Yes, this is related to this issue. Why the face? Not only because it is a more sensitive area, but also because the parasites evolved to prefer those areas where the chance of insect bite is higher (face or neck is usually not covered by clothes). Also, it seems that the blood or lymph supply make the nose and ears a good entry point to the face and scalp region.



What else can I say?
Oh yes. The solution. As it was clear from the comments so far, a number of people can see the same thing that Jane sees, but there was no comment like "I have done this and this and my eye became permanently clear again". Or "Yes, I did the same as you and mine cleared up as well."

I do not say that it is Mansonella, I only say that it is something similar. If you read a little bit about Mansonella, you will soon find out that there is no known or published solution to reliably eliminate Monsanella worms. One reason could be that it is regarded as apathogen, so it does not attract much interest, but the other reason could be that it is really difficult to eliminate it. For example, it does not live in the digestive tract, so the usual methods do not work so well. And it is big enough to be only aggravated but not killed by a frequency generator.

After reading the above you may think that this is just a useless message not giving any solution. I think my message is very important:
- it acknowledges the problem (it is not just a floater that Jane sees)
- it provides a clear direction what the problem could be, this shortens the time until a solution is published. (find a way to eliminate Monsanella, and you may have a solution that would eventually clear up the eyes of the affected people)
- it gives you an explanation (why and how all this is happening)
- it may give you hope (now you know that you do not have to live with this forever)
- and most importantly, an affected person reading this may expedite the solution-finding-procesd of how to detect and eliminate the adult female worm that causes this. (e.g. a scientist with necessary lab equipment could look into it, or a person with FSCAN could look for an effective frequency, or a wealthy person could hire scientists to work on this or sponsor the work of others, or someone with enough time could find out whether there are existing methods already, or muscle-testing could reveal something, perhaps a herb, or a completely new method could be developed, who knows? Or simply a significant number of affected people could get together and make blood test or skin-snips or other lab tests together, looking for something common.)



If you have the time and if you are interested enough to read (or scroll through) some scientific text, this article may give you a good background to understand filarial parasites:
Zoonotic Filariasis: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC106837/
Excerpt:
"Before going any further, it should be emphasized that a wide variety of filarial worms, including natural parasites of humans as well as a far greater number of zoonotic species, may be found in the chambers of the eye."

Oh yes, do not miss the "discussion" part. Excert from that:
"We surmise that many people are exposed and probably many more are infected than is recognized. It is likely that in most of these infections, the larvae die or are killed very quickly. Curiously, in some instances, infective larvae that invade the tissues are able to develop to sexual maturity without an apparent challenge from the host."
Do you remember what I wrote about Lyme disease? Those people are unfortunate hosts "without an apparent challenge".

And do NOT miss FIG. 41-44.

Finally, I would like to thank Jane for making this post and attracting so many comments. It shows that a high number of people are affected by this and interested in this. High enough to put energy into finding out more and publishing a solution.
PermalinkPermalink 08/06/14 @ 07:52
marie newman

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

marie newman [Visitor]
What I see is a lot of bugs look like weevels with a lot of legs.
PermalinkPermalink 07/31/14 @ 15:46

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
Your comment is very short. You don't say anything other than your eyes. Do you have other symptoms? Pain in your eyes, redness?
PermalinkPermalink 07/16/14 @ 14:53
Jerred

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jerred [Visitor]
Please help! I'm getting freaking worried! Are they just floaters?
PermalinkPermalink 07/02/14 @ 17:49

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
Hi Kurt

Thank you for your comment.
PermalinkPermalink 06/26/14 @ 15:49
ibrahim fofanah

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

ibrahim fofanah [Visitor]
since many year i use to see many tiny thin that use to pass in front of my eyes till now like a bunch of worm, some time my eyes scratch but i dont know which sick is it, please tell me it's treatment. God bless you. [edit to comment - removed email address]
PermalinkPermalink 06/21/14 @ 08:56
Kurt

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Kurt [Visitor]
Jane thank you, i just stumbled on this blog. I share the same symptoms as you and Travis and have been trying to self-diagnose my problem as i am not having much progress with eye doctors. I have received multiple routine eye examinations and a retina scan however nothing was found to be parasitic.

Awhile ago i stumbled upon this news story of a man who had a worm eating his retina. CNN also ended up covering the story. Video shown in link below, just thought i would contribute to the discussion and hope it helps someone.

http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/Laser-Used-To-Remove-Worm-from-Cedar-Rapids-Mans-Eye-103303809.html
PermalinkPermalink 06/20/14 @ 03:06
Monica

In response to: My Own Pictures Of My Sputum/Mucus/Slime And Stringy Stuff Up My Nose

Monica [Visitor]
I too have many of the issues discussed on your excellent site and will post more later. Thanks for giving us a forum for these concerns as western doctors just do not want to know!

I thought you and readers might be interested in something I just found on internet while researching:
'They are also being exploited as pest control.

Hundreds of researchers representing more than forty countries are working to develop nematodes as biological insecticides. Nematodes are sold in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and China for control of insect pests in high-value horticulture, agriculture, home and garden niche markets.'

http://www.ncsu.edu/project/bio402_315/nematodes/nematodes%202.html

This is very worrying... Could this be something to do with morgellons too? Be interested to hear thoughts of others. Thank you.
PermalinkPermalink 06/13/14 @ 02:35

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
I don't see as many as I used to. When staring at a bright background, just peering through the eyes, you see them more clearly. If I have my eyes open, as normal, and move my eyes from side to side, I only tend to see a dark thread-like object cross my vision but when eyes are nearly shut, and I peer through looking at a bright background, that's when I get the best view of them.
PermalinkPermalink 05/29/14 @ 13:34

In response to: I coughed up this (Fri 1st Feb) - Worm?

Jane [Member]
With regards to your sinuses, a neti pot can help too.
PermalinkPermalink 05/29/14 @ 13:29
Julie

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Julie [Visitor]
Ever since I was three, I have complained about being able to see things moving in my eyes. The things I see match up to many descriptions of others who have commented here. I see tiny, stringy things floating in my vision occasionally, with tiny, perfect circles more often. All of the time, though, I see tiny, microscopic dots, like a haze. When I was little, I described it as "seeing the air" because I had no other way to describe the phenomenon. In recent years, though, my vision has gotten worse, changing significantly every six months to where I have to get a new prescription every half a year or so. My eyes have also stated "flickering", where I'm looking at something but then suddenly my eyes quickly dart to the side and back again, like a nervous tick. It does hurt and strains my eyes like I looked to the side too quickly. Does anyone else experience this?
PermalinkPermalink 05/27/14 @ 10:27
Dori Hertzberg

In response to: I coughed up this (Fri 1st Feb) - Worm?

Dori Hertzberg [Visitor]
Thank you for all of your posts. It is so frustrating that doctors look at you like they doubt your sanity regarding this. I too have the white stringy (multiple)ones. I find the best way to loosen them to come up and out is to gargle a small amount of coconut oil, which I also swish in my mouth. I also was experiencing them actually biting in my nasal passages, so I used the oil on q tips in my nose. I find if I ingest the oil in my digestive system, it loosens them from my intestinal tract as well. They multiply and grow like crazy, so this becomes a daily ritual. Using liquid oil of oregano in cooking (very strong) also pushes them through you digestive system. Problem is, how do you totally get rid of them???
PermalinkPermalink 05/24/14 @ 08:35
ocean

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

ocean [Visitor]
I see these worms and they are really an eyesore to live with. my vision is blurred and i get tired easily. but I found a way to manage it. I normally take plenty of water, reduce sugar intake, increase protein and fibre in my diet. but the most important is taking odourless Gaelic with vitamin c tablet every day for as long as you want to control them and reduce all the negative symptoms. it is working for me and I am happier. Try and manage it while looking for a permanent fix.
PermalinkPermalink 04/07/14 @ 21:44
Michael Sheeban

In response to: I Decided To Try Another Herbal Parasite Product and Purchased A Zapper Too

Michael Sheeban [Visitor]
Ive taken a bunch of cleansing products (humaworm, paragone, tinctures, ridset) I prefer RIDSET because its a full body cleanse, Its not has harsh as some of the other products out there while working the best. I always analyze my BM and there were much more expelled on ridset. I continue to take the product 3-4 times a year to make sure any new parasites I contract from just living are killed and my body is free and clear. Has anyone else had the same experience?
PermalinkPermalink 03/14/14 @ 12:09

In response to: I coughed up this (Fri 1st Feb) - Worm?

Jane [Member]
Blood being coughed up should be checked out.
PermalinkPermalink 02/12/14 @ 15:17
Charles Santagati

In response to: I coughed up this (Fri 1st Feb) - Worm?

Charles Santagati [Visitor]
I have coughed up long, dark stringy worm-like blood clots -what are they?
PermalinkPermalink 02/10/14 @ 16:30
jerilyn angus

In response to: I coughed up this (Fri 1st Feb) - Worm?

jerilyn angus [Visitor]
:oh_joy:found this to be very interesting as I have been coughing up worn like stringyness also. thank you for posting.
PermalinkPermalink 01/31/14 @ 00:18
Tammy

In response to: Look What I Coughed Up!

Tammy [Visitor]
Looks like human intestinal rope they can go anywhere almost in the body.
:worm:
Tammy
PermalinkPermalink 12/24/13 @ 11:12

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
My Iodine post was made a few years ago.

I haven't taken Iodine since then.
PermalinkPermalink 12/05/13 @ 14:06
Shahzadah

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Shahzadah [Visitor]
Hi jane mine floaters are the same as u mentioned i see lots of worms transparent and gray type so you take iodine dozes how much time it take for them to reduce of increase iam in a bad situation i checked my eyes and there was nothing serious its okay i dont know what is the cause of it is i was doing lots of pressure sport i dont know why does these floaters formed and it generated one eyer ago i t was not bothersome as it is now but in past few months they increased share your experince in details and by the way how about now still you are seeing floaters or they fade away or gone :)
PermalinkPermalink 11/17/13 @ 02:43
frazierqueen

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

frazierqueen [Visitor]
I was stunned when I found this post. I can't believe what an identical picture you drew of what I see. I went to the eye dr yesterday and he said it's floaters. I too have had the same symptoms. The worst headaches of my life, blurry vision, dull eyes, light sensitivity, itchy on the back of the eye. Allegedly I have migraines caused by vascular constriction and that is what causes the floaters?
PermalinkPermalink 10/31/13 @ 21:45
Dina

In response to: My Appointment With Infectious Disease AND My Results

Dina [Visitor]
OMG, sounded like my recent appointment on friday. Is there some type of IDS script? However, you got further than I did. He told me to go back to my GP and have those test done. It took everything i had to refrain from punching his lights out when he called me delusional. Hes not loosing sleep, itching and burning skin all day/night. things crawling in out of unmentionable places throught my body and scalp. I dont know if your still reading or maintaing this feed, but would sure like an update if you are. Im PRAYING to God that Humaworm will work for me, cause my faith in the medical community has been dashed once again. If it wasnt for my persistance, i wouldnt be here, only took them 6 years to believe me last time. Lets pray that doesnt happen again.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/13 @ 13:05

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Jane [Member]
Hi Barbara

Thank you for your comment. I'm not sure if you've read my whole blog, in its entirety?

I have several posts regarding my case report / micrographs I had done which are in my blog. I will dig out the links and make a new post with the full case report.
PermalinkPermalink 10/16/13 @ 14:31
Barbara

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Barbara [Visitor]
I had something like this back in Feb. I'd gotten a new microscope and when I had to send in a stool sample (routine, because I have GI issues), I looked at it myself (such a geek!)and what I found looked exactly like what is shown in this picture, only a bit more irregular. My test were apparently Ok, so I thought maybe fibers from the pineapple I'd been eating, or a hair (which does look similar under microscope).

Two days ago I discovered my cats had tapeworms. I got them treated immediately and they will have another round of meds in two weeks, but I'm admittedly a little freaked out as they are always in my face, giving me eskimo kisses (never again),and I caught them a few times on the kitchen counter (ugh). I've scoured the house, but keep thinking about these things I saw back then...and how my nose is always itching and congested, and I have intestinal issues. I'm trying to not be overly worrisome about this, but was out here looking at the worms when I ran across this. It doesn't look like anyone has really found out. I may take another shot of a hair and compare..
PermalinkPermalink 10/05/13 @ 00:37
Joel

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Joel [Visitor]
I just passed something very similar.
http://curezone.com/ig/i.asp?i=66983

I am 4 months into antibiotics for certain Bartonella and possible Lyme. I've had some blood and mucus in stool the last ten days and now this...

Freaking OUT!
PermalinkPermalink 09/25/13 @ 17:50

In response to: My Appointment With Infectious Disease AND My Results

Jane [Member]
Hi Judy

You say "Not exactly the answer I was looking for but some what helpful"
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? I'm a bit perplexed by your quote.

Answers?
PermalinkPermalink 09/11/13 @ 13:08

In response to: This Is What I See In My Eyes - Floater, Fibre or Parasites ?

Jane [Member]
Hi Goggsy

I appreciate your comment.

I receive MANY comments with regards to my eye post. The reason I made the post was because, for years, I was experiencing red eyes, pain in the eyes, dark/dull eyes, blurred vision, headaches, dizziness etc., and not only eye symptoms, but many other symptoms too.

People do suffer from floaters and mainly describe them as annoying. But that wasn't the case for me. Floaters are harmless but the eye symptoms I was experiencing was NOT normal.
PermalinkPermalink 09/11/13 @ 12:58
Judy isenberg

In response to: My Appointment With Infectious Disease AND My Results

Judy isenberg [Visitor]
Not exactly the answer I was looking for but some what helpful
PermalinkPermalink 09/11/13 @ 11:02
Mikhail

In response to: What I Passed In My Stool

Mikhail [Visitor]
Those may be female tremodes, very RARE in the states. They do cause you to be very ill.


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Thank you for your comment - but I had to edit it slightly by removing the link - there seemed to be a problem. If you have another link, please post. Thank you.
PermalinkPermalink 09/10/13 @ 22:52