What My Analyst Said About The Nematode
Here is a post I did some time ago regarding a large Nematode which was grown in culture from my stool sample. See previous post, here.
I want to write about what the analyst said about the worm grown in culture (see micrograph below). The analyst explains in my notes what was tried and tested on the nematode in order to try and kill it. (The worm grown in culture that is). I think when the analyst says ‘grown in culture’ I think this means that he takes the sample(s) and allows them to incubate; in time as they grow he can see what is what in each of the cultures. That’s my understanding of it anyway.
“The Nematode seemed like an adult and it displayed several appendages or appendage-like structures.”
The analyst elaborated more on the micrographs and asked very relevant questions which I could relate to. “Topmost from the notes you can see that AT LEAST one large Nematode was grown off your samples, meaning that you should be infested by AT LEAST one kind of Nematode. The micrographs seem to suggest that you may be Infested by AT LEAST more than two different species of Nematodes.”
As I’ve mentioned in a previous post, the analyst says “the Nematode seemed to me like a kind I’ve observed before in DOGS which immediately would prompt me to ask myself the question “Are there dogs in the household [your household of course]?".."Cats?".."Birds?".."Pets..?".
I was stunned when the analyst asked these questions. Very pertinent questions indeed. I don’t own a dog, I never have, but I knew exactly where he was coming from. I don’t have a cat, birds or any pet of any nature. I could only relate to the dog question. And I knew instantly where I perhaps had picked up this infection. NO question about it.
The analyst said “the Nematode appeared resistant in-vitro to ‘human-tolerable’ [therapeutic] levels of Albendazole, Mebendazole, Aminosidne and/or their combinations. It was dramatically susceptible to [was killed ‘quickly’ by] test compound.” The analyst then went on to say that “no tests could be performed in-vivo for obvious reasons, and in-vivo results could vary greatly from those currently obtained.”
I had previously been prescribed Albendazole and Mebendazole through a practitioner I was seeing in the very early days of my illess. It was the Kinesiologist Practitioner I was seeing at the time. He thought the worm problem was down to Ascaris. This perhaps explains why the drugs did not work for me back then. Perhaps the worms were resistant to them?? The dosage wasn’t right?? The length of time I was prescribed the drugs wasn’t long enough?? I’m not entirely sure but my thoughts lie with all three of these theories. Not only that, I had more than just worms to contend with.
With regards to the test compound the analyst used to kill the worm (grown in culture), I’m unsure as to what this consists of but, nevertheless, whatever the compound was made up of it certainly killed it.
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