Adult Roundworms & Giardia congracted 9 yrs agoSo basically, to summarize, I got sick 10 years ago after traveling to ecuador.. A holistic MD diagnosed me withwith roundworm and giardia using a voll type computer diagnostic assessment. Not diagnosed until 9 years later.. Herbs don't resolve it or worm meds. looking for advice on which remedy to take. Feel anxious, irritable physically, thirsty, hungry, low back ache relieved by defecation. Stiffness and restlessness. Recent stomach upset and flu like symptoms came on after eating pork- diarrhea alternating with constipation won't resolve. Generally very healthy eater, light on meat, no processed foods, no wheat or corn, lots of fresh veggies. Exercise several times a week, yoga and cardio. Recently had some improvements with acupuncture and guided imagery but my system is acting up again and acupuncture and chinese herbs not helping currently. I've stopped those for now. Still feel I have the worms. Feel like a battle is going on inside my belly. Much aching in back and abdomen. Feel manic and restless, and generally unwell. Trying 30C Cina 2 times per day for three days. And then 200 C if it feels like I'm improving. My questions is, what if I still feel restless and irritable while I'm on the Cina? Is that normal? Is there any clarity as to whether Cina is a good remedy for me? I could also try the Cuprum Oxydatum Nigrum alternated with Nux Vomica as suggested for other threads if this doesn't helm me improve. Does that seem like a reasonable course? Other suggestions?Thank so much for any assistance you can provide.
[message edited by samiami on Mon, 12 Mar 2012 18:10:56 GMT]
samiami on 2012-03-12
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