As of 930 pm Lizzy has been very playful but she has started to grunt and scream more. Did not give her any sleep aids. Let’s see what happens. Her feet were very sensitive when I was rubbing garlic and olive oil on them. She is pushing on her abdomen again, clawing at our leather couch and picking her nose. The parasites are still there. She received her second dose of Vermox 100mg so maybe it will get to work on them again.
Today I feel that this medication is not going to be enough. Will address it in two weeks when we meet with Dori Vallis ND. In the meantime will research more and look into the Japanese Red Pine Oil. This is used to help parasites of all kinds. I am very anxious to restart CEASE therapy but I feel we need to nip this while it is presenting itself.
One note on the parasites is eating organic food leaves one more vulnerable to the parasites. No pesticides right. Well that can have a down side too. Purchased some fruit and vegetable wash to help combat the problem. It is made with water and citric acid. The label did not say it would help with parasites but at least we are covering the other things that are found on fruits and vegetables like soil, dirt and wax.
Lizzy loves to eat oranges, clementines any kind of orange. She eats the entire thing. Not every time but sometimes. So in my typical style I wondered why. My guess she is filling a need that she has, be it taste or just instinct it is a good thing in her mind. Having said that. According to juicing for health .com
Oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C and flavonoids. One orange (130 grams) supplies nearly 100 percent of the recommended daily dietary intake of vitamin C.
When you eat a whole orange, it provides good dietary fiber. Leave in the albedo (the white matter under the peel) as much as possible as the albedo contains the highest amount of valuable bioflavonoids and other anti-cancer agents.
In addition, oranges are a good source of vitamin A, the B vitamins, amino acids, beta-carotene, pectin, potassium, folic acid, calcium, iodine, phosphorus, sodium, zinc, manganese, chlorine and iron.
Makes good sense to me but don’t forget one can not eat too many. Moderation is key in everything. So next time Lizzy has an orange I won’t stop her from eating the entire thing. I used to.
Lizzy woke up around 430am because she had wet her bed. Bedwetting is also very typical of parasitical infection. I remember there was a time a few months ago when she wet her bed every night. What kind of pull ups was I buying? Now I believe that it was not the pull up that had changed it was the parasites. Now that she has had her second dose of Vermox I guess that the bedwetting will stop within a few days. Time will tell.
Lizzy was pretty good today but she was pushing her little sister Katie and being more territorial with the tv and toys. This had happened before so what brought it on? Parasites? Could be. One becomes irritable, less tolerant and just out of sorts. Could be a reaction to the Vermox also. We are all out of sorts from this medication, I hope it is worth the trouble.
As the day progressed she became hyper again and was jumping up and down off and on. Again, what brought it on this time? There is not a full moon. (Parasites eggs hatch during a full moon.) But I know, I have been feeling out of sorts. Gassy, bloated and feeling just full. Very typical of parasitical infection. I believe this is why the Nux Vomica helped her. Nux is great for stomach upsets so I think that is why she slept better. Am not going to administer any sleep aids tonight so let’s see what happens.
Parasites, parasites can not get them out of my head. They can literally be in a persons head. What a beautiful visual that conjuers up.
Like myself, so many people do not like to think that they may be infected. They think that it means that one is dirty or negligent. That is a possibility for some. I know that we are neither, so onward and upward we go. Millions of people are infected with parasites and are misdiagnosed. Will get into greater detailat a later date. Feel the need to consider all possibilities when recovering Lizzy not to mention the entire family. I will keep pursuing this avenue until it is rectified.
The more I learn about these silent disturbers the more I want to learn. Will attempt to contact a parasatologist in my area. Am not sure if one is nearby. There must be someone somewhere on the eastcoast. Most physicians have very basic training with parasites so I need to find a physician that was trained in a region that is inundated with this on a daily basis. This type of person will be the one that will help us to decipher which parasite or parasites have invaded Lizzy’s body.
After baths, snacks and teeth brushing Lizzy, Katie and Matthew are off to bed. Time to get Howard to sleep so I do more research. Through God’s grace we will have more advances tomorrow.
Sweet dreams to all and strength for another day of recovery.