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Nearing month 6. Comparison photos and observations.

Hi everyone.

I’m six months* into this worm business and now I’m here to show you some actual results. So basically, I’m here to back my shit up with photographic evidence!

As I mentioned in my last post, my skin is roughly 99% clear. I have a few small areas on my hands that are dry and itchy. I’ll take it.

That’s the funny thing with those of us who suffer (have suffered) from skin issues. We have the physical marks to show you that we’ve healed. We can show you before and after shots without much difficulty.

I won’t keep babbling on. I’ll preach more after I post the photos.

Top left: before of chest. Top right: after of chest. Bottom left: before of hand. Bottom right: after of hand.
Top left: before of chest.
Top right: after of chest.
Bottom left: before of hand.
Bottom right: after of hand.
Top left: before, arm. Top right: after, arm. Bottom left: before, arm. Bottom right: after, arm.
Top left: before, arm.
Top right: after, arm.
Bottom left: before, arm.
Bottom right: after, arm.

And there you have it.

I just want to sort of leave you with these photos without too much celebratory hoopla.

I know some of you will still doubt these results. I know some of you will think “Well, gee. This is just a fluke.” Or, “Well, uh, maybe her skin just cleared up on its own.” Or “placebo effect…” Or any number of speculations. And I’ll say this: That’s fine. I’m so very glad that my mind is open enough to have tried this therapy. I’m so very glad that I am who I am and that I’m not afraid to be adventurous and also not afraid to go against what a doctor would advise. I’m so very glad that I decided to not sit around and stay miserably itchy and sore day after day because I was afraid of a few worms. I’m so very glad that I didn’t wait for a drug that would never come or a doctor that would never listen.

Given the choice between chronic hives and parasites, I’d take the parasites in a heartbeat.

* Please note that while my results thus far are pretty wonderful, they are not typical. My provider has reported that it is very clear that at least 50% of those who try helminthic therapy will not see results before the 6 month mark. Most will not respond until after 6 months and some could take up to 2 years to see any results. While some hosts will see a sudden change, others will not. Some will experience such gradual changes that they will not even notice benefits. Persistence is required and you must fully commit to the therapy for two years to really know if it’s working or not. I myself still have room for improvement, of course. 

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