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Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« on: February 27, 2020, 06:39:29 AM »
hey have any of you had fungal or parasite like ring worm like infection around your groin area beacuse i talked to a few people who have the same symptoms of pois and they all have had some kind of infection what about you??

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2020, 05:01:37 PM »
I don?t think I have , however I get great results from having anti parasitic/fungal remedies .. e.g. ovex

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2021, 01:08:27 PM »
Two independant alternative analyses has confirmed that I have parasites. I'm actually planning to start a parasite herbal treatment for two 15 days periods. If it works it works...

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2021, 01:10:28 PM »
 what symptoms

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2021, 03:12:41 PM »
Two independant alternative analyses has confirmed that I have parasites.

Could you please elaborate which kind of analysis it were and what kind of parasites and where they are supposed to be located?
Sounds interesting.

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #5 on: March 10, 2021, 04:49:50 PM »
Naaah, it was just a highly controversial test with a Physiospect frequence machine (though in the more expensive class) and the other was even more weird (for someone who only relies on western medicine) so I rather keep it to myself. However I hope someone would share a generally accepted parasite test, if there is such. Its nonetheless an interesting take on POIS. I dont experience any symptoms of parasites, I dont know how they should manifest. Oh I also did a blood microscopy a year ago and then they also claied to see infections with Borrelia, CWD and Bartonella.

One thing about the Physiospect was interesting though: When my gf had urinary tract pain the machine said she had a parasite in the urinary tract and was recomended a herbal anti-parasitic tea. Only after three days the pain disappeared and left her pain free ever after. The same machine said I had parasites in the canal between the liver and the gall bladder (Peterling + Lamblia intensinalis) and Lamblia intensinalis in the pancreas (and in the intestine) which affected the insuline. I also had Trichomonas vaginalis in the testicles and bacterial infection of Mycoplasma hominis in the walls of the intestines along with Adenoviren, Enterococcus peterling, Epidemophyton Floccosum, Sheehan's syndrome, dyskenesia of the gall bladder, adiposogenetical dystrophy, and Mycosis (a fungal infection and rhinitis). I was deficient of enzymes and niacin (bulls eye on those!). It's a miracle I'm alive! I said, but the therapist calmed by explaining that, althought such infections are not favourable in the long run, they were not uncommon and could easily be treated.

Now I'm recomended dr Huldas anti-parasitic cure with common clove, wormwood and black walnut. I'll give it a shot. Speaking of alternative medicine, today my chineese doctor (everyone has one right? haha) persisted in giving the kidneys the whole blame for my POIS symptoms, specifically low blood pressure, headache, skin issues, varicose veins and low energy (low blood supply in the head and feets). - Oh, but it might be the liver! I said, - No, its not the liver, not the heart, not the brain etcetera, its the kidneys only, the other organs are fine on you (well actually there is some dull pain from the kidney area after POIS) , I can see that on your body signs, he said, and encouraged me to be more frequent with his special chicken bone broth soup with chineeese berries. So I cooked one extra today. I can give the full reciep here if anyone is interested!
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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #6 on: March 11, 2021, 04:59:50 PM »
Yes, I think I have it.

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #7 on: March 11, 2021, 05:14:55 PM »
Have parasites?

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #8 on: March 11, 2021, 05:26:34 PM »
Have parasites?
I think this thread has gone way off topic. OP seems to be asking bout ringworm like infection around groin area and that's what I've been replying to.

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Re: Fungal or Parasite Infection Around Groin Area
« Reply #9 on: March 11, 2021, 05:30:40 PM »
I tried cloves before and they did nothing, from what I've read from other people's experiences online Microbe Formulas detox kits which include Mimosa Pudica seem like the best treatment for clearing out parasites and other nasty stuff in the gut. I've been thinking to try it out for some time now.

I picked up a chronic infection three years ago when i went travelling for a few months in Mexico, it still hasn't gone.