This page contains actual pictures of parasites excreted by our family of four. Some were excreted by kids, some by adults. Some came out with enemas alone, others required medications.
We have excreted about 50 worms and about 1000 flukes. This approximate ‘count’ is from the parasites we could visually see in the stool, urine, or coughed up from the lungs. The stool pictures are from both enemas and parasite medications. The urine and lung parasite excretions only happened after medications.
The pictures on this page are our most photogenic parasites – the pictures where you really get a good sense of what they look like. More information about how we got these creatures out can be found in the Parasites in Humans section.
For those who like to skip around, there are worm and fluke pictures. Unfortunately protozoan parasites cannot be seen in the stool.
We were able to get several big, large worms out with enemas. The 4-year-old put out a baseball size tapeworm. Unfortunately the pictures of this white worm in a white toilet aren’t very good. I wasn’t yet at the point of fishing worms out of the toilet. So, unfortunately I don’t have any tapeworm pictures.
Most of our large, whole worms we got out with enemas.
That’s right – we made excreting worms fun and normal by having a family contest! Often the 4-year-old could tell us verbally before a worm came out…
After starting worm medications, we saw lots of worm pieces too.
Cleansing Liver Flukes was one of the best things I have ever done for my health. Welcome more energy, better vision, better moods, warmer extremeties, no more night drooling, no more teeth, no more nail biting! Many of the parasite symptoms our family experienced we had no idea were due to parasites.
Unfortunately I never, ever saw a liver fluke until starting the prescription medication Praziquantel. I spent 5 years trying every herbal, homeopathic and holistic treatment I could find. Flukes are one beast where even with long, large doses of praziquantel they can be hard to kill.
Liver flukes are yellow or cream in color. They are about the size of a kernel of corn. The consistency of liver flukes is like jello. How do I know? I fished them out onto a paper plate with my plastic spoon. We have never excreted any live flukes, only dead ones.
More information about how we got these creatures out can be found in the Parasites in Humans section.
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