Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Parasite Protocol Round 1 : Day 8

Very small 'fry' today...

Saw a very distinct white "vein" running through this one. When I lifted it with a fork, it didn't break,
the central white vein held it together

Another closer look of the white vein-y one

It's been a while since I wrote in this blog but I have been so busy.  I have been poop-diving for quite a while now, started about a week before April's Parasite Protocol.  Getting to be more confident about differentiating between biofilm (translucent, clear, film-like gel), mucus (breaks up in water) and worm pieces (looks like layers of opaque tissue, when lifted with work it intertwines around itself like a rope).

Kerri says that the outer skin of the worm is usually totally digested by the time these worms are expelled and what we see, that rope-like, intertwined tissue are its intestines, the insides of the worm.

Update: Today's "catch" seemed small because Jojo went to the toilet about an hour after the enema and expelled some more worms.  They all went down to the toilet, literally, no toilet 'hat' to collect them as he wasn't with me but downstairs with the maid. She said she saw lots of the "white stuff" in the toilet bowl ~ the 'stuff' you see in the pics here.