Uterine Pain

Endometriosis

Many a woman’s dreams have been shattered by her inability to have a child. Endometriosis is often the cause. It starts with painful cramps at period times. They get worse and worse until pain killers are necessary just to get out of bed and move about the house. There are flukes in the uterus! Large intestinal flukes in a rather small organ! Did they migrate to the uterus from the intestine or did they develop there from eggs?

Sometimes sheep liver fluke is seen there. Once an avenue to the uterus is established, numerous other parasites move in the same direction: Clonorchis, the human liver fluke and even Eurytrema, the pancreatic fluke, can invade the uterus wall. Why have they taken up so abnormal a living place? Because the uterus has solvents in it! This is the green light for flukes. This disarms your organs so they are left helpless against fluke stages left there by the blood and lymph. Stop eating solvent-polluted foods. There are solvents in all cold cereals. Make cooked cereal. There are solvents in purchased drinking water. Drink from your cold kitchen faucet. There are solvents in grocery store bread, grocery baked goods and cholesterol-reduced foods. Eat none of these. Buy baked goods and bread at your local bakery. Stay away from “low cholesterol” foods. There are solvents in decaffeinated and other powdered mixes for beverages. Drink nothing except milk from the grocery store (sterilize it). Milk does not have solvent pollution. The hormones, antibiotics and udder wash can be tolerated—solvents cannot.

Beverages and powdered mixtures sold at health food stores are no exception. Use no powdered mixture intended for weight loss or weight gain, nor vitality supports, nor dietary supplements. They are all polluted. Some solvents (I often see methyl ethyl ketone and methyl butyl ketone) choose the uterus to accumulate in. This sets the stage for endometriosis and fertility problems. Where there are large parasites, smaller ones soon
crowd in. All bring their own bacteria and viruses. Gardnerella, especially, is found in cases of endometriosis, ovarian cysts and menstrual problems. The flukes evidently travel from the uterus to other parts of your body cavity, distributing bits of the uterine lining as they go. Once this distribution has occurred, can the bleeding (regular menstrual bleeding) at these extra sites ever be stopped?

It stops immediately when the flukes are dead!

Your body knows how to clean up after dead flukes and does the job perfectly. You can be free of pain in time for your next period. Zap to kill the four common flukes, Gardnerella, all other common parasites, and urinary tract bacteria (common ones include Proteus, Salmonella, Campylobacter, Chlamydia, Trichomonas). Avoid reinfection by avoiding solvents! It is impossible not to pick up parasites. If your uterus has solvent in it, they will find their way to it in a day. Without solvent, they will not.

The solvents will leave by themselves. Help your body get rid of them with vitamin C and B2 (3 grams and 300 mg. respectively, daily, see Sources).

To heal the uterus so it no longer attracts parasites, clear up its internal pollution besides solvents. This means mainly the dental metal that has piled up and environmental toxins such as asbestos, arsenic, fiberglass, and formaldehyde. Gold and silver are especially attracted to the uterus. Don’t wear gold rings or
any metal jewelry touching your skin anymore, and, of course, get all metal out of your teeth. Never try to get pregnant before you have cleared up endometriosis.

The advice given by obstetricians to get pregnant to solve your pain problem is most unwise. Indeed, pregnancy changes your body’s metabolism and without periods you get pain relief. But it seems much too risky to grow a baby in an infested, polluted uterus. Fear of birth defects is an intelligent fear. Be careful not to get pregnant while you are killing parasites and getting mercury removed from your teeth.

Healing starts as soon as all the parasites and pollutants are gone.

Joanne Biro, age 22, had severe cramping pain with her periods, diagnosed as endometriosis. She had adult intestinal flukes and the cercaria stage in her uterus. She had a xylene (solvent) buildup in both her brain (cerebrum and cerebellum) and uterus. She was started on the herbal parasite program following the kidney cleanse. Her next period was pain free. A check up showed she was free of flukes but had thallium in her immune system. Dental cleanup was next on her agenda.

Denise Leyva, 22, was on birth control pills to control the growth of endometrial tissue. She had laser surgery previously. She had hexanedione and methyl butyl ketone buildup in her uterus supporting
the intestinal fluke and its eggs in the uterus. There were also some sheep liver flukes and human liver fluke stages there! She was advised to stop eating cold cereals and commercial beverages and kill the parasites immediately. She had no recurrence.

Anita Pierce, age 32, had numerous surgeries for her endometriosis. She also had chronic fatigue syndrome, and several allergies. She had two beautiful poodles in her home. She could not part with
them so she gave them the pet parasite herbs faithfully. She had intestinal flukes, tapeworm stages, Ascaris and various other flukes in the uterus. She had all her dental metal removed and home detoxified. Her body was teeming with Nocardia and Epstein Barre Virus (EBV). In spite of repeatedly killing the flukes and bacteria with a frequency generator and making herculean efforts she was no better off eight months later. She was unable to solve the problem of reinfection from her dogs.

Christine Solton, age 27, had extremely heavy and painful periods and didn’t stop bleeding between periods. A large cyst had been seen by X-ray in the uterine wall. She also had constant bladder pain. Both problems kept her in the bathroom most of the time (90 visits/ day). She had the intestinal fluke in her uterus (probable cause of cyst) and Schistosoma haematobium (bladder parasite) throughout her body. She was started on the parasite program and in one week her bladder pain was under control but bleeding (from the cyst in uterine wall) continued. Schistosomes are very contagious, probably even from toilet seats and the house dust of an infected person. She had them again three weeks later. This time she zapped them and got instant relief. Her bladder and uterus were both full of propyl alcohol, tooth metal, fluoride, cobalt, zirconium, aluminum, antimony, cadmium, and formaldehyde. She was delighted, though, to understand her problem and made the dental appointment.

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