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Clearly you have done No research on this. The worms used re supposed to stay in you for 5 years to 10 years depending on the type. The quantity dispensed is at such a low level that the world health organization does not suggest treatment even if you got them not on purpose.
I just got diagnosed too- a little over a month ago. I had migranes with auras too- for about five years. I'm lucky I guess because there's more awareness now about celiac so I only had severe problems for 4 months or so before I got diagnosed. Auto immune stuff runs in my family too- I'm really worried with this diagnosis because MS runs in my family. I really scares me. I'm 21. All my friends and family think I'm a hypochondriac now and its really hard because now I feel like I can't really talk to anyone. I also think I'm allergic to raw onions and I feel like I can't tell people I don't want to eat them because that will add to the hypochondriac fire.
I would suggest taking probiotics and eating tons of vitamin C while you heal. I'm also having trouble being a hundred per cent at not eating gluten- I accidentally get poisoned a lot.