Hi and welcome to HW! I think that would depend on the severity of my asthma. I don't have asthma but I think that if it totally affected my quality of life and I couldn't breathe no matter what I did, I would consider it. Though it is kind of creepy isn't it?? Now for his other theory about hookworms treating IBD's I would have to say a loud NO to that. People with IBD's have a hard enough time retaining nutrition, why would they want to compete for it with a worm?? His theories sound good but in reality I don't know.....it's one of those iffy things.
Uc since 1992 - Meds - Colazal, Colocort, Biotin, Coral Calcium
Secondary Raynauds Syndrome since 2004
Fibromyalgia since 2006
Co-mod for Ulcerative Colitis
Moderator for Allergies/Asthma
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