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Do I Have Parasites?
29 Dec. 2015

signs of having parasitesParasites or nasty little organisms that live in the intestines can be very dangerous because they feed off human cells and tissues and produce toxic waste. Parasites can easily get into the body through contaminated food, water or contact with infected feces through contaminated soil. They can also affect the human body through poor hygiene and sanitation, weak immunity and handling animals. Once a person is infected with parasites, he becomes contagious and can easily pass it to other people.

Today medical science is aware of around 250 types of parasites living in the human bodies and successfully developing there. Some do cause problems, but others can live for long periods without causing symptoms. The problem is that because there are so many types of parasites they can cause a wide range of symptoms, among which only a few are digestive in nature. That’s why if you’ve tried various treatments from online pharmacy to relieve your symptoms without success, the hidden cause of many unresolved health issues can be the intestinal parasites.

When the parasitic infection is acute, an individual can experience abdominal distress in varying degrees, including diarrhea, burning sensation and fluid loss. When the infection moves from the acute to chronic stage, an individual may experience constipation, bloating, cramps and sudden urges to eliminate. When left untreated, the problem continues to manifest through sleep disorders, acute itching of the body, skin sensitivity, irritable bowel syndrome, depression and anxiety.

The symptoms that may indicate you are having parasites are:

• Loss of appetite or excessive food cravings
• Chronic stomach problems, including abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, bloating and gas
• Fatigue
• Weight loss
• Skin problems, including itching, hives, rashes, eczema and other forms of allergy
• Bruxism – teeth grinding, gnashing and clenching in sleep
• Sleep disorders
• Depression and anxiety
• Autoimmune disorders, including reactive arthritis and irritable bowel syndrome
• Anemia and iron deficiency
• Immune disorders with a number of various bacterial, viral and fungal infections
• Joint or muscle pains
• Bloody stools.

If you suspect you have parasites, you may want to consider a parasite cleanse. First it is necessary to do a stool test to confirm you have intestinal parasites, then to get rid of them through the use of prescription medication that is so far the most effective against parasites.

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