Symptoms that may indicate intestinal parasites

"Impaired stool with no apparent external cause is the most common sign that parasites may enter the body."

Abdominal pain, changes in appetite

Intestinal parasites penetrate the body in a variety of ways. Unfortunately, there is no definite characteristic symptom that accurately indicates parasitic infection. However, if any alarming negative symptoms appear, you should take tests and undergo consultation with a doctor.

Sometimes when infected with worms, the patient suffers a dry cough, not removed by cough drugs. To exclude parasitic infection, you should undergo examinations, take tests and accurately determine the cause of the malaise.

All parasite drugs should be taken strictly according to the instructions and do not exceed the dosage! You can book and buy the right medicine in the pharmacies of Stolichka at an affordable price.

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This blog is not designed to provide diagnosis, treatment and medical advice. The information on this unit is provided for information purposes only. Please consult your doctor about any medical and health-related diagnoses and treatments. Information on this blog should not be considered as a substitute for consultation with a doctor.

Most often, people who travel to countries where the disease is widespread get malaria. Malaria is transmitted from a sick person to a healthy one by bloodsucking female mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles. The incubation period after the bite of the infected mosquito can be from 14 days to 1.5 years. Malaria infection is possible with blood transfusions and in utero, when a woman with malaria infects her future child. Once in the human body, parasites circulate in the blood, and then enter the liver, in the cells of which they develop.

Disease prevention is used when visiting malaria-disadvantaged regions. The basis of prevention is the use of antimalarials, which are taken a week before departure and continue the entire period of stay in malaria-deprived regions and another month after return. Antimalarial drugs should be prescribed by a doctor. Within three years of being in a malaria-stricken country, if the temperature rises, it is recommended that a doctor be warned to stay in an endemic country, in order to conduct laboratory blood tests and establish an early diagnosis.