>Hi everyone! I am a 20 year old female. I have posted a few times on here (if you want a detailed background please go back to my first post.) I have been having problems for about 8 years chronic diarrhea (everyday), eczema, angular chelitis (dry, red, chapped lips), abdominal cramping, and the list goes on. This past March I
Since you are having chronic diarrhea every day, you could have a protozoa like entamoeba histolytica and/or giardia etc... Protozoa can cause the mucous that you are seeing. IIRC, you can also get skin rashes with EH (entamoeba histolytica) as a side effect. Yeast infections could be due to your immune system having to fight a protozoa.
Where do you live? Are you in USA? If you are, you should go to NY and test with Kevin Cahill. He may not be the warmest Dr but he is a humanitarian and practises one of the best methods for testing protozoa in USA. If you are not in USA you might want to travel to see him in NY or maybe travel to Brazil and test at Labion and Clinica Aloysio de Carvalho in Rio de Janeiro which are also great labs.
I have tested at many labs and they have given me useless false negatives. Those are the only 3 labs that have worked for me.
>really tried to find answers. I went on a gluten-free and dairy-free diet which improved my symptoms and I also tried to cut out most processed foods. I also met someone who introduced me to Liver Flushing (Moritz version.) I have completed 6 liver flushes
Some protozoa are very hard to kill if you happen to have it... I don't know of any reliable natural cure for protozoa.
You might want to try to find out what you have before you do more treatments because it could make your situation worse and if you have parasites they could become stronger and more resistant to medication.
Let me know if/when you get tested.
All the best
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