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Re: The obvious problem....
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Published: 7 years ago
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Re: The obvious problem....

They THINK they see parasites in their stools, but most people here seem unable to get it confirmed. I've been saying this for awhile now, if the parasites are so visible in the toilet amongst all the muck, how logical is it that trained professional doctors and lab techs with microscopes are unable to find parasites?

I've agreed parasites can cause malnutrition, but I'm arguing that infestation would be so large that no doctor could miss it. I'm suggesting that a lot of people who think they have such as bad case of parasites that it's causing them to be malnourished are most like malnourished from under-eating and it's the under-eating that's causing them to be malnourished and developed side-effects of itchy skin, or tingling sensations which people are mistaking for parasites because most of the symptoms those parasite selling supplement websites list are the same as malnutrition and people are simply blaming the wrong thing as the cause.

I'm glad you're getting confirmation from legit sources that you have parasites, but if they are confirmed and the doctors know what you have, why are you still struggling with these parasites? The doctors should know which meds to prescribe for the specific parasites and you should be getting over them. Did the doctors say the parasites you tested positive for are particularly hard to eradicate?

If I don't help look out for people here, who will? I was misdiagnosed with what I thought I had. Do you think I'm the only one here who's been misdiagnosed?

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