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Parasitic diseases. Other roundworms. Trichuris, hookworm, and Strongyloides
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Parasitic diseases. Other roundworms. Trichuris, hookworm, and Strongyloides

I thought it interesting how the article mentions finding the parasites in mental patients and prison inmates. HMMMM Cause and effect? And probably MISDIAGNOSIS of delusional parasitosis!

"Strongyloides is fairly common in rural areas of the southeastern United States and may be seen in the urban setting among inmates of mental institutions, prisons, and in immigrants who formerly resided in endemic tropical regions. Because of its remarkable capacity for dissemination of larvae throughout the body, this parasite is now recognized as a serious problem for the patient who is immunocompromised."

I have microscopic evidence that suggests the presence of trichostrongylus. From a single "thread" that sprouted from a T shirt there's what appears to be several worms, and in particular the Anterior end of Trichostronglyus species. Excretory notch and all...

None of my stool tests over the past decade has EVER shown positive for parasites, yet this and I also have MRI and CAT scan showing old Tapeworm cysts in my brain. A Neurosurgeon told me that having these were like having a birthmark on the back of my hand... Did he mean I was born with them ?...



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