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Usually nothing: In most people, b. Hominis is a commensal, not requiring treatment. ...Read more
What can you do to get rid of Blastocystis Hominis? Does Apple Cider Vinegar Help? And is it Dangerous?
On day 6 of 7 day regimen (500 mg, 3x) of metronidazole for e-coli o157:h7 and blastocystis hominis. Slight nausea. But anxiety too - side-effect?
I want to know about my test,
parasitology,test stool=blastocystis hominis few
heaceck too much?
Tests: TSH or thyroid stimulating hormone is normal range 0.5 to 4.5 Lymphocyte at 45% is mildly above normal range of 40% Helicobacter pylori 14.4 is normal (above 40 is of concern), and blastocytosis hominis is a type of protazoa seen in the stool It is seen in many people who have no symptoms. Its cause of pathology if any has not been clearly established. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blastocystis H.: This parasite used to be thought to not cause disease. But, this turned out to not be true. Now a days significant symptoms may affect the infected human. There are good medical treatments for blastocystis hominis. I would wish you luck in finding an expert who is up to date on this infection. ...Read more
Could untreated blastocystis cause poor health and sport performance my 15 year old daughter has tested positive for the above parasite after returning from a sporting trip to indonesia in february. She was ill on return from indonesia was examined by our
I was diagnosed with blastocystis and tegular doc says nothing is needed to be done but i have diarrhea, soft stool, had night shivers and joint ache?
Blastocystis hominis: Certain subtypes of blastocystis may cause symptomatic infection, or may do this when combined with other infections. In some cases, blastocystis simply resides in the digestive tract without causing harm. There are no proven treatments for blastocystosis, and the infection usually clears up on its own. However, if signs and symptoms don't improve, your doctor may recommend trying medications. ...Read more
No need, no worries: Mycoplasma hominis is an entirely normal bacteria in the genital tract, present commonly in entirely healthy people. There is almost never a good reason to test for it and no need for treatment, including the sex partners of people with positive tests. If you or a partner has the STD nongonococcal urethritis (NGU), MH is not the cause, but it still needs treatment -- also his sex partner(s). ...Read more
Check with your doc: It depends all underlying reasons and comorbidities. Check with your doc. ...Read more
Blastocysctis: Yes. You don't want it. Let's do 2nd opinion and discuss more, ...Read more
1-2 days : Mycoplasma hominis is part of normal genital flora of many sexually experienced men & women. Conditions permitting, it can infect various parts of the body, but most commonly encountered in genitorunary infections. It commonly goes hand-in-hand with other gu infections (e.g. Chlamydia). Symptoms of gu infection usually start within 1-2 day & treated until all clinical signs of infection subside. ...Read more
Similar: Mycoplasma hominis and Ureaplasm urealyticum are both small bacteria called Mycoplasma and are common urogenital pathogens, frequently passed through sexual contact. the treatment is the same, treated with Azithromycin or erythromycin. Doxycycline is another option. flouroquinolones such as Levaquin (levofloxacin) are secondary options. ...Read more
Mycoplasma: Mycoplasma hominis primarily infects the genital tract, although infections of other organs such as the lungs and heart have been described. Mycoplasma hominis can also be transmitted to neonate during birth and may cause systemic infections. The mycoplasma that affects the lungs most often is mycoplasma pneumoniae. It doesn't live on the skin surface. ...Read more
Can you test positive for m. Hominis vaginally, but not have it cause vulvovaginitis? Is it possible for it to stay dormant?
Certainly : M. Hominis is very commonly found in the genital flora of sexually experienced males and females. It can cause an infection by itself, but much rarer as compared to other infections. When it does cause an infection it usually does so in the presence of another more virulent infection. ...Read more