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Long Term Effects Of Parasites In Bowels
Would any body be able to explain to me the long term effects of bowel surgery no stoma currently 3 weeks after op still painful Thankyou?
Parasites require other living organisms for their own survival. Human parasites need substances from our bodies for survival and cannot live without contact with humans and sometimes other organisms.. They may live in the blood stream, organs. Under the skin or nails, etc. Some parasites live in our pets, in insects, on plants, etc., but none live independent of whatever ...Read more
Since I had bowel surgery I've found out it was sceptic hence why I spent so long in the itu are there any long term effects doc didn't explain well?
I've been having gas about everyday since I been on nexuim other day had like a white long string on bowels could it be parasite or gallbladder?
Unlikely: It is unlikely you have a parasite - often changes in texture, consistency, smell, etc is related to dietary changes. Some people react to drugs differently - you could try stopping the Nexium for a few days if okay with your doctor and see if resolves. ...Read more
Dear Dr. What should I do? I have a number of different parasites in my eyes, ears, sinuses and bowels after I began a cleanse. My Dr says DOP. NO.
Please clarify: I don't know what you mean by "DOP". Please re-ask and clarify further. What country do you reside in?Thank you. ...Read more
Which parasites: are you referring to?Get a more detailed answer ›
Can a tapeworm cause a partial bowel obstruction. How could I have this diagnosed (please don't say fecal ova/parasite test). Will xray catch this?
I occasional have 3 bowel movements a day, not much comes out each time. Multiple Blood, stool test NEG ibd, parasite etc. More likely ibs?
Possibly IBS.: These symptoms don't sound worrisome, unless this is a distinct change your bowel habits. For it to be IBS, the symptoms would have to persist for six months or longer. If the change in your bowel habits persists, or if you see any blood in your stool, or if you have unexplained weight loss, I would contact your doctor immediately. Otherwise, I would recommend a high-fiber diet. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Lithium: Major long term concerns with lithium are chronic kidney failure (uncommon), and thyroid issues, can cause low thyroid. It can interact with Motrin and nsaids, coffee, some blood pressure meds can lead to lithium toxicity and increase risk of morbidity and mortality. Needs careful clinical and lab monitoring. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Acute infection : From a bacteria is the most concerning. Rabies and other viral infections are rare. The infection can progress rapidly and spread deep at site of the bite or systemically. Early antibiotics are usually recommended. It also depends where you were bitten (nerve, artery, organ damage). Ptsd, phobias, and physical scarring are others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Scars are permanent. Also the embarrassment at having to explain those scars can last a long time. Accidentally harming yourself more than you intended is a huge risk too. Please talk to somebody about other ways to cope. Your family doc can make sure that there is nothing physically wrong with you and then help route you to the best people in your area to help with this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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