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No, : There is no any scientific evidence leading to or supporting such a hypothesis. ...Read more
Salmonella: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/factsheets/duck_&_goose_from_farm_to_table/index.aspas on any perishable meat, fish or poultry, bacteria can be found on raw or undercooked duck or goose. Bacteria multiply rapidly in the "danger zone, " at temperatures between 40° and 140 °f (out of refrigeration and before thorough cooking occurs). Freezing may limit growth but does not kill bacteria. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on disease: That depends on the type of disease. Primary care doctors may be able to treat most of them. Endocrinologists specialize in autoimmune thyroid disease and type 1 diabetes mellitus. Ophthalmologists specialize in autoimmune eye diseases. Immunologists specialize in diseases from low immune system function. Rheumatologists specialize in systemic diseases due to increased immune system function. Etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Freshwater fish, veg: Clonorchis sinensis (or opisthorchis sinensis), also known as the chinese liver fluke, is endemic in the far east, particularly in china, japan, taiwan, vietnam, and korea; it is also endemic in far eastern russia [1, 2]. F. Hepatica occurs mainly in sheep-rearing areas of temperate climates, particularly in parts of central and south america, europe, china, africa, and the middle east . ...Read more
In 400 characters!: Consider: IBD (Crohn's/Ulcerative colitis), microscopic colitis (collagenous, lymphocytic), IBS, dysmotilities, diverticular diseases, infiltrative processes, polyps, autoimmune, parasites, viral & bacterial infections, drug-induced diseases, ischemic gut, hernias (internal & external), trauma, rupture/perforation, leaky gut, surgical issues/repair, dysbiosis, cancer, appendicitis, lots more. ...Read more
Intestinal ulcers: Without being able to have access to your records and the tests that have been run it is impossible to say what is going on. Intestinal parasites seldom cause ulcerations, and would also have to ask where you have been to get parasites. You must be seeing a gastroenterologist. Have them continue their evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difference: The symptoms are not the issue but the cause is . Type 1 is a lack of insulin. You get ill right away with symptoms of increased appetite, thirst, urination and weight loss. You need Insulin to be replaced. Type 2 is a state of Insulin resistance. These symptoms take much longer to present . Insulin is present but the tissues do not respond as well. This can be handled with oral medication ...Read more
Not Exactly: Type 1 diabetes does have some genetic connection, but not as much as type 2. Research has shown that the iddm 1 gene on chromosome 6 has some correlation, but is not conclusive. Dm 1 is generally see as being caused by exposure to a virus that destroys the beta cells of the pancreas. New research may show more genetic correlation, but there isn't as strong genetic connection as type 2 diabetes. ...Read more
Insulin dependance: In type 1 diabetes, the body's ability to make Insulin has been damaged/destroyed, & you have to have Insulin to live. In type 2, the body becomes resistant to the Insulin you already have, and it is usually controlled with oral medications and diet. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Urinary tract infec?: Citrobacter is a "coliform" bacteria that is often normally present in the intestines -- the same group of bacteria that includes E. coli. Like E. coli, Citrobacter is an occasional cause of urinary tract infection, mostly in women. It could be an occasional cause of prostatitis in men. I'm guessing you had a positive urine test; it should be easily treated. Discuss with your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
What type of parasites cause jaundice? Could a bilirubin blood test detect jaundice caused by a parasite infection?
Many Things: Type 1 diabetes usually starts in youth, up to the early 20's and almost always requires Insulin to treat. Type 2 diabetes, usually starts in middle age, may require Insulin to treat and is often treated with oral medications, but can sometimes be managed by diet, weight loss and exercise, all of which are often important in type 1 diabetes also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Major: Type 1 diabetics are making antibodies against the part of their pancreas that makes Insulin so they no longer can make any Insulin and require Insulin every day. Type 2 diabetics make plenty of Insulin but their bodies can't utilize it. The end result in both (over simplified) is too much blood sugar. ...Read more
Schistosomiasis: The creatures entering, or trying to enter, the skin can produce katayama fever or just a rash. The eggs can cause pipestem cirrhosis of the liver, fibrosis of the bladder which may have squamous cancer supervene, or stroke / paralysis from brain / cord involvement. Embolization of the eggs is the world's commonest cause of "primary" pulmonary hypertension. ...Read more
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