Yes, critters can be living inside you, causing havoc and many of your symptoms. In fact, it has been reported that “99% of us will have a problem with parasites in our lifetime.”
However, sometimes it can be difficult to know that we have parasites because the symptoms of an infestation can resemble other common conditions.
A study out of the University of Maryland stated, “Parasites can live within the intestines for years without causing any symptoms.” This is why many of us have parasites without even knowing it.
So how can you tell if you have parasites?
Below is a checklist of the common symptoms. Answer yes or no to each question. Even if you only have the symptom sometimes, mark the answer yes.
Later on, I’ll show you the natural solution to parasites so you can start fighting these creepy critters, naturally.
Do You Have Parasites Inside You?
1. Do you experience fever and night sweats from time to time?
2. Are there times you experience diarrhea even though you didn’t eat something different or go to a new restaurant?
3. Do you ever get abdominal cramps, including some that are severe?
4.Have you ever noticed that your overall health or your symptoms are worse at the full moon when parasites breed faster?
5. Do you get a lot of headaches?
6. Is there a sore on your skin that won’t go away, or is worsening?
7. Have you ever seen anything crawl out of an open wound you have?
8. Do you have greasy stools that float to the top of the toilet?
9. When you have a bowel movement, do you ever notice odd things in the toilet, such as little specks or flecks? (These could be eggs.)
10. When you have a bowel movement, do you ever notice odd stringy things in the toilet when you didn’t eat anything stringy in nature?
11. Have you ever eaten sushi and felt kind of odd within a day or two, or maybe had some digestive upsets afterward?
12. When you have a bowel movement, did odd things come out such as slimy small circular things?
13. Do you ever feel things moving inside you?
14. Do you get muscle aches and pains without working out?
15. Have you been diagnosed with fatigue, chronic fatigue, or do you feel as if you have either of these?
16. Are there times when your mind is not clear and you feel a fog over your brain?
17. Do you ever hear guttural sounds coming from your intestines?
18. Have you been told your white blood cell or red blood cell count is too low, and the doctor could find no cause?
19. When you examined your stool, did you ever find something that looked as if it had two eyes and a mouth?
20. Have you lost weight without trying?
21. Have you been told your liver or spleen is enlarged?
22. Has your doctor seen ‘holes’ in your brain on X-rays of your head?
23. Has your leg or foot swollen up?
24. Have you suddenly developed paralysis for no reason after traveling to another country?
25. Do you suffer from rectal prolapse?
26. Have you experienced fever and chills after visiting a tropical country where malaria is present?
27. Do you have mysterious bumps or lumps on your skin?
The greater the number of Yes answers you have to the above questions, the greater your chance of having parasites. However, parasite symptoms can mimic many other disorders; thus, you need a diagnosis from a qualified health practitioner if you suspect you might be suffering from parasites.
What The Doctors Won’t Tell You About Parasites
Unfortunately, there are hundreds of parasites you or anyone can get, and laboratory technology still is in the dark ages when it comes to diagnosing many of them. You could have clear signs that you have a parasite and have to listen to your doctor say you don’t! This is the most frustrating part of the whole picture.
And the doctors won’t tell you that the lab tests really aren’t that effective for a good diagnosis. Some parasites found in stool samples go into hibernation or disintegrate once the stool sample is taken to the laboratory. This makes labs and their diagnosis a literal laughingstock.
(Note: If you want to learn the secret to cleanse internal parasites within 15 days that Master Herbologist and Nutritionist Dr. Donna Schwontkowski has recommended and used with her patients for over 20 years, you can check out the guide here.)
What You Can Do When You Suspect a Parasite
If you suspect a parasite, why not do what natural healing practitioners recommend – a colon cleanse first, and then a parasite cleanse? You can then follow these with a liver cleanse to help your liver heal.
Despite what many medical doctors believe, their medications are not the best answer to many parasitic infections. The medications are toxic and cause many negative side effects. For example, the medication for tapeworm is Albenza, which causes nausea, vomiting, stomachaches, headaches, dizziness, and temporary hair loss. Who wants to lose their hair because they are being treated for a parasite infection?
The drug for Schistosoma parasite infection is called Praziquantel. You can expect the following side effects: bloody stool, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, hives, dizziness, headaches, and diarrhea. And then the parasite will become resistant to the medication so the treatment might not be successful after all!
Pentamidine is the treatment for Trypanosomiasis. Side effects include swelling of the lips, face or tongue, fainting, hives, a closing of the throat and difficulty breathing, blurred vision, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, dizziness, confusion, and fainting spells. And you’ll continue getting cerebrospinal fluid checks for the parasites for a few years after the treatment has been concluded.
The message is clear!
Medical treatment can often be as bad as the parasite infection! But with natural healing and the use of herbs put on Earth for the purpose of treatment of parasite infections, the side effects are less severe.
Which way you’ll go to get treated for parasites is your choice. But unfortunately, many people decide too late that their choice of a medical route of treating parasites was not the best for them.
Do your homework! Decide for yourself!
To help you make your decision, check out these top 8 herbs that naturally kill internal parasites in humans.