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Unfortunately, the issue of parasitic infections, the scale of their occurrence and their broad pathogenic significance also does not exist in the minds of so-called doctors. "Mainstream" and not only among pediatricians, dermatologists or allergists, but also immunologists, pulmonologists, oncologists and even specialists in infectious and parasitic diseases. "/ Dr Wojciech Ozimek from an open letter to parents.
Children and adults may have different parasites:
- fungi and molds (usually candida),
- protozoa and amoebae (e.g. lamblia),
- worms (round: pinworms, roundworms, hookworms and flatworms: tapeworms).
Many experts say:
- that everyone can have parasites,
- there are no children too small for parasites: even babies can be infected from parents, siblings and other people in the immediate environment,
- it is worth checking out for parasites from time to time.
What symptoms can indicate the presence of parasites?
- pimples, lichen,
- problems with bowel movements: diarrhea or constipation
- milk intolerance
- intolerance to some foods,
- hyperactivity or lethargy
- stomach and headache
- hair loss,
- bad smell from the mouth
- A sour, unpleasant skin smell
- itching of the skin (not necessarily around the anus)
- teeth grinding
- restless sleep
- dark circles under the eyes,
- poor weight gain
- cough (asthma)
- frequent runny nose (sick sinuses),
- hypertrophy of the third tonsil.
Experts point out that the problem with diagnostics is that parasites never give the same symptoms. According to some specialists, they are often responsible for many diseases in which symptoms are treated, because it is difficult to find the causes.
Dr. Ozimek mentioned above recommends that you try to test for parasites, if the child is ill and the doctors do not know what the condition is or his or her condition is chronic and the treatment is not effective.
Below is Ozimek's speech "Forgotten knowledge about parasites"