Parasitic worms. What do we know about them?
It is known that worms are the cause of many animal diseases. And people do not get infected with worms? Of course they get infected!
Infection can occur in different ways
1. The eggs of worms are swallowed from contaminated hands, with inhaled dust, from poorly washed vegetables, fruits, berries, with contaminated water, poorly cooked meat of animals, birds, fish, caviar, shrimp, crabs, shellfish, etc. On the feet of flies, on the soles of shoes, on the hair of pets. Unclean people are everywhere. After using the toilet, parasite eggs can remain on their fingers, from them on money, door handles, shopping carts, food, etc.
2. Larvae of some types of worms can penetrate the human body through the skin upon contact with the ground, grass, water of rivers and lakes, ponds (swimming, fishing, washing, watering the garden etc.).
3. During pregnancy, some worms and their larvae penetrate from the mother's body into the fetus.
4. There are other ways of infection, for example, through the bites of mosquitoes and other insects, when feeding with breast milk, during anal-oral sex, etc.
Therefore, you can become infected with worms at any age, on any day and many times!
Parasitologists know about more than 100 types of human parasitic worms. Unfortunately, most doctors remember little about no more than 15 of them! Pinworms familiar to many live for about a month, lay eggs and die in a few hours. Roundworms live for about 1 year, they can lay eggs and die. This creates the misconception that worms are not for long. However, all other types of worms can live and damage the organs of patients for years, decades! They can live not only in the intestines, but also in all other organs (cranial cavity, eyes, paranasal cavities, thyroid gland, mammary glands, heart, blood, walls of arteries, veins, lymph nodes, tonsils, lungs, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys, uterus, ovaries, prostate, muscles and even bone).

There are no harmless worms! They move, eat, injure the organs in which they are.In organs damaged by worms, inflammation, edema, tumors, polyps, cysts, erosion, hemorrhage, ulcers, scars, adhesions, etc occur. Some parasites, for example alveococcus, can grow into neighboring organs. Alveococcus particles can get into different organs with blood and grow there. This is very similar to cancer metastases. It's almost impossible to tell them apart!
Some types of worms feed only on the blood of patients, others assimilate food, vitamins, and minerals. Feces and secretions of worms are absorbed into the blood and carried to all organs, can disrupt their functions.
The human body cannot destroy worms, but it has to spend a lot of energy to protect against their harm. Gradually, strength is depleted, immunity decreases.
What are the symptoms of infection with worms?
Abdominal pain, poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, drooling, gnashing of teeth, heartburn, bitter taste in the mouth, bad breath, sweat, feces, bleeding gums, constipation or diarrhea, weight loss, allergies, itching, acne, rash, spots, hair loss, edema, anemia, fatigue, fatigue, headaches, dizziness, fainting, rapid heartbeat, irritability, weak eyesight, physical retardation, cough, shortness of breath, menstrual disorders, infertility, miscarriage, impotence, impaired sperm quality, pain in muscles and joints, prolonged temperature, swollen lymph nodes, the formation of tumors, cysts, polyps, nodes and others.
Such patients turn to different doctors (therapist, pediatrician, allergist, dermatologist, etc.). Unfortunately, most doctors do not even remember about worms. They try to diagnose and treat diseases. Is it possible to cure a disease without knowing and eliminating its cause? Of course not! In rare cases, doctors suspect infection with worms, and prescribe tests to diagnose infection with worms.
These are the symptoms of very common diseases!
Imagine! In the 21st century, the only method for diagnosing infection with most types of worms is the analysis of feces for worm eggs.
Many, including doctors, know this test is not accurate.
The absence of parasite eggs in the feces can be if:
  • no infection
  • there is an infection, but the worms have not yet laid eggs.
Detection of eggs in feces can be, if:
  • there is an infection
  • there was an infection, the worms have died, but not all eggs have left the intestines.
Only a few types of parasites are diagnosed with a blood test.
Many people, including doctors, think that a blood test is an accurate method for diagnosing parasites. In fact, this is a biochemical blood test, which can detect antibodies formed in the blood of infected people. It is known that chemical reactions can occur only in the presence of a sufficient amount of reacting substances, catalysts, the required temperature, atmospheric pressure, etc. Therefore, they are not accurate.
The results of this analysis can be:
  • no infection
  • infection is present, but there are not enough antibodies to detect them.
  • there is an infection
  • there was an infection, antibodies remained in the blood.
Such tests can be confusing for doctors and patients
There is no method for laboratory diagnostics of some types of worms anywhere in the world (dirofillaria, spirometers, gnatostomas and others). There are no effective medicines for parasites either!

Moreover, medications can cause a variety of complications. I wonder how the effectiveness of drugs is checked if there are no accurate diagnostic methods?