Do I need a Parasite Cleanse? Signs and Symptoms

How Do I know if I need to do a  Parasite Cleanse?

Whether or not you should do a parasite cleanse depends on various factors, and it may be helpful to contact us for a free phone consultation with one of our healthcare professionals for personalised advice. You can also do our questionnaire here:

Parasitic infections are becoming a health problem Worldwide. Your body’s immune system is generally capable and effective at expelling them. However, if you are experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms, such as the following, you are advised to seek help. 

Intestinal Parasites:

  • Abdominal pain: Persistent or crampy pain in the abdominal area.
  • Diarrhoea: Frequent loose or watery stools.
  • Constipation: Difficulty passing stool or infrequent bowel movements.
  • Nausea and vomiting: Feeling sick to the stomach and vomiting.
  • Weight loss: Unexplained loss of weight.
  • Bloating and gas: Increased gas production and abdominal bloating.

Blood Parasites:

  • Fatigue: Tiredness and weakness.
  • Blood Parasites:
  • Fever: Spiking elevated periodic spikes
  • Chills and sweats: Sudden coldness followed by sweating.
  • Anaemia: Reduced red blood cells, leading to fatigue, weakness, and pale skin.
  • Jaundice: Yellowing of the skin and eyes due to liver dysfunction.
  • Enlarged spleen and liver: Swelling of these organs may occur in some cases.
  • Muscle aches: General discomfort or pain in the body muscles.
  • Headaches: Persistent or severe headaches/migraines.

These symptoms could be associated with a Parasite Infestation.

If you suspect a parasitic infection or are experiencing symptoms, seek medical attention. Please consult with your GP, write down your symptoms to show your GP, or contact us. We can advise you on which test to ask for to diagnose the presence of parasites and recommend a treatment plan if necessary. Self-prescribing or attempting parasite cleanses without proper diagnosis and guidance from a healthcare professional can be ineffective. Self-diagnosis can be harmful to your health.

In summary, whether or not you need to do a parasite cleanse depends on your specific health situation. It’s best to consult with a healthcare professional who can assess your symptoms, conduct necessary tests, and provide appropriate guidance based on your needs.

Please contact us for a chat if you need advice about parasite detoxing and cleansing.

More Information: 

Intestinal Parasites and Worms

Seafood and Parasites

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