10 Signs That You May Have A Parasite & How To Get Rid Of It!


    The best way to describe parasites would be to term them as nasty little organisms that live inside humans. Parasites cannot produce food or energy and need a host body to survive.

    The primary reason why parasites are very dangerous is they feed off human cells, tissues and toxic waste. Parasites also infect animals, plants and other life forms.

    In countries such as the United States and other hygienically advanced places, parasites do not pose a very great threat, but they do exist. However in countries where the sanitary conditions are poor, parasites are the equivalent of life threatening diseases.

    In the world’s poorest countries, parasitic infections are rampant, killing and disabling millions of people annually.

    Statistics on parasitic infections are pretty staggering; according to the World Health Organization, approximately 3.5 billion people suffer some type of parasitic problem, and not all these people live in poorer countries.

    Parasite Classifications

    Parasites are generally classified into broad groups such as:

    • Protozoa: amebae; flagellates; ciliates; coccidia, microsporidia that are all intestinal parasites; sporozoa and others that attack blood tissue, cells, and other body sites
    • Nematodes: roundworms
    • Cestodes: tapeworms
    • Trematodes: flukes
    • Arthropods – all kinds of insects like scorpions, lice, tongue worms and on the list goes.

    The technical names of the parasites are not that important to the layman; infection from any kind of parasite definitely is. There are several different ways by which parasitic infections are identified. Though there are hundreds of parasites, it is possible to generalise symptoms to a certain extent.

    10 key signs of knowing whether a parasite is present in the body include:

    Let us discuss in general the path of a parasite infection in the body before moving on to the distinct symptoms. When the parasite infection is acute, abdominal distress in varying degrees may be experienced by an individual. This distress includes diarrhea, fluid loss and burning sensations.

    Visible evidence of an infection is seldom present at this stage of the problem. It is possible to go a step further and state that the parasites do not always appear in the specimens tested in laboratories. Guess they are pretty good at hiding themselves!


    A parasitic infection will move from the acute to chronic stage. At this point apart from the diarrhea; constipation, intense burning, bloating of the abdomen, cramping and sudden urges to eliminate, become part of the symptoms.

    There can be sudden food cravings, weight loss, irritable bowel syndrome, blood sugar fluctuations and mal-absorption of nutrients from foods consumed. The problem when untreated can continue to manifest itself through acute itching of the body; sleep disorders, skin sensitivity, anxiety and depression.

    1. Immune Disorders

    Parasites are like leeches, sucking the nutrients out of the body. This results in an immune system that is forced to operate on a lower supply of essential vitamins, minerals, nutrients and energy sources. The parasite is capable of stimulating the production of the body’s defense mechanism immunoglobulin A.

    Overstimulation results in exhausting the supply leaving the body wide open to various bacterial, fungal, viral and other attacks.

    2. Sleep Disorders

    Parasites, especially the ones that prefer to nest in the intestinal tract, can cause a host of sleep disorders such as insomnia. Parasites affect the nervous system as well, giving rise to sleep disorders. All through the night, the body is hard at work eliminating toxins through the liver.

    Parasites are known to upset this routine, changing the body’s rhythm. Some parasites cause a great deal of itching around the anal area, disrupting sleep and causing discomfort to the person.

    3. Bruxism

    Bruxism is the medical term given to teeth grinding; clenching teeth tightly together or grinding the back teeth over each other. At first glance, the connection between teeth grinding and parasites may not be clear.

    Teeth grinding, clenching and gnashing of teeth happens at night when the person is asleep. This happens due to anxiety and restlessness caused by the parasites releasing waste and toxins into the body.

    4. Skin Problems

    Parasites that attack the intestinal tract cause inflammation and considerable skin irritation due to the release of hormones into the body. These in turn irritate the skin causing rashes, hives, eczema and other forms of allergies to attack the skin.

    Another problem with an inflamed intestinal tract is that digestion of certain foods becomes difficult. Undigested foods produce increased eosiophils levels that inflame the tissues causing allergic reactions. Some parasites cause sores, swellings, lesions and ulcers to break out.

    5. Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is one of the more common signs of a parasitic presence in the body. Intestinal parasites dig in and fix themselves to the walls of the intestines. This leads to inflammation and irritation of this area that soon leads to cramping and spasms and intestinal blocks. Mal-absorption of nutrients from food follows, and some foods become hard to digest.

    Worm Dr. is 100% natural and an incredibly powerful remedy I used to reverse my digestive problems and clear out worms. It comes with my highest recommendation and utilizes agrimony, chamomilla, licorice, marshmallow, cina and wormwood to maintain digestive and immune health.

    6. Stomach Disorders

    Parasites attack the human body in various ways including causing constipation. Worms are parasites and can actually block the passage of nutrients into the body, and waste from exiting the body at various points in the digestive system. Parasites can attack the bile duct and intestines causing the digestive system to malfunction.

    When this happens, the normal bowel movements are hampered causing constipation. Another stomach problem caused by parasites is flatulence. Parasites enjoying residence in the upper small intestinal region cause inflammation of the area. This leads to a bloated feeling that is very discomforting; add to that the formation of gas. All of which is compounded by the consumption of certain foods that are hard to digest.

    7. Diarrhea

    Parasites generally attack the lining of the intestines, but also have the potential to attack all other parts of the body. All through a parasitic infection, a variety of abdominal problems prevail in distressing regularity.

    Watery, loose stools that are painful to eliminate is one of the more common abdomen problems. The fluid loss if unattended, leads to severe dehydration. To top it all, several parasites produce a chemical called prostaglandin that leads to the loss of chloride and sodium from the body, causing in turn diarrhea.

    8. Body Ache


    As parasites are migratory rather than stationary, they sometimes tend to become enclosed in a cyst like manner in the muscles and even joint fluids. The result is irritation which is the lesser end of the problem; pains and an aching follows that is often mistaken for arthritis. Pain in the muscles and joints may also be caused by the immune system’s response to the parasites invading the body.

    9. Chronic Fatigue

    There is no doubt that parasites deplete the body of vital nutrients leading to exhaustion at mental, physical and emotional levels. When parasites invade the body causing the mal-absorption of vitamins, minerals, fats and carbohydrates, the body is left drained of energy. This inevitably leads to acute exhaustion, depression, concentration difficulties and general apathy.

    10. Other Symptoms

    Parasites can cause a number of other problems apart from the ones previously listed by which an infection may be determined.

    Some of these include: food sensitivities; anemia – iron deficiency; excessive number of bacterial or viral infections; excessive weight gain or loss; restless anxiety; itching of the ears, nose and anus; forgetfulness; slow thought process; excessive eating but continue feeling hungry or alternatively loss of appetite; lethargy; drooling during sleep; problems with menstrual cycles for women and sexual dysfunction for men; numb hands. These are all possible symptoms of the problem.

    How to Get Rid of It!

    Medication is the obvious answer to getting rid of parasites, but it may not be as simple as all that. Why? Parasites are quite happy swimming along and feeding off their hosts. To completely rid the body of parasites can take years, but not necessarily so in case of every affected person.

    Worm Dr. Is a powerful 100% natural herbal remedy I discovered and used to successfully and quickly relieve myself from parasites. I couldn’t believe how powerful this stuff is, and definitely suggest it to anybody suffering from digestive issues such as parasites.

    Worm Dr.

    Bodies that are weak, anemic, toxic and generally unhealthy may probably find it impossible to get of all the parasites completely. In such cases, treating the symptoms may be the only solution, but that is probably the doomsday prophet’s verdict.

    Seeking treatment for getting rid of parasitic infections can be done through conventional testing and medication or through the use of alternative medical treatments. It is best to consult with a licensed medical practitioner and complete the testing necessary to determine the type of parasitic infection. Self-medication must never be sought under any circumstances.

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has made recommendations for conventional medicines to treat worm infections. Health care providers generally choose the drugs best suited to the parasitic infection. Dosages may range from one to several depending on the severity of the infection.

    There is also a list of common natural remedies consisting of herbs and supplements that can be taken in conjunction with a dietary plan to help cure intestinal parasites. Complementary and alternative medicine or CAM generally gets rid of infections faster with fewer side effects than conventional medicine.

    Diagnosing and getting rid of the parasite is only the first step of the longer process. A healthy diet should be maintained to sustain the body’s nutritional balance and prevent further attacks from taking place.

    Nutritional Balancing is considered a truly holistic and self-contained method of treating parasite infections within the body. When the body is brought up to a well-balanced nutritional level, getting rid of all those pesky parasites is possible. Practitioners of this method claim to heal the body through the balancing of various physiological aspects such as digestion, mineral rations and tissue minerals.

    A diet rich in raw garlic, pumpkin seeds, carrots, beets, pineapple, papaya seeds and pomegranates can help to kill parasites. Honey and papaya seeds are good with plenty of water to flush the system. Consuming more fiber helps the body get rid of parasites especially worms.


    Avoidance of coffee, sweetened juices, refined foods and alcohol is believed to help. Adding sweet potatoes and squash to the diet is believed to increase the intake of vitamin A, which increases resistance to the parasites. The addition of spices such as turmeric and cloves can help fight the parasite onslaught.

    Herbal therapy is a safe way to treat parasites and to strengthen the system. Here again it is recommended to work with a health care provider. Some of the more commonly prescribed herbal treatments include: garlic; goldenseal; anise; barberry; oregon grape; black walnuts; wormwood; curled mint.

    Homeopathic treatments are also an option for treating parasite infections. Homeopaths generally take into consideration various factors including the intellectual, physical and emotional structure of the person before prescribing any form of treatment. Homeopathic remedies for parasite infections may include: Cina; Indigo; Spigelia; Podophyllum; Cuprum oxidatum nigrum; Teucrium; Sabadilla; Stanum.

    Parasites are a very real danger – they may be miniscule, but they have an appetite. To feed this appetite, they feed of you, robbing the body of essential nutrients. This results in diarrhea and a host of other stomach ailments that lead to poor absorption of the essential nutrients.

    Most people figure diarrhea is no big deal and a couple of pills and some black tea will settle the problem. Guess again! As the body fails to absorb nutrients, the immune system becomes weak, leaving it open to numerous diseases. Diarrhea is not all we need to fear from parasites; they perforate the intestinal walls and allow toxins and waste matter to flow into the blood stream with very serious health consequences.

    Here is another scary thought; parasites are migratory, so symptoms of the infection change depending on which part of the body the parasites are invading. All this is mentioned not to scare readers, but alert people to the dangers of dismissing parasites as nothing to worry about.

    If you enjoyed this article, then you’ll really get a kick out of Why You’re Unhealthy & What To Do About It. You’re going to want to watch this…or stay unhealthy.

    David Aston

    Hey I'm David, founder of Unhealthy Fix & author of Why You're Unhealthy & What To Do About It. I help people all over the world dramatically improve their health, safely and naturally, without breaking the bank.

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    62 comments so far… Leave a reply

    1. Adam

      Hello testing :)

      • Samuel Thompson

        Whats the lil bubbly feeling in your small intestine,....for a tapeworm

    2. suzy

      Have crohn's for years, but this wigley feeling in my anus is annoying. Sometimes it hurts. No abcess. Had test for pinworm neg. My doc refuses to test again. What is it? Been 2 months, did purge pills by roots, still the same systems. No itching at all. Just wigley feeling in the anus. Mostly on the right side in the anus. Happens mostly at night. What is it and how can I get rid of this freakish and dam scary feeling? Did garlic everyday, and nothing got rid of this . Please help me, as crohn's is enough to live with. Many thks in advance. Suzy

      • Christie ~ PCOS Lady

        www.ParasiteTesting.com ... Tests for every known "bad" parasite in the world! ~ US LABS: ~ Like Quest Diagnostics, Lab Corp, hospitals are only allowed to test 40 ~ 50 types... ~ 250,000 types exist, 50,000 of them are yeast types! ~ FYI: Only 1% of people are diagnosed in the US! ~ Ratio: 85% good vs 15% bad bacteria (US changed it to 80/20) ~Google: symptom parasite ... SYMPTOMS COUNT! ~ Most all skin issues are bad parasites! ~ US doctors are not trained on parasites! Taught to treat symptoms "ONLY"! ~ PARASITE EXTENSIVE LIST: http://pcoslady.wordpress.com/2012/03/24/parasite-symptoms-extensive/

        • melinda green

          I got all the symptoms ulcers on my arms and face been this way about two weeks or longer today I started passing round looking bugs through my stool this morning and they have been coming out of the sores on my arms stomach is starting to hurt like twisting cramps what do I need to do

      • Sarah

        i have the same wiggle feeling did you ever get a answer. ?

        • melinda green

          im waiting no I only feel them when my arms start burning that's when I know there is a bug in it and I have to dig them out of the sore or they keep hurting

      • Eve

        I would recommend organic oregano oil...it's very concentrated and potent and is excellent for parasites. One thing to note is that when you are trying to kill parasites, it's important that you take bowel cleansers along with the oil of oregano because you need to flush/remove the dead parasites out of your body.

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      • melinda green

        were do you get the oil

    4. does it matter

      ive passed one long worm a month ago but havent since but having all the symptoms still like dirreah for awhile now i cant even poop could i still be infected nothing comes out in my poop i know the doc will just pass it off like most my other health concerns what should i do

      • David Aston

        I would definitely not assume that your Doctor will just "pass it off."If you are truly concerned and it is affecting your health, I'd go get an opinion from your doctor. Especially since you're still having symptoms.

        • melinda green

          is there something I can clean myself out with

    5. RT

      WOW! I am shocked by reading this article and finding out the link between parasites and sleep disorder is actually true.

      • melinda green

        are they caused from having dogs

    6. Jessie Smith

      I love your articles! Keep up the fantastic work :)

    7. Thomas Ramsey

      A very strong anti-parasitic that I have found to work wonders is oregano oil. This is not the same as eating plain oregano but instead is an extract from a different strain of oregano. If you choose to try this be careful to research which type to look for. The article that I read about it had stated that one drop in a glass of raw sewage could steralize it enough to be able to drink? It can taste pretty foul if taken as recommended under your tounge and I found that it is pretty good in tomato (V8) juice and also if you spice it up a bit. It had amazing results that worked pretty quickly and is a quite easy remedy that is not complex.

    8. Tracy

      This is great...How soon do you think it will take if I started herbal treatment for a parastie I got on holiday last week?

      • Tia

        I am wondering the same thing. Also, what if they have travelled to the other organs like the heart or lungs? Herbal remedies would still be as effective? And how long would it take?

        • melinda green

          will regular worm medicine over counter work

      • Karen Nance

        Please know that oregano, while it does kill bad bacteria, viruses and fungus, also kills the good flora that you want in your intestinal tract. Use Oregano oil for ten days or less, and follow up with a really good probiotic to replace good bacteria. DoTERRA has a great treatment of a mix of essential oils in a capsule called OnGuard+. They also have a cleanse called GXAssist and a great probiotic called PBAssist. Also, be aware that these parasites thrive on sugar. If you can stop feeding them they die and let go of their grip on your intestinal walls. And pass out of you. I released an 18-inch string of parasite's nests after about 10 weeks in which the only sugar I ate was half of a grapefruit daily before exercise and the dates I was using to sweeten my homemade salad dressings. Know that bread and pasta turn to sugar in your stomach. If you are in Utah, or plan to visit there, there is a great clinic that has a cleansing program that consists of shakes that line your colon and collect gunk that is stuck in there, herbs to kill parasites, and colonics to wash it all out. It is called VitaeHealth. They have a website at Vickitalmage.com. I have trusted them with my life and am much happier and healthier.

    9. Shannon Bastien

      this is the most informative information a person can have I don't believe any thing dr's tell me and thinking I been having a parasite for a long time well it finally passed , could of had for years by the length why would a dr want to do any test now when I actually have a pic of the foreign object and the gi dr told me looks like a piece of celery and veggies that came out looking like a extra large earth worm what a dum answer and I will not go bac to that lieing quack I am not that dum so off to the infectious disease dept for verification purposes and yes worms are a big problem in this country I never left this country and all the disesaes are being brought in from all the foreigners and foreign products imported from other countries now I will be on a strict worm and candida diet they go hand in hand it explains why my teeth have rotted , im over weight can hardly see and the list is endless in summary all my nutrition is being robbed by the worms we are being deceived by our own health care system I am only 52 and love all the right good foods was never over weight I don't even eat that much when I asked my last dr what else could make me put on weight she didn't even answer me definitely hiding something naturopathic dr.s for me n my family eat the right foods hope I help anybody in anyway we are n charge of our health do not listen to the dr ask questions esp about the candida, the bad bacteria in your gut , the cause of all ones illnesses when it gets out of control perforiates the stomach and gets into your system causing life long misery

      • Christie ~ PCOS Lady

        You can eat the things in moderation... Just do the cleanses (6) every 3 years so not to kill off the good bacteria and parasites in you....

        • Christie ~ PCOS Lady

          The 6 Cleanses: ~ Colon Cleanse ~ Heavy Metal Cleanse ~ Candida Cleanse ~ Kidney & Gall Bladder Cleanse ~ Liver Cleanse ~ Parasite Cleanse

          • Karen Nance

            Where can one find these cleanses?

      • Ami

        I can't believe some of the stupid answers Drs choose to tell us instead of just saying I DONT KNOW LETS FIND OUT! GAAAH As if you or anyone is going to what swallow a whole big long piece of celery! NOT CHEW IT UP ! OMG! I mean we have all seen the wonders of corn and peanuts I'll give them that one but celery!!!! come on! WOW! You have to find a Dr who is open to and practices alternative medicine but not JUST alternative, you want both in one. I hope you are on the road to better health and I would keep on with taking the things you need to to rid yourself of parasites. I really doubt that one worm lived on its own in there.

      • melinda green

        I sure am suffering and they don't look like a worm

      • Briyanna

        SO DID U POOP OUT A WORM OR WAS IT A VEGETABLE @Shannon Bastien cause like I am really scared !!

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    12. Christie ~ PCOS Lady

      THANK YOU! We hear "Nothing is wrong... It's all in your head" ~ I am adding your site to my blog.... I need to lift a few bits of info for my post to get people to here as well....US LABS: ~ Like Quest Diagnostics, Lab Corp, hospitals are only allowed to test 40 ~ 50 types... ~ 250,000 types exist, 50,000 of them are yeast types! ~ FYI: ~ It only takes a stool &/or urine sample at first to ID them in you... ~ Not all the tests doctors run that only turn up negative cause they can't test for them all! Only 1% of people are diagnosed in the US! ~ 300 types of good parasites live on and in you daily... ~ Ratio: 85% good vs 15% bad bacteria (US changed it to 80/20) ~ Most all medical issues are caused by parasites... Google: symptom parasite ... SYMPTOMS COUNT! ~ Most all skin issues are bad parasites! ~ US doctors are not trained on parasites! Taught to treat symptoms "ONLY"! ~ LEGAL: ~ Get diagnosed and treated first... Go here, holistic, natural path, alternative, etc.... and seek a nutritionist that knows or has had them too! ~ Know your malpractice laws! ~ MALPRACTICE: http://www.abpla.org/what-is-malpractice ~ Be in the know... Know your symptoms, options and treatments... Knowledge is POWER!

    13. Richard Bagley

      Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you penning this post plus the rest of the site is also very good.

      • melinda hall

        I have been filling sickly for over a month and have lost around 40lbs got blisters on my arms and face at first thought they were pimples until I squeezed one and a bug came out they hurt really bad when you have to dig them out so it will stop burning now im passing them through my stool I don't know what to do will over counter worm or parasite medicine work to get rid of them

    14. Wendy

      ok I had my period I few weeks ago and I had the stomach bug a week ago and my stomach just does not feel good at all its been growling a lot lately and I been having stomach pains Im think I has a parasite please help

    15. Susie

      Hi, okay lets say I have a parasite, and if I use medication, will I puke it out or will it just disappear inside of me or will I need the bathroom and it disappears like that or what? Please tell me it doesn't just slither out of me or something. This subject really gets to me:/

      • Chealse

        You should really go to your doctor and ask. In some cases, using purging methods and wrong antibiotics or parasite medications can cause the parasites to seek refuge elsewhere. This can cause them to come out of your mouth, nose, or anus. If you get the correct medication from your doctor in the event that you do have a parasite, it will kill it off inside you and basically disappear.

    16. Marie

      Can parasites cause BV?

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    18. pat

      I have had problems with parasites since 2011 .I have gone to at least 30+ doctors,with the thought of "this is the one who is going to fiqure this out" but I am I'm now classified as a person delusion of parasites,by an infectious doctor. Who wold not look at my pictures and examined me without turning a bright light on.. I invested in a computerized microscope where I have many pictures and samples of worms.the latest problem all though an ongoing but more often than before diarrhia with horrible pains. I'm lost I don't know where to go or what to do.

      • Karen Nance

        Try Worm Dr. as mentioned in this blog post, it works very well at safely and effectively removing parasites. And/or you can try VitaeHealth in Utah. They are experts at helping you get rid of parasites.

    19. william weeks

      what medications can be taken for parasites in the eye? I have told my eye Dr and he just says it is floaters. I see the suckers moving around sometimes so I think he is mistaken!

      • Briyanna

        William weeks did u really see them in your eyes.???

    20. cristy

      My five year old son has been waking up at 3am for three nights crying and complaining his stomach hurts and he asks me to press on it or massage it. I took him to the ER and they did blood tests and an X-ray. But they didn't find anything iat that point I dint think about parasites so didn't even mention it. Would a parasite show in an X-Ray? And am I making it worse by massaging or pressing on his tummy? He has not had any dierrah or vomitting nausiou and is eatting normale could he have a parasite??

    21. crystal

      My step son vomited one night before he could make it to the toilet...had not been sick when he went to bed....it looked like noodles...we did not have noodle that night.was worms.have an animal husbandry back ground and have always wondered why we can't just walk in and buy dewormer for our selves like we can for chickens, pigs, horses, dogs....etcwhy is that

      • Robin

        There's a link to Worm Dr. in this article! I'd recommend you try it.

    22. Ami

      I hear a lot about diarrhea but what about constipation? Im not sure how a worm could make it through my rock turns that I have to drink 3 cups of smooth move tea to even get out. My fatigue is off the charts and has just gotten worse over the past 3 years. I got the flu and started having crazy heart beats off and on yet the Drs don't seem concerned at all. Im wondering if I have a parasite. I have been constipated all my life though, I mean since I was a little kid and Im 40 now. I do however rescue animals and they sleep on the furniture. It seems from what all Ive read I do enough to catch a parasite for sure. I kiss my dog, cats, parrot even my chickens once in a while. Is there a place where you can just get yourself tested instead of going to the DR? I have quite the pile of bills after going to 4 different places about this flu/ heart/ fatigue thing.

    23. denna

      Oh my gosh - I am shocked by what I have read. I've had depleting red blood cells for 1 1/2 years, diarrhea with lots of gas pain, loss of 15+ pounds and my doctors have done nothing to remedy - including a hematologist. I ended up in the ER last Thursday with severe stomach pain, uncontrollable bowel function and that doctor questioned the depletion of my red cells and felt I must have an unknown intestine parasite. After reading "10 signs....." HE IS RIGHT!!! Now, I have some ammunition to get myself back into a healthy state.

    24. muhammed kok

      Take Remeron for 10 days ( an antidepresant ) . It will make you sleep like a log and it does affect the parasites in the intestines too. You will see them pass in your feces .

    25. Maddie

      I was never really concerned about having a parasite but this is good information to know regardless, you never know! Better to be safe than sorry, right? Excellent post, thanks for sharing!

    26. john

      Does anyone have numbness on the tip of the nose, toes and finger tips? How about a feeling of being cold at times or cracking in toes and fingers with arthritic characteristics? about 6 months ago i got an ulcer on my back. It turned into a crater that was in between 1 1/2"-2" in diameter and 1/2"-1" inch deep. i wish i had not accidentally erased the picture but it was necrotic with a very foul odor if you got up close to it, or on a hot day when sweating a lot. The 2" crater is still inflamed and not diagnosed. I've been to numerous doctors and they pass it off and ignore all my other symptoms. my fingers and hands are turning black- a sign of necrosis. There's also constant pain in the right lower side ab area. the necrotic tissue was never scraped so i think, whatever it was is stil eating away at me from the inside.

      • Blake

        John,Could it have been a spider or other type of bug bite?How long has this been going on? Perhaps you should go to the emergency room!Blake

      • ALT

        Hi John, I live in Ohio and there is a spider called a Brown Recluse(they are found in many states) that if bitten by one, creates a crater type sore just as you stated, that does exactly what you said, it destroys tissue inside and continues killing tissue in it's path. I don't want to scare you, but I knew a woman in my church that was bitten on the leg by a Brown Recluse and had to have her leg amputated. I hope you have already found someone to help you before receiving this reply. Praying for you!

      • freda

        Maybe a brown recluse bit you. They are very dangerous and untreated will sometimes lead to necrosis. And it will spread to a wider area, the necrotic skin. You should immediately get medical attention. Google brown recluse bites the pictures are horrifying. But maybe you will be able to compare them to that ulcer thing as you call it.

    27. Rich

      The list goes on about people who literaly have their lives ruined by internal and external parasites. Most of the time, physicians, even "specialists" are of no help and people continue to suufer and reach out for answers and solutions. One thing is for certain...Healthcare and the education system ARE A FAILURE IN THIS COUNTY.

    28. Tupac john

      Wow nice keep it up...........grt article, pls how can I prevent parasite from getting into me?

    29. Maria

      Hi, I have exactly all those problems that you described. I have had all kinds of tests done for years and the so called doctors can't find anything wrong with me. I now understand that all we are to them is a number and what they see in us is jus dollar signs. We are just a wealthy business to them and to the pharmaceutical companies out there! By reading this it made me remember back when my 4 yr old cousin got really sick from her stomach, she was losing weight, had anemia, loss of appetite and just bad stomach cramps. They took her in to the hospital, they said it w as a bad infection and she had to have surgery, after the surgery the same problems continued so she had surgery again. Then after the second one nothing had changed so they transfered her to a different hospital, she was gonna have surgery for the third time! They had done cat scans, xrays, ultradounds, blood and urine samples and couldn't come up with an answer. So finally her parents got fed up asked to take her home and they took her back to Mexico, they took her to the dr there, he gave her medicine for parasites and whala!!! She got better!!!

    30. Megan

      I was in Ecuador and now have pimples on my face could i have parasites?

    31. Maiwand

      I am sick since three days, there is pain in my stomachs and also vomited. When I went to the toilets I saw a small worm in my feces. What should I do?

    32. Albert M. Dunn

      Are there any type of parasite that enter through the feet. I'm having a problem. It's not constant but I have real bad pain in the surface of my left foot. It's like what ever it is tunneling and every time it moves I feel a temporary pain.

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    34. bradleyU

      I am struggling with parasites now. Doctors are useless. So after tons of reading, I now use Youngevity tangy tangerine, Zeolite with humic acid, D.E. diatomaceous earth, nacsent Iodine, alpha lipoic acid, occasional oil of oregano (when this stuff hits the gut, the parasites run). Also started coffee enemas- no parasites seen yet. Good luck to all. My original symptoms were, chronic fatigue, boils on back and butt, extremely oily hair, graying hair (even pubic hair), constipation, left stomach grinding feeling, gas and bloating, frequent and long lasting sinus infections and flue symptoms, IBS- RUNNING to bathroom after eating out. Dr's took xrays upon xrays, MRI, ultrasounds, prostate exam, not ONE idiot found anything wrong, except white blood cells extremely low

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