Parasitic infections affect at least an estimated 880 million children worldwide. For the most part, these health problems are more prevalent in developing nations.
However, people in the United States aren’t completely immune to these organisms. The parasite “Toxoplasma gondii”, for instance, infects at least 60 million people in the US. “Trichomonas”, another strain, also affects around 3.7 million of the nation’s people.
What’s even worse is that millions of folks in the US aren’t aware they have a parasitic infection. Until their health turns for the worse.
So, how to know if you have a parasite then? What symptoms do they cause?
We’ll answer all these questions in this post, so be sure to read on!
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