Cleansing the body of parasites: symptoms, diagnosis, treatment

The number and variety of parasites that can live and multiply in the human body for a long time, and not "be transmitted" in any way, is simply enormous. They are very small, invisible to the human eye and can grow up to several meters in length. In the vast majority of cases, people don't even know what kind of "uninvited guests" have visited their body.

Parasites in the human body are able to live for years, causing them irreparable damage with their existence.

parasitic worm from the human body

Types of parasites

Currently, medical science knows about 250 species of parasites that live in the human body and successfully develop there.

These include head lice, face and scabies mites, toxoplasma, fungi, viruses and microbes. All these pests can wait for you at every corner, so you need to be extremely careful and careful.

If a person is asked to name the parasites known to him living in the body, he will most likely name helminths. It is about them that we most often hear them and even meet them, passing the subsequent inspection.

There is a special branch of medical science called parasitology, which is concerned with the study and research of ways to deal with highly developed parasite species.

These include:

  • helminths are known worms or worms that cause metabolic disorders and inhibition of the normal intestinal microflora with their vital activity. In addition, they interfere with the absorption of vitamins and increase the likelihood of tumor formation;
  • roundworms - are the cause of the development of a whole complex of biliary, intestinal and lung diseases;
  • pinworms - affect the intestines, disrupt its work;
  • lamblia - negatively affects the liver.

Also frequent hosts of the human body are toxoplasma, chlamydia and trichomonas, which negatively affect the state of health and provoke the development of various diseases, sometimes incurable. Most of us never think about what parasites may be present in the human body, what symptoms indicate their presence.


Upon entering human life support systems, parasites begin to develop and multiply. Over their lifetime, they release toxic substances that disrupt the functioning of internal systems. In addition, allergic reactions often develop, immunity is weakened, and the course of chronic diseases is aggravated.

Unfortunately, most often the presence of signs of the presence of parasites in the human body is simply ignored by them, attributed to the manifestations of some diseases.

The most common and frequent symptoms of the presence of "strangers" in the human body are:

  1. Regular diarrhea or constipation
  2. Poor skin condition, the presence of rashes on the face and other parts of the body;
  3. Constant feeling of irritation and heaviness in the stomach, digestive problems;
  4. Pain in the joints, spasms and pain in the muscles of the legs;
  5. Development of disorders in the work of the central nervous system and the cardiovascular system (acute phase of the disease);
  6. Anemia;
  7. Uncontrolled and unjustified jumps in body weight;
  8. Insomnia, constant feeling of weakness and fatigue.

Often the immune system "does not see" and does not identify "uninvited guests" in any way, so it is simply impossible to recognize the signs of their presence without laboratory tests.

Sources and routes of infection

Contrary to popular belief that only people who do not control the cleanliness of their hands can become infected with various worms and fungi, even the most inveterate cleaners and reinsurers are able to "collect" them.

The main routes of infection are:

  • Food - through dirty hands, contaminated food or water;
  • Domestic contact - from pets, infected family members, via household items;
  • Transmissible - through the bites of blood-sucking insects;
  • Percutaneous - in which the penetration of the larva occurs through the mucous membranes or the skin.

It is very easy to get infected, but it can be very difficult to cleanse the body. Sometimes even the treatment with the latest drugs takes a long time. Therefore, in order to minimize the risk of infection with these "parasites", it is necessary to study the useful advice of doctors and follow them clearly: wash your hands, vegetables and fruit thoroughly, eat meat and fish only after heat treatment , etc. .


Methods for diagnosing the presence of "hosts" are constantly being improved, new more accurate ones are being developed.

The main and most commonly used methods include:

  1. analysis of feces for worm eggs is the most common method used in all clinics. However, its accuracy does not exceed 17%.
  2. The histological coprogram is a modern way to study thin sections of stool using powerful microscopes. This method allows you to more clearly and accurately distinguish eggs and larvae, as well as fragments of helminth bodies;
  3. serological method - determination of the presence of antibodies and antigens to various parasites by means of a blood test. This method is effective only in the later stages of infection, the effectiveness does not exceed 60%;
  4. emoscanning: scanning of a new drop of blood enlarged 2000 times. The method allows you to determine the presence of fungal, yeast or bacterial flora, assess the condition of blood elements and detect parasite larvae.

To be sure that no parasites will slip past and be definitely detected, very often it is prescribed to go through all diagnostic methods.

Body purification and treatment

Having learned so much about the fact that we are in danger at almost every step and that almost all people are infected with one or the other microorganism, every sane person will ask himself the question "how can the body be cleansed of parasites"?

Most of the medical methods currently existing to cleanse the body are based on the ingestion of drugs that create living conditions unsuitable for the life of parasites. The course of treatment is quite long, so you need to be patient, it can be delayed from 30 days to a year.

All existing anthelmintic drugs, with the help of which the body is cleansed of parasites, are conditionally divided into the following groups:

  • Synthesized chemical preparations provide maximum treatment efficiency and give the fastest result. They are toxic not only to parasites, but also to the host organism. In addition, many types of helminths and other parasites adapt very well and become insensitive to the action of medicines;
  • Substances of natural origin are plant extracts and various herbal preparations. The constant intake of these drugs leads to the accumulation in the organism of plant components intolerable to the "hosts", which pushes them to leave the organism. They are harmless to humans, they do not develop addiction;
  • Homeopathic remedies: The results of treatment with these drugs largely depend on the qualifications of the doctor and his ability to select the drug. The treatment is very long and requires strict adherence to the therapeutic program.

With the help of which preparations the body will be cleansed of parasites, only a doctor can decide. Three months after the end of the course of treatment, it is recommended to repeat all tests and, as a preventive measure, to drink another 10-15 days of the drug previously taken during treatment.