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Do you think I am getting the right diagnoses for my condition?

In February 2020, I started having bouts of diarrhea. The first thing I noticed was that I would feel like having a bowel movement almost immediately after meal. symptoms subsided after a month. The symptoms came back in June 2020 after I ate some garlic. This time around, the diarrhea was intensive, and I also noticed that I developed intolerance for wheat, beans, alcohol, soft drinks, and milk at this time. After taking some futile drugs, a doctor prescribed probiotics and blood tonic. These alleviated the diarrhea. Weeks later, I started noticing that I was having palpitations, irregular fatigue/weakness, and pain in my sides and abdominal joints. I went to the doctor yet again, and she ordered HIV test and ECG which all said I am good. The doctor then prescribed Antacid, immunobiotics and probiotics for me. The drugs did not work and, while the palpitations subsided, the pain radiated to the chest, below my breastbone, and both arms. I was then referred to a Gastroenterologist. The specialist prescribed tests mainly abdominal scan, blood test, HiV test, and stool test for me. All said I was OK, except the stool test which came back positive for H-Pylori. This was February 2021. The doctor prescribed Normagut Capsules, Elcorid, and then Nexium.

I have been on Nexium for 20 days now, yet the pain has not subsided. It has even become worse and has spread to the back, all my chest region, and my bone that connect my shoulders. Sometimes, I do see blood-stained stool. I was alarmed and googled, the colon cancer and other conditions popped up on google. But my stool is sometimes very thick and long if I get constipated before. Now, the gastro doc, upon hearing my blood stained stool experience, prescribed colonoscopy, but I am yet to do it because I don't have the money (#70,000/$140).

Do you think I am getting the right diagnoses for my condition?
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In short, No I don't think you're getting the right diagnosis and I don't think you ever will. That is the point of not telling you it's parasites
( and or candida ) but if you DO have candida overgrowth then it's even MORE LIKELY you have intestinal parasites.  This is what's causing your issues. I am 99% sure without even knowing you.
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I think you are suffering from intestinal parasites. They are far more common than you think but Dr.s are either oblivious to this fact OR they are keeping quiet since they along with big pharma have a lot to gain by keeping us sick.

Intestinal parasites are extrely common in the USA & other developed countries. But you will never hear there's an 85% - 100% chance you're infected with parasites. If you have pets or eat sushi then you have parasites 100%. They cause all kinds of health problems (diseases and their symptoms).

Some include: fatigue, depression, irritability, insomnia, anemia, hair loss, constipation, diahrrea, tinnitus, headaches, dry skin, weight gain or weight loss depending on parasite type, gas, bloating, IBS, extreme hunger pains, neck pain and stiffness, joint aches and pains, itching, biggest indication is


Neither are normal.

If Drs. diagnose you with having parasites, you will either seek treatment to get rid of them or find a way to eradicate them yourself. Once you do, you're no longer sick and Dr.s and Big Pharma lose a customer! Can you imagine if the 85% of us with parasites get them cured what would happen to these money hungry entities? No more luxury living, no more mansions, no more extravagant lifestyle, no more house up on the hill with the infinity pool overlooking the city. No more $250,000 car, no more lazy river pool, no more exotic vacations, no more gold or silver, no more bunkers, meanwhile, we struggle to pay our rent or mortgage. It's not right.

You have intestinal parasites. You have a candida overgrowth. You along with most everyone else.

What to do about it? Keep candida at bay. Do a parasite cleanse every 3-6 months.

Check stool thoroughly and regularly for parasites and eggs.

This is the reason for our health problems.
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