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Thursday, August 16, 2012


According to WHO, almost 75% of the world’s population is infected with parasites, regardless of quality of life! This statistic is the same for
developing countries and prosperous, developed countries.
According to the same source, a large number of diseases are either
directly caused by parasites, or are the result of the life of parasites
in our bodies!
Currently, the most common helminthiasis is ascariasis (often asenterobiasis).

Pathogen. Ascariasis occurs because due to parasitism of largeroundworm (ascaris lumbricoides) in the human body.
In ascariasis, the only source of infection is the infected person.
Eggs excreted in the stool are not infectious, so people with ascariasis cannot infect others, even in close everyday communication. Helminth eggs excreted in feces of should reach maturity by developing in soil. Formation of the larvae in the egg takes place in 10-12 days under favorable conditions.
Human infection with ascarid eggs takes place by contact of the human body with contaminated water, unwashed fruit or vegetables or from unwashed hands.

Pathogenesis. Mature eggs swallowed by a human turn into larvae in the small intestine, and they penetrate the intestinal wall, enter the blood capillaries and then migrate through the bloodstream to the liver and lungs. In addition to the intestine,liver and lungs, ascarid larvae are also occasionally found in the brain, eye and other organs. They feed on blood serum and erythrocytes. In the lungs, the larva actively enter the alveoli
and move to the oropharynx where sputum is swallowed with larvae. Once in the intestine, the larvae reach maturity within 70-75 days, when the female will lay eggs. The life expectancy of adult ascarids is up to one year, after which it dies and is excreted together with the feces.

Therefore, the presence of ascarids in one person for several years is only explained by reinfection.
The symptoms of early-phase clinical manifestations of ascariasis caused by ascarid larvae migration in the bloodstream are diverse. Moderate infection at this stage is often asymptomatic.
In the event of mass infection, there is general weakness, malaise,headache, fatigue, and the appearance of itchy rashes on the skin, such as urticaria. Less commonly, there is pulmonary pathology in the form of a cough with phlegm, and with an asthmatic component, shortness of breath and chest pain.
The second, intestinal phase of ascariasis most often occurs with mild symptoms: dyspeptic disorders (unstable stools, pain in the parumbilical area), weight loss, neurasthenia, and diminished
work capacity.
However, sometimes there is a serious nature: focal lesions observed in the lungs, hives, fever, bowel obstruction, liver abscesses andappendicitis. Ascariasis enables the progression of infectious diseases in chronic form, and worsens the course of many diseases.
Accurate diagnosis of fi rst-phase ascariasis is based on detection of ascarid larvae in the sputum. Radiography may be of great help in the migration phase of ascariasis. Diagnosis of the late (intestinal) stage is based on the detection of ascarid eggs in the feces. The intestinal phase of ascariasis, excretion of ascarid eggs is possible, provided that there are individuals of different sexes in the intestine. If ascariasis is suspected, tests should be carried out three times with intervals of 1-2 days.
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is widely used in modern laboratory diagnosis of ascariasis.


The “Ascaris” program is used for one month at all phases of ascariasis. The frequency of use is no more once every 3 days.
The course of treatment is not less than 10 sessions.
After the “Ascaris” antiparasitic program, the “Drainage therapy”detoxification program is recommended. A prerequisite for carrying out drainage therapy is to drink plenty of clean,a non-carbonated and unboiled water, equivalent to not less than 30 ml. per kilogram body weight per day.
It is necessary to normalize the stool: empty the intestines every day for effective elimination of parasites and their toxins.
It is advisable to combine the anti-worm program with taking infusions, or tinctures (wormwood, hairgrass, burdock root,cloves, etc.). In an overreaction of the body, enterosorbents can be used.
The criteria for cure is the disappearance of clinical appearance and the absence of helminth eggs in feces (after testing three times).


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