Pets Diseases Glossary and treatment


Anemia

A deficiency in the oxygen-carrying component of the blood.

Ascarids

A type of intestinal parasite, also known as a roundworm.

Intestinal Parasite

An organism (like a worm) that grows, feeds and is sheltered inside of a host organism without contributing anything to its survival.

Larvae

A newly hatched, immature stage of a parasite.

Rodents

Mammals, such as a mouse, rat, squirrel or beaver, that are characterized by large incisors adapted for gnawing or nibbling.

Ruminants

Hoofed, even-toed mammals such as cattle, sheep, goats and deer with compartmentalized stomachs.

Parasitic Zoonotic Infections (also zoonosis, zoonoses)

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Diseases where humans become infected with animal parasites.

Intestinal Worms Treatment

Although our body does have an imune response to intestinal worms, a so called Th2 response, causing inflammation of the gut and in cyst-like structures forming around the egg deposits, in most of the cases we also need external help.

If you suspect an intestinal worm infection, you should consult a doctor now.

Intestinal worms Pills

There are several pills used to treat intestinal parasites - consult a doctor to ask the right one for your case.
A single dose of Albendazole (400mg pills) can kill the adult worms;you should make sure to avoid reinfection.

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Intestinal worms Home Remedy

One of the most effective home remedies is the use of coconut! Take a tablespoon of the freshly ground coconut at breakfast followed by a dose of castor oil after three hours - this should expell all kinds of intestinal worms.

Garlic was used from ancient times, and it's still used in modern times - both fresh garlic, and garlic oil can do the trick.
If you cannot swallow the garlic, simply place a couple of cloves of fresh garlic in your shoes: as you walk, they will be crushed, absorbed and transported via the bloodstream.

Grated carrot: offensive to all intestinal parasites, grated carrot should be taken in the morning, without other added meal.

Papaya seeds: They contain a very effective substance called caricin.
Savory oil, in combination with pumpkin seed oily extract, a great remedy that eliminates intestinal worms

Intestinal worms treatment by diet

Treatment can start with a diet:
Step 1: exclusive diet of fresh fruits (5-7 days)
Step 2: ell-balanced light diet consisting mainly of fruits, vegetables, milk and wholemeal bread - avoid fatty foods at all costs
Repeat the steps until the worms are eliminated.You should avoid re-contaminating yourself - see How to prevent an infection with intestinal worms for more information.

Intestinal Parasites: Preventing an infection

Find out what needs to be done in order to prevent an infection.
Basically all you have to do is take care of yourself a little better.

Wash your hands; wash all fruits and vegetables you use.
Avoid eating uncooked meat
Avoid swallowing or drinking the water while swimming
Don't abuse antibiotics - they kill friendly bacteria and by that, make the proliferation of parasites easier
Drink pure water.

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