Abdominal Pain With Small Liver Fluke Infection?

I often suffer from digestive disorders, indigestion sometimes anorexia, sometimes abdominal pain, so I went to the test to check for small liver fluke. The doctor let me ask if the infection of small liver fluke is usually RLTH. My name is Tien.

Hello Tien, thank you for your question.
About small liver fluke is widely distributed all over the world. The reservoir of small liver fluke is the main human host and some animals such as cats, dogs, mice and intermediate hosts are snails.
For small liver fluke when it invades the liver tissue, the young tapeworm will develop into adult tapeworm then it lays eggs with the bile pathways excreted externally, following feces into the water and then transmitted through Sugar that feeds on raw fish containing cysts
When people and animals eat the uncooked cyst larvae, the larvae move into the stomach, duodenum and then go back to the liver and it develops into parasitic liver fluke and causes disease in honey.
Small liver fluke will have symptoms of pain around the liver, digestive disorders (indigestion, anorexia) in addition to manifesting jaundice, darkening of the liver or liver cirrhosis depending on the degree sick

The cause of frequent gastrointestinal disorders is due to intestinal inflammation, irritable bowel wall, hepatobiliary disease which affects the digestive tract absorption of substances, causing digestive disorders
Your case should go to clinic centers, specialized tests for parasites, tests for small liver fluke, for advice and more effective treatment.
Wish you health!
Ds.


Abdominal Pain With Small Liver Fluke Infection?

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