Does My Child Have Colic Infection With Fasciolosis?

Hello Doctor, Please ask: this year my 16-year-old child has frequent dull abdominal pain, fatigue, anorexia and itchiness, jaundice, according to me, I have learned in many places that I find these symptoms similar to Fascioliasis. The doctor let me know where the disease is treated and how to prevent it at home. Seek medical advice helps. Thank you !
Firstly, I'm pretty thankful for your question. Currently, the parasite infection is almost common, in addition, people infected with fascioliasis are caused by ingesting aquatic vegetables, water spinach, raw vegetables containing larvae of liver fluke. have not been washed or ingested properly cooked animal organs. Flukes of the liver are parasitic mainly in animals such as buffaloes, cows and chickens including dogs, cats and snails.
As above, the liver flukes come into the liver by the eggs from the big liver fluke from the faeces of an infected person to the outside environment, into the water through the snails and developing the tail, so the patient accidentally ingests or drinks the identical cysts This will get sick

After entering the stomach, the destroyed duodenum capsule develops into larvae and moves through the liver where they secrete toxins to destroy the liver parenchyma causing liver abscess
Symptoms of the disease are as follows:
Fatigue, possibly a slight fever
Mild pain in the lower right flank, sometimes tingling abdominal pain of unknown location, liver symptoms swollen, painful.
There are often digestive disorders like anorexia, indigestion, bowel movements many times a day, loose or broken stools.


Does My Child Have Colic Infection With Fasciolosis?

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Skin allergy, manifested nodules on the skin are mainly found in the thighs, back, buttocks itching and discomfort. Some people have a long dry cough, or pain in the chest area. There are also symptoms of jaundice due to the passage of flukes into the bile ducts and development there causing biliary tract inflammation.
To make a diagnosis, ask your child whether to eat some vegetables that have not been cooked well or eat lots of snails or raw vegetables? And in the locality where we live are many people infected with liver fluke or not?
How to prevent disease at home
Should eat thoroughly cooked food, should not eat raw vegetables, if eaten must be thoroughly washed
Drink clean water, boiled water
Limit the internal organs of animals, not snails
Wash your hands well before eating and after using the toilet
In the case of your child should take your child to the Department of Parasitic Specialist to be monitored by Doctors and offer the best treatment.
Currently, science has improved by testing with ELISA reaction to get accurate results

Fascioliasis will not be dangerous if your child is treated for karma and treated promptly, the infection of large liver fluke as you suspect will end completely and will not come back
Dear my friend!
DS. Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan.

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