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Wheat/corn Intolerant?! May Be Due To Paratises Infection? Please Help

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I have been dealing with various types of gastrointestinal problems for more than a year now. I have been tested for H Pylori and did a bunch of others tests. None of them resulted in anything relevant. I recently did a test called (Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned) and a DNA test of my saliva. It came out I am extremely intolerant to Wheat and Corn. Although I stopped eating them I still feel very bloated, with nausea and constipation. I am arriving to the conclusion that I may have parasites. Does anybody know how to get a reliable diagnosis for this types of problems? Where can I find a good doctor in my area? Any web sites to recommend? Thanks!!!

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I have been dealing with various types of gastrointestinal problems for more than a year now. I have been tested for H Pylori and did a bunch of others tests. None of them resulted in anything relevant. I recently did a test called (Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned) and a DNA test of my saliva. It came out I am extremely intolerant to Wheat and Corn. Although I stopped eating them I still feel very bloated, with nausea and constipation. I am arriving to the conclusion that I may have parasites. Does anybody know how to get a reliable diagnosis for this types of problems? Where can I find a good doctor in my area? Any web sites to recommend? Thanks!!!

Cristy,

Have you actually been tested for Celiac Disease though eithther a blood antibody test or a small intestine biopsy? The DNA testing at this point is a fairly crude tool and not a prarticularly reliable indicator of the presence of specific diseases.

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Cristy,

Have you actually been tested for Celiac Disease though eithther a blood antibody test or a small intestine biopsy? The DNA testing at this point is a fairly crude tool and not a prarticularly reliable indicator of the presence of specific diseases.

Yes, I did the celiac panel blood test and it came out negative. I honestly do not think I became extremely intolerant to wheat and corn all of the sudden. I first got sick, with sudden severe abdominal cramps, when I was traveling abroad. After weeks of nausea, pain, loss of appetite and loss of weight the doctors did not come up with any specific diagnosis (did CT, MRI, Pipida scan, ecography, gastroscopy, colonoscopy); I was just treated for intestinal bacteria. Now, after 14 months since that episode, I have more appetite and gained back some weight but I still feel very bloated with constipation and abdominal pain on the upper-right of my navel.

This together with the fact that I feel often tired and occasionally as if I had the temperature made me thinking I might got infected with parasites. But I was told it is not easy to detect them. What should I do? Should I get an appointment with a naturopathic doctor? Maybe they have a different approach to this kind of problems. Thanks for your help!

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I have been dealing with various types of gastrointestinal problems for more than a year now. I have been tested for H Pylori and did a bunch of others tests. None of them resulted in anything relevant. I recently did a test called (Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned) and a DNA test of my saliva. It came out I am extremely intolerant to Wheat and Corn. Although I stopped eating them I still feel very bloated, with nausea and constipation. I am arriving to the conclusion that I may have parasites. Does anybody know how to get a reliable diagnosis for this types of problems? Where can I find a good doctor in my area? Any web sites to recommend? Thanks!!!

Part of your problems may be parasites but laboratory tests for parasites which affect the digestive system are very poor. I worked in medical labs for years and often did the tests and found parasites in only about 1% of the samples. The Center for Disease Control has been warning the medical community that parasite infestation is much more common than was thought because the tests are just not able to find them. Because I have a damaged intestine I seem to pick up parasites very easily so routinely do herbal parasite programs to get them out. You might want to look at the Parasite forum at Curezone. Years ago while studying for my degree it was know then that parasite infestations caused people to develop allergies.

But there are other causes you might want to explore. Apparently you had an intestinal infection which left you with lingering problems. It may have damaged the intestinal wall and allowed food antigens into the body resulting in food allergies. It most likely left you with an unbalanced intestinal flora with toxin producing bacteria and yeasts over-growing your normal healthy intestinal organisms. Drs have their treatments for this but I and many others have found alternative treatments and programs are necessary to cope with this.

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Part of your problems may be parasites but laboratory tests for parasites which affect the digestive system are very poor. I worked in medical labs for years and often did the tests and found parasites in only about 1% of the samples. The Center for Disease Control has been warning the medical community that parasite infestation is much more common than was thought because the tests are just not able to find them. Because I have a damaged intestine I seem to pick up parasites very easily so routinely do herbal parasite programs to get them out. You might want to look at the Parasite forum at Curezone. Years ago while studying for my degree it was know then that parasite infestations caused people to develop allergies.

But there are other causes you might want to explore. Apparently you had an intestinal infection which left you with lingering problems. It may have damaged the intestinal wall and allowed food antigens into the body resulting in food allergies. It most likely left you with an unbalanced intestinal flora with toxin producing bacteria and yeasts over-growing your normal healthy intestinal organisms. Drs have their treatments for this but I and many others have found alternative treatments and programs are necessary to cope with this.

Thanks a lot. Your reply reassures me. Do you know of any good cleansing products? I am currently using Colonix and would like to get something natural that works against parasites. I have read about the products of Dr. Hulda Clark. Are they good? Thanks

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