Answers and questions on infectology
Garlic is a folk remedy! By itself, garlic does not destroy the helminth shell. In order to understand what helminths are and whether they exist at all, it is necessary to do tests: blood for antibodies to helminths, complete blood count, liver function tests, feces analysis for helminth eggs and protozoa, and consult infectious disease specialist. Self-medication is extremely dangerous.
Before establishing your diagnosis, you need to undergo additional examination and a thorough collection of complaints. First of all, I would advise to exclude hepatitis, helminthiasis, obstructive jaundice. Exacerbation of chronic herpesvirus infection is also possible. It is necessary to do additional tests, to undergo an ultrasound. I advise you to seek the medical attention of an infectious disease specialist, a gastroenterologist. If obstructive jaundice is detected during an ultrasound, see the surgeon.
In Ukraine, on November 19, 2020, the President of Ukraine has signed a decree on the mask regime, for failure to comply with which a fine is imposed. The mask can help reduce the risk of contracting infections transmitted by airborne droplets, including coronavirus infection. The mask helps protect you if you meet a sick person and also protects other people from infection if you are sick. A person in the incubation period is also contagious to others, although he/she does not have symptoms of the disease.
Hello! In order to determine the nature of the spot, it is necessary to do tests, at least, complete blood count, antibodies to borreliosis, scraping for fungus. Based on the description, it can be Gibert’s disease. But differential diagnostics with Lyme disease should still be carried out. To make a diagnosis, I advise you to visit a dermatologist. And if excluding the dermatological pathology - infectious disease specialist.
Hello! In order to make a correct diagnosis, you need to be examined. The causes of your complaints may be various diseases, such as: exacerbation of chronic herpesvirus infection, helminthic infestations, hepatitis, dysbiosis, irritable bowel syndrome. To make a diagnosis, it is necessary to do tests: complete blood count, coprogram, feces analysis for helminth eggs, antibodies to hepatitis, etc. Self-medication is dangerous.