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I am suffering from amoebiasis. Is there any possible treatment ?

HiI am a 48 year old man, non diabetic, non hypertensive active. I contracted amoebiasis about 16 years ago and it still haunts me regularly. I get urge to pass motions immediately after I eat anything. I can not digest maida, basin and boiled pulses! Travelling has become a nightmare for me! Is there any way out?
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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Hi Shiv,
Have you gone for stool test? if ova or cyst are found you have to go for anti amoebic course,not once but 2-3 times at the interval of one month,so that the drug reach deep in whole intestinal tract.
If you have allergy to food you mentioned may cause some problem.
You take b complex,lacto bacilus sachets and some enzyme syrup which will definitely
solve your problem.
You do abdominal exercise to increase peristalsis.
ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 31 May 2011
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