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Done stool analysis. What is the diagnosis?

hello Dr i just want to know from my stool Analysis what i have Exactly THIS IS MY STOOL ANALYSIS Color : Dark brown Reaction : Alkaline Consistency :Formed Odour :offensive Blood :NIL Pus: NIL MUCOUS :NIL PUS_Cells :2-4 HPF RBCs :3-5 HPF Vegetable few starch few muscle: many fats :many parasites : NIL OVA :NIL CYst : Ent .Histolytica.cyst remarks :mucous is present THX
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Dear Broken, hello
Your stool examination shows that you are suffering from parasitic infestation of Entamoeba histolytica.
Transmission of this occurs when one ingests contaminated food/water with infected faeces.
Treatment consists of taking antiamoebic after consultation of your Physican.
Pus cells indicate bacterial infection and needs antibiotic.
RBC indicate blood in stool.
Always try to take pure filtered water and take food from clean and hygeinic place.
I hope this is of help to you.
Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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