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Eosinophilia. Had endometriosis, intersitial cystitis, dehydration, chronic diarrhoea. Suggestions?

I was researching eosinophilia daughter has it. She is quite ill. I was wondering if it could be connected with any meds she has taken. She is approaching 40. She has had endometriosis and been on birth control pill. She has also had intersitial cystitis and exposed to drugs for this condition. Now, she is suffering from eosinophillia...first discovered with thrush in esophagus . She dehydrates easily and suffers from chronic diarrhea. She actually came down with the eosinophillia after a trip to Spain, a few years ago. I will get back with you / pay on Wed when my check comes. Looking forward to hearing what you know about this disease. Sorry I cannot continue until Wed. Thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Eosinophilia might not having any relation with problems she had.
there might be some allergy factors playing role in this problem, might be some internal or external allergens.
Change of atmosphere as there was a Spain trip might have some role.
There are all chances to have worm infestation as there is h/o chronic diarrhea.
In worm infestation there are maximum chances of having Eosinophilia.
Go for anti helminthiasis medicine course.
Then go for Di-Ethyl Carbamazine (DEC ) medicine course, after consulting your doctor, which will give very good response and will give cure.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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