In the latest installment of our article series on how to spot the parasites in plants, we’ll examine some common symptoms of parasitic infection in the environment.
The parasite is an opportunistic, life-sucking microbe that can be found in many organisms including plants and animals, but is most commonly found in aquatic environments.
While most parasitic diseases are caused by an infection of the host organism, some are caused directly by the host and can be transmitted by eating contaminated foods or water.
Here are some of the more common signs of a parasite infection in humans.
Parasitic infection of your gut The signs of an infection in your gut include cramping, diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, bloaters, and gas in your belly.
This can indicate a gastrointestinal (GI) infection, which can be life-threatening.
In addition, the presence of a stool sample in your stool can indicate that you have an infection from an infection within your intestines, which is the most common cause of a bacterial or fungal infection in people.
Other signs of bacterial or fungus infection include: bloating in your stomach