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Giardiasis is the name of an infectious disease caused by the Giardia lamblia parasites. It mainly infects the small intestines and can manifest itself through cysts that may affect other humans. According to most experts, one can contract giardiasis through contaminated food or water. Another form of contraction is through person-to-person contact, during sexual intercourse or in hospitals. It’s one of the most misunderstood diseases out there, with many people failing to recognize it. Thus, we’ve decided to show you all the possible symptoms and treatments. With sufficient knowledge about this disease, you may be able to notice if you or someone close to you has it. The sooner giardiasis is noticed; the easier it is to treat it.

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1. Diarrhea

When giardiasis is in its beginning stages, most people complain of diarrhea for a prolonged period. Of course, diarrhea can happen because of spoiled food, but giardiasis causes diarrhea to last for a couple of days non-stop. The stool is exceptionally watery and profuse and can often smell foul, unlike a natural odor. In this case, the best treatment would be to take some probiotics to stabilize the digestive tract. The intestinal flora will be severe damage, and you need natural bacteria to strengthen the bowel to be able to get through giardiasis. It’s not something you want to take lightly.

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