Table of contents:
- Preparations for parasites in the human body
- How to choose funds
- Synthesized drugs
- Herbal preparations
- Products for children
- Products for pregnant women
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Preparations for parasites in the human body
The human body can contain a huge number of various parasites, which are localized in the internal organs. Parasites, surviving at the expense of another organism, cause many diseases and can cause irreparable harm to the human body. It is this circumstance that led to the development of drugs against parasites, which are currently presented very widely.
The human body can contain a huge number of various parasites, which are localized in the internal organs.
How to choose funds
Remedies for parasites in the body can be universal, i.e. aimed at destroying various types of microorganisms, and individual - destroying a certain group of parasites. To choose the necessary drug, you should first of all find out what kind of parasite has settled in the human body.
The most famous parasitic organisms are worms (otherwise - helminths), which are divided into two main types:
- Nematodes (round).
- Flat: cestodes (tape) and trematodes (flukes).
Remedies for parasites in the body can be universal, i.e. aimed at destroying various types of microorganisms, and individual - destroying a certain group of parasites.
However, worms are not the only parasitic organisms that can take root in the human body. The most common types are:
- candida fungi.
The most famous parasitic organisms are worms (otherwise - helminths).
Parasites can be localized in the intestines or other organs (liver, muscles, lungs, etc.), and with the help of the bloodstream they can be carried to any part of the body. Depending on the location of the parasites in humans and their type, it is determined which drugs will be selected for treatment. When choosing drugs, the following factors are also taken into account:
- the degree of organ damage;
- the intensity of invasion in the body;
- duration of infection;
- the level of intoxication with parasites.
Depending on the location of the parasites in humans and their type, it is determined which drugs will be selected for treatment.
However, if the disease has become chronic, and the parasites or their larvae are distributed throughout the body, a three-stage treatment regimen should be applied:
Stage 1 - preparatory. Includes a person's transition to a healthy diet, measures to improve immunity, and the elimination of background processes. Apply (depending on localization):
- preparations based on vegetable oils: Enterosgel, Allohol;
- to cleanse the gallbladder: Metacin, Sorbitol, No-shpa;
- to relieve intoxication: Polysorb, Smecta, Enterosgel;
- to protect the liver: Carsil, Legalon.
Stage 2 - antiparasitic drug therapy. Includes two main groups of drugs:
- synthesized agents;
- herbal preparations.
Stage 3 - fixing. Measures are being taken to strengthen the human immune system, to prevent the appearance of new parasites in the body. Prescribed drugs that restore the functions of the organs of the kidneys, liver, gastrointestinal tract, lungs, as well as the exchange and assimilation of vitamins and nutrients.
To cleanse the gallbladder, No-shpa is prescribed.
To relieve intoxication, Polysorb is prescribed.
To protect the liver, doctors recommend taking Carsil.
There is a very wide range of antiparasitic drugs. Each of them has certain indications and limitations, as well as side effects.
The mechanism of the synthesized drugs is different, therefore their purpose is individual - they are used depending on the types and place of localization of parasites in humans.
|They are used for intestinal lesions with tape worms and other cestodes. Has a paralytic effect on parasites, reduces their resistance to enzymes of the gastrointestinal tract.|
|It is prescribed for lesions of the lymphatic system with filamentous round helminths. Causes the death of parasites, disrupting their neuromuscular function.|
|Used to treat schistosomiasis, cestodoses, trematoses. Paralyzes helminths in the body, causing their muscles to contract.|
|Used for the treatment of extraintestinal helminths, as well as for the treatment of scabies.|
Depending on the type of disease, the following tablets are prescribed:
- with lamblia - Tinidazole, McMirar, Ornidazole;
- with ascariasis - Levamisole, Pirantel, Piperazine;
- with echinococcosis - Mebendazole, Albendazole;
- with teniasis - Praziavantel, Niclosamide;
- with enterobiasis - Mebendazole (Vermax), Pirantel;
- with teniarinhoz - Praziavantel.
With echinococcosis, Mebendazole is prescribed.
With ascariasis, it is recommended to take Pirantel.
For lamblia, tinidazole is prescribed.
All pills against parasites have a rather strong effect (due to the resistance of parasites), therefore it is worth paying attention to the possible side effects of medicinal products:
- High toxicity, affecting the immune system, liver, blood cells.
- Strong intoxication. It arises due to the fact that the dead parasites begin to decompose during mass death, and drugs are not able to quickly remove them from the body.
- Long period of action. For the complete elimination of parasites, long-term medication is required, and this is harmful to the body due to a strong toxic effect.
- Wrong diagnosis and decreased immunity. The action of drugs is usually aimed at destroying a certain type of parasite. An incorrect diagnosis will reduce the positive effect of the drug to zero and, moreover, will weaken the already compromised immunity.
The drugs are produced mainly as tablets. Most of the synthesized drugs are very effective in eliminating adult parasites, but they have little effect on helminth eggs. To achieve maximum results, the drugs are repeated after 10-14 days.
To achieve maximum results, the drugs are repeated after 10-14 days.
Treatment of parasites with medications has a number of side effects, therefore it is not recommended to use them without the consent of a doctor. Therefore, most people prefer to be treated with traditional medicine.
Traditional medicine suggests using products that are free of toxicity as safe antiparasitic agents. These include:
- raw pumpkin seeds (a proven remedy that gets rid of worms and lamblia);
- fresh berries of viburnum, strawberries, strawberries, raspberries (prophylactic agent against intestinal parasites, Trichomonas, giardiasis);
- spices (garlic, pepper, dill, coriander).
Treatment of parasites with medications has a number of side effects, therefore it is not recommended to use them without the consent of a doctor.
The experience of traditional medicine shows that the use of plants is very effective in the fight against parasites:
- dandelion root;
- red clover;
- calamus root;
- paprika, etc.
However, it is not safe to self-treat with traditional medicine - many of them are based on toxic herbal remedies and ignorance of their properties can lead to a negative result. Some drugs have strong pharmacological activity or can cause allergies and are not recommended for children, as well as for pregnant and lactating women.
Therefore, doctors have developed effective natural preparations based on medicinal herbs (for example, GelmoStop). On the basis of natural raw materials, phytocidal complexes have been created, in which medicinal plants are optimally selected using modern technologies and safe proportions are observed.
Therefore, doctors have developed effective natural preparations based on medicinal herbs (for example, GelmoStop).
- use at home, without medical supervision;
- high preventive effect;
- absolute safety for humans (allowed for children from one year old);
- increasing the body's defenses;
- long-term use of the drug without harm to the body.
In addition to their healing effect aimed at destroying parasites, herbal preparations also perform a tonic and strengthening function for the entire human body. They continue to be taken after deworming to replenish the deficiency of trace elements and vitamins, increase immunity, normalize the gastrointestinal tract, and also to suppress the reproduction and vital activity of parasites.
Products for children
In pediatrics, synthetic drugs are used with caution. The safest remedies (allowed from 6 months):
However, these drugs have a narrow spectrum of antiparasitic action, so you should consult your doctor before using them.
In pediatrics, synthetic drugs are used with caution. One of the safest remedies (allowed from 6 months) is Helmintox.
Products for pregnant women
Almost all parasite remedies are contraindicated during pregnancy. The need for the use of drugs is assessed exclusively by a doctor. Piperazine tablets (for pinworms and roundworms) are allowed for use by pregnant women.
It is advisable to use any synthetic or herbal remedies against parasites in the body after consulting a specialist. If the diagnosis is not established accurately, you should not prescribe treatment for yourself - this will only lead to negative results. You should only carry out preventive measures on your own to deprive parasites of a favorable environment for life and reproduction.
Almost all parasite remedies are contraindicated during pregnancy.