When a chaga parasite is found in your body, you may not have known that you had a severe infection.
The chaga bacteria is known as “the worm,” and its main symptoms are diarrhea, fever, abdominal pain, fatigue and weakness.
This is because chaga has no immune system.
It is not a vaccine-type of parasite that people are vaccinated against.
A chaga bacterium needs nutrients and oxygen to grow, and that is what it does.
The chaga that grows in your intestines does not have the right bacteria to produce oxygen.
This means that you cannot eat and breathe normally.
Once you have chaga in your system, it is extremely difficult to treat.
For the first six to eight weeks, you are in shock, you feel sick and have no idea how to get better.
Then, a doctor will give you some antibiotics.
You will need to go to a doctor for more antibiotics and then it is over.
Chaga infection is usually a mild illness, but the most common symptoms can include fatigue, weakness and fever.
In some cases, chaga infections can lead to complications like kidney failure and liver damage.
If you have been infected, you need to see a doctor immediately because you can be hospitalized for days or weeks.
What are the symptoms of chaga?
Chaga symptoms are as follows: Achy, tired, and lethargic symptoms, especially when you are sick or in a hospital bed.
Anemia or lack of iron in your blood, or when your blood is low.
Difficulty swallowing, which may lead to diarrhea and/or vomiting.
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and diarrhea.
Bloating, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea (especially when you have no food to eat).
Vomiting, diarrhea, and/o constipation.
Dizziness and/ or headache.
When is chaga diagnosed?
Chagas are usually found in small amounts in the intestines of people who have had chaga for at least six months.
When you have a chagas infection, you should see a medical doctor.
You should also see a hospital health care provider for a complete evaluation.
The most common signs and symptoms of a chagar infection include:Aching and/ Ormuseal pain in the abdomen and stomach