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How to Check to See if you STILL HAVE a Parasite Infection
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Published: 4 years ago

How to Check to See if you STILL HAVE a Parasite Infection

Alot of moronic doctors order blood tests for White Blood Cells with Differential to check your Eosinophil levels, if it's in the normal range they tell you there's no parasite infection.

The real test, however, is Immunoglobulin E, an antibody that will be elevated during a parasite infection. Me personally I have had a parasite infection for the past 4 months, and the entire time my Eosinophils were in the Normal Range, but I got a blood test for IgE levels and it was through the roof, Hyper Elevated Immunoglobulin E at more than double the normal range.

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