Can't comment on the treatments except that they work on most other
Possibly consider a reinfective state ......something in lifestyle
causing reinfection.....one sure way to check is to place in a monitored
facility and see how long the person goes without infection...then look
at the environmental stuff.....
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Sunna at tu-harburg.d400.de (An
war Sunna) writes:
}I require some help!!
}The case patient has giardiasis since almost one year. Cyst were
}in soft stool at different times.
} Intestinal symptoms are diarrhea, some abdominal cramps, bloating,
}flatulence, fatigue, and some
}weight loss. In some acute periods increased abdominal gassiness,
}vomiting, malaise, fatigue,
}and depression have been observed.
}The patient had been treated with the following therapy without
}2. Fasigyn (Tinidazol)
}3. Tiberal (Ordinazol)
}4. Tiberal (Ordinazol)
}5. Fasigyn (Tinidazol): strong treatment for 3 days. 4 tablets/night.
}All the treatments have proved to by unable to eliminate the Giardia
}parasite. After the last treatment the cyst were again detected in soft
}Are threre any suggestion on how to eliminate the parasite?. Any ideas
}about successfully combined therapies?
}I will be grateful about any suggestion
}Dr. Anwar Sunna
}Technical University Hamburg-Harburg
}Biotechnology I/ Technical Microbiology
}Tel.: ++49-40-7718 3336
}Fax.: ++49-40-7718 2909
}e-mail: Sunna at tu-harburg.d400.de