Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by grampositivecocci, Jul 21, 2005.
my stool wasn't liquid and green in color....
hurrah for giardia you fucking parasitic cunt.
jesus christ peal
i will allow it just so others can get ill like me
If theres guy here who want to lose weight, I recommend giardia
I prefer mono to tell you the truth
oh, and IBunclejohn
i lost 25 lbs on mono
all muscle though
uhh, its actually relatively common. apparently like 25% of the people who have it are asymptomatic and just spread it around.
I actually ate at hungry jacks, which is your burger king. I got the 1 dollar cheeseburgers, some pimply little fag probably didnt wash their hands.
what the hell? I've had lots of liquid shits lately too, they are fucking explosive little shits... is that a parasite?!
no not always mate
there a fever at all?
color of stool?
no to all that, it's like a bubbly yellow? wtf
It only happens on somedays, like today nothing was wrong and I felt fine. Other days I'll be in the bathroom every hour with almost no bowel control
I once had white shit
ur next mr hypochondriac
I've had dark green liquidy shit lately too
once a while
but I jsut got a blood test and doctor said nothing
I would say this is most likely due to some disagreement with food and not a parasite.
send some to me
I pretty much eat the same foods everyday, that's why it's hard to beleive
i've heard that most cases of giardia are asymptomatic or like barely symptomatic such that people dont even know they have it and spread it around
Giardia is sometimes also known as "bever fever"
There was one year where the city I grew up in was on a boil water alert (this was during the thanksgiving weekend) where the drinking water supply was found to be infested with giardia caused by avian fecal matter.
I apologize for anyone who are losing their lunches at this point because of this post
this could have something to do with your 8k bulk dude, I'd get that shit checked out
(If you were in Australia and it was free)
just to nasty up this thread some more:
Cysts are resistant forms and are responsible for transmission of giardiasis. Both cysts and trophozoites can be found in the feces (diagnostic stages) . The cysts are hardy and can survive several months in cold water. Infection occurs by the ingestion of cysts in contaminated water, food, or by the fecal-oral route (hands or fomites) . In the small intestine, excystation releases trophozoites (each cyst produces two trophozoites) . Trophozoites multiply by longitudinal binary fission, remaining in the lumen of the proximal small bowel where they can be free or attached to the mucosa by a ventral sucking disk . Encystation occurs as the parasites transit toward the colon. The cyst is the stage found most commonly in nondiarrheal feces . Because the cysts are infectious when passed in the stool or shortly afterward, person-to-person transmission is possible. While animals are infected with Giardia, their importance as a reservoir is unclear.
ventral sucking disk
tell me about it
giardia, ulcers and now GERD....my stomach hates