Deflect what? CDC says getting flukes in the States is extremely rare as in next to impossible. That doesn't mean other things aren't rare to get, but there is rare and there is extremely rare.
Nothing you say is backed up by any science. You're just taking the word of your own personal experience and from others who have been frustrated by thinking they have something that they can't get confirmed by legit doctors or tests. If the parasites are big enough to be seen in the toilet amongst undigested food and other muck with your own eyes being in a compromised state of health, then the parasites would be big enough to be seen under a microscope by experts.
In the meantime, you're encouraging people to think they have some exotic condition giving them health problems when the odds are that the answer is something simple. Bad health causes people to become desperate looking for answers. That's when it can become harmful.
None of you leave the possibility open that you might be misdiagnosed? I basically was with another condition, but I was open minded enough to at least try a different route and I got cured of my main illness within a week.
It really doesn't matter what condition you got, if you're going down a certain route and it's not working, what else has to happen and how long are you going to wait before you try a different route? I'm sure glad I tried a different route.