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Re: How many have and haven't had success in getting diagnosis for parasites?


Well to find a specialist I did some searching online but for the parisitology specialist I just asked my family doctor cause of the issues i've been dealing with if I could have a scr1pt to go to the paristiology center and he wrote the scr1pt - for the doctor it gets me off his back so there is incentive for the doctor to give a refferal to a specialist.

I would recommend maybe finding a place before asking the family doctor so it can be easier to just get a scr1pt or referal for what it is you need. If possible i would read online about the place and see which makes sense - for example if the id doctors don't do much with parasites it may not help as much but a neurologist is at least trained to order and examine scans of the brain if you think that is a concern. They both have their advantages, if a neurologist found something in the head they might then refer to a id doctor if they can't treat it themself, if you think you know what medicine to use maybe a neuro makes sense, but it could go both ways really.
 

 
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