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Toxoplasmosis

Also called: Toxo

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Hi Have a read of this its from the Uk’s NHS, it’s the UK’s free health service for us who live here. Do have a good read of this link, the meds...
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Toxoplasmosis is an infection caused by a tiny parasite that infects birds and mammals, including humans. Cats are the only live carriers of...
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In most areas of the United States and Canada, fetal toxoplasmosis infection is rare. In the U.S., about 1 to 10 infants per 10,000 actually become...
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Medicine for toxoplasmosis is only needed when the infection affects a growing baby (fetus) or someone with a very weak immune system. So although a...
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If you are notpregnant (or not planning to be pregnant soon) and have a healthy immune system, you do not need to prevent toxoplasmosis infection. It...
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In a person with a healthy immune systemWhen first infected with toxoplasmosis, most people don't get sick. A few people have mild flu-like symptoms...
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Toxoplasmosis is a common infection found in birds, animals, and people.For most people, it doesn't cause serious health problems. But for a...
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If you are not pregnant and have a healthy immune system, you won't need treatment for toxoplasmosis. Any symptoms that develop typically go away on...
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After having toxoplasmosis once, you cannot get it again. This is because your immune system has learned how to fight it. When you are immune to...
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You can lower your risk of getting toxoplasmosis by avoiding possible sources of the toxoplasma parasite. Your risk increases if you:Eat undercooked...
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Talk to your health professional during your first prenatal exam if you are concerned about your risk factors for toxoplasmosis during pregnancy...
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Cats can only spread toxoplasmosis in their feces for a few weeks after they are first infected with the parasite. Like humans, cats rarely have...
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Since toxoplasmosis usually causes mild to no symptoms, and a healthy immune system prevents any remaining parasites in the body from causing...
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Toxoplasmosis can cause serious problems in babies since the immune system in infants is not fully mature until after birth. The babies of women who...
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Toxoplasmosis (toxo) is an infection caused by a single-celled parasite called Toxoplasma gondii. The infection is most commonly acquired from...
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