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Digestive Disorders Amebic Dysentry is a disorder in which there is an accumulation of pus located in the liver This is usually caused by an internal parasite or organism When dealing with this liver disease there are a few symptoms to look out for Jaundice which is something that will make your skin and eyes go yellow is a symptom of Amebic Dysentry Other symptoms to look out for are chills a high fever sweating diarrhea loss of appetite weight loss abdominal pain possible joint pain and an all around basic discomfort Amebic Dysentry is caused by the same micro-organism that causes a variety of intestine infections This organism is carried through the blood stream to the liver to where the abscess is formed For starters the collection of pus is the bodies white blood cells forming to protect the liver However it collects too much and that is how the abscess is formed When you are diagnosed with amebic liver you are very likely to also have an intestinal infection from the disease as well This is not true for all cases though Most cases in which both occur are in places of high temperatures and poor sanitation Africa Latin America Southeast Asia and India have many health problems associated with the disease The most common way to get this disease is from one person to another The other most common way is through unhealthy food and badly sanitized water Not eating properly and excessive drinking will only worsen the disease There are many ways that you can help prevent getting this disease If you go to a foreign country especially in the tropics always drink purified water always peel fruit and vegetables and cook your food at any time possible If you think that you may have amebic liver you should get a liver scan and an ultrasound treatment If you are diagnosed with it the usual treatment for this is
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