My 18 year old daughter has psoriasis. She's had psoriasis for the past 4 years. Her psoriasis is the aggressive kind that started off as severe dandruff and then after the first application of steroid cream progressed downward to her face neck and her back.
She did a Food Intolerance Test and we found she is intolerant to gluten, dairy, eggs, asparagus, banana, among other foods.
She generally avoids the above foods and she now has psoriasis mainly on her scalp, i.e. her psoriasis is in check when she avoids foods she is intolerant to.
Recently a live blood analysis showed many parasites (rice grain shaped) in her blood. There were about 50 of these parasites (toxoplasma gondii?) to one red blood cell! (We keep dogs, and at one point in our lives prior to her getting psoriasis, we had kittens).
I freaked out of course. The attending doctor was not able to confirm what the parasite was. We went on to do blood tests that indicated that she was NOT infected. However the live blood analysis showed she had plenty of some parasite!
My daughter is tired a lot. She finds concentration difficult. She complains her legs and arms hurt. She has low energy levels. At 5ft 5in, she weighs about 37 kg, she is very underweight.
She also has a yeast infection, her panties often have a discharge on them, white to yellowish in colour and powdery.
I am keen to start her on a program to get rid of the parasites. I am aware that given the huge number of parasites in her, getting rid of them first is not the best option.
I'm sure her liver is overburdened with toxins as it is and hesitate to embark unknowingly on a detox that will kill the parasites and overburden the liver further.
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