Normal Results of Fecalysis?

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Under normal circumstances, the results of fecalysis will show no presence of parasites. If a person does show the presence of parasites, then the type of parasite will need to be addressed. Parasites draw on the food supply for their host and will negatively impact the hosts energy output and may affect their overall well-being. This can include affecting proper immune system function or proper function of other essential body systems and processes. The exact process for moving forward will be determined by the medical professional.
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