Welcome to the concept that YOU control your health destiny

As such, YOU are entitled to all the information you seek about the current state of your health. PWR is here to help you do just that. PWR exists as a private membership association. You sign a request to be a Member protecting your right to investigate and manage your health as you see fit. As a member you are entitled to submit specimens for parasite analysis and to receive the results along with recommendations to improve your health in light of the findings.

PWR is not affiliated with any program of insurance and as a private membership association (PMA) the results of all research are provided directly to you or through your designated health care provider.

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YOU control your health destiny. As such, YOU are entitled to all the information you seek about the current state of your health. PWR is here to help you.

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Frequently Asked Question

An organism that uses another organism (called the host) for some aspect of its life cycle is considered a parasite. An example is the single celled protozoan Giardia. It inhabits the intestinal tract of wild animals. Their excrement enters the water supply. Water treatment doesn’t always kill this organism so when we drink water containing this parasite it now enters the human intestine, reproduces and causes abdominal discomfort and loose, foul smelling stools.

There are thousands of parasites and more are being discovered every year. Those that we know infect humans number in the hundreds.

It depends on the type of parasite. Some come from the bite of certain insects. Others enter through food or liquids. A few can penetrate the skin, or other body orifices when going barefoot or swimming. Pets and domesticated animals can be a source of infection.

Inflammation and possibly destruction of the tissues in which the particular parasite inhabits are the main problems. For example in the gut, one or more symptoms of irritable bowel such as nausea, gas, bloating, cramping, constipation or diarrhea may occur.

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Blastocystis Hominis Infection Update

Blastocystis hominis is reported to be the most frequently found protozoan in stool samples. It has a worldwide distribution and its presence in symptomatic and asymptomatic people has created a great deal of discussion regarding whether or not to treat it. It…