Amebiasis is a parasitic infection caused by a microganism called Entamoeba bistolytica, more commonly known as amebas.
The main symptoms of amebic dysentery are painful abdominal cramps, loose watery stools, and gas. The stools may contain mucus and blood, and are infectious. Amebas frequently cause liver swelling and tenderness and, less commonly, abscesses in the liver.COMPLICATIONS
Since amebiasis may be confused with ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and other parasitic infections, diagnosis by a qualified medical professional is recommended. Dehydration, blood loss, and death are possible complications.HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES