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Most parasites live in soil or in water and feed on the water and nutrients in the soil. Some parasites may live in your body, such as hookworms and tapeworms. A few parasites, such as whipworms, are on the skin of infected animals. The most common way a person gets an infection is by having a mosquito bite or by eating food contaminated with a parasite. A parasite may also come from the water or air, or be ingested by an infected person. It is important to get all possible medical care for all parasites in your household. If you have a family history of parasites, see your physician. Here are several articles I have published: In addition to having a physician, you should have a household doctor who understands the medical aspects of the parasites you are dealing with and how you may want to treat them.
Here are some questions that may help you to determine which treatment option is best for you and your household: Do the parasites cause harm to your child or animals? If you are a parent and you live in an area with no children and you are worried about a possible case of parasite-related illness, you need to see your pediatrician.