Trichinosis Medicines

Trichinosis, or as it is sometimes known, trichinellosis, is caused by eating meat infected with the larvae of a roundworm called Trichinella spiralis. These larvae can most often be found in undercooked pork or wild game, and trichinosis is common where raw or undercooked meat is eaten. Other animals that put people at risk for trichinosis include bear, boar, fox, dog, rat, wolf, horse, lion, raccoon, seal and walrus. In fact, in the United States, the highest number of trichinosis cases come from eating bear. Trichinosis is not contagious; it can only be spread through the eating of raw or undercooked meat with the Trichinella spiralis larvae in it. This disease was once very common in the United States, but is now considered to be quite rare, though still very dangerous.
Below we listed products that used to deal with Trichinosis symptoms or may have Trichinosis as side effect. All of them are in stock and may be instantly purchased through our online pharmacy website.

Prednisolone

Prednisolone

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