Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic disease caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii. It infects most animals and causes human parasitic diseases, but the primary host is the felid (Cat family). People usually get infected by eating raw or undercooked meat, or more rarely, by contact with cat faeces.

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Toxoplasmosis Symptoms

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Signs and symptoms
... Most often, you won''t know that you''ve contracted toxoplasmosis, although some people may develop signs and symptoms similar to those of the flu or mononucleosis, such as: Body aches Swollen lymph n...
Source: MayoClinic

Causes
... T. gondii is a single-celled parasitic organism that can infect most animals and birds. But because it reproduces sexually only in cats, wild and domestic felines are the parasite''s ultimate host. T....
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Toxoplasmosis Prevention

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Prevention
... Although effective therapy is available for toxoplasmosis, all treatments have side effects and may not protect an unborn child. That''s why the best approach is prevention. These precautions can help...
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Toxoplasmosis Treatment

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Complications
... If you have a strong immune system, you''re not likely to experience any complications of toxoplasmosis, although otherwise healthy people sometimes develop eye infections. But if your immune system i...
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Treatment
... Most healthy people don''t require any treatment for toxoplasmosis. But if you''re otherwise healthy and have signs and symptoms of acute toxoplasmosis, your doctor may prescribe the following drugs: ...
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Toxoplasmosis Other

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Overview
... Toxoplasma gondii is one of the world''s most common parasites. In the United States alone, it''s estimated that more than 60 million people have toxoplasmosis, the infection the parasite causes. Most...
Source: MayoClinic