Several non-pathogenic protozoa inhabit the intestinal. The non-pathogenic protozoa can be divided into two groups: amebae and flagellates. Protozoa are a diverse group of unicellular eukaryotic organisms, many of which are motile. They are restricted to moist or aquatic habitats. That can be flagellates, ciliates, and amoebas. A total of 396 people were recruited. 148 (37.37%) were male and 248 (62.62%) were female. Complete data were collected from all participants who had provided stool and blood samples as well as answered the questionnaires.
Prevention of the disease is by separating food and water from faeces and by proper sanitation measures. There is no vaccine. For treatment to be effective against all stages, it may require a combination of medications. Infections without symptoms do not require treament but infected individuals can spread the parasite to others and treatment can be considered. To help prevent the spread of the disease around the home:
•Wash hands thoroughly with soap
•Clean bathrooms and toilets often; pay particular attention to toilet seats and taps.
•Avoid sharing towels or face washers.