2. A Lowered Immunity
Parasitic infections are called parasites for a reason; they do nothing good for the body in exchange for the parasitic relation, and they tend to feed off the body’s most vital resources in order to stay alive – and this is part of why parasitic infections risk making people as sick as they do.
A lowered immunity can easily be one of the first symptoms that accompanies a parasitic infection, especially a long-term one that has gone untreated for a long enough time to allow the parasite-free access throughout the body.
If you notice a fever together with a lowered immunity and other symptoms on this list, have yourself checked for tapeworm and other parasitic infections. Other symptoms might appear in a different order for everyone else, but the first onset of your symptoms can usually be traced down to a few weeks before your exposure to the tapeworm’s eggs.