Amoebiasis can range from mild diarrhea to dysentery. It can cause cysts in your liver. I would've expected more white blood cells (WBC) in your stool if you were infected. Likewise, I wonder what made your doctor comment about blood in your stool (unless you're the same person who wrote in another community about 0-1 RBC. Was it hemoccult positive? Best to go back for clarification. If there really is blood in your stool, you'll need a colonoscopy & EGD (esophagoduodenoscopy) for a complete evaluation. Good luck!
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