Do you love your animals?
Some of us love them & make them as sick as we are!
Whoops I just sneezed at you, did you get my disease, I sure hope not!
Whoops did you swallow my sneeze, uh oh, I don’t know it’s real name, so I hope you didn’t get Whoops Disease.
Whoops is a disease that is some sort of waterborne microscopic organism with so many normal symptoms that your ignorant doctors make misdiagnosis repeatedly for other diseases.
The symptoms are listed in the following pages, they effect humans and animals. Do you love your animals?
I love mine, and made him as sick as me! But his vet has the treatment, that saline was added to, for the general treatment of parasites. Because sneezing on him has made his health as horrid as mine, well maybe my males. Whoops disease symptoms for males and females are different, here’s one link to find out the details I’ve lived with. Animals can get this from humans also. My Mystin displays the male symptoms, and he’s still alive, maybe because he got one ‘weak parasite treatment correctly at the veterinary office, but he needs the concentrate multiplied by 10.
A clear sign for animals is the single long cut on the front canines, that begins AFTER SNEEZES, THE TEETH which WILL HEAL FINE if the long cuts are cleaned 3 to 6 times before they start healing, with the pet toothpaste & infant brush, AND allowed to fully heal with no touching, if the skin is broken by finger nail or toothbrush after they start healing, then the poor animal has a yucky canine. If the tooth is not brushed the teeth can starve the critter or they can heal with yuck in them.
THE SNEEZES which can KILL when the animal has them repetitiously and cannot sleep, THE SYMPTOMS LIVE A TIMELINE OF EVENTS OVER YEARS OF TIME. But there is also the food. Being unable to eat and the sneezes are death dealing. The itchy problems are more advanced with the animals because the critters like cats and dogs with fur covered skin have hair that means only claws dig through to itch their skin. Thus the scabs from the itching grow with the itchiness, and I hope my animal gets correct treatment before a painfully raw scratch causes and infection that leads to death through an attack or an blood disease.
THE HUMAN SYMPTOMS ARE THE ANIMALS SYMPTOMS, but the animals can die from poor teeth possibly and from lack of sleep with sneezing. And there are side effects that alter the body compositionally and because of multiple thoughts on this disease I now am assuming that this is a technologically advancing disease.