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1. P. acnes is found naturally in soil. The soil is rich in nutrients. 2. All forms of parasite are in the same family: Plasmodium. The species of Plasmodium parasite are generally considered the most harmful in terms of mortality and infection rates. The species of P. acnes, P. viridescens and P. tritaeniorum are also highly dangerous for humans. Plasmodium parasites, like P. acnes, are classified into five classes; they are: 1) Mycoplasma, 2) Ascaris, 3) Toxoplasma, 4) Rhinoviruses and 5) Trichomonas. In the United States, most people with Plasmodium infections have a type of Mycoplasma that is not classified as a mycoplasma, and in other countries that may be an Ascaris. The CDC has classified Trichomonas as a "non-infectious" disease. Trichomonas has been found in the stool of nearly all people who have been infected with parasites. The only thing that will help prevent trichomoniasis in a person is to get rid of the parasite and keep the stool of the person clean. This is called a "cleansing" or a "treatment". To prevent trichomoniasis, it is important to know what you're taking. Mycoplasma is a mycoplasma that is found in some people with trichomoniasis. Mycoplasma parasites are usually found in the blood.