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Diarrhea is a major cause of illness and mortality in children under 5 years of age in developing countries, including Pakistan. Approximately 3.5 billion individuals are infected with intestinal parasites and nearly 450 million suffer from clinical disease. A total of 150 samples were collected, out of 150 samples 40 were positive. The samples were collected in a clean, screw-top container labeled with the patient's name, gender. These 40 samples were shown a positive result for diarrheal tests. The data was conducted from different hospitals named al-Shifa hospital shergarh, out of 40 samples from that hospital 5 (12.5%) samples were positive. 50 samples were collected from Mardan Medical Complex (MMC) in which 12 (30%) cases were positive. out of 150 samples 20 samples were collected from Tehsil Headquarter Hospital Takht Bhai (THQ) 9 (22.5%) samples were observed positive. Out of 10 samples that were taken from Hathian Medical Center (HMC) 3 (7.5%) cases were positive. From Type. D Hospital lundkhwar out of 30 samples 11 (27.5%) were positive. Out of 40 patients, 25 were the most common male and 15 were female observed. Having percentage of male (62.5%) and female have (37.5%). we find out the ova of Ascaris Lumbriciods, Hook Worm,s T-Sagnita,and Giardia. we have examined 150 stool samples, out of 150 stool samples 64 (42.66%) Ascaris lumbricoides, 42 (28%) Hookworm, 21 (14%) T-Sagnita, 19 (12.6%) Giardia. Improvements in sanitation, limiting open-air defecation, provisions of sanitary latrines for all, and hygiene and health education were the required interventions that were instrumental in preventing these infections. Due to limited treatment options are available and poor health care facilities in study areas, the situation can irritate if remain hidden.