Yes there is argument about the pathogenic nature of Iodamoeba. However the material about it is outdated in that these assumptions were made before the advent of subtyping.
The same can be said about blastocystis in which it was regarded as non-pathogenic until it was discovered that 11 subtypes have been identified as pathogenic. Of course there is ongoing argument. Reports of eradication of blasto support the idea of its pathogenic nature.
Iodamoeba has a very wide range of biodiversity as evidenced by Dr. Stensvold, so it is a very good chance that the type I have is pathogenic. And yes you are correct, there could be something else there but everything is pointing to parasitic disease based on the many tests I have run.
Some of this is sourced from the many reports of the Metametrix test when they did PCR testing. Many people received a PPTU diagnosis meaning they did not get a specific name but rather the DNA indicated there was protozoa. Many of these people tested further with ParaWellness in which he found varieties not tested by Metametrix.