Can Blood Tests Be Found For Helminthic, Helminthic?

Hello Doctor, My name is Lan, I'm 25 years old! My family raises a lot of dogs, because I like them so much, recently I read newspapers and found many reminders about parasitic worms and tapeworms that spread to humans. I feel very confused, worried, just afraid of helminths going to the brain is dangerous, whether detecting helminths in the brain, can taking all the medicine or not having surgery? And will a blood test detect if I have a helminth infection? Hope you could answer this question, thank you very much, Doctor!
Dear Lan!
Thanks for your question and interest in infection with parasitic helminths.
Toxcara canis or Toxacara cati is one of the roundworms and is often called as dog roundworm, which is commonly referred to as dogiasis. These guns will lay eggs and the eggs will follow the faeces to the environment. After about 1 to 2 weeks, these eggs will develop into embryos

. This is a period that can cause illness if swallowed helminth eggs.
After swallowing eggs into the body, the worm larvae will be released and then passed through the intestinal wall and bloodstream and then move to the liver, lungs and central nervous system. Here the larvae can also survive in the human body for many months after being killed by the body reaction so they will gradually die
These larvae will stop growing but only after they have damaged the tissue
In human body, dog roundworm eggs will develop into larvae, it can move everywhere in the body and move to organs such as lungs, liver, eyes, brain ..

Can Blood Tests Be Found For Helminthic, Helminthic?

.. Then it will cause cause some disease symptoms in these organs.
In addition, helminths can be spread by eating and drinking, when you eat foods that contain helminth larvae, so to avoid infection with parasites you should:
Keep clean and hygienic.
Wash your hands well, preferably with soap before preparing food and after using the toilet.
Cook cooked food thoroughly, drink clean water, especially drink boiled water

Regularly clean indoor areas
Do not allow pets to enter around the house, do not hug, kiss or sleep with dogs or cats even if they are your pets.
Bathe and cats should be bathed regularly and dewormed regularly for those pets.
Families with young children should not let children play with dogs, do not let children crawl on the ground.
Limit cats and dogs from growing vegetables in the backyard to avoid getting larvae from dog feces.

Can Blood Tests Be Found For Helminthic, Helminthic?

To treat parasitic helminth infections there will be different regimens each patient will have different symptoms and the location of the cysts will also vary. Most of them have been used with drugs to eliminate helminths. In some of the worst cases, surgery may be needed to remove the cysts.
Currently, it is common to deploy and conduct testing services to find out helminths, in which blood can develop types of helminths such as: helminths, dog roundworms, cat parasites, dendritic worms, liver flukes large, fluke, schistosomiasis ..
For specific advice, you should go to Testing centers, Clinics to be consulted by doctors in more detail and more detail.
DS. Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan.

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