Can I Eat Tapeworms When Eating Meat With White Dots?

Hello doctor, my name is Ha, 27 years old and 18 weeks pregnant. The doctor let me ask if I ate some boiled pork a few days ago when I noticed that there were signs of strange signs of meat - small white spots on fat tissue of meat pieces. So I have the possibility of being infected with tapeworms? If needed, how do I perform a fluke test? And if the infection, how to treat? The doctor answered for me. Thank you
Hi Ha, firstly more than your question!
Cysticerosis is also a chronic disease that causes damage to the body such as the skin, muscles, brain of pigs and people caused by pig cysts. Rice is a disease in the system where parasitic diseases are transmitted between animals and humans.
Once inoculated, the larvae move through the intestinal wall into the circulatory system and travel throughout the body. After 24-72 hours after ingestion the larvae will colonize the tissues associated with the muscles. After 2 months, the larvae form a cyst with an outer covering

In the capsule, there is a white fluid, each head has 4 cues and 2 hook rings
When you find out, the pigs should be thrown away, should not be eaten to prevent infection. These fluke larvae, if unripe pig markets, can enter the body and develop.


Can I Eat Tapeworms When Eating Meat With White Dots?

. But if the meat has been cooked, it has lost its harm, only the larvae toxins that cause the most severe cases of digestive disorders.
In your case, it should be noted in the choice of food. You should not worry too much, in this case, if the pork is cooked, there is no risk of tapeworm infection.
Infection with the parasitic helminth will not directly affect the baby in the fetus. But when infected with parasites such as helminths, it affects the body to have manifestations such as nausea, loss of appetite, fatigue, anemia
. leading to maternal health is impaired and indirectly affected. to fetal development.
So you should monitor your health status after 10-15 days can visit a parasite specialist to be checked and tested by doctors.


Can I Eat Tapeworms When Eating Meat With White Dots?

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Wish you health !
DS. Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan.

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