Do You Live In Areas Where Dogs Are Infected With Schistosomiasis?

Hello doctor, in the area where I live, I keep a lot of dogs or go outside, sometimes I play at the door of the house and come close and direct contact with me, when my hands were covered with saliva of it, the doctor let me ask so I have larvae on my hands so I can catch dog tapeworms. My name is Phat, I'm 20 years old. The doctor answered for me.
Reply:
Hi Phat, thanks for your question
Toxocara canis or Toxocara cati is the name of a type of roundworm commonly known as roundworm, cat or people also known as dog flukes. These types of worms will lay their eggs and then the eggs move along the stool into the environment. After 2-3 weeks these eggs will mature into embryos. This can be said to be the stage of infection for humans if accidentally swallowed worm eggs. After being swallowed eggs into the body, these worm larvae will be released and moved through the intestinal wall to the bloodstream to the lungs, liver, central nervous system

Here the larvae that can live in the human body for up to several months later will suffer the inflammatory reaction of the human body to destroy it The larvae will stop growing when they have caused damage to the tissues, in the human body the dog roundworm larvae will turn into larvae that can move throughout the body to the eyes, brain, liver and lungs. That will cause disease symptoms in these organs.


Do You Live In Areas Where Dogs Are Infected With Schistosomiasis?

. In your case, if you have been infected with helminth larvae, you need to clean, change clothes, limit contact with pets dogs and cats to avoid the risk of infection. To be more careful for your health, you should be tested once every year to see if your body is infected with any helminths in the blood to detect and prevent comprehensive helminths.
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