Dog Roundworm Have Not Reached The Brain?

Your question is Tran Duc Thai.
Hello Doctor, my family has some dogs and I like them very much, recently I read a lot of news about worms and tapeworms transmitted to humans, I was very worried, I was afraid that the worms would go to my brain. Dangerous, If discovered worms on his brain take medication or not have surgery? Do blood tests detect helminths, or do any tests? Hope you guys will help me, thank you doctor!
Dear Thai, Thank you for your interest and trust in the service of Anh Nga International Clinic.
Toxocara canis or Toxocara cati is a type of roundworm also known as dog roundworm or cat (folk also known as dog flukes). This type of worm will lay eggs, eggs in the feces go out into the environment. After about 1 to 2 weeks these eggs will become embryos. This is the stage that can infect humans if swallowed helminth eggs.
After swallowing the eggs into the body, the dog helminth larvae will be released, passing through the small intestinal wall and along the bloodstream to the liver, bile, lungs, central nervous system

Here, the larvae can survive in the human body for many months and then be killed by the inflammatory response of the human body The larvae will stop growing but only after they have caused damage in human organs.
In human body, dog roundworm eggs will hatch into larvae, larvae can move everywhere inside the body and to organs such as brain, eyes, liver, bile, lungs, .


Dog Roundworm Have Not Reached The Brain?

... Then it will cause Disease manifestations in these organs.
Skin itching in patients infected with dog roundworm
As dog helminths can be spread by eating and drinking, to prevent this disease you should:
- Remind family members to keep personal hygiene clean.
- Wash your hands well, preferably with soap before eating and after using the toilet

- Regularly clean your house neatly and cleanly
- Eat cooked, boiled.
- Do not let dogs go into the house regularly, do not hug, sleep with dogs, cats even if they are your pets.
- Bathe dogs and cats regularly, so deworming them regularly.
- If there are children in the family, do not let children play with dogs and cats, do not let your baby crawl on the ground (especially where dogs are often located).


Dog Roundworm Have Not Reached The Brain?

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- Do not let dogs and cats enter the growing area of vegetables, tubers, fruits of home garden to avoid worms, tapeworms from dog feces.
Treatment for dog roundworm disease varies depending on the symptoms and location of the cysts. In most cases, the doctor will use helminthic suppressants. In severe cases, the doctor may need surgery to remove the fluke cysts
At Anh Nga International Clinic, there are currently conducting testing services for blood tapeworms which can detect types of helminths such as dog roundworm, parasite on cat, eel worm, and liver fluke. , nematode worms, threadworms, small liver fluke, schistosomiasis, tapeworm, lung fluke ...
For specific advice on diseases and tests as well as more details about the price of the clinic's test, please contact the phone number: 028 38 30 23 45
Wishing you and your family good health.
DS.


Dog Roundworm Have Not Reached The Brain?

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