How Do Helminths Spread The Disease?

Hello doctor, I want to ask the way transmission of helminths to others like?
The helminth is transmitted mainly by direct contact with the earth, worm eggs, and through the faeces of infected people. Adult worms that develop in the intestines can produce thousands of helminth eggs every day. In poor sanitary places, these eggs contaminate the area. This can happen in many ways:
Tapeworm eggs stick to vegetables that are not well cooked, washed or peeled, orally into the body, and then develop into adult worms.
Worm eggs are introduced into the body through contaminated water.
Tests of helminths
Worm eggs are introduced through children's toys that have been contaminated with earthworm eggs, and then put their hands in their mouths without washing their hands.
In addition, hookworm larvae hatch in the soil, then the larvae are released into an active form that penetrates the human skin. Human infections with hookworms are predominantly skin-to-skin contact, with barefoot walking on contaminated soil as a major cause


About helminths is not spread directly from person to person, or can be infected with fresh feces, because eggs pass through the feces takes about 3 weeks to mature in the soil before being able to infect Because worms, when infected in the body, do not multiply in the human host, reinfection occurs only when exposed to infection stages in the environment.
People at risk of infection: Preschool children, school-age children, women in the reproductive period (including pregnant and lactating women), working people in constant contact with sandy soil.


How Do Helminths Spread The Disease?

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Accordingly, people can remove worms every 6 months, eat boiled and drink boiled water, and clean the place to live. This intervention can reduce the incidence of the disease by reducing the number of worms by 20 -50%. Therefore, you need to see a specialist for advice and treatment according to the most reasonable regimen.
DS. Nguyen Thi Thuy

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