How To Know If Itchy Skin Is Caused By Prickly Worms Or Dog Flukes?
Q: My name is Lâm Quân, 28 years old this year. At present, I have constant itching, I often use allergy medicine to cut the itch, my friend showed the same itch, and went to check if I was infected with a prickly worm. Dendritic worms are not doctors, but I know dog flukes also cause itchy skin. How to know if you are infected and where to treat. Please consult your doctor.
Hi Quan! Thank you for submitting this question. Your case is also one of the questions for many people who have symptoms of itchy skin without knowing the cause.
When our bodies are infected with helminths, the most noticeable manifestation is itchy skin such as: rash, persistent lesions, or red bumps that form large areas or patches throughout the body, causing Patients have to scratch to soothe the itch leaving scratches on the skin surface causing the skin to darken
Currently, helminth disease is a common disease Why is it common? Because of the environment, or the way of life, living and eating of humans, it is a condition for helminthic parasites to appear. With the methods of entering the body such as through the skin, through eating when accidentally eating worm eggs.
. They are distributed in the human body such as the digestive organs, liver, lungs, muscles, brain.
Causes of infection with dendritic worms and other helminths
Due to eating raw vegetables that are not clean, re-cooked dishes such as re-cooked Pho, rare beef, uncooked cooked food, unhygienic personal activities that accidentally bring worm eggs into the mouth.
For Dendritic Gnathostoma spp is a human parasitic disease. The size of the adult worm is 11-25mm, the male worm is 11-25mm long, the female is 25-54mm long, belonging to the roundworm parasite.
The process of developing a thorny worm
Adult worms grow
Among the main hosts in the wild such as pigs, dogs, cats and other wildlife worms live in a tumor in the stomach wall
The eggs have embryos after 1 week of being in water and the eggs dissociate into larvae
If they are eaten by a small krill, the early larvae will develop into stage 2 larvae.
After ingesting Cyclops by a fish, frog or snake (second intermediate host), stage 2 worm larvae move into the fibers and they develop into larvae in stage 3. .
Once the second intermediate host has been ingested by the main host, the larvae enter the stomach, penetrate the stomach wall and move to the liver organ, passing through connective tissue and muscle.
. After 4 weeks, the larvae move back into the stomach organs, forming tumors and developing into adult worm parasites. In these cysts, the worm lays its eggs, the eggs fall into the stomach, follow food down the intestinal tract and are excreted in the feces.
When the second intermediate host can be eaten by the host as animals: birds, snakes and frogs ... in which the 3rd stage larvae do not grow further but still infect the next predator.
Humans become infected with dendritic worms by eating animals such as undercooked fish or undercooked poultry that contain larvae in stage 3 or water contaminated with larvae in stage 2 in the Cyclops.
People ingest hosts containing third-stage larvae, which pass through the stomach, intestines to the liver and other parts of the body. Worm larvae do not develop until the adult worm stage, but only in the larval worm stage.
. Worm larvae also do not return to the stomach, so they do not form tumors, papillae in the stomach anymore, but they often move throughout the organs, causing larvae syndrome to move on the skin and internal organs. People can also be infected by worms that enter the skin
How to prevent endworm disease
To prevent disease from causing infection we can perform as well as: Using clean and hygienic water sources; Do not eat raw or undercooked seafood foods; When processing meat, eels, fish, frogs and shrimp, protective gloves should be worn to prevent worms from penetrating the skin.
Infection with dendritic worms and some parasites is one of the causes of itchy skin manifestations. To identify exactly what worm infection should take a blood test to find nematode worms, with the right treatment to achieve good results. The result is positive for dendritic worms, you should visit a specialist to treat trichinosis.
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