Pull Out Burning Flukes In The Anus When Bowel Movement

I am completely healthy and normal, 2 days ago after going to the toilet I saw a ripple, tickle in the anus pulled out a flukes about 3cm long, threw it on the ground, then saw a shrinking about 0.5cm and moved I was very confused, I wonder if there are still so many tapeworms in my body. Please consult your doctor for help. Thanks doctor. Hoang Manh Hung, Binh Thanh District

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Dear Hung
Chances are you have tapeworm infection. The structural characteristics of tapeworm include 3 parts: flukes, neck and flukes, the flukes fall out when the adult flukes matures, when the outside is out, the mobile flukes are very flexible and are a source of infection for humans.
Burn flukes about 3cm long to get out of the anus when going to the toilet
In Vietnam, there are 6 types of tapeworm that cause disease in humans, including large sizes of bovine tapeworm, up to 25m long, live up to 25 years, pig tapeworm up to 7m long, fish tapeworm up to 10m long ; small tapeworms are tiny worms only about 25 - 40mm long, rodents in rodents are about 20 - 60cm long, dog tapeworms are 10 - 70cm long
Lottery catches the whole animal Anh Nga parasite clinic
In your case, the flukes go to the anus, which means that in your body there is an adult tapeworm
You need to go to the clinic early and thoroughly treat the dangerous complications and relieve your nervousness when you have a bowel movement
Wish you happy and healthy.
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