Re: worms in urine
I hit on the message to bring it up again. This is not a joke. If that young lady is from certain regions in the world she may have a parasite that can prove deadly. I hope she went to the Doctors to get meds to kill the infestation. Now, I'm in the USA, how did I get this worm in my urine. I have not traveled outside the country. The first time I saw a worm I thought that it was some type of mucus plug that had formed in my urinary tract. Easy to dismiss if you are the average clean healthy adult living in the US. Just this week when I saw it again I took a good long look. What it resembled was a thin white worm that was slightly mushed, a little pink in spots (blood), like it died and was falling apart, and it was about 2 inches long. I was still skeptical, so the next time I voided I checked the bowl again. This time there were two smaller white worms, about 1/4 inch long. Gross!!!! Right after work I went to the pharmacy and bought a natual cleanse product that had the parasitic tripple threat: cloves, walnut, and wormwood. After just one treatment three more adult?!? worms were flushed happily out, and countless tiny little monsters. Three days later I do not see any worm sign, but I will keep doing the cleanse until the full time is up. I plan on doing this again next month just to make sure. Here's the kicker: There is not much help on the internet. Most jokesters are asking if you're a dog, nice, real supportive. No, to all the Docs out there, this is not pin worms. There is nothing about this that could be a pin worm. No anal itching, no anal or vaginal signs or symptoms. No white thing in my POO. These things were thriving in my bladder, or urinary tract. And they were in there for quite a while untill I got real curious. Once again, GROSS!!! So people, do yourself a favor, check your bowls once in awhile. Just a few minutes of surfing on the internet and it turns out a lot of you have noticed these critters. How many of you have not?