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Worm Eggs In Stool
Diahreah since dec. And weird, squishy, bean-like things in stool recentely. These arent worm eggs are they?
Diarrhea: If you have had diarrhea since december, you really such see a gastroenterologist (g) for a history, physical exam and probably a colonoscopy (c) you are a young woman and need to have a colitis diagnosed, or have that diagnosis excluded by the c. If you think you have a worm infection the g can get some stool and send it off to the lab to get an answer. See a g or go to the er soon for your sake. ...Read more
Very tiny, white, egg shell-looking things in stools. This isn't any kind of worm or worm eggs is it? Im afraid of that kind of stuff.
Seeing corn-like things in stool but have not eaten anything like that (or seeds) looks just like corn. This isn't worm eggs is it. Diarreah too.
Worm eggs: Are microscopic in size.Get a more detailed answer ›
I recently started having stools that smell like rotten eggs. Should I worry about this? What could this be?
Do i need to see a doctor if i consumed worm and eggs while i was eating my chocolate...I immediately got sick off of it?
Probably not: Cannot imagine why you would be eating chocolate contaminated by "worms and eggs" or what these could possibly be. Need more info for absolute advice, but if you are feeling better and have no further symptoms you should probably be ok. If you have any further symptoms or questions, see your local doctor and always better safe than sorry. Good luck. ...Read more
I normally have hard smooth stool but this past week it's been really loose ¬ all of my food is "breaking down" and has a rotten egg smell wrong?
Can pin worm eggs get in my air system in my home? I'm finding tiny white sticky egg like things all of my house when I'm cleaning/dusting..
Finished 2nd dose of albenza (albendazole) week & 1/2 ago..Its unlikely worms are still laying eggs right? Sometimes itll itch & see white but remove it &it stops
Pinworms: Two roses of Albenza (albendazole) should have been sufficient to kill the pinworms. However, if you still feel like you have a problem, go backto your doctor for another rectal swab to see if the eggs are still present.And another course of medicine is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer