Can Worm Larvae Become Contagious If You Don’t Wash Your Hands After Handling Your Dog?
I want to ask r nI am holding my dog and then I just wash my hands only with water. Can I get tapeworm larvae? R nWhen do tapeworm larvae hatch and cause symptoms? R nThen are there any serious symptoms and whether cause a dangerous disease? r nThen can tapeworms be removed with traditional materials? then does the examination take many stages or costs a lot to be incurred? r n r nPlease answer immediately, Doctor !!!
Infection due to tapeworms is called taeniasis. Tapeworms are a type of parasite, which are organisms that attach themselves to other organisms in order to survive. Tapeworms usually live in humans or animals such as dogs, pigs, or cows. There are three types of taeniasis, depending on the type of worm that infects:
tania saginata (beef tapeworm) taniea solium (pork tapeworm) tania asiatica (asian tapeworm) A person can become infected with tapeworms when they ingest tapeworm eggs or larvae found in the flesh of an infected animal (which is not cooked thoroughly or is raw) or consuming food or drinks contaminated with tapeworm-infected animal feces. So if you only touch a dog, it is not sufficient to infect it. But you should wash your hands with soapy water thoroughly after touching any animal to avoid disease.
When ingested, the larvae of the tapeworms will migrate to the small intestine and reproduce into adult worms, and the eggs will be excreted through the feces. In cacaing taenia saginata, it takes about 2 months to develop into adult worms. These adult worms can move to the anus and lay eggs to contaminate human feces. Adult worms can also migrate to other organs, causing infection in the nervous system and brain.
Symptoms are usually mild, such as diarrhea, headaches, nausea, fatigue and difficulty sleeping. However, in a more serious condition, this disease can cause fever, jaundice, and seizures.
The diagnosis of taeniasis can be confirmed by examining the stool to confirm the type of worm that is infecting. In addition, in more serious cases, there may be blood tests, liver function tests or a CT scan or MRI scan to see if there is taeniasis infection in the organs. The fees charged depend on where the patient is checked out.
Regarding treatment, doctors usually prescribe oral drugs such as praziquantel, albendazole or niclosamide. Until now, there is no traditional medicine that is considered effective in killing the tapeworm cycle in the human body.
we attach the following information about tapeworms:
Tapeworm infection in the human body can occur without realizing it