Pinworms That Enter The Child’s Vagina?
Thank you for answering my previous question, the only thing I’m worried about is that my child likes pinworms that enter his vagina while my son is only 4 years old, what has to do with the membranes of his blood being broken, how come the worms can enter?? And what is the danger if the worms enter the vagina???
Hi Email. Pinworms are an infection from parasites in this case worms in the large intestine. This worm has a body length of about 5 to 13 millimeters and it lives in the large intestine of humans and then at night it will lay its eggs in the anus at night. This is what triggers itching, especially at night. These worms are easily visible around the anus and in the stool of children. They almost never come out and move into the vagina except when your child is scratching the anus, then move to the vagina.
Consult your doctor about the condition your child is experiencing for treatment and further information so that you get information that is appropriate to your child's condition. While the effect on these worms entering the vagina can cause vaginal itching, bleeding, or infection of the uterine and vaginal organs. Consult further with the doctor. Hopefully helpful, and thank you. Greetings from Alyssa