Black, Thin Worms Found In and On Body: Medical Consultation Advised

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“I have black, thin worms and clear ones all over and in my body”, writes this reader in their submission regarding the white organism pictured below. “Can you help me identify these? The doctors say they are not there. There are also long thin clear white ones. Thank you so much.” Right off the bat, we will need to inform our reader that we will unfortunately not be able to identify these worms. The reason for this is because they have explicitly stated that they have been found inside her body and that they have consulted a doctor about them. As such, we have to assume that this situation is potentially medical in nature, and because we are not medical professionals, we are thus neither qualified nor legally able to identify such worms.

With that said, we will still help our reader in the way that we can, which is to point them in the direction of some medical professionals who will be able to identify these worms and provide the help they may need. Whenever any of our readers come to us about worms they find inside their bodies, we always recommend that they speak with a medical parasitologist. It is not uncommon for people’s primary care doctors to not be able to identify such creatures, as they typically do not receive training in that area: that is likely why our reader’s doctor said they were not there. It is unfortunate that this is the case, and past readers have even been ridiculed by their doctors, solely because they are not able to identify their issue.

So, the reason we recommend medical parasitologists is because they specialize in identifying and treating health issues caused by organisms. They will take our reader seriously and provide the aid they need and want. What we can recommend is that our reader do one or more of the following:
1) Search for a medical parasitologist in their area using this directory of medical parasitology consultants: https://www.astmh.org/for-astmh-members/clinical-consultants-directory.
2) Search for a local parasitologist by doing a Google search for “medical parasitologist (name of the closest big city)” or “tropical medicine specialist (name of the closest big city)”.
3) Get in touch with Dr. Omar Amin at the Parasitology Center at https://www.parasitetesting.com.
4) Contact Dr. Vipul Savaliya of Infectious Disease Care (“IDCare”) at idcarepa.com.
We should note that both Dr. Amin and Dr. Savaliya are available for online consultation, so our reader does not need to be in the vicinity of their physical offices to get help!

To conclude, we are unfortunately not able to identify the worms our reader is asking about, because of the fact that we are not medical professionals. We wish we could help more, but we hope that the resources provided will come to use, and that our reader is able to get the help they may need as soon as possible. We wish them the very best!

 

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Black, Thin Worms Found In and On Body: Medical Consultation Advised
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Black, Thin Worms Found In and On Body: Medical Consultation Advised
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"I have black, thin worms and clear ones all over and in my body", writes this reader in their submission regarding the white organism pictured below. "Can you help me identify these? The doctors say they are not there. There are also long thin clear white ones. Thank you so much." Right off the bat, we will need to inform our reader that we will unfortunately not be able to identify these worms. The reason for this is because they have explicitly stated that they have been found inside her body and that they have consulted a doctor about them. As such, we have to assume that this situation is potentially medical in nature, and because we are not medical professionals, we are thus neither qualified nor legally able to identify such worms.
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2 thoughts on “Black, Thin Worms Found In and On Body: Medical Consultation Advised

  1. To me it looks like Morgellons. I had it myself, and was the start of a nightmare. It is basically nano technology and should be destroyed with MMS and zapping. You may believe me or not. It is a well meant advice. It took me long time to figure out, it is a stigmatized and hidden disease.

  2. That looks like what I get in my hair and smaller thread under my nail. Possible horse hair worm. I cut my hair all off and will be going to a dermatologist in a few weeks.

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