Based on the photo and size, we believe our reader has found moth fly larva. Readers often find moth fly larvae in their kitchens, where the larvae might be feeding on decaying matter. However, there are cases where these larvae find homes in other rooms in a house (like a bedroom). To get rid of these little guys, she should clean her room thoroughly, making sure to clear out any dust or debris that could be a food source for these larvae.
If she is still dealing with itchy skin after sanitizing her room, she could consider seeking medical attention. We aren’t familiar with moth fly larvae causing itching, so it is possible she is dealing with something else.
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To conclude, our reader found a worm-like organism in her bedroom. We believe that she has found moth fly larva.
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