Parasite, Worms, Eggs in Stool?

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Around 5 days ago I ate sushi, soon after stomach pain started, every day, on scale 0..10 I'd say 3 or 4.

I have NO diarrhea, blood or vomiting.

However, 2 days ago I've decided to vomit on my own, and pain got smaller, next day I felt better.

Then before going to bed, I had a mild fever, which disappeared by the time I fell asleep, in the morning felt much better overall.

But now I found this in my stool.

Something that looks like a worm, and eggs or egg sacs.

What could it be? and how to kill it?

I've seen, a pharmacy nearby has Mebendazole, 6 tablets x 100 mg.

I'm thinking of taking, how many tablets should I take?

Thank you

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  • Posted

    Edit: just had a watery stool, not much, like a 1 spoon.
  • Posted

    I have the same thing. Did you ever find out what it was?
    • Posted

      in my case, I shoved in some anti-worm medicine, lots of herbs, garlic, pumpkin seeds, and some other stuff, didn't eat any sugar. Couple weeks later I got back to eating normal food, I didn't have any problems. Not really sure if I had worms or not, stool test came negative. feel good now.

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    I had something similar that looked very much like borrelia, which causes lyme disease. I'm putting it in a ziplock bag to take to my doctor. Hopefully he can cure my digestive problems now.

    Mine looked like the picture on the bottom right on this web site:

    Hopefully I'll know soon what it is.

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      You have no idea how much this has helped me! This is exactly what I'm experiencing, yet Specialists have told me it's "Delusional Parasitosis". Damn if I don't have one seriously vivid imagination!

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