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The British tourist finds the larvae of flies that are written in the fore after the African holiday



When the British woman returned from Uganda, she brought home more than her luggage.

She landed in Great Britain with a growing nodule on her head – just to find out she actually had a pile of baby flies buried in her scalp.

    The woman returned to the UK with a gunshot
The woman returned to the UK with a gunshot

Only nine days after he landed on the domestic field, he realized that something was wrong and he went to A & E.

The medicines first said that her bumpy bitch simply snooped bugs and was sent home with antibiotics.

However, three days later, the lump has become bigger and heavier. Her head on her forehead now expanded to include multiple faces and eyelids, and a sharp pain appeared in her area.

    More than a week later, it started to discharge the water discharge
More than a week later, it started to discharge the water discharge

So he returned to the hospital, and this time the doctors discovered an opening in the center of the grungy that drained the water discharge.

According to Dr. Farah Shahi, a specialist in infectious diseases at York Teaching Hospital who treated the woman, the opening was actually a baby or baby breathing hole.

Doctors applied vaseline to an area that was basically blocked by an air insect source – forcing it to move to the skin surface.

After that, they managed to remove a live worm from a woman's forehead before sending it to the London School of Tropical Medicine.

    It was proven that she had the larvae of flies buried in her forehead
It was proven that she had the larvae of flies buried in her forehead

The species was identified as Lund's fowl – a rare species from the rainforest in Africa.

Ultrasound found that in the forehead of the woman there were more babies who had to have surgery to remove them.

These flies usually do not infect people, according to a British Medical Journal report.

Well, how did she bury her face?

The most likely explanation is that he wrapped his hair in a damp towel that was infected with worms, Dr. Shahi told Live Science.

    The doctors had to cut the worm's blood supply to get him to the surface
The doctors had to cut the worm's blood supply to get him to the surface

The towel was hanging on the outer line of clothing, and the fly could lay eggs on a towel lurking in the worm.

In the UK there is only one case of such an infection; It is very uncommon for these flies to dig into the forehead because they usually go to the skin on the chest, back, abdomen and thighs.

After four days at the hospital, the woman was sent home.


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