One of the manifestations of helminthiasis - a disease caused by various groups of parasitic worms - is blood in the feces.
- itching of the anus;
- decreased appetite;
- a constant feeling of hunger
- with allergic manifestations;
- skin rashes;
- with shortness of breath;
- weakness and depressed mood
presence in the body of worms can be accompanied by blood in the stool, unstable stool, bloating. Blood from the anus in worms is a dangerous manifestation of the disease, which requires professional medical care.
Bleeding in worms
Glaive invasion is a large group of diseases, the classification of which is based on the type of parasite. The causes that caused the emergence and development of the disease can be:
- flat and roundworms;
There are more than 300 species of worms that parasitize humans. On the territory of Russia, 20 species of these parasites are spread, which are "happy to cohabitate" with man. They affect different tissues and organs, but the gastrointestinal tract remains for them the "favorite" habitat. Settling in the intestines, living in it, allocating the products of vital activity, moving, parasites can cause serious damage to health, which is confirmed by the possibility of bleeding.
Cal in worms
Helminthiasis is dangerous not only by its presence, but also by its complications. For example, in the advanced stage of the disease, perforation of the intestinal wall may occur, accompanied by blood from the anus in worms, abdominal pains and peritonitis. Such complications can lead not only to significant blood loss and the need for emergency surgery, but also to death. If you suspect the presence of worms and the blood in the feces is a confirmation of fear, if the worms emerge with blood during emptying, you should urgently contact a helminthologist who will prescribe the necessary tests, diagnose the disease and prescribe adequate treatment.
If you do not have worms and blood in the stool, then this can be a consequence of serious gastrointestinal diseases, intestinal infections, inflammation of the intestinal mucosa. Such ailments also require emergency treatment, as they can lead to serious consequences.