A 5-foot long tapeworm pulls out from a sushi lover's body

21 January, 2018, 00:42 | Author: Cassandra Gardner
  • A 5-foot long tapeworm pulls out from a sushi lover's body

A Fresno, Calif., man pulled a 5-and-a-half-foot long tapeworm from his body.

A California man is likely adjusting his consistent sushi propensity in the wake of finding a tapeworm that may have entered his body through the crude salmon he adores to such an extent.

Doctor Kenny Bahn, who was on duty at the time, said the patient arrived at the hospital complaining of "bloody diarrhea" and asked to be treated for tapeworms.

Humans contract tapeworm infections by eating raw fish that has been infected with the worm in its larvae stage.

A man in California who ate sushi nearly daily ended up with a 5-and-a-half foot long tapeworm in his body, according to an episode of the medical podcast "This Won't Hurt a Bit". Shocked by the terrifying scene, Bahn says the man kept pulling until the invader was all the way out. "He's like, 'Oh my goodness, my guts are coming out from me'".

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According to the CDC, the Japanese tapeworm and related species can grow up to 30 feet long.

A man who ate sushi daily found a 5.5ft tapeworm in his intestine, which he then removed himself, before handing it over to a doctor. Really, there's just no delicate way to phrase this, so here it is: He witnessed a five-foot, six-inch tapeworm "wiggle out" of his body.

Last January, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) put out a warning of an elevated risk of parasitic larvae that can grow into tapeworms being found in Pacific Ocean salmon, including Alaskan wild salmon that is popular in the USA and elsewhere.

The CDC recommends flash freezing or cooking fish to kill parasites. From that moment, he said, he would never eat raw salmon again.

Doctors have been warning people that people could be affected with the parasite through the consumption of raw pork, fish and fish eggs.

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Regularly, tapeworm prompts just minor side effects, however in uncommon cases the disease can transform into a genuine restorative issue, as indicated by Roman Kuchta, lead creator of the investigation and an exploration researcher at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.

But the source of the Fresno tapeworm gave Mason momentary pause: Raw salmon sushi is her favorite.

Tapeworm infestations can be cured with a single dose of a de-worming medication, the exact same medication used for de-worming canines.

"It's not eating your pizza, it's eating you", Banh said.

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