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Picture of Human Parasites

Here is a a small sample and a picture of human parasites that we all may get at one time or another. I am going to give you a simple explanation of what they are and how us humans get them.

picture of human parasites

I am going to start from the upper left hand corner and move to the right with my explanation of this picture of human parasites.

The first parasite picture is a female roundworm. They live mostly in warm moist soils and can enter the human body from unwashed produce or possibly getting on the hair of pets and you pet your pet picking up the eggs. If you have pets folks, especially cats, the odds are almost 100% that you have some kind of parasite within your body.

Upon ingestion commonly from unwashed produce or pets the larvae hatch and invade the intestinal mucosa and travel to the lungs where they mature further. When ready they pierce the lungs and find their way to the intestinal tract where they are swallowed. It then takes two or three months before they mature and the female begins to lay eggs. A female roundworm can lay up to 200,000 eggs per day.

The second picture of human parasite is the mouth of the female roundworm. Below is a picture of the roundworms life cycle.

picture of roundworm

The third parasite picture from the upper left is the shistosome fluke. It is mainly found in South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle East. Human contact with water is necessary for infection by schistosomes.  Dogs, cats, rodents, pigs, horses and goats, serve as reservoirs for this parasite. This parasite like many other punctures the skin to enter the host. It then resides mostly in the veins that drain the large and small intestine.

picture of schistomes fluke

The fourth picture of human parasites from the left is the hookworm or Ancylostoma is another round worm species. It is the second most common parasite to infect humans and is found worlwide. It enters the human body by penetrating the skin and entering the veins where it travels to the lungs to mature. From there it travels down the esophagus to the small intestine where they can live for several years. Below is a diagram of the hookworms life cycle.

picture of hookworm

 

The lower left hand parasite picture is a tapeworm that measured 107" or almost 9 feet long upon expulsion by the host. The lower picture just to the right is it's head. Tapeworms can lay 1 million eggs a day that embed themselves in the colon wall.  

This parasite picture to the right is a picture of the eggs from a tapeworm that are attached to the walls of the colon.

Can you imagine 1 million of these being deposited in your body everyday?

 

picture of parasite eggs 
The life cycle of a tape worm is exactly the same as the beef worm below.

The next picture right above that picture of the tapeworms mouth is one of the most common parasites to infect humans, the pinworm. My oldest daughter had these little babies years ago when she was 8 years old. They are extremely easy to get and are found everywhere and only seem to infect humans. It has been estimated that 40 million or more Americans are infected with pinworms.

Self-infection occurs by transferring infective eggs to the mouth with hands that have scratched the perianal area.  Person-to-person transmission can also occur through handling of contaminated clothes or bed linens.  Pinworms may also be acquired through surfaces in the environment that are contaminated with pinworm eggs; such as sheets, curtains, carpeting, etc. A small number of eggs may become airborne and inhaled.

Once infected pinworms migrate outside the anus to lay their eggs then re-enter the colon. Upon hatching the larvae enter the anus and take up residence in the colon. The classic symptom of pinworms is anal itching. 

picture of pinworm

The last parasite picture is the life cycle of the beef worm and tape worm that you get from eating beef or pork that is not cooked long enough.

picture of beef worm

 

This is a parasite picture of the most common parasite to infect humans in industrialized countries and it is found only in humans, not animals.

Trichomonas vaginalis is transmitted sexually from person to person. It resides in the vaginal tissues of the female and the male urethra and prostate gland.

It reproduces buy binary infusion where it literally splits in two to form two separate parasites.

The symptoms for women can include vaginal disharge and abdominal pain, dysuria and dyspareunia.

Men experience urethritis, epididymitis, and prostatitis. I bet you thought trich was an std didn't you?

parasite picture

 


picture of trichomonas

There are parasites that infect dogs, cats and other pets that we get. Matter of fact, I can almost guarantee you that if you have pets, you have parasites. You can also get certain species from eating raw fish, sushi.

This is just a small sample of the parasites that can infect the human body. There are over 100 species listed on the Center for Disease Controls website. Go on over and take a look if you like, it really is quite amazing even if it is sickening.

Natural colon cleansing can get rid of parasites with a 3 month colon cleanse. Why three months? Remember the life cycle of the female roundworm is two to three months so you have to get the eggs that hatched so you are not re-infected.

I hope you enjoyed these pictures of human parasites. I didn't want to put so many parasite pictures on this page that it would not load but I hope you get the idea of what may be crawling around inside you.

The best thing I have found to get rid of human parasites is the Ultimate Colon Cleanse.

 

 

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