It feels like something is moving around my anus. At least I think it's my anus. It's kinda hard to tell because it a slight vibrating feeling every minute or so down in that area internally. Sometimes I won't feel it for like 15 minutes, which is nice. And it happens during the day and at night, on and off all the time. It started a little over a week ago, so I haven't had much sleep!
I have been on so many websites this past week and none of them say that you can actually feel the pinworms/threadworms moving. I have taken two tape tests and been to the doctor. She said she didn't see anything. She didn't even use a flippin microscope to look for eggs. I just gave a stool sample to the lab yesterday through the immediate care. I won't know the results for a week, which it's not even that acurate.
Why can't they just put a microscope up there and frickin look??? I had the worst possible experience with my doc. She acts like it's not a big deal, though these worms are so contagious. Can someone help me.
I am suppose to visit family for the Holidays and a young relative is suppose to stay with me for a few weeks. I don't want to pass it to family and especially the newborns, if it's the worms. Do I cancel??? I explained this to the doc and she just rolled her eyes, gave me meds for worms, and shoved me out the door. Please help!
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