It is worst nightmare. If you dealing with intense random headache for long time and you cannot realize what is the reason. You really need to ask yourself what are you have in head. And the answer is…
A tapeworm parasite. And not only one but lot of tapeworm eggs lodged firmly in your brain, surviving off your blood supply and beginning to grow.
This is exactly what happened to Yadira Rostro, a 31-year-old woman from Garland, Texas.
After suffering with headaches and loss of vision, Rostro went to the hospital – only to be informed sacs of larvae from tapeworm eggs had begun to grow inside her brain.
How does the parasite got in the head?! Parasites were likely picked up on a holiday two years ago, where Rostro may have ingested food contaminated with fecal matter containing a tapeworm or an egg (a common way for tapeworms to transfer between hosts).
Tapeworms normally pass through the body in a reasonably harmless manner, but occasionally the worm can travel to different parts of the body via the bloodstream and end up lodged somewhere you really don’t want them.
Parasite and the eggs have been removed and Rostro is expected to make a full recovery.
Here is the following video courtesy of News 8 to see the sacs after removal.
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