Yes, you can definitely get pin worms in the Uterus.. Sometimes they are the direct cause of a prolapsed uterus where you need hospital medical attention. I read this in a medical literature (not alternative health literature- so even doctors know this) but it is doubtful that if you are rushed to the hospital for a prolapsed uterus, that the doctor will share with you that you had pinworms in there.
I slightly recall reading that They get their if the pinworm accidentally crawls out of the anus and into the vagina hole by accident. It then decides, "what the heck", I;ll lay my eggs in here instead. Then you get them growing in the uterus.
Pinworms lay there eggs at night while your in bed. That is why there is intense itching with kids at night in bed.
I asked the doctor at the hospital where my grandmother is staying if he ever saw worms in someone's heart with a radar scan. He looked at me and hesitated-- then said, "lets' just say "you wont beleive what we find in people's hearts".
Hospital staff and doctors are afraid to come clean about parasites- perhaps because of lawsuits of sending someone into emotional stress over it and peer pressure from their colleagues.
When I was a kid, I used to have to sleep with my sister in one bed. We didnt have $$ to afford a bed for each of us.
I recall seeing a white live pinworm crawling on the sheets between us when I woke up.
I knew it was a pinworm because I would pore through my parents' medical encylopedia and saw I had the symptoms and the worm looked like how they described it to look like.
Another time, I recall seeing one in the clothes washer. Sadly, my parents had/have no concept of the possibility that anyone in the 21st century can possibly contact parasites-- so they brushed it off as something the cat drug in. I had to buy pinworm medication at our local Rexall drugs back then behind my parents back- using my allowance $. Now they would never ever sell it over the counter like that. You have to go to a healthfood store to get dewormer stuff- and forget about finding any in any main-stream healthfood store chain like GNC.
Sure enough, after faithfully taking the whole bottle of meds- my bowel movements turned purple, I got rashes on my arms and legs, etc.., but I saw all the dead worm eggs in my stools-- Looks like white rice.
You can eradicate them by faithfully taking your anti-parasite herbs - which many herbal dewormers such as Paragone, or MH's dewormer contain. Or you can search for Black Walnut herb, Wormwood, cloves (the kind you use in baking- not garlic cloves, but garlic cloves are also highly reccomended)
Check my link in the post I will be responding to in a few minutes- where the member asks for the link to MH's dewormer. That stuff works great. You need two bottles to last a month. One tablespoon at night before bed, one in the morning before breakfast. One bottle almost lasts a month, so you should get two bottles. He has a 2 bottle deal anyways, so it's worth it.
You can rid yourself of worms in the uterus by deworming-- especially taking garlic along with dewormer. If you still are getting your period, your monthly period will also help cleanse out dead worms from the uterus.
I am only guessing with this- but I'd suggest weekly douching yourself with filtered water with many of the anti-parasite herbs mixed in. I would say it would really send a double whammy to any worms there- including tapeworm. Dont use any chemical douches though.
Get your body in an alkaline state-- it will eventually effect any worms hidden anywhere in your body- even in muscle tissues. Worms hate bodies that are more alkaline than acidic.
According to what MH mentioned over at the "Ask MH" forum, the dewormer will kill worms everywhere, but the brain and pancreas are more resistant to any type of dewormer - drug or herb, until you completly eat only raw , or go on an orange juice fast for 40 days.-- which will put your body in such an alkaline state, that even dormant Tapeworm eggs that every human has in them will die off.
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