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Re: A photo of a small roundworm found in the phlegm
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Re: A photo of a small roundworm found in the phlegm

The distinct phlegm I get during these times is like a gummy ball, thicker than corn syrup, but very much like corn syrup or even clear silicone. It stands apart from other saliva, and sticks to whatever I spit in, and dries hard and will not wash off easy.

What i wanted to illustrate with this photo is that a chronic elimination of phlegm should not be considered as normal even if it is clear, because it can be the elimination of dead worms, even if it is rare to see an entire worm like this.

This photo shows a small worm but often the phlegm i evacuate is clear saliva with some parts white or yellow (and rarely green or brown).

Even if most people won't admit it, i observe many people who clear their throat or nose discretly, but some seem to prefer to swallow it afterwards...

What i find crazy is that i had similar symptoms since i was 14 years old, with also asthma crisis... Of course the symptoms were not chronic like now but all the doctors i have met have never thought about a parasites infection.

PS : the ruler shows centimeters

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