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Re: Is this an egg from a parasite?
 
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Re: Is this an egg from a parasite?


Mansonella Ozzardi species, the disease is called "Mansonellosis"or simply generically "Filariasis" or after jt has spread all over your body and invaded all the major body cavities such as the thoracic cavity (inside chest where the lungs and heart reside) and peritoneal (abdominal) cavity, the name of the disease is elevated to "Serous Cavity Filariasis" (that's "serous" not "serious"... different words but the condition is very serious indeed) and once it invades your lymphatic system in a hyper infection, it's called "Lymphatic Filariasis" and can cause conditions very similar to Elephantiasis, especially to the genital areas. Warning.... you *don't* want to see photos of what that looks like. If you go Googling for them, don't say you weren't warned.
The Mansonella Ozzardi species is supposed to only exist in South America, Central America and the Caribbean islands and not be north of Mexico according to official biology and medical publications and the CDC.... that's a load of hogwash, these worms are all over Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma, likely the entire South, and as far north as Massachusetts. Biting gnats, biting fruit flies, sand flies, black flies, etc, aren't the only insect that vectors them to humans either.... In Oklahoma City, mosquitoes have been found that are carriers too.
 

 
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