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Published: 17 years ago
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Dr. Knight is probably a "he".

Forgot to mention that DE also penetrates eggs. This is really important because the Ascaris egg sacks are so well protected that they can last up to 6 years!

This was one of the few times that I looked in the toilet because the whole thing just creeps me out. Several months ago, I expelling some weird ovid large, flat pouches (almost looked like clear, white silk) with small white eggs inside; they were strung together. There was also a large Ascaris within the feces. In my research, I found out that the sacs were in fact ascaris.

The interesting thing is that those sacs only happen when the eggs have been fertilized. According to some autopsies, they haven't found any male ascaris, only female ascaris. Go figure, I would have both! Usual things always happen to me.

Let's put this way, they had a sex party and a funky good time! I didn't get any sex, but was the host! Okay....a little wormy humor! Couldn't resist. But the story is true.

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