Accessor contamination is surprisingly common during pregnancy. Probably because pregnant women are more in contact with young children.
The life span of this parasite is up to 6 weeks. Transmission of infection with this parasite involves the transfer of parasite eggs from the anus to the mouth. Therefore, by observing the health tips, the life cycle of the parasite can be easily broken and the healthiest way to deal with this infection, especially in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Pregnant women should be advised to wash their hands thoroughly before meals and after using the bathroom and to keep their nails clean.
Infection with the parasite can even be transmitted through clothing. Bed linen should be washed daily.
Morning shower can remove parasite eggs.
In some patients, the symptoms are unbearable and require medication. In these cases, if possible, it is better to postpone treatment until the end of the first trimester of pregnancy.
Piprazine is absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract as the drug of choice during this period and penetrates into the central nervous system of the parasite. If the permitted dose is exceeded, it may cause imbalance, memory impairment and even seizures.
This article by Dear Dr. Nima Torabi Golsfid Prepared and specially for Dr. Salam Medical Journal Sent.