Can Maggots Live in Your Body?

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Though it rarely happens, maggots can live in your body, an event known as myiasis. This is more common with certain fly species in areas like Africa and the Americas, or in the sub-tropics. Often myiasis occurs when a fly lays eggs on an open wound.
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Maggots can live in your body when they are accidentally swallowed in contaminated food. They can also gain access to human body when they get contact with the urogenital tract in situations of poor hygiene.
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