Threadworms?

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Threadworms are tiny, white, threadlike worms which infect human intestines and live for about 5-6 weeks. They are very common and reproduce by laying eggs around the anus which causes itchiness and can only be treated by seeking medication and proper hygiene.
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thread·worm
[thred-wurm]
NOUN
1.
any of various nematode worms, especially a pinworm.
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1. See a doctor, or pick up an over the counter medicine, like Pin-X, to kill thread worms. Since they're transferred so easily, the whole family should be treated at the same time.
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Threadworms are small, thin, white, thread-like worms between 2 mm and 13 mm long. They infect human guts (intestines). They are common in children, but anyone of any age can be affected
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what thredworms do is they make thread with a slime.
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