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I got grey stubby worms and blood like discharge. What is this and what do I do ?

Hi I recently discovered a grey stubby worm on the tolet paper after wiping my vagina. The worm was alive and moving when I saw it and only died when I flushed. The night before I also discovered that after sex the discharge was a bit blood like. What is this and what do I do about it. I m 19 female, have a vaginal thrush history and have had a cyst in my cervix and I noticed this while I was on antibioytics I am also hiv positive
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jul 2011
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Firstly , this might be a worm from anus.If it is from vagina , you need to visit your Gynecologist and get evaluated.Please get your viral load and CD4 count checked to know if your immunity is low.
You need to get antibiotics appropriate to treat the infection as well as vitamin supplements.
Take care
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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Are you having any trouble urinating. Any lower abdominal pain. How are your stools. You could be having pinworms. You need to get yourself looked at by the Gynaecologist for proper examination and advice. Please provide above information and any other symptoms or important information for us to be in a better position to help you.
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