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Tapeworm living inside vagina, cervix displaced, chances of it eating ovaries

I have a parasite living inside me, possibly a tapeworm and I gave noticed that my cervix is out of place. Can this mean the parasite may of messed up or possibly eaten my ovaries? I know it seems like an observed question? But i can literately feel the parasite move around in my pelvic area, I can even see it as well
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Hello Vro,

Welcome on hcm.
You can not diagnose a tape worm in your peritoneal cavity.
You go to your gp and get yourself examined.
Than only one can decide.

Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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