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Stomach pain with gas. Is it because of having worms ?

i had a cold a few days earlier and it stopped as soon as iv got these symptoms.Iv been having lots of gas and when i go to the bathroom i see white things they are in the shape of a worm but it isnt moving and iv been having so much gas sometimes i have stomach pains do i have worms? Oh and i do have to go poop right now or may be just gas, but some people are saying its just means im about to have my period Oh and im 12 years old btw if that helps eany. and iv been having itching down there. but sometimes i only have mooshy stuff pleas help And i would be so happy if i could get more then 1 answer pleas and thank u. Also im scared to eat
Asked On : Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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White substances in the stool could be mucus or worms and their eggs. Do visit your Doctor who will do a Stool examination to confirm.
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