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nearly 4 small black worms while passing urine.

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I am gayathiri. Today is my 29th day of period. I am eagerly waiting for my pregancy. From 2 days prior, i am having slightly nauseated feeling after eating. Fatigue at evening time. Having some different taste always in my tongue. Having slight Cramping and pain in the abdominal cavity. And also having dizziness while doing any work. But if i sit in any place or lie down in bed, at that time i didn't have dizziness feeling. So, i thought that i am pregant and i am happy. But yesterday night i have noticed black worms(nearly 4 small black worms) while passing urine. From that time i was scared. Whether it is any serious issue?


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replied March 20th, 2015
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A51479
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

It can be bladder debris. Parasitic infections like schistosomiasis and filariasis can result in worms in urine which appear as fleshy substances. Infections like trichomoniasis can produce mucus threads in urine. Fungal infections like candidiasis too cause fleshy substance in urine. Bladder cancer, polyps and stones are other reasons. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Do consult an urologist for this. Collect the urine sample with fleshy substance in it and get it examined at a lab.

Other than that the worm like thing may have come from vagina and may be coagulated blood. This may be due to pregnancy or due to miscarriage. Please consult your gynecologist regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!


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