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That Headache Might Be A 4-inch Tapeworm Or 8 Maggots Eating Your Brain

by | 25th, November 2014

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That headache might not be a fatal, after all. It could be a 4-inch tapeworm living inside your skull.

Like the 4-inch tapeworm removed from the head of a 50-year-old British man. The  4-inch tapeworm  spent four years moving from one side of the man’s brain to the other. It lived by absorbing nutrients.  The tapeworm, you see, has no mouth.

Unlike maggots.

You might recalls Rochele Harris, who brought back maggots in side her head from a trip to Peru. The maggots ate through a hole in her ear-canal. “I was very scared,” she said. “Were they in my brain?” A fly had gotten inside her ear. She’d dug it out. But it had left a gift behind.

She

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