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Could it Be Pinworms?


Is itching really part of this?

Hi all! Throwaway obviously. Iím 26F and around mid-October I started seeing blood in the bowl when I went to the bathroom. This went on for a few days so I went to the ER and they said I had a fissure. Weirdly enough though it has been COMPLETELY PAINLESS. They sent me home with stool softeners and I was careful with my diet for the next few weeks. Things werenít totally improving so I booked a follow up with a CRS for beginning of November but they cancelled on me and now my appt is December 13.

Around mid-November the blood was less and less until finally there was none in the bowl and only a minimal amount from me obsessively wiping to keep it clean and prevent infection.

Fast forward to end of November there has been some itching. Itís not a constant itch and itís random times throughout the dayÖ Itís more of a twinge than anything. Now my OCD brain has convinced myself that I could have pinworms even though I have been checking religiously every night and checking my stool and havenít found a single worm. The itching doesnít get worse at night or keep me up. Itís just random sporadic twinges. I took OTC pinworm medication last week but the itching is still here. What are the odds Iíd contract a pinworm infection just as my supposed fissures were healing?? The internet is making me crazy though.

TLDR: Internet is saying I have pinworms. Havenít seen a worm. Itching is not constant, doesnít get worse at night, and started when I stopped seeing blood from my fissure. Is healing part of the deal??
 

 
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