How to pass the test for worms?
Worms in the human body can causeserious diseases right up to the development of tumors. Therefore, it is important to get rid of them as soon as possible. To reveal the presence of worms, it is necessary to pass a number of tests. They will allow to establish, whether there are parasites in an organism.
Let us dwell in more detail on what tests should be submitted to worms, and also how and where they are made.
What tests should I take?
First and foremost, doctors advise doing an analysis of stool for eggs of parasites. With it, you can establish the presence of round and tapeworms, as well as flukes.
To hand over the analysis of a feces it is necessary a minimum 2 times withintervals of 2-4 days. The fact is that parasites lay eggs not every day. Therefore, there is a possibility that during the first analysis the presence of worms will not be diagnosed.
In addition, you need to do an analysis on enterobiasis. Using it, you can diagnose the presence of pinworms. Do enterobiosis is also necessary several times with an interval of 3-5 days.
Diagnosis of the presence of parasites in the body can be done using an ELISA blood test. It is necessary to pass it only once, it provides high accuracy of the diagnosis - above 95%.
How and where to take tests?
To pass the analysis of feces to eggs of parasites,it will be necessary to empty into a clean container. From the received material it is necessary to take several samples. It is necessary to do this from different parts of stool (from the inside, from below, from the sides) - the volume of the spoon is 2-3 hours of spoons. The material for analysis is placed in a special disposable container with a tight-fitting lid. It must be delivered to one of the public or private laboratories (they can also receive test tanks) within half an hour after defecation.
To pass the analysis on enterobiosis, it is necessaryDo a scraping from the folds of the skin that are near the anus. Carry out this procedure with a cotton swab. It must first be moistened in glycerin. After this, it is placed in a test tube and covered with a lid. Deliver scraping to the laboratory during the day. Keep it at a temperature of + 4 ° C.
As for the analysis of ELISA, it will have to be delivered directly to the laboratory in the morning hours (blood from the vein is taken). Before this, do not eat.