Breast Eating Parasite found in Female Underwear.
1. After anthropologist Susan McKinley came back home from an expedition in South America, she noticed a very strange rash on her left breast. Nobody knew what it was and she quickly dismissed it believing that the sores would leave in time.
Upon her return she decided to see a doctor after she started developing intense pains. The doctor, not knowing the exact severity of the case, gave her antibiotics and special creams. As time elapsed the pain did not subside and her left breast became more inflamed and started to bleed. She decided to bandage her sores however as Susan’s pain grew more intense she decided to seek help from a more certified doctor.
Dr. Lynch could not diagnose the infection and told Susan to seek the aid of one of his colleagues who specialized in dermatology whom was sadly on vacation. She waited for two weeks and finally was able to reach the dermatologist. Sadly, a life changing event was about to unfold during her appointment.
To Miss McKinley’s surprise, after she removed the bandages, they found larva growing and squirming within the pores and sores of her breast. Sometimes these wicked creatures would all together simultaneously move around into different crevices. What she didn’t know was that the holes were in fact, deeper than she had originally thought for these larvae were feeding off the fat, tissue, and even milk canals of her bosom. The holes were 5 cm deep. She was operated on and the larva was removed from her breast. Therefore always take a slight rash serious and have the eggs removed before it is too late. Cheers and may the creatures leave you in peace.
2. YOU MUST READ BELOW BEFORE OPENING THE PICTURES. SHARE THIS WITH, DAUGHTERS, SISTERS, FRIENDS...ANY WOMAN
My brother was recently telling me of a news story he heard regarding a flesh-eating bacteria found in new clothing shipments to the USA.
These are the first pictures I have seen regarding that very subject. After seeing the attached photos, I understand the gravity of what he was telling me. This is something that is a very real and very serious concern as you will see.
Ladies / gentelmens please make it a habit from this point forward to wash your just purchased undergarments before wearing them.Or spinning them in the dryer. This is sensitive.
Please share with as many women and men that you know. Our undergarments are made in different parts of the country, sit in boxes and go through many hands and exchanges before we purchase them for ourselves.
TO ALL , PLEASE WASH ALL BRAS, UNDERWEAR ( ALL CLOTHING ) WHEN YOU BUY BEFORE WEARING THEM. YOU CAN THROW THEN IN THE DRYER FOR A QUICK SPIN TO KILL THE PARASITES TOO !!
WE DO NOT KNOW WHAT PARASITE IS IN OUR CLOTHES WHEN WE BUY THEM. FORWARD TO EVERYBODY YOU KNOW.
The attached photos are not for the weak hearted.
Hoax or Fact:
(Warning: Graphic pictures in this article)
The disturbing picture of what is shown as human breast infestation of parasitic larva has been shared widely online with various versions of stories attached to it. Let us analyze the facts!
The popular story about the picture says a woman anthropologist Susan McKinley got infected with parasites due to wearing a damp bra after she returned from an expedition in South America. It is said that the woman neglected it for normal rash in the beginning and up on consulting, a doctor found larva growing and squirming within the pores and sores of her breast. The image went viral online soon and sent out warning to women.
Our search for a female anthropologist named Susan McKinley who got infested with larvae in her breast did not yield any credible reports. If the case were true, the unusual breast rash condition would have been documented in medical journals and reported by media outlets.
About the Picture
The picture associated with various stories has been around since at least 2003 and is not real. Looks like, the picture is the result of merging two different photographs of a woman's breast and something similar to a lotus seed pod (shown in Image Gallery).
Around 2005, the above picture was shared with an extended version of the story. A disturbing video clip showed larva-like creatures being removed by forceps from a woman's infected breast. It was said the woman neglected the infection for breast rash and ended up with severely infested larva in her breast.
The video that also went viral is available for download in the PubMed Central journal article, and it is genuine, but it is not related to the picture and story in question. The video shows the case of a 70 year old Nigerian woman suffered itchy, multiple discharging sinuses in her right breast, and the sinuses contained wriggling larvae of C. anthropophaga. The medical condition Cutaneous myiasis of the breast is very rare.
Cordylobia anthropophaga is a large, brownish yellow fly found widely in tropical Africa, and it can deposit eggs on clothing saturated with perspiration and soiled diapers. After hatching, the larvae in contact with human skin or other vertebrates can easily penetrate the skin. So as a safety measure, it is important to maintain healthy personal hygiene, also washing clothes thoroughly and drying and ironing them.
The breast rash picture and the story of the woman also circulated with many other severely disturbing pictures like shown in this article. The other pictures appear to be genuine, showing some kind of medical condition(s), perhaps breast cancers, but definitely not infections caused by simply wearing unwashed undergarments.
A manipulated image of human breast infested with larvae appeared online, it was shared through emails and on other online platforms - with many fabricated hoax stories saying it is the result of wearing unwashed undergarments. Although the story is a hoax, it is definitely a healthy habit to maintain a good personal hygiene, also to wash, dry and iron your clothes, undergarments especially.