Sushi can give you worms

Sushi can give you worms
If you eat sushi, you could have worms crawling around in your body.

- If the fish is not prepared properly can you get in you parasite, says an expert.

The parasite may be between 0.2 and four centimeters long. To avoid it be sure that the fish has been frozen for at least four days.

It is unlikely that you become ill, but you'll quickly notice if you are infected.

- You get a sickening feeling, and some will notice a tickling feeling in the throat when swallowing the fish.

Those who have ingested worm can get abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting, but usually the parasite finds the way out by itself.

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