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After five weeks in the Amazon wildlife cameraman Charlie Hamilton James brings a lovely present home for his darling wife.
28 Aug 2012
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If you want a background, we believe it was do to mosquito bites my husband received while we were in Belize(zip-line and cave tubing excursion)! Soon after we got home, my husband started noticing bumps on the back of his head. The bumps kept growing and hurting. He said that it felt like someone was stabbing the back of his head (it was really the larvae eating his tissue)! About 3 weeks ago, little holes appeared in the middle of these bumps and they started oozing and bleeding (they were breathing and excreting)! We went to my husband's parent's house Christmas night and everybody tried to start figuring out what it was. By Saturday, they forced him to go to a local walk-in clinic. The doctor there told him that they didn't look infected, but that he had 2 cysts and would need to have them surgically removed!!! WOW!! We weren't expecting that! He went about his way and by Tuesday, made an appointment to visit our local doctor. The doctor squeezed it a little and told him that it looked infected and immediately put him on antibiotics! He took the antibiotics, but was not feeling much of a change in the infected area (although his sore throat went away)! Finally, on Thursday, his brother(visiting from NC) went out to lunch with an old friend of his and they started trying to figure out what it was. The name "botfly" came up and when his brother got home, he looked up some information on it. The symptoms were exactly like what my husband had! So, last night around 8 PM (New Years Day), they put vaseline on the two sites to see if the larvae would come up for air. Sure enough, they did!!! We were all amazed (to say the least)! After a couple of hours of trying different things to suffocate the little things, his brother finally decided to see if he could squeeze them out! He started squeezing and up the first one came! My husband's sister held the flashlight and his brother's wife, pulled it out with tweezers! The first one was a short fat little thing! It was hard to believe that it was in his head! For the second extraction, we had a camera rolling for it! AMAZING!!! Needless to say, my husband was in A LOT of pain with the squeezing and birthing of these two things, but once they were out, there was immediate relief!! The back of his head is almost normal! The holes have scabbed over and there has been no pain or leakage! Last night was the first full night of sleep he has gotten in about 3 weeks! Again, thank you God!!! What an amazing incident! IF we do go on another Cruise, we will be sure we use a lot of bug spray!!! :-)
10 Jul 2011
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Hey all thanks for the comments - it was gross having the botflies but it was worth it. Please take a look at the work I do documenting the stunning wildlife of the west Amazon:*******www.youtube****/watch?v=Eflt7otpeoQ
3 Jun 2013
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Endless BOTFLY Extractions from people & animals and Yes some of them are Mango worms
26 Jul 2013
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The human botfly, Dermatobia hominis, is the only species of bot fly known to parasitize humans routinely, though other species of fly do cause myiasis in humans. The botfly occasionally uses humans to host its larvae. The larva, because of its spines, can pose an extremely painful subepidermal condition. One removal method is to use the tree sap of the matatorsalo, found in Costa Rica, which is reputed to kill the larva, yet leave its body in the skin. Additionally, one can attempt to seal the breathing hole of the larva with nail polish or vaseline; after a day, with a licenced medical professional, the breathing hole is enlarged and the larva is removed via forceps. Squeezing the larvae out is not recommended, as it can cause the larvae to rupture; their bodily fluids have been known to cause severe anaphylactic shock. Use of adhesive tape can work, but carries additional risk of infection because portions of the larva's breathing tube can be broken off by the tape and make the remainder of the body difficult to remove. For more informatinon: *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Botfly
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The purple stuff is worm killer for dogs (I know, I'm not a dog). Go to *******www***ntactpictures****/?p=2527 for the full story behind this video. Travellin' Troz's blog chronicles Trond and Roz's two-year adventure from Vancouver, BC Canada to the bottom of South America by motorcycle and an old truck.
26 Dec 2012
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A small compilation of nasty, gross and disgusting pimple popping, zit squeezing, MRSA infection oozing and cyst eruption fun. A small compilation of nasty, gross and disgusting pimple popping, zit squeezing, MRSA infection oozing and cyst eruption fun. A cyst is a closed sac, having a distinct membrane and division compared to the nearby tissue. It may contain air, fluids, or semi-solid material. A collecti. A nearly 9 minute long compilation of nothing but pus pouring pimple popping zit exploding oozing cyst infection fun. Background music in the order of play. . pimple, zit, cyst, huge pimple, disgusting pimple, nasty pimple, popping pimple, huge zit, big zit, black head, acne, bad acne, biggest, biggest pimple, huge. I pop my infected ear lobe cyst. Subscribe Today for the Best Viral Videos from Around the Web! Remember to Like, Share, Comment and Sub! Please Check out So. I pop my infected ear lobe cyst. Subscribe Today for the Best Viral Videos from Around the Web! Remember to Like, Share, Comment and Sub! Please Check out So. A cyst is a closed sac, having a distinct membrane and division compared to the nearby tissue. It may contain air, fluids, or semi-solid material. A collecti. I pop my infected ear lobe cyst. Subscribe Today for the Best Viral Videos from Around the Web! Remember to Like, Share, Comment and Sub! Please Check out So. cyst extraction huge style! zit. A cyst is a clos
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For More MONSTERS INSIDE ME video check out: *******animal.discovery****/videos/monsters-inside-me-videos/?smid=YTAPC-YTD-PLP While living inside the host, the presence of botflies creates painful pustules that secrete pus and other fluids.
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A family vacation in Belize in December 2008....... Nightmare for one family member.............. Two weeks after returning from an otherwise wonderful vacation, he begins to develop a 102 degree fever which lasts for two weeks. He experiences random bleeding from three small, infected wounds on his left elbow. He sees four different internists and after two rounds of antibiotics is still suffering from the symptoms. It turns out that he had three bot fly larvae growing in his arm. This video shows the removal of the larvae. Bot flies (Order Diptera, Family Cuterebridae) are large, stout bodied, hairy flies that resemble bumblebees. The botfly egg is deposited by a mosquito or sometimes by another insect. The larva grows in the host's body until it is fairly large. The botfly larva can easily be killed by taking away its air supply -- by putting vaseline or similar on the skin where the lump is, but then you still have to extract the larva. Adult botflies have nonfunctional mouthparts and do not feed. Larvae of this species parasitize wild and domestic rabbits. Females deposit their eggs in or near the entrance of their host's burrow. Bot fly larvae penetrate their host through the skin or natural body openings after hatching. The larvae form a tumor (called a warble) in the subdermal zones of their host and remain at this location until larval development is complete. Larval development varies among species, ranging from 20 to 60 days. Before pupating, the larvae leave the host's skin and drop to the soil.
15 Dec 2010
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*******www.youtube****/watch?v=tXEKukjO5QM Botfly Extractions from people and animals NONE of the videos displayed are mine i composed several videos to make this If u are squeamish or have a weak stomach then DONT WATCH!!! Music: AC/DC RATE/COMMENT if you like
25 Jul 2011
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It's the larve of a botfly, see for yourself *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Dermatobia_hominis
29 Sep 2011
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surgery of someone having a bot fly larve removed from their eyelid, ouch!
24 May 2009
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8 Nov 2009
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Pulling a Bot-fly larva out of Chubby the dog in Costa Rica.
8 Dec 2011
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