There is nothing to be too scary about pinworms. This is because they are shockingly rampant and simple to treat.
They are tiny white roundworms that go into the body when people ingest or breathe in their microscopic eggs. The worms make their way through the digestive system and lay their eggs in the rectum. They are specifically common among children and according to experts, about 50 percent of kids under 18 get them at some point.
Side effects include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, loss of appetite. Treatments include clean body hygiene, proper toilet hygiene.