Many surprising and freaky things have been already found inside the human ears but this case is by far the worst.
Shreya Darji from western India, had the most shocking experience in her life after giant ants nested in her ear drum canal. The 12-year-old girl has had more than 1,000 giant ants removed from her ears. Somehow, around 10 live ants emerge out of her ears everyday.
Her problem first started as a minor irritation in her ear in August last year.
But when she visited the hospital, medics discovered the real cause — giant ants!
Doctors immediately took action and have removed thousands of ants so far.
But despite the great effort from medical professionals, the problem still persists as the giant ants continue to breed.
Her desperate parents have tried everything, from traditional medical aids to witch doctors, but the ants keep emerging from her ears.
Dr Jawahar Talsania, a senior ENT surgeon said: “We have conducted all possible scans on the child including an MRI and CT scan but they are all normal. We cannot find any abnormality in her ears. She doesn’t experience any kind of pain – despite the ants biting her – and no damage has been found to the eardrums. The family lives a normal life and they have a healthy environment so we can’t even blame their living conditions. We’ve not seen anything like this in our medical history.”
Dr Jawahar has even tried to suffocate the ants with drops but they continue to breed. However, he believes the ants are not laying eggs as they’ve not spotted a queen ant inside.
Here’s the shocking footage showing dead giant ants being pulled out of Sheyra’s ear.
Sheyra’s father Mr. Sanjay Darji, said the ants often crawled out of his daughter’s ear while she was sitting in school.
He added: “I have done everything I can. I have taken her to the best doctors but they have failed to solve the problem. I just hope things get better. I’m worried about her future and how this will affect her studies. She is a brilliant child and she’s already missed a lot of school. Other children in her school and community are teasing her and it’s already making her feel bad. I need this problem cured as quickly as possible before it affects her confidence in life.”
Sheyra’s case in undeniably a bizarre one. I’m just wondering where those thousand ants are truly hiding. I just hope her ears will be free from those tiny invaders as soon as possible.
Via: Daily Mail