Maggots Removed From Hospital Patient’s Eye & Nose After Fly Lays Eggs

A 65-year-old woman was admitted into intensive care at a Canadian hospital with a number of health issues, but the real nightmare begun when Her doctors discovered and removed at least a total of 120 maggots from her.

A report from website news.au.com, findings include a fly may have entered her ward while she was asleep and laid eggs inside her. They subsequently hatched.

Maggots Removed From Hospital Patient’s Eye & Nose After Fly Lays Eggs

The patient ended up having monsters inside her with maggots living in her nose and ears. Doctors successfully removed at least 120 maggots from her.

A report in a Canadian Medical Journal stated: “During the period, an adult fly (a green blow fly or a green bottle fly) was seen in the intensive care unit.

“The patient was in a windowless private room that had an open door.

Maggots Removed From Hospital Patient’s Eye & Nose After Fly Lays Eggs

“The intensive care unit had no windows to the outdoors; thus, it was assumed that the fly had entered the intensive care unit from another part of the hospital.”

The incident was apparently documented in 2007, but only came to light and became public knowledge recently when pictures of the maggots went viral.