They can burrow into the human flesh leaving an air hole to breath out of. There are lots of cases of humans having maggots under their flesh, normally from a wound on their flesh.
NO...maggots need air to live
Consult a physician in any case. They've been through a lot more school than most people, and they are, in general, good at what they do. Let them apply their knowledge to assist you. Remember that the human body wants to repair itself. Sometimes it needs a big assist, but most often just a bit of the right kind
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AnswerIn some case, the eggs of the maggots will be inserted into the human body by the mosquitoes. In that case the maggots will not show up for 2 weeks and they'll start growing inside the body. A hole of 1cm diameter will be formed on the skin where the mosquito has bitten. It'll be very painful inside the body.
So, to bring the maggot outside the body we need to apply some gel or vaselline which will cut of the oxygen supply to the creature, and it'll come out of the hole for oxygen. Then we need to hold it with some forks tightly and pull it out of the body. The hole formed on the skin will be cleaned up in some time and the tissues will regrow inside the body very soon.
In general, I don't think so. In fact, surgical maggots have been used as debridement agents in human wounds to remove necrotic tissue. They are extremely efficient, and eat onlythe dead tissue. If I had a condition for which they were indicated, I would not hesitate. In fact, I would demand their use. They do a better job than surgeons can do with scalpels because no living tissue is damaged in the process.
No, maggots are young flies. Flies lay eggs in the body that hatch into maggots and the maggots eat the body as they grow.
If they are, you had to have been very still long enough for a fly to lay its eggs in your body. So you would most likely be unconscious or VERY sick.
You cannot get sick from eating maggots. If you eat spoiled and rotten food with maggots in them, that can make you sick. Maggots are extra protein.
A maggot cannot grow inside a living person's stomach. The acidic content would instantly kill the maggot. However, maggots could definitely live inside a corpse.
No, maggots usually turn into flies.
Rice does not turn into maggots. If insects lay their egs in the rice, they could grow into maggots.
If there are no flies then there will be no maggots. No flies, no eggs, no maggots.
We are born with parasites, not maggots.
They grow up. Maggots are baby flys.
Maggots, in fact, actually turn in flies. Maggots are the pupal form of the common and other types of flies. They are adept at eating decaying material.
No. Old cooked rice would not "turn into maggots". The only way maggots could develop would be if an adult insect laid eggs on the food. Those eggs could hatch into maggots.
Maggots are found on any decomposing body. They are found about everywhere.