Patient discovers a gecko in her ear after going to the doctor who complains about ear pain

Patient goes to the doctor who complains about ear pain – to find out that there is a HAGEDIS in her head

  • A patient with earache discovered that a gecko camped in her head for two days
  • She saw a young doctor who made the bizarre discovery on her first day at work
  • The winding gecko was removed from the ear with tweezers and anesthetic
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A patient with earache went to the doctor to discover that a lizard had lived in her head for two days.

Thai physician Varanya Nganthavee, 25, discovered a gecko in her patient's ear on her first day at work at Rajavithi Hospital in Bangkok on Monday.

The young doctor was surprised to see something twist when she examined her patient's ear.

A nurse removed the lizard from the ear with tweezers after Dr. Nganthavee had treated the area with anesthetic drops.

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& # 39; This was my last case of the day …. I'm so confused. How does a huge gecko crawl into a small earhole? & # 39; Dr. Nganthavee captures a photo of the lizard on Facebook.

A patient with earache went to the doctor to discover that a lizard (photo) had lived in her head for two days

A patient with earache went to the doctor to discover that a lizard (photo) had lived in her head for two days

The Thai doctor Varanya Nganthavee (photo), 25, discovered a gecko in a patient's ear on her first day at work at Rajavithi Hospital in Bangkok on Monday

The Thai doctor Varanya Nganthavee (photo), 25, discovered a gecko in a patient's ear on her first day at work at Rajavithi Hospital in Bangkok on Monday

The Thai doctor Varanya Nganthavee (photo), 25, discovered a gecko in a patient's ear on her first day at work at Rajavithi Hospital in Bangkok on Monday

Dr Nganthavee was worried that there was cooling in the ear and took the patient to a specialist ENT specialist on Tuesday.

& # 39; The doctor confirmed that the ear had been cleaned and that there was no more geek cake & & # 39 ;, wrote the recently graduated doctor.

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& # 39; I am very happy! The doctor complimented me on good work … I could cry. & # 39;

The gecko seemed to be a juvenile small house gecko, very common in Thailand, where they are called Jing Jok.

Doctors have stunned how they managed to get into the ear and survive two days.

Dr. Nganthavee (photo) was worried that there was cooling in the ear and took the patient to a specialist ENT specialist on Tuesday.

Dr. Nganthavee (photo) was worried that there was cooling in the ear and took the patient to a specialist ENT specialist on Tuesday.

Dr. Nganthavee (photo) was worried that there was cooling in the ear and took the patient to a specialist ENT specialist on Tuesday.

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