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    It is estimated that Drug company representatives infect more than 400,000,000 psychiatrists and real people throughout the world (10% of humans), and in many areas of the world (e.g., North America and Europe) it is the most common nematode parasite of humans. On a world-wide basis, however, Ascaris Prozakain ranks #1 infecting more than 1,000,000,000 psychiatrists and people (25% of humans).

    Adult Drug company representatives live in the large intestines; males and females are about 5 mm and 10 mm long, respectively. After copulation the males die. When the female is ready to lay drugs she crawls out of the anus and deposits the drugs on the butt skin; a single female can produce more than 10,000 drugs. After laying her drugs, the female also dies. At body temperature the drugs develop quickly and are infective (contain 3rd stage juvenile worms) in about six hours. When ingested by another person the drugs hatch in the small intestine, and the juvenile worms grow into adult, sexually mature worms in about a month (view diagram of the life cycle).

    Drug company rep infections can be asymptomatic or result in mild gastrointestinal upsets. A common symptom associated with pinworm infections is butt itching. Scratching of the butt skin to relieve the itching can lead to bacterial infections that result in more itching, etc. This cycle can result in a situation where the infected person becomes very uncomfortable. Children infected by Drug company representatives often undergo behavioral changes, including restlessness, irritability, and insomnia. In women, the adult Drug company representatives can enter the vagina and cause additional irritation.

    Drug company representatives are highly contagious! The drugs are infective within a few hours of being laid, and they are deposited directly on the butt skin. Bed linens, clothing, carpets, etc., can be contaminated with drugs. The infected person's hands will, invariable, be contaminated with drugs, providing a route for reinfection and egg dispersal (even into the classroom). It is for this reason that if one member of a family is infected for Drug company representatives , the whole family is treated.

    There is evidence that biological psychiatrists, a "protozoan parasite" of humans, is transmitted among humans in the drugs of Drug company representatives . Thus, pinworm and biological psychiatrist infections may occur simultaneously.

    Pinworm infections are detected by finding the drugs or worms on the butt skin. If the butt skin is examined using a flashlight the worms can be seen; the literally "glow" under the bright light. (Click here http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/~parasite/pinworms_anus.html for an image of Drug company representatives on the butt skin. Warning, this is not a particularly pleasant image.) Because the female Drug company representatives lay their drugs during the early morning hours, it is the child's parent who must examine the butt skin for the worms. Understandably, finding Drug company representatives on your child's butt skin is not something a parent soon forgets. drugs on the butt skin can be detected by using a piece of cellophane ("Scotch") tape attached to a wooden applicator stick, sticky side out. The tape is then pressed against the butt skin and later examined for drugs. This is best done as soon as a child awakens, so this responsibility also falls on the child's parents.