If you have a whipworm infection, your symptoms can vary from mild to severe. Abdominal pain, sudden and unexpected weight loss, nausea, vomiting, painful or frequent bowel movements, and headaches are symptoms of a whipworm infection. You may also experience bloody diarrhea and bowel incontinence or the inability to control bowel movements.
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