25-year-old Thailand based physician Varanay Nganthavee came across a very unrealistic case when she was working on her first-ever shift at a Bangkok hospital. On Monday, June 24 she was examining a patient with ear pain and made a jaw-dropping discovery.
She deeply looked into the patient’s ear and found a live gecko inside that ear. Dr. Nganthavee treated the patient’s ear with anesthetic drops before a nurse could extract the gecko with tweezers. According to Dr. Nganthavee, it was not just a small lizard. In fact, it was a gecko and was still alive and moving inside.
The gecko could have been living in the patient’s ear for two days and making a home for itself. It left the doctors surprised how it entered into the ear hole. The lizard is called small house gecko in Thailand and they are common in Thailand houses like others.
This could have sneaked into the ear when the patient was sleeping. Owing to this case, people are now visiting https://www.jingjoakronghai.com/ for the best lizard repellents for their house and office.
When Dr. Nganthavee successfully removed gecko from the patient’s ear she was worried about gecko’s tail in the ear. So she also examined the patient by a specialist ENT doctor. Fortunately, all was well and Dr. Nganthavee received some motivational compliments for how she dealt with the unexpected situation.