A Taiwanese woman went to the hospital for what she believed to be an eye infection. Instead, doctors found four tiny bees under his eyelids.
According to the New York Times, the patient, recognized only by her last name, He, felt a “sharp pain” in her left eye while participating in the tradition of tomb sweeping, an annual event to visit ancestors’ graves at clean their graves and make ritual offerings. She allegedly pulled weeds off a gravestone and rinsed what she believed to be sand from her eyes with water. Back home, she couldn’t stop crying.
His eye had become totally swollen and the pain was unbearable. The infection seemed to be getting worse.
When he arrived at Fooyin University Hospital in Taiwan, doctors found no bacterial infections. Instead, when examining He’s eyes under a microscope, the hospital’s head of…