we have a tooth bursh holder which holds all 4 of are burshes my son has just took his bursh out to find at the bottom of it was these little wiggling white maggot things any 1 no how they got they or what they are thanks
I don’t know what they are, but I would suggest that you throw away the holder and buy a new one, also, I think you need to be more particular when it comes to hygiene and cleaning.
They are maggots. The flies lay their eggs in the bottom of your toothbrush holder where extra water is standing. Throw that toothbrush holder away, buy a new one, and start cleaning the bottom of it out weekly. You should probably buy new toothbrushes as well.
Ahh this happens to my family too. The maggots must be attracted to something on the toothbrush, that might be it?
they are maggots. Try cleaning more often. Flies lay egges everywhere.