Itchy Skin Parasites That Will Drive You Crazy

Rare skin parasites that cause relentless skin itching and suffer from thousands of people worldwide are becoming more common. The itching is so intense and relentless that the only relief is to take scalding baths several times a day to keep the pest away.

How do itchy skin parasites contract? A lady snatched them from a birdhouse she had dropped from the window. Another lady, with her husband, signed a contract for the furniture they rented while her belongings were being moved. A man snatched them from a cloud of dust while chopping down a dead tree. Another woman dug a rat nest out of a quilt stored in her garage and shrunk them. Exchanging dresses with another bridesmaid at a wedding was another lady’s downfall. One woman even says she got infected by a man sitting across from her at a meeting at work. She claims to have seen droplets coming out of her mouth as she spoke. My own personal hell began when a cloud of dust descended on me as I plucked a suffocating vine from a tree in my backyard.

The onset of symptoms usually begins about twenty-four to thirty-six hours after exposure. The first symptoms are itching of the skin, which takes the person to a warm bath to relieve the symptoms. Unfortunately, the intense itching returns within a few hours. Anti-itch creams only provide a few hours of rest.

Usually there is little that can be seen with the naked eye, although some may notice that their skin glows in the sunlight. Over a few days, as the symptoms become more severe, the itching turns into a biting sensation as if coming from under the skin, causing rashes and lesions to appear all over.

The family doctor usually prescribes Elimit, Diprolene, Quell, Cortisone, sulfa drugs and antibiotics for the rash. There is immediate relief for up to about four days, after which the itchy skin symptoms return in full force. It’s as if the parasites have adapted and become immune to the shower of treatments.

The family doctor then refers the individual to a dermatologist or a specialist. The dermatologist or specialist often has a hard time explaining the physical condition. Since he hasn’t been able to diagnose anything, he often suggests the problem is caused by stress or the lesions are caused by scratching with one’s fingernails.

After begging, he can take a gag sample and a blood sample for biopsy. The patient eventually thinks that the test results will identify the culprit organism and begins to wait for the results of the tests so that the correct treatment can be prescribed.

However, the blood test basically returns to normal, except for a slight elevation in the CBC that may indicate a mild infection – nothing to be alarmed about. The biopsy results are also negative. The individual begins to think that he or she is having a bad dream.

While all this is happening, unknowingly, the sufferer’s environment – that is, the entire house, including the entire furniture, bedding, clothing… is infected. Some patients begin to notice black spots or a sandy substance in their bedding, or they notice fibers emerging from certain lesions and cotton ball-like substances on their skin.

Their desperation and panic results in all sorts of worm-killers, herbal remedies, chelation therapy and/or removal of amalgam from the fillings in their teeth to remove mercury, drugs from Mexico, faith therapy, rifing… most of it to no avail.

The nuisance parasites are usually one or more of several skin parasites:

1. Collembola (bowtails)

2. Strongyloides stercoralis

3. Morgellons

Unfortunately, the reality is that almost all doctors are completely inexperienced in the treatment of these pathogens, and there are no diagnostic tests available for either of them. And ironically, identifiable (strongyloides) is a rare nematode that still needs a worm for which physicians are inexperienced in treating.

How they contract is usually caused by skin contact with:

Feces.

mites.

Bed bug.

Infected clothing, furniture, jewellery…

Strongloides have a life cycle in which they exist internally and part of their life cycle gets some on the skin of the person where they can contaminate others. Therefore, although they may initially be spread by bed bugs and mites, they can also be spread by warm skin contact with an infected clothing or furniture.

Sexual contact is unnecessary for transmission – all that is required is simple skin contact.

Long-term exposure can cause complications such as memory loss, joint pain, cerebral palsy, Fibromyalgia, ADHD, bipolar disorder… However, it is not known whether these complications are caused by skin parasites alone or by concomitant Lyme disease. protozoan infections that often accompany skin parasites.

Once you are infected with skin parasites, you have to work hard to get your life back.

1. Disinfection of the entire environment, bedding, clothing, jewelry, automobiles, workstations…

2. A bath protocol using Epson salts, then wiping the body with tea tree oil and using 999 cream (available at Chinese stores).

3. Parasite/Lyme diet high in protein and zero in the most popular carbohydrates like fruits, wheat… Skin parasites have food preferences. There are foods they love and they reward you for feeding them biting and scratching, and there are foods that starve them. It took three years to discover and perfect the diet. Fortunately, it has been reported to work with all known skin parasites. It is this special diet that allows the next item to work magic.

4. The use of ORAP or one of the other prescription drugs can successfully eradicate most pests.

Yes, life can return to normal from these itchy skin parasites and you can wake up from this nasty dream, and all the directions you can find in an e-book called Diet to Soothe Itch and Control It.

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