Blister On My Finger

by Tanya
(Arab, AL)

Would a parasite give you a recuring blister on your finger?

Would a parasite give you a recuring blister on your finger?

I have a blister on my finger that keeps coming up and it moves from one place to another.



When it moves, there is always a brown spot where the blister was. The skin also dies around the area. And my joint gets tight when it flairs up bad.


I have not actually seen a living thing in there, but I feel like it may be a parasite of some kind and it will not go away.


This has been happening for the last 10-12 months. It started after I helped clean out a nasty storage building. I wore gloves, but I am not sure what it could be.


Please help,
Tanya







Dear Tanya,

While it IS possible that a parasite can create a blister like effect on your skin, there are other causes that may be the culprit in your case.


Does the blister itch? Is it painful? Do you only get one blister at a time?


A "bite" from something in the nasty building you were cleaning is possible, but it sounds like you are more likely dealing with some type of infection or reaction to something you were exposed to.


There are many forms of bacteria and fungus (that fall into the parasite category) that can get in your system and fester.


Your body will fight it successfully for a bit and then something else may come along that the body has to fight which may result in the flare ups that you are experiencing when your body can't sufficiently fight everything.


It's also possible that the timing of the onset of this problem is coincidental and that the blister on your finger is a reaction to some other toxins in your body.


I used to get a couple of small blisters on my finger that itched and kind of burned. They would flare up every 6-12 months and then eventually go away.


I have noticed that ever since I started regularly cleansing/detoxing my body about 6 years ago, I've never had a flare up again.


I can only assume that either I've cleansed that particular parasite or toxin out of my system entirely, or I've kept my immune system strong enough through my diet and nutritional supplements that my body is able to keep on top of the situation and the offending problem can't gain any ground.


I would suggest you try what I've used with such good success as a cleansing, detoxing, and immune boosting protocol:



Those three supplements work extremely well together to cleanse and build your body's major systems. You should even find that your joints will no longer get tight like that and you'll feel better all around.


Personally, I like to take probiotics, too, in order to replenish the good bacteria in my body. Florafood is a good option, but any good quality probiotic would be beneficial to you.


I hope this helps you to not only get rid of the recurring blister on your finger, but also strengthen your immune system and improve your overall health. I know it has for me.

Blessings,
Angie from allaboutparasites.com

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Dec 08, 2016
Blisters on Cat NEW
by: Angie from allaboutparasites.com

Hi Rodney,
If the blisters are all over your cat, you may be better off taking the cat to the vet. They are (sadly) often more knowledgeable than doctors for people and can probably identify the issue and give you the proper treatment for your pet.
Blessings,
Angie

Dec 08, 2016
Blisters on the skin but it's my cat not me NEW
by: Rodney moorman

Its on my cat and there all over the place and I mean all over him.

Oct 01, 2014
Will a detox work?
by: Angie from allaboutparasites.com

Hi Tanya,
Sorry to hear you've still got this blister problem. I hope the Herbal Fiberblend, etc., works for you. I'm pretty sure it will. ;) Do let me know!
Blessings,
Angie

Sep 30, 2014
Almost a year later and still experiencing Blsters
by: Tanya

Hi,

I am still experiencing the same affects that I had described in my original post. I think I will try the detox and let you know if that works.

Thanks,
Tanya

Sep 30, 2014
blisters on my fingers
by: adeline

I too have recently experienced blisters on my fingers. I think it is a bug or parasite of some sort. They seem to seep into your skin. I noticed when spraying my purgo floor there was a bug that came thru the floor. Very tiny and when I tried to get it, cause I couldn't sweep it up, it disappeared. Then I looked and my fingers looked like they had splinters and hurt. I put s band aid on and it seeped into the band aid. Never saw anything like it in my life. Please help.

Dec 13, 2013
sounds like what i have been fighting a year
by: brian

hi I have the same descripton try opening it than just rub the area with the side of a pair of pick ups you might find a very small little worm and if you accidently get it on another finger it will burrow right in some time the area will go from what looks like a small pimple than it turnd red than brown and cracks and then black I have peeled the skin back you will find small craly things in around your finger nails they tike those because we feed them a little grease from a chicken leg will keep them going I have done a 7 day treatment of Quinine 260 mg 4 times a day (malaryl) dose I got scrip from my dr it cost 200.00 dollars to fill a weeks worth than I found a worm wood because the quinine only got about 80% and it seems to be getting them and now only down to 1 finger good luck these things are horrible and you might sick when treating if you have a lot of them die off

Jul 28, 2013
Inner Ear Itching
by: Angie from allaboutparasites.com

Dear Anonymous,

Yes inner ear itching, anal itching, and various skin rashes can be good indicators that internal parasites are present.

Quite often it is either parasitic worms or fungal overgrowth.

The reason that sugar is a common trigger is because parasites feed on sugar and help increase their growth and spreading.

If someone is suffering from inner ear itching, an itchy bottom, etc., it's always a good idea to cut out the sugars for a bit and use a good natural internal cleanse to get the body back in balance again.

This is a very common condition and can be overcome with herbs, probiotics, and good nutrition without any negative side effects.

Blessings,
Angie

Jul 28, 2013
Blister On Finger
by: Angie from allaboutparasites.com

Hi Tanya,

Thanks for the further details. Because the blister on your finger is "moving" locations, I would probably rule out something specific under the skin that is festering unless it is also moving location. ;)


The body is an interesting entity. A "weak" area can develop that in turn bears the brunt of a stress-er in the system. In our case, it may be a particular finger.


You said "blister on my finger" so I am assuming you really mean blister and not wart, right?


I still think your best option is an internal cleanse using the Herbal Fiberblend I mentioned above, but you may also want to try some topical treatment.


Try dabbing some clove oil on the affected area a couple of times per day. Clove is anti-parasitic, but it also has some other good properties and I've discovered that it can repair a number of skin conditions.


Keep me updated on your progress. I'm genuinely interested.

Blessings,
Angie

Jul 28, 2013
Reply back to Angie
by: tanya

Angie,

Thank you for information. I do only get one blister at a time and when it moves, the other blister has gone away. It burns a little, but mostly, it is just irritating. have noticed that it will go away for a little while, and then it will come back. Usually lasts about a month and a half, and goes away for about a week at a time. It is not on any other part of my body. It has stayed on my index finger since the beginning of the break out.

Thanks,
Tanya

Jul 28, 2013
Inner ear Itching indicates Parasites are presence
by: Anonymous

I have had patients that have deep innder itching and a indicator that the parasites were present. Or after consuming sugar the entire body itch and have a patch rash to appear. This normally dissapear after taking something to treat the parasitic infection.

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