Doctors Think I'm Crazy

by MON
(Middle of Nowhere)

I am in the Military (24 yrs), and stationed in a remote area where medical care is limited.



In February of 2010, I was on travel and slept in a few different locations. Two-three days after I returned, I noticed small white pimples on and between my fingers. Having scabies many years ago, I believed I had it again.


I went to medical and they treated me with Elimite (5%). I informed them I was traveling to the middle east and would not be back for three-weeks. Having researched treatment, I asked for another tube to treat approximately 7 days later, but was told one tube was enough.


Exactly one month later I went back and they assured me there were no mites present, and the itch could continue for up to 6 weeks.


I complained of an itchy scalp and burning hands. A week later I continued to complain so they allowed me to treat with Elimite one more time just to shut me up.


One to two weeks later I started feeling crawling sensations on face, ears, nose. My hands continued to burn. I was experiencing pinprick biting all over my body.


I was then diagnosed with Dermatitis. Rashes started, itchy scalp continued and worsened. Hands continue to burn. I get red bumps, but they go away after a couple of days.


Now, 5 months later I am going out of my mind. My scalp itches so badly I cannot concentrate. My hands still burn, and the crawling sensations are almost constant.


At no time did anyone take a skin sample; only blood. I bought a microscope through the net and see small groups of black/red dots on hands and wrists.


I am due to go home in 2 months and I am worried I will pass this horrible feeling to my wife and children. The military has given up with treating me and I need help.

Thanks, Middle of nowhere...






Hi MON,

So sorry to hear of the mess you are in. Doctors seem to use the "crazy" diagnosis as a fall back position when they can't figure out what's wrong. ;-)

Certainly sounds like you picked up some type of parasite or bacteria that started your initial symptoms and the treatments you've used may have only weakened your immune system allowing it to grow and spread unchecked.


Since you are able to order things online, I would suggest that you get the following supplements and give yourself a thorough cleanse before you head home.



The first two are herbal combinations that will help to eliminate a wide range of parasites and toxins.


The last three are immune boosting supplements that will help to rebuild the good bacteria in your body and strengthen and balance your body.


Meanwhile, while you are waiting for your supplements to arrive, here's something else you can try in order to get some relief from the symptoms.


See if you can get your hands on some organic, raw apple cider vinegar. If you can, add a tsp. to a glass of water and drink it a couple of times per day. You can also rinse your hair and apply it to your skin.


I'm not sure what kind of food you have available to you, but try to cut back on sugars and processed foods as much as possible.


I hope these suggestions are helpful and that you are able to get home safe and sound to your family. Thank you for your years of service.

To your good health!
Angie

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Mar 06, 2014
I'm itchy too
by: elizabeth

Please look at this..

Google turpentine and scabies. I have been suffering for 41 years with itch that was always treated as eczema. I have had scabies once and the itch of them mites is off the wall.

Then I discovered that turpentine kills scabies and is also a treatment for parasites internally. It says purchase some lotion like something cheap and simple like sorbolene and glycerine cream (I prefer this one) and some turpentine and mix it together and cover your body in it for about an hour...

You can get some conditioner and add turpentine to do your scalp. I haven't done my scalp yet but it has made a big difference to my itch...

Good luck!

Jul 17, 2011
Possible Idea
by: Anonymous

Hi Mon,

Just an idea - next time you feel them on your face or skin - get a strip of clear selotape and stick it over the area. Then strip it off and hold up to the light or put under a light bulb. They are probably microscopic but just able to be seen close up.

Seal the sticky side of the selotape up with another strip - then have a good look under a magnifying glass. Try this several times and if you think you can see anything take the strips to the Senior Medic (the one with a Microscope).

If it works at least you will have proof and they will have to identify the bug for you.

Best of luck mate - and keep your head down. Former Brit Army.

Jan 30, 2011
It sounds like collembola
by: Anonymous

This sounds a lot like Collembola.

Please check out stopskinmites.com

The pimple like sores are definitely caused by these nasty parasites.

If this is what you have, it's possible to pass to your family. However, there is a cure and if you haven't returned home yet, I would suggest starting treatment and especially treating your clothing and personal belongings before returning home.

My family has this. It started with my husband and then we all got it. We had to treat our whole house daily and had to treat 18 loads of laundry.

We've had the problem for 3 months now and we just recently found the stopskinmites.com site and started the protocol.

We are getting better and it feels like it's almost gone. I'm sure we will have this resolved soon.

I hope this helps. I pray that you are able to find a cure if not through this source, I hope you find another.

Jul 20, 2010
I have this,please help.
by: sylvia

I've been thretand with sykiatrists and brain scans.Ive had this almost 4 years.do you know what it is yet.somethings bitting me,like camacarsy hit and run.after dusk Im under seag.
best wishes From Sylvia.dislexic speller]

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