Skin Has Been Itching
by Randy Leask
My skin has been itching since Sept. and it is Dec.
I have been to many Dr.s and they can not find anything on me, and I take in what I have been seeing for them to look under a microscope and they say it is lint! They say it is from my mental illness.
I have all kinds of red bumps on my skin which are obviously some sort of bites. I can feel crawling around my ears and sometimes eyes and in my groin area and chest from time to time.
My scrotum is raw from itching....and I have bombed my apartment and also used generic RID from head to toe but I still feel the crawling and itching and burning around my ears and groin area.
I see lots of little white things, too, that look like lint, but when I pick them off of stuff they are not soft like lint!
Also, sometimes when I pull my underwear down I see a lot of dark almost black gritty sandy feeling things....one time there was a lot of them!
I do not know what is going on but I am going crazy here and wish that I could get rid of this itching, crawling feeling.
I have been suffering from this since late Sept. I thought maybe I had fleas from my Mother's dogs as when I am there they are always scratching and biting at their skin near the hind legs....also on Mom's apartment floor there is a lot of white spots that I see on my clothes and around me a lot!
Could someone please help me as I do not know where and or what to do?!! I am tired of going to the Dr.'s and get no results....and I do swear there is some kind of parasite living on my skin and in my apartment!
So sorry to hear about this trouble you've been having since your skin has been itching.
Do you remember anything specific that changed in September? Did you start taking any new medication or anything? For some people when their skin has been itching excessively, it can be a reaction (side effect) of drugs, even prescription drugs.
Yes, you certainly have the symptoms of an internal parasite. I can't/won't say that parasites are definitely the problem in your case, but it absolutely could be.
Some of your symptoms sound like you could have a severe yeast (candida) overgrowth in your body. That's not terribly uncommon, but it IS often overlooked by doctor's as a real issue.
I wouldn't use any more of the chemicals on your skin (like RID) as that will probably only make your symptoms worse.
What I would do in your shoes is to give yourself a major clean-out using natural herbs and supplements. The best defense is a good offense! :)
By cleansing your body internally with Herbal Fiberblend
and Para 90
, you have a good chance of eliminating the parasites or fungus from your body in a safe, natural way. These supplements contain anti-parasitic herbs that help to kill internal parasites and flush them from your system as quickly as possible.
Other good options for helping to get rid of parasites are...
...Bear Paw Garlic
The Bear Paw Garlic is a natural anti-fungal and the Florafood is a combination of probiotics - the good bacteria that your body needs to keep parasites under control.
Since your skin has been itching, if you really feel you need an external treatment, too, consider getting some raw, organic apple cider vinegar (like Bragg's) and applying it to your skin a couple of times per day. You can even just add a cup or two to your bath water and soak in it to help soothe your skin and get some relief.
If you are limited by how much you can afford to spend, I'd choose the Herbal Fiberblend
and the Florafood
as bare necessities.
I'd also recommend that you cut down the amount of sugar that you are eating and drinking. Parasites feed on sugar (and carbohydrates), so you'll likely recover more quickly when you reduce or eliminate their major source of food.
I'm sorry you have been unable to get any help from the doctor's you've seen since your skin has been itching. Many people find themselves in a very similar situation. It's unfortunate.
I'm glad you posted your concerns here and I hope that you can try these suggestions and see if they don't do the trick for you. Please let us know if you have further questions or if you'd like to give us an update on your progress. To your good health!