Skin Parasite Question
I have a client that I work with that I took to the Dr. this evening because she feels like she has bugs inside of her.
She actually digs at the bugs that look like a small mole under the skin. They are on her arms, ankles, feet, belly, and scalp.
She digs at these small "moles" until something comes out of them that almost looks like a small spear with a point on the end. Some are very small and others you can see but not identify as a bug or anything.
She reports that they itch and feels that they started years ago when she had slept on a friend's mattress.
She went to the Dr. who told her he thought it was a fungus. I have known her for 6 years and she has complained of feeling as if something is crawling inside her skin. She has also reported that she has thrown up and many many of these small, black, "whatever they are," have been in her throw up. She further states that she has seen them in her feces.
The doctor at an emergency care feels that she has scabies but she doesn't think this is what is going on as she has had scabies before and feels that the sores on her stomach are something different.
I must tell you that she does use meth and has reported using cocaine, heroin, pot, and other pills. I realize that the picking and digging while thinking there are bugs in her skin is a symptoms of this use, but I have actually witnessed "something" coming out of one of the "moles." I don't want to write it off as being a symptoms of drug use if there might be something else that is actually in her skin.
I have researched the internet for bugs that burrow under the skin but have not found much information that seems to relate to her case.
Please help. She is very upset and has stated that she feels as if she wants to "light herself
on fire" to get rid of the bugs.
It's very kind of you to be searching out a solution for your client and her skin parasite problem. It sounds like your are a friend as well.
While I'm not a doctor and can't diagnose people, etc., I can share my opinion and suggestions for your client and hope that she will be able to implement them and get some much needed relief and healing.
Yes, her history of drug use is a concern, but since you are able to personally see that the problem goes beyond symptoms and side effects of drug use, I feel confident in assuming that she does indeed have a severe parasite infestation.
While you may call this a "skin parasite" issue, there is no doubt that the problem is internal and not simply surface.
Certainly topical applications can help relieve itching and heal sores, if the internal problem isn't addressed it is going to be a constant ongoing issue.
My strongest suggestions are for this aggressive parasite cleansing protocol
that when followed faithfully will help ease her anxiety, clean out her body internally, and boost her immune system.
This is the most effective way I know of to ensure you target the most likely issues and give the body a chance to recover. I have used all of these supplements personally and know that they are very effective.
I sincerely hope your client/friend is able to follow the protocol faithfully and get her skin parasite issues under control. It's not going to be a quick fix as she has been dealing with the condition for six years or more, but it does work.
She may have to persevere for several months to achieve complete success, but encourage her to do so as some people stop the protocol early when they start feeling better and fail to kill all stages of the life cycle and then have recurring issues and think that "it didn't work" when in reality they just stopped to soon.
Angie from allaboutparasites.com