Tiny Parasite Mite
Does anyone know of a tiny, tiny, tiny parasite, mite or anything else that lives under human skin and itches?
It is very small, almost microscopic, I think it is a parasite?? And you can see them under my skin. GROSS I know!!! It is killing me!!!!!
I am the cleanest person and I can only imagine I got this from this house we just bought and moved into. IT SEEMS THAT THE PEOPLE WHO LIVED HERE BEFORE WERE VERY DIRTY. WE FOUND nasty stuff here like lice combs, pink eye stuff and a bunch of other nasty crap.
I am 9 months pregnant. I've been to the doc four times in the past week. He has no clue and can't give me any poison stuff because I am pregnant. He wants me to wait to be treated?? I feel like telling him off! Is he crazy?
If you have any clue, please help me before I get locked up in an asylum somewhere.
Oh and I can get them out but I just keep getting more. They almost look like a blackhead but definitely not.........PLEASE HELP ME SOMEONE!!!!!!!!!
Sorry to hear of your situation battling a tiny parasite mite. It DOES make a difference in what you can use because of being pregnant and particularly so far along. The usual over the counter and prescription stuff does have a lot of harmful chemicals in it.
It's hard to guess exactly what parasite you may be dealing with, if it is a parasite at all. There are other possibilities like allergies to something you've been exposed to, mold in the home, etc.
What did you use to clean the house when you moved in? Was it a product you use regularly, or something different.
Of course, you are only assuming that this must be something from the house, but you could have picked up something anywhere these days.
You said you can get the tiny parasite mites out and they look like a blackhead. Does it move at all? Can you look at it under a magnifying glass and see any legs, changes of color, etc.?
As for natural treatments you can try, a good probiotic like Florafood
is always of benefit. This is good bacteria that helps your immune system fight off parasites or other unfriendly bacteria. Bear Paw Garlic
capsules are a natural and potent antifungal that are quite safe to take. I'd be sure to try that.
You could also use some Herbal Fiberblend
, but you would only want to use 1 tsp. twice per day while you are pregnant. It's probably best to wait to increase the dose until after you've delivered the baby.
The HFB is a combination of pysllium fiber and herbs that are anti-parasitic and anti-fungal. This will help clean out your digestive tract and make your body an unfriendly environment for lurking parasites.
Topically, you can try putting some organic apple cider vinegar (with the mother in it - Bragg's is a good brand) directly on your skin or as a soak in your bath water.
Another option for a soak would be tea tree oil or oregano oil or Indian Neem oil. I would suggest you don't use them straight on your skin, only because of your pregnancy, but you should be fine to put them in your bath water.
I hope this gives you some relief, until you are able to use a proper parasite cleanse like a combination of Para 90
and the full dose of Herbal Fiberblend.
Not knowing for sure what the exact cause of the problem is, I can't say 100% if these things will get rid of them, but they are excellent for you anyway, and should do you no harm. It's certainly what I would try to get some relief.
Let me know how you do or if you have any further questions. To your good health and healthy delivery of your baby!