Worms Under Skin

by BJ

White Worms Under The Skin

White Worms Under The Skin

Does anyone know anything about these worms under skin?

The worm is white and makes a complete circle (not a ringworm).

Inside the circle you can pull out little white larva that are sticking down into the skin; unlike the larger worm that makes the circle right under the skin.

When cleaned with alcohol or peroxide; tiny black specks wipe out of area. We have been to every kind of doctor and have no answer.

There are hundreds of people on the internet with all these strange things; but no one seems to know what bit them to cause this.

They really get worse when we wear clothes that have not been laundered in the last few days. If we take the clean clothes out of the closet and put them in the dryer for a few minutes they are not so bad; but are still itchy.

Any ideas?

Dear BJ,

There are so many different kinds of parasites and parasite worms, so it would be difficult to specify exactly which one you may be dealing.

Although you think you may have been bitten by something that caused the worms under skin to appear, it's just as likely that the worms were introduced some other way - like consuming contaminated food or water, for example.

It's a lot easier to contract parasites than most people realize. That's one of the reasons why I regularly cleanse internally with anti-parasitic herbs, etc.

In your case, I would strongly recommend that you cleanse internally as well as support your immune system with some good quality supplements so that you can completely rid yourself and your family of this condition. It doesn't just go away on its own when ignored.

These are the supplements everyone in the family should take:

  • Herbal Fiberblend - cleansing herbs to be taken twice per day
  • Florafood - probiotics to be taken up to 3 times per day
  • Barley Life - whole food supplement for nutritional boost to be taken at least once per day
  • AIMega - essential fatty acids to balance and promote healing to be taken 2-3 times per day

The most important supplement for your purposes is the first (Herbal Fiberblend) for parasite removal, but you'll get much better and quicker results when you follow the full protocol as they all work together to give the body what it needs for cleansing and healing.

I hope you find these suggestions helpful, and those others who come to this page with similar concerns can follow the same protocol and find relief as well.

Angie from allaboutparasites.com

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Jan 11, 2017
Worms Under Skin
by: Angie from allaboutparasites.com

Hi Angie,
How did it go with your doctor's appointment? Was this one able to give you some positive feedback and suggestions to help? I hope so.

If not, the best suggestion I can make is that you follow the parasite cleansing protocol I have outlined for parasite infestations. I would most prominently suggest the Herbal Fiberblend and Composure at the bare minimum, though I think you would benefit from the full protocol.


Jan 02, 2017
little white thread like worms
by: angie atiltner

I have alot of white thread like worms under neath my skin on my face n upper back idk what these r I have been to the dr several of them and I was ask if I was on meth by one and another one didn't no n another on told me it was staph well tonight for the first time I have been takin steroids for this and also puttin steroid ointment on my face n back well when I do this evidently they don't lime this cuz the ones on my chin that r really sore by the way started to wiggle around under my skin n the skin over the area was so tho that I could see thru it n see this white thread lime worm n they seem to wanna stay on the outter parts of the sores they have caused like on the very outer part of the circle "sore' when I pull these things out omg they hurt soooooo bad I think they have barbs on them or somthun I don't no what to do in totally depressed and don't care if I ever leave my house in so embarrassed I don't no how to get rid of them !!!!I'm goin to the dr today to see I this one can tell me somyhin!!!!wish me Luck 🍀 I'm so tired of this all I do is cry all day everyday

Oct 20, 2016
Answers To The Worms
by: Binky Boo

In addition to the worms I am fighting, I also am suffering from a whole list of "things" that I now know are actually symptoms. If I had to guess, I would say that you are also suffering from the same symptoms as myself, however, you are not recognizing them as symptoms due to the fact that they come on one at a time. Therefore, easily brushed off as nothing. I can't go into detail with you because that would take a week! But I will tell you this. Shortly after the worm invaded my body is when the other symptoms began. Very strange, very bizarre, unbelievable, indescribable things were happening to my body. I was also SEEING the same craziness around me. In the carpet, the furniture, every where I looked. I didn't share it with people at first because, well, I sounded crazy to myself. I could imagine what others would think. Although, eventually I did share and the reaction was that I was having a menopausal breakdown, naturally! I researched and researched and what I found brought me to tears. Do yourself a favor please. When you google it, don't read one link, story or page., Read at least 3 different articles about it before coming to a hard fast conclusion and read with an open mind. It's called Morgellons Disease and it is a terrible thing to live with. My email is Binkyboo65@gmail.com if you, or anyone else, wants to talk, cry, compare notes, etc.
God Bless

Mar 02, 2016
How to kill these worms cheaply and immediately.
by: Jennifer

I bought Sergeant's flea drops for dogs weighing over 66 pounds at Fred's. I first targeted the worst areas, but ended up coating nearly my entire body. It smelled like oranges and did not make me sick. I left it on for a couple of hours and then showered off because I have cats and the medication can be deadly for them if ingested. I also had a slight case of staph infection and began a course of Clindamycin. So happy to be rid of live worms. All the black spots were gone by morning. I am a little concerned about the toxicity of the dead worm bodies in my skin. All spots were very tender the next day. The worms must put off some sort of pain blocker, because it could get a straight pin under a worm! flip it out of my skin halfway! and grab the exposed part of worm and jerk it out of my skin. Much too sore to try to do anything with the dead ones, but that is probably a good thing. Good luck out there with these nasty critters!

May 12, 2014
Money Back Guarantee
by: Angie from allaboutparasites.com

Dear Jeanie,
So sorry to hear of all that you have suffered. It is extra hard when you have no one local to support and encourage you.

You're a lot like me in that I appreciate a money back guarantee on things, too, as so many products make promises that they can't deliver. Fortunately, the AIM products I recommended at that top of the page DO indeed come with a money back guarantee.

Please give them a try and take them faithfully for at least a month to determine if they are improving your condition. If you don't see/feel signs of improvement, they will happily refund your money.

In addition to the supplements I mentioned above (Herbal Fiberblend, Barley Life, AIMega, and Florafood), I would also suggest you consider Para 90 if you are located in the US. Combined with the Herbal Fiberblend, it will give you a better chance of killing off the parasites with the additional herbs.

They are all available wholesale here.

Also, I wanted to suggest that you look for some organic cold pressed coconut oil at your local health food store (or the health food section of your grocery store) and apply it to your lips several times per day (as often as you think of it).

I hope and pray you are able to follow this protocol and finally get some relief and healing.

Angie from allaboutparasites.com

May 11, 2014
Worms under the skin
by: Jeanie Mayo

I also am infected.I have been to many doctor`s who do not believe me.Iam labeled as having a mental problem.I have it mostly on my face.I am extremely afraid.My lips seem to be the worst.I have dentel problems but I can`t open my mouth because the corners of my lips are taken over by these worms.I tear out as much of the damage as I can,then it`s done all over again while I sleep. .Help I am so afraid.Isn`t there someone out there that can heal this up.Or at least give us a money back garentee that their products will kill out these parasites. I do not have the money for products from people trying to get rich off us.I spent a fortune on silver which I was told it would cure me.NOT!!! Please help all of us with this,without the selfish greed just for our money.I am 66 years old and disabled,no husband to help support me.Please I begging you for help before my face is completely gone.The pain and discomfort is unreal.

Feb 21, 2014
how to treatment and what the medicine in use?
by: Viseth

I want to know how to treat of the worms under my skin.

The first, I want to seen symptoms images it is like the symptom on my skin or not?

And that what medicine for treatment? and how to baugth that medicine?

Aug 09, 2011
Trichinella spiralis
by: Anonymous

The following is taken from Wikipedia...

"Trichinella spiralis is a parasitic nematode that has a direct life cycle, meaning it completes all stages of development in one host. The larval forms are encapsulated as a small cystic structure within the infected host.

Humans typically become infected when they eat improperly cooked pork or Trichinella infected meat. When a human eats the infected meat, the larvae are released from the nurse cell (due to stomach pH) and migrate to the intestine, where they burrow into the intestinal mucosa, mature, and reproduce.

Interestingly, juveniles within nurse cells have an anaerobic or facultative anaerobic metabolism, but when they become activated, they adopt an aerobic metabolism characteristics of the adult.

Female Trichinella worms live for about six weeks, and in that time can produce up to 1,500 larvae; when a spent female dies, she passes out of the host. The larvae can then gain access to the circulation and migrate around the body of the host.

The migration and encystment of larvae can cause fever and pain brought upon by the host inflammatory response. In some cases, migration to specific organ tissues can cause myocarditis and encephalitis that can result in death."

Check out Cysticicosis.

To get diagnoised, good luck! The doctor has to request the specific pathogen to determine which parasite is attacking you.

Most doctors will order the basic ova parasite stool sample which only covers Cryptosporidium antigen, E Coli, and Giardia Lamblia antigen.

Most doctors look only at the white/red blood cells, and if the eonisiphils are in the normal range, they assume you have no parasite inhabitation.

Study as much as you can re your symptoms. Maybe you'll be able to educate your doctor into helping you, but don't count on it!

Apr 27, 2011
Tiny black mites
by: GordyBoy

I've had them 4 five years ,and they always right ontop of a jucey vein .But what blows me away is that how a sore can change overnight from a blistered looking thing to a darkened all most healed spot .But the darkened spot is are many mites ready to erupt.I put a tabacco patch over apatch of skin which is dark and rough.After about 6hrs the mites crawed out in drunken stuper there were hundreds of them.I'ts the fisrt time I've seen them move:)

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