Blister On My Finger
Would a parasite give you a recuring blister on your finger?
I have a blister on my finger that keeps coming up and it moves from one place to another.
When it moves, there is always a brown spot where the blister was. The skin also dies around the area. And my joint gets tight when it flairs up bad.
I have not actually seen a living thing in there, but I feel like it may be a parasite of some kind and it will not go away.
This has been happening for the last 10-12 months. It started after I helped clean out a nasty storage building. I wore gloves, but I am not sure what it could be.
While it IS possible that a parasite can create a blister like effect on your skin, there are other causes that may be the culprit in your case.
Does the blister itch? Is it painful? Do you only get one blister at a time?
A "bite" from something in the nasty building you were cleaning is possible, but it sounds like you are more likely dealing with some type of infection or reaction to something you were exposed to.
There are many forms of bacteria and fungus (that fall into the parasite category) that can get in your system and fester.
Your body will fight it successfully for a bit and then something else may come along that the body has to fight which may result in the flare ups that you are experiencing when your body can't sufficiently fight everything.
It's also possible
that the timing of the onset of this problem is coincidental and that the blister on your finger is a reaction to some other toxins in your body.
I used to get a couple of small blisters on my finger that itched and kind of burned. They would flare up every 6-12 months and then eventually go away.
I have noticed that ever since I started regularly cleansing/detoxing my body about 6 years ago, I've never had a flare up again.
I can only assume that either I've cleansed that particular parasite or toxin out of my system entirely, or I've kept my immune system strong enough through my diet and nutritional supplements that my body is able to keep on top of the situation and the offending problem can't gain any ground.
I would suggest you try what I've used with such good success as a cleansing, detoxing, and immune boosting protocol:
Those three supplements work extremely well together to cleanse and build your body's major systems. You should even find that your joints will no longer get tight like that and you'll feel better all around.
Personally, I like to take probiotics, too, in order to replenish the good bacteria in my body. Florafood
is a good option, but any good quality probiotic would be beneficial to you.
I hope this helps you to not only get rid of the recurring blister on your finger, but also strengthen your immune system and improve your overall health. I know it has for me.
Angie from allaboutparasites.com