What To Do About Suspected Parasites From Falling In Riverbed Mud
In Feb. 2012 I fell flat on my back in a murky, marshy riverbed. I was wearing a strapless shirt so my skin came into direct contact with the murky ground.
There wasn't anything to be seen on my back when I got up and my friend brushed their hand across to brush anything off.
It was about 30 days later when I discovered a small red rash on my upper left arm. I thought nothing about it until the next day when I awoke with light scratches on my back and a serious red, raised, extremely itchy rash.
My doctor said it could be poison ivy and treated me with steroids. (My friend couldn't find any poison plants of any kind where I fell.) Rash went away.
Shortly after that my scalp began insanely itching. Microscopic black specks appeared under my fingernails. I then began noticing again the black specks in my nose. Proceeded to my ears, mouth and eyes.
I have only been to one doctor who told me I must be on drugs cause she didn't see anything. Now it is over a year later and I suffer worse still.
I know for a fact that this parasite has infested every inch of my body inside and out. It comes in intervals and I can now tell different styles it has. Black specks, red pinpricks, white maggot-life and now thread-like.
I share a room with my daughter who has never experienced any symptoms at all and barely believes me that I do suffer from them.
This is a list of treatments I have tried-----
- Diatamaceous earth - food grade drinking and making body masks.
- Bug bombs
- Tea tree oil
- Peppermint extract
- Orange extract
- Lemon extract
- Epson salt
- All combined and separate
Today I am trying vinegar and alcohol hair and body spray combining with pure peppermint soap rubbed directly into my scalp and leaving it to dry.
I can't take much more of this. I have things coming out of my mouth and eyes. When they bite it feels like a burning pinch. I guess I have explained the best I could.
PLEASE HELP ME. Thank you!