My Ivermectin Treatment Story
Hope

Canada

#1397 Mar 20, 2013
The tropical med centres only reside on blood testing, but to a limited spectrum. I hope the vet helping me can find a doctor and lab that will test since samples are "hopping" nights all over me.

UK2 I pray for this too and that they'll find the right treatment and renewed hope in your spirit. Depression leads people to do crazy things.
When is your appointment(s)? Please keep us posted!
You may have 1/2 of the puzzle with iver since it has calmed the situation to some extent?
God Bless and my prayers are with you! XO

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#1398 Mar 20, 2013
MIAU, that's exactly the show. I watched that before this whole ordeal. Gross the life out of me! Has the show gotten back to you? It would be nice even if they gave a few doctor's names that would be able to help uk2.
Hope what are your symtoms?(Sorry if you already spoke about this, I don't recall) also thanks for the link. It's scary all the crap that's out there.
Jody I agree that some doctors are learning about parasites but how many of us have told a doc how we are feeling for them just to tell us we are DP? God forbid you can't afford going to the docs, you are left to die.
Uk don't give up!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#1399 Mar 20, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
MIAU, that's exactly the show. I watched that before this whole ordeal. Gross the life out of me! Has the show gotten back to you? It would be nice even if they gave a few doctor's names that would be able to help uk2.
Hope what are your symtoms?(Sorry if you already spoke about this, I don't recall) also thanks for the link. It's scary all the crap that's out there.
Jody I agree that some doctors are learning about parasites but how many of us have told a doc how we are feeling for them just to tell us we are DP? God forbid you can't afford going to the docs, you are left to die.
Uk don't give up!!
There are many people on this forum who have cured themselves of scabies and bird mites. The information is on the net, on this forum and other forums. You don't die from scabies. You treat, even with natural essential oils and you can reduce your numbers to almost zero. you aren't "left to die." That's bs.
Someone is in cohoots with Misery in Australia and UK2 to keep this thread going. i find it entertaining that you guys keep it going, "as if" UK2 is dieing (for the past 7 months).

Since: Oct 12

Sydney

#1400 Mar 20, 2013
np, it took half an hour just to find out how to contact them (can imagine they receive a fair few emails) so I am hoping but don't have high expectation just yet.

Jodyy, thanx for the credit of us being "in cahoots"- barely have time for real life let alone being the protagonist of a conspiracy. So what if we keep this thread going- thats what forums are for- threads. And yes, I believe that UK2 is a real person undergoing unimaginable stress. And though unlikely, people have died from the complications of infestations before. He doesn't have scabies.
In_UK2

Sweden

#1402 Mar 20, 2013
Hello all,

I see the same posters are arguing over me. This is truly sad.

Last night, as the lights were dim, I could see sparkles and flecs coming off my skin.

I turned the light on, and low and behold there were tiny white worms slowly oozing out of my skin. I could not believe this.

This is so frightening. I am feeling worse each and every day.

I called my lawyer and have all my paperwork in order and my daughters will be with me soon.

I just wish you guys would bug off and be kind to each other.

I am too weak to keep on here and may check back in a few days. I am slowly giving up hope...

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#1403 Mar 20, 2013
Jodyy wrote:
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There are many people on this forum who have cured themselves of scabies and bird mites. The information is on the net, on this forum and other forums. You don't die from scabies. You treat, even with natural essential oils and you can reduce your numbers to almost zero. you aren't "left to die." That's bs.
Someone is in cohoots with Misery in Australia and UK2 to keep this thread going. i find it entertaining that you guys keep it going, "as if" UK2 is dieing (for the past 7 months).
Your right tons of people have cured themselves, and people do not die of scabies. People have died from parasites or have had other complication. Also many people who have been cured like SKF were harassed or not belived on this forum. We don't know each others or UK's struggle so we shouldn't judge.
Uk have you heard of Dr. Niaz Banaei, an assistant professor of infectious diseases at Stanford University School of Medicine he has tons of experience in parasites especially worms.

Sending you guys air besos!!
Lunatic FRED

Finland

#1404 Mar 20, 2013
Sorry In_UK2. I really hope you find something or someone who can help you get better quickly.

My conscience bothers me for using hndreds of screen names over the years to deceive you fine people. Yes. I have posted under so many names that I can no longer keep track of them. Fred, Mary, Lotus_Fan, VSS, Uncle Sam, virtual scabbies, Jodyy, Cindilu - there are just too many to list. I have carried on conversations with my aliases, argued with myself and attempted to lead suffering people down the wrong path. For that, I am truely sorry. I would like to ask for your forgiveness and I will try to control my insanity from now on.

Thank You.
FRED the LUNATIC
In_UK2

Barcelona, Spain

#1405 Mar 21, 2013
The pevioud In_UK2 post starting with "Hello" was not from me.

I went to vet and bought two bottles of Ivomec and took 6ml from one and put it my pocket. I then noticed a couple minutes later my foot was sloshing in it and my shorts were drenched in all 50ml. Showered leg and used some as topical.

I am a bit mad that $100 is out the window. But whatever.

Last night night I watched "las vids secrets de las palabras" (in English). What depressive music. I got to see Yugoslava, before, during and after the war. What anguish a war.

Love all.
In_UK2

Barcelona, Spain

#1406 Mar 21, 2013
And Fred, I doubt I would post "and low and behold". So dont use my handle and please create a "Lunatic Fred and his 'Friends'" thread. It should be good reading.
Hope

Canada

#1407 Mar 21, 2013
This is what I dug up;
To prevent myiasis in humans, there is a need for general improvement of sanitation, personal hygiene, and extermination of the flies by insecticides. Clothes should be washed thoroughly, preferably in hot water, dried away from flies, and ironed thoroughly. The heat of the iron kills the eggs of myiasis-causing flies.[10]
[edit]Treatment
This applies once an infestation is established. In many circles the first response to cutaneous myiasis once the breathing hole has formed, is to cover the air hole thickly with petroleum jelly. Lack of oxygen then forces the larva to the surface, where it can more easily be dealt with. In a clinical or veterinary setting there may not be time for such tentative approaches, and the treatment of choice might be more direct, with or without an incision. First the larva must be eliminated through pressure around the lesion and the use of forceps. Secondly the wound must be cleaned and disinfected. Further control is necessary to avoid further reinfestation.
&
http://www.canacoll.org/Arach/Staff/Beaulieu/...
&
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mansonella_ozzar...
Hope

Canada

#1408 Mar 21, 2013
Btw that info is not for UK2...he doesn't want it. It's for others who may be suffering with similar symptoms.

Langoliers

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1409 Mar 21, 2013
In_UK2 wrote:
And Fred, I doubt I would post "and low and behold". So dont use my handle and please create a "Lunatic Fred and his 'Friends'" thread. It should be good reading.
I would love to see that thread!

LOL.

With the amount of deranged people in the world it's no wonder we got one on these threads named (Fred, Uncle Sam and on and on)
Tired

Hollywood, FL

#1410 Mar 21, 2013
In_UK2 wrote:
The pevioud In_UK2 post starting with "Hello" was not from me.
I went to vet and bought two bottles of Ivomec and took 6ml from one and put it my pocket. I then noticed a couple minutes later my foot was sloshing in it and my shorts were drenched in all 50ml. Showered leg and used some as topical.
I am a bit mad that $100 is out the window. But whatever.
Last night night I watched "las vids secrets de las palabras" (in English). What depressive music. I got to see Yugoslava, before, during and after the war. What anguish a war.
Love all.
UK, I am glad that you are feeling a bit spunky today and sometimes mad is a good thing. It gets your adrenaline flowing and heart pumping. Now, if you just go outside and get some sunshine and exercise, you could possibly tear up all those documents you had your attorney draw up for you and give a ring to your daughters that you are feeling SPUNKY.... and there's no way in heck that you will pass away, and miss this thread? OMG, I would hold off a while, because I think Misery in Australia will be posting shortly...
Tired

Hollywood, FL

#1411 Mar 21, 2013
Hope wrote:
This is what I dug up;
To prevent myiasis in humans, there is a need for general improvement of sanitation, personal hygiene, and extermination of the flies by insecticides. Clothes should be washed thoroughly, preferably in hot water, dried away from flies, and ironed thoroughly. The heat of the iron kills the eggs of myiasis-causing flies.[10]
[edit]Treatment
This applies once an infestation is established. In many circles the first response to cutaneous myiasis once the breathing hole has formed, is to cover the air hole thickly with petroleum jelly. Lack of oxygen then forces the larva to the surface, where it can more easily be dealt with. In a clinical or veterinary setting there may not be time for such tentative approaches, and the treatment of choice might be more direct, with or without an incision. First the larva must be eliminated through pressure around the lesion and the use of forceps. Secondly the wound must be cleaned and disinfected. Further control is necessary to avoid further reinfestation.
&
http://www.canacoll.org/Arach/Staff/Beaulieu/...
&
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mansonella_ozzar...
I found this charming doctor trying to pronounce his words in English.
Hope

Canada

#1412 Mar 21, 2013
Here is another good article on myiasis
http://www.dermnetnz.org/arthropods/myiasis.h...
note: it would be a very good idea to consult a dermatologist.
My Dr also has referred me to a dermatologist for a skin staph infection.
Tired

Hollywood, FL

#1413 Mar 21, 2013
Hope wrote:
This is what I dug up;
To prevent myiasis in humans, there is a need for general improvement of sanitation, personal hygiene, and extermination of the flies by insecticides. Clothes should be washed thoroughly, preferably in hot water, dried away from flies, and ironed thoroughly. The heat of the iron kills the eggs of myiasis-causing flies.[10]
[edit]Treatment
This applies once an infestation is established. In many circles the first response to cutaneous myiasis once the breathing hole has formed, is to cover the air hole thickly with petroleum jelly. Lack of oxygen then forces the larva to the surface, where it can more easily be dealt with. In a clinical or veterinary setting there may not be time for such tentative approaches, and the treatment of choice might be more direct, with or without an incision. First the larva must be eliminated through pressure around the lesion and the use of forceps. Secondly the wound must be cleaned and disinfected. Further control is necessary to avoid further reinfestation.
&
http://www.canacoll.org/Arach/Staff/Beaulieu/...
&
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mansonella_ozzar...
The birth of joey and little dick:
Hope

Canada

#1414 Mar 21, 2013
Yes I've seen vid's similar and brought it to the attention of ppl awhile ago. It is good to post them again for newbies that haven't seen them instead of going back through this thread.
Tired

Hollywood, FL

#1415 Mar 21, 2013
Hope wrote:
Yes I've seen vid's similar and brought it to the attention of ppl awhile ago. It is good to post them again for newbies that haven't seen them instead of going back through this thread.
But you do have to congratulate the parents on the birth of Joey and Little Dick; after all, they worked hard on it.
Tired

Hollywood, FL

#1416 Mar 21, 2013
I like the comment that Duct Tape Fixes everything.

Langoliers

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#1417 Mar 21, 2013
Tired wrote:
I like the comment that Duct Tape Fixes everything.
Red Green show?(PBS)

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