Bites, crawling, and more need help

Bites, crawling, and more need help

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Jelly

Ardsley, NY

#1 May 13, 2013
Hi all, I need y'all help. I'm kinda new here. I caught scabies a while back I did the meds. I feel a lot better, even my scars cleared up. I can't say cured because I feel and get these weird marks. Can a few of you explain how your bite marks look? Mine don't look like the pics on the Internet. I have small pimple looking marks. Though they aren't pimples. They don't itch. I sometimes feel pinprick feeling its rare but I feel it and I go to look and there is nothing there. I also get these little tiny cuts about a meter or 2 on my hands. Does anyone else get this? Last thing the crawling feels like a bug is walking across my head. I have read people say the crawling is near or at there rashes. I don't have any rashes. How does your crawling feel like? Any insight on these feeling will be helpful! Thanks all!
FRED

Golden, CO

#2 May 13, 2013
Jelly wrote:
Hi all, I need y'all help. I'm kinda new here. I caught scabies a while back I did the meds. I feel a lot better, even my scars cleared up. I can't say cured because I feel and get these weird marks. Can a few of you explain how your bite marks look? Mine don't look like the pics on the Internet. I have small pimple looking marks. Though they aren't pimples. They don't itch. I sometimes feel pinprick feeling its rare but I feel it and I go to look and there is nothing there. I also get these little tiny cuts about a meter or 2 on my hands. Does anyone else get this? Last thing the crawling feels like a bug is walking across my head. I have read people say the crawling is near or at there rashes. I don't have any rashes. How does your crawling feel like? Any insight on these feeling will be helpful! Thanks all!
It could be a few different things. Depending on how much permetherin you used if you used that the it could just be fading periphreal neuropathy. If the mites that infected you carried a bacterial pathogen then you now have that infection and that will cause the crawling sensations, likely candidates are babesia or borrelia. The thing you should do is to go to an infectous disease specialist and tell him you had a mite infection, regular MD's or Derms are no good in this respect, Tell him you may have contracted a insect vectored infection and you have crawling sensations. He should at the very least do a western blot IGg and IGm test. The earlier the better.

Let us know how it works out.
Jelly

Ardsley, NY

#3 May 13, 2013
FRED wrote:
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It could be a few different things. Depending on how much you used if you used that the it could just be fading periphreal neuropathy. If the mites that infected you carried a bacterial pathogen then you now have that infection and that will cause the crawling sensations, likely candidates are babesia or borrelia. The thing you should do is to go to an infectous disease specialist and tell him you had a mite infection, regular MD's or Derms are no good in this respect, Tell him you may have contracted a insect vectored infection and you have crawling sensations. He should at the very least do a western blot IGg and IGm test. The earlier the better.
Let us know how it works out.
Thank you sir, I used the permetherin cream about 5x. I will look up those diseases. Do you by any chance know how long it takes for the permetherin effects to go away? I will look around for the infectious disease doctor.
FRED

Golden, CO

#4 May 13, 2013
The effects are from perm still being in your body. Detoxing ,hydrating and exercise can mitigate them quicker.

Unfortunately the truth is that the other reference I made is more likely. Now the same infections that ticks were carrying are now also carried by mites, biting flies, bed bugs etc. You'll need to research Lyme and coinfections. I've written a bunch on the borax thread in the last month or so that could help you.

http://www.articlesbase.com/fitness-articles/...

"You might also feel itching or a crawling sensation on the skin."

When you search for an Infectious disease specialist ask if they have experience with lyme.

Good luck.
Jelly

Everett, MA

#5 May 13, 2013
FRED wrote:
The effects are from perm still being in your body. Detoxing ,hydrating and exercise can mitigate them quicker.
Unfortunately the truth is that the other reference I made is more likely. Now the same infections that ticks were carrying are now also carried by mites, biting flies, bed bugs etc. You'll need to research Lyme and coinfections. I've written a bunch on the borax thread in the last month or so that could help you.
http://www.articlesbase.com/fitness-articles/...
"You might also feel itching or a crawling sensation on the skin."
When you search for an Infectious disease specialist ask if they have experience with lyme.
Good luck.
Thank you for your help.
FRED

Golden, CO

#6 May 14, 2013
Jelly wrote:
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Thank you for your help.
Sure. This might come in handy to look at.

http://www.mybrainhealth.org/files/Lyme_check...

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