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Crawling, pin pricks, white sand, paper cuts, black specks.... yeast?

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Since: Jan 13

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#1 Jan 27, 2013
I was starting to think I had Morgellons ... or worse... some unknown parasite that would take years to eradicate. I've been scouring the interwebs after the perm and ivermectin treatments seemed to be failing, Morgellons seemed to fit the bill and although I'm fine with doing the major detox, and all the health food treatments that Morgellons would entail, it's having something that you can't talk about without having the "delusional parasitosis" label slapped on you. I hate that doctors say that...

Tonight I found this:

http://malassezia-yeast-mystory.blogspot.com....

I'm sitting watching Downton Abbey covered in Yogurt, Acidophilus and Milk (YAM).

I'm praying this works!

Since: Jan 13

Bronx, NY

#2 Jan 28, 2013
Hungry Ghosts,
At first, I was like, "yuck! I hate yogurt." But, YAM goes on the skin? Intriguing....
I have to say that since eruptions happen wherever skin is untreated, yeast sounds plausible. IOW, the yeast is everywhere and will be active if we don't interfere. I find it incredulous that a mite could be crawling about until it finds a safe place to enter/exit. However, my punch biopsy was positive for arthropod. So I don't fit the mold (pun fully intended).
Gene-ette

Since: Jan 13

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#3 Jan 28, 2013
I know I had scabies... but I think the mites, or the medications, or the herbal oils all paved the way for this new pathogen.

Annoyingly they pretty much all feel the same on the skin.

The lady here who had springtails was given oral nystatin to combat the fungus they left on her skin.
red skin tracks

Denver, CO

#4 Jan 29, 2013
what a coincidence , these morgellons sufferers have your "paper cuts" too.

http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/Mo...

I give up.

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#5 Jan 31, 2013
red skin tracks wrote:
what a coincidence , these morgellons sufferers have your "paper cuts" too.
http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/Mo...
I give up.
Uh... hello... I stated in my post (which you obviously didn't read) that I thought I had Morgellons. I know *all* about the website you posted.

How about this? MORGELLONS IS CAUSED BY YEAST OVERGROWTH.

There's a vector - scabies, lyme, bed bugs... and that causes the fungus that lives regularly on our bodies (the one that causes dandruff - malassezia) GOES WILD on our skin - it feeds off sebum or any oil that we apply.

Hence crawling, pin pricks, white sand, paper cuts, black specks and eventually LESIONS AND STRANDS!

Read the website I posted. I've read the one you've posted.
Shelly

United States

#6 Jan 31, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
I know I had scabies... but I think the mites, or the medications, or the herbal oils all paved the way for this new pathogen.
Annoyingly they pretty much all feel the same on the skin.
The lady here who had springtails was given oral nystatin to combat the fungus they left on her skin.
Hi THG! The nystatin pills worked great for the first week... Then the stingy, crawly feeling on my scalp came back...:0/ I also crashed on the strict anti candida diet, so that probably contributed. I think the nystatin pills are just not the right antifungal for what I'm battling... Or they are just not strong enough. I've started taking terbinafine (prescription) and also starting FiveLac tomorrow... I'll let ya know how it goes... Check out some FiveLac reviews! Hopefully, it's something that can help...

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#7 Jan 31, 2013
Shelly wrote:
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Hi THG! The nystatin pills worked great for the first week... Then the stingy, crawly feeling on my scalp came back...:0/ I also crashed on the strict anti candida diet, so that probably contributed. I think the nystatin pills are just not the right antifungal for what I'm battling... Or they are just not strong enough. I've started taking terbinafine (prescription) and also starting FiveLac tomorrow... I'll let ya know how it goes... Check out some FiveLac reviews! Hopefully, it's something that can help...
The lady on the Malassezia Yeast blog said pyrethione zinc in head and shoulders... since it's the same yeast as what causes dandruff (hence, white granules, eats oil, etc)- I'm using it as an all ver body wash (the itchy scalp one is great!) And no oil on the body!

You have to be really strict on the diet - and take LOTS of acidophilus... mixed with yogurt as a topical and as suppositories too.

I'm taking Candida Cleanse by Now Foods (it contains anti-parasite herbs too) and Candida Zyme, and GSE - oral and topical. And liquid O2.
Panhandling Man

Long Beach, CA

#8 Jan 31, 2013
Shelly

mix sodium carbonate in a small amount of water unroll dissolved. add it to your lotion daily. this will rid u of the jungle infection.

Sodium Carbonate is not the same as sodium bicarbonate or known as baking soda.

Sodium carbonate can be found in "Arm & Hammer super washing soda" in the laundry detergent isle at major grocery stores.
Panhandling Man

Long Beach, CA

#9 Jan 31, 2013
spellchecker on ifone sux @ Times
Shelly

United States

#10 Jan 31, 2013
Panhandling Man wrote:
Shelly
mix sodium carbonate in a small amount of water unroll dissolved. add it to your lotion daily. this will rid u of the jungle infection.
Sodium Carbonate is not the same as sodium bicarbonate or known as baking soda.
Sodium carbonate can be found in "Arm & Hammer super washing soda" in the laundry detergent isle at major grocery stores.
Hah... Jungle infection...:) Will try it tonight... I'll try just about anything once... Thanks for the info... We already use the A&H washing soda as an additive in the washer...:)
Shelly

United States

#11 Jan 31, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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The lady on the Malassezia Yeast blog said pyrethione zinc in head and shoulders... since it's the same yeast as what causes dandruff (hence, white granules, eats oil, etc)- I'm using it as an all ver body wash (the itchy scalp one is great!) And no oil on the body!
You have to be really strict on the diet - and take LOTS of acidophilus... mixed with yogurt as a topical and as suppositories too.
I'm taking Candida Cleanse by Now Foods (it contains anti-parasite herbs too) and Candida Zyme, and GSE - oral and topical. And liquid O2.
Thanks for the info!:) I've tried Candida Rid from Logos and milk thistle for the liver, but not religiously... Guess I need to stick to it... Trying to see if my antifungal pills can work some magic on their own...:0/ I really need to do a good cleanse, too... Get all the chemicals out, along with the yeast... Keep us posted on how it's going for ya!!:)

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#12 Feb 1, 2013
Hey Ghost, how are feeling? You said you can see black specks? I feel like pinprick and then I'll see a tiny black speck like >. Do you see that? I was doing TTO in a bath with vinegar and it would sting the areas I felt the crawling. I was reading that TTO helps yeast infections and whole bunch of fungus/bacteria issues. I might go back to do the TTO baths a few days a week. It's such a pain not knowing what you have :-(
Virtual Scabies

Hollywood, FL

#14 Feb 1, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
Hey Ghost, how are feeling? You said you can see black specks? I feel like pinprick and then I'll see a tiny black speck like >. Do you see that? I was doing TTO in a bath with vinegar and it would sting the areas I felt the crawling. I was reading that TTO helps yeast infections and whole bunch of fungus/bacteria issues. I might go back to do the TTO baths a few days a week. It's such a pain not knowing what you have :-(
Needpeace,
why don't you go to a dermatologist and have them do a biopsy or a scraping in order to determine what you have? No good to keep treating something when you have no idea what you have. The derm can, at least, rule out things, and/or diagnose you, and prescribe some meds for you, to treat your black specs.
Don

Denver, CO

#17 Feb 14, 2013
Read Paper Cuts here;

http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/Mo...

Black specks;

http://www.naturalnews.com/025757_disease_Mor...

"Others report black specks falling from their bodies that litter their sheets and bathrooms."

http://rense.com/general74/morg4.htm

"Black seed-like "specks" or "dots" on, or in, the skin or emerging from lesions"

http://www.morgellonsuk.org.uk/symptoms.htm

"Black specs coming out of skin pores"

Of course the crawling and stinging is common with morgellons.Quite a few people on the scabies forum have posted these symptoms.

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#18 Feb 16, 2013
Don wrote:
Read Paper Cuts here;
http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/Mo...
Black specks;
http://www.naturalnews.com/025757_disease_Mor...
"Others report black specks falling from their bodies that litter their sheets and bathrooms."
http://rense.com/general74/morg4.htm
"Black seed-like "specks" or "dots" on, or in, the skin or emerging from lesions"
http://www.morgellonsuk.org.uk/symptoms.htm
"Black specs coming out of skin pores"
Of course the crawling and stinging is common with morgellons.Quite a few people on the scabies forum have posted these symptoms.
Don - if you had read my original post, and the link I posted, you would know that I know about Morgellons.

The Morgellons is a fungus.
FRED

Denver, CO

#19 Feb 17, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Don - if you had read my original post, and the link I posted, you would know that I know about Morgellons.
The Morgellons is a fungus.
You are wrong, before you read a few articles on morgellons and then think you know what it is take this into account. The Charles Holman Foundation and the Carnicom institute are considered top level research organizations and they are very tentative about saying exactly what it is because they don't know .

This is the main problem with people here in this forum, the way they go about trying to cure themselves is very unscientific, they read a few things and try some bogus unsubstantiated cure where they have no clue about the EXACT mechanism of action and they theorize based on limited knowledge and someone else unsubstantiated theory.

The Morgellons is NOT a fungus , a fungus is biological and the Morgellons growth is not biological. The main culprit is transgenic DNA. I'm sure you don't know everything about exactly what to expect from transgenic DNA(TNA or PNA). The DNA uses sugar based proteins from the cell walls of a Candida growth, which is a fungus, to bind with internal toxins. But there is nobody and I repeat nobody who knows exactly what is happening. That is partly because of the function of fluid genomes.

For you to say you know what morgellons is is ludicrous. It's the same lame attitude that has caused so much suffering in this place. When you come up with some treatment you better know the exact mechanism of action and the exact effects on the body.

Adopting this research attitude has allowed myself to cure myself.

If you want to know something about transgenic DNA and horizontal gene transfer you can watch this but be careful you might just learn something.

http://hstalks.com/main/view_talk.php...
FRED

Denver, CO

#20 Feb 17, 2013
Morgellons is a synthetic growth with symptoms that very often mimic scabies. One of the building blocks is Silica.

Dr H. Staninger is a world class industrial toxicologist and Dr. R. Karjoo is a world class pathologist . They did extensive microscopic examination of samples from Morgellons patients and found the presence of Silica in all the samples, including cross sections of fibers. Silica is found in many forms including some health supplements, as a food additive and in sun screen and soaps which get absorbed through the skin. Read all labels and take silica completely out of your lifestyle . Evidence says that it is one of the building blocks of the morgellons synthetic growth. Some people in morgellons forums are actually eating Diatomaceous Earth in order to abrade the biofilm away, this is so detrimental on so many health levels not to mention it is one of the building blocks you want to remove.

My estimate is that over half the posters here have morgellons. My method Not only removes the toxins that the synthetic growth is based on , but it kills the Candida which the growth follows in your body AND it attacks the transgenic DNA. The latter being something that no other researcher has accomplished.

In other words it addresses all the components. End of story, end of morgellons for people who embrace my method.

I was able to do this because other researchers like to start from square one or reinvent the wheel so to speak. There aren't enough years in someones life for that. All the science is already there with substantiating studies, all you have to do is read them all, like the hundreds of studies I read, and bring them together in meaningful context. I followed all the clues and scrutinized them for EXACT mechanism of action.

To be clear morgellons is not a fungus but it utilizes one in it's formation. It is a synthetic growth that the majority of posters at the scabies forum have.
FRED

Denver, CO

#21 Feb 17, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
I was starting to think I had Morgellons ... or worse... some unknown parasite that would take years to eradicate. I've been scouring the interwebs after the perm and ivermectin treatments seemed to be failing, Morgellons seemed to fit the bill and although I'm fine with doing the major detox, and all the health food treatments that Morgellons would entail, it's having something that you can't talk about without having the "delusional parasitosis" label slapped on you. I hate that doctors say that...
Tonight I found this:
http://malassezia-yeast-mystory.blogspot.com....
I'm sitting watching Downton Abbey covered in Yogurt, Acidophilus and Milk (YAM).
I'm praying this works!
See the difference here between someone's mindless drivel blog and a scientific study. Here are some examples of scientific studies.

http://jmm.sgmjournals.org/content/59/4/496.s...

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22245574

Get your information from sources like the above, read them until you completely understand the info and then read all the othe science pertaining to your perceptions and put them into a meaningful context, sleep on it and maybe just maybe you will have an epiphany.
Bill

Fairfax, VA

#23 Nov 6, 2013
I have felt the itching and stinging. I did a lot of research and found that this occurs after I eat bleached flour products . I think that my body cannot take the tainted wheat products. I say wheat products because It is either the wheat that is bleached or manipulated yeast in the bread or both in combination. When I cut these out I no longer have the symptoms and I generally feel better. I do believe it is candida related so I eat a lot of bananas which break down the candida. A strict candida diet did not work for me. We in this day and age eat too much breads and pastas or sugars. Eat more fruits and vegetables. I also found unable ached Fluor has no effect on me. I am no expert but these are observations and things I have tried and had success with.
dean

Bristol, UK

#24 Nov 28, 2013
I need help I woke up with slight scratchs on my body in the shape of a F it has happend a few times now and get pin pricks to have looked it up and seen like I have a ghost in my house

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