Question about bacterial infections a...

Question about bacterial infections and scabies...

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Worried

Abilene, TX

#2 Jul 31, 2014
I apologize for any duplicate posts. For some reason, when I read through threads I have posted on, the numbers and my posts don't show up. I feel like a ghost. It's very frustrating when I try reaching out to people to offer comfort and ask for help, only to lose everything.
pretty crazy

Jackson Heights, NY

#3 Aug 1, 2014
Worried wrote:
I apologize for any duplicate posts. For some reason, when I read through threads I have posted on, the numbers and my posts don't show up. I feel like a ghost. It's very frustrating when I try reaching out to people to offer comfort and ask for help, only to lose everything.
Good morning Worried. If you're the same one I said this to before, then I reiterate, get in the habit of copying your post before hitting the submit button. Then if it doesn't show up, you can re-paste it in the box. The fastest easiest way is to hit Ctrl and the "A", then Ctrl and the "C". You don't have to take your hands off the keyboard. But if you're posting via phone, then idunno.

Once I tried to post/paste a link, and no matter how many times I tried it just wouldn't be there. in that case it may have been a firewall issue, or a control setting on the part of the originating website.

It's too bad real people have such problems, while the fakers are wallpapering the joint.

I don't open the site much anymore, so I don't remember your backstory. Here's hoping you're getting better everyday.
pretty crazy

Jackson Heights, NY

#4 Aug 1, 2014
Worried, I never, ever, during this whole ordeal, got any type of skin infection. If you get bites, like I did, they last a lonnng time. But not because of the presence of fungus or bacteria, but because of the invading organism.

Scabies--if that is what I had--don't really "bite." They use an enzyme to melt (for lack of a better term) away the derma. So the destruction to the skin is like a teeny tiny chemical burn. That is, if you have bites.

The itch is caused by your own immune system.
pretty crazy

Jackson Heights, NY

#5 Aug 1, 2014
dang that troll is obsessed! I didn't even leave the computer and within a few minutes he judged my two above posts.

what it must be like to be so singularly purposed....
Worried

Abilene, TX

#6 Aug 1, 2014
Hi, pretty crazy. Yes, we discussed my posting issue before. I replied to you on that thread and THAT post didn't show up on my end. The OP of this thread is missing. I copied and pasted it twice more just to make sure it updated. Only one post was visible out of three when I left the site. I see my apology for duplicate posts and your replies. No post #1. I don't understand what's going on as I see all these SPAM threads. When I need help, or if I reply to encourage someone, 9 times out of 10, there's nothing there.

My original question was: Would Lyme disease make me sick enough to be hospitalized?

I have symptoms. The pinpricks in my feet with no visible sores is one of them. I'm constantly chilled and feverish. I have an appointment with a dermatologist in 4 days. I hope he can help with this nightmare!

Thanks for replying.

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