Husband was hospitalized in December 2015 with broken back and leg. Contracted something that gave him a rash. Typical response was hydrocortisone cream for the itching and discomfort. Blatant allergic reaction from bedding. Twelve days later rash seemed to subside a small bit then another 14 days in a Nursing home with another rash. All treatments were with steroids. At the time, I did not know this. Any way after months and months of research no such luck in finding the type of parasite
attacked my husband. Dug an insect out from a swollen pimple and looked under the microscope to see a flea like creature that had two tubes. One to anchor it to the host and the other to feed on blood. I have not found any other pictures of said parasite
and was told by the Dermatologist that under the skin fleas do not exist in the USA, only in Iraq and Middle East countries. Those are called Sand Fleas. But, I have not seen a picture of the parasite
I found. Afterwards began the bacterial infection of threads starting as very tiny sticks and then branching out to shapes. No relief or help from Doctors for weeping rash where allergic reaction was evident and strong. Contacted CDC for identification and they said they do not offer identification. Every where I have turned have turned their backs on my inquiries. I was shocked and angered by this blatant reaction to a patients needs. Now I have contracted the bacteria that the parasite carried when I was bitten on my arms when changing the bedding. I have been washing, vacuuming, borax, windex/ammonia spraying. The not knowing what I am dealing with has been the leading concern. I have found some relief from the borax on the carpets over night, stopped taking baths and using oils to protect my skin. Treated the infection like scabies because of the breeding regimen I was documenting. Now that the insect is dead, we are now dealing with ridding ourselves of the worms it carried along with the bacteria. It has been a night mare experience, exhausting daily work and has hindered my husbands recovery. I am angry at the blatant disregard the medical response has been and for some reason I feel like pressing their faces into their blatant disregard to the patients welfare and well-being. Also note: that I have as of today found the Malessezia Yeast information very interesting. Most of the information is coming from one location and very well put together coming from different blogging sites. My concern is that I have worm that came from a fruit fly that present enzymes that surround the larvae in its three stages making it almost impossible to kill during that myasias/cocoon. But once they hatched and the little white worms started crawling they were very easy to poison with Permethrin. The worms looked very much like flea larvae, but with the difference was that when they fully matured they had wings that had spots that showed they belonged to the species of Biting Midges from Argentina. So I am confused how a creature can look one way and they mature into something else, unless it was more than one parasite. Either way they are now dead. The threads surround the larvae as it makes a cocoon. I am wondering if the same process of the thread that looks like Morgellons, is actually the enzyme that is carried by this mystery bug that digs under the skin, causing allergic reaction, bumps and rashes, oozing. The embryos of said parasite is .1mm and less, airborne size and if it wasn't for the filaments/hair fibers holding the eggs, I would not have even seen them under the microscope.
Which is worse, a bacteria that is given by a parasite or a parasite that is thought to be a bacteria when in reality it is something completely different? I don't have the answer, but I won't stop until I understand why the medical field is blatantly disregarding the need to assist its patients.
I have received more useful tools here than anywhere else. For this I am grateful. The scrubbing of the skin before treatment has been very effective and not using oils to protect my skin stops protecting what has already gotten into my pores. The simple 50/50 spray of Listerine/generic and water sprayed on the hair and skin for 10 minutes will show results if there is anything present.
Herbal pills with olive leaf, turmeric, garlic, neem, Wormwood
, thyme and clove work. the combination of essential oil, fresh and powdered herbs pulled together into gelatin capsules and then frozen to keep its integrity.
Just started taking the worming regimen to get rid of the worms that came with the parasites, so I am hoping to be rid of everything within a few weeks. I can not imagine people suffering for years with the biting and crawling sensations. I found the whole experience intolerable. I am hoping by using a probiotic on my husbands sores will show an improvement as everything else dies. Just this evening the actual fibers were crawling on my inner arm without a worm present. So now it is strong enough to travel without the parasite present. It is blood thirsty violent thing and if anyone needed a weapon of bio warfare, I think that this is what this is.
What ended the Spanish War was Influenza. Blood diseases and outbreaks. People talked about the fear of Small Pox outbreak to force people to take inoculations. Makes a person think hard when there are those few that can not be given inoculations and fight against GMO's and pesticides. I now find myself wanting to bath up to my neck in poison for some relief. Such a crazy situation. Started steaming everything because a cooked egg of any sort is still a hard boiled egg. This fiber crap showing its resistance and hanging onto clothing and sheets can be killed with hydrogen peroxide and that is what I add to my laundry, along with oxywash and borax. Seriously thinking of buying some Triclosan and double washing the items after the initial wash, because this is what the hospital uses. I wonder if this is the problem and if it is resistant to that. Personally, I think it changes based upon the host and how many generations have hatched before the bacteria has taken root. Which is present in all the microscopic pictures I have taken. This whole process is quite amazing and strange.