Chiming in here much later. I am going through exactly what this other poster is going through that you donít seem to believe is related a parasite infection. It is indeed related likely to a pa ....
Chiming in here much later. I am going through exactly what this other poster is going through that you don't seem to believe is related a parasite
infection. It is indeed related likely to a parasite
infection. I have the wiggling/twitching/jabbing and spasmic movements to throughout my body but esp. in left foot and in my head/scalp now. It is driving me nuts lately as the activity has increased and I can clearly feel a very long large "thing" moving across my scalp and often towards the area above my ears which I hate. I have to massage, scratch, poke, rub to get it to move back to middle of head and then it just moves back. With increase in anti parasite
meds, I have seen more activity. Which is good, but if you've never felt what it feels like to have a large Ascaris
Lumbricoides roundworm creep/crawl across your head, you would'nt understand. Worse and just as bad perhaps, is the constant squirming and tickling I keep feeling (more and more lately) in my right ear - "something" moving (I've felt it with the ip of my pinky finger after poking it in my ear - wet and squirming, filling up my estachian tube, likely trying to get away from antiparasite supplements. Maddening!
By the way, I was finally diagnosed with an outside lab -- one of three I had to pay for that correctly identified Ascaris
Lumbricoides eggs. One does of Albendazole or Ivermectin did not cure it as I have had this infection for 5 plus years, undiagnosed or treated correctly - the last year has been the time I have been trying to treat it when I finally realized I had parasites
due to obvious symptoms. No doctor even brought up the idea. So like the other poster, I know and can tell that the odd movement sensations I am feeling our parasite worms (Ascaris Lumb) traveling/migrating through my body outside of the intestines. I don't believe it is "rare"- just that doctors rarely know or accurately diagnosed parasites
in their patients. If they are missing mine (in mainstream labs and even 2 other alt labs) and doing just a few blood tests, then telling me that they don't believe I have parasites, when I know damn well I do due to obvious evidence and sensations I feel (not related to nutrition or being "delusional"), then I am sure they are missing diagnosing thousands of patients, and that's only the patients who ask for a stool test or mention that they might have some sort of infection that they know of. Mainstream doctors think the same way. To them it is "rare" that parasites
are found outside of the intestine. Apparently they have not gone on CureZone (and they would likely label all these parasite infection sufferers as "delusional") and read all the other people who have posted here dealing with Ascaris
Lumbricoides (large roundworms) and their migrating/traveling sensations of crawling, creeping, and tickling all over the body. I sure wish anyone who has never felt this could do so, so they would understand.