Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
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23-02-2013, 09:54 PM
RE: Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
I've had a tight pinching pain in my lung since I was 11! It hurts to breath when it does so. *angry*
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23-02-2013, 10:58 PM (This post was last modified: 23-02-2013 11:10 PM by Lienda Bella.)
RE: Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
Sorry, it's extremly frustrating to be called crazy for every symptom and never look at it age 14-34. I've had it time and again and so tired of the arena. I might as well just not rant about myself later.
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24-02-2013, 09:59 AM
RE: Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
Since they come out of your body and then go back in, you could point a (HD/4k)videocam on the spots this normally happens, on your entire back or whereever eg. while you're sitting before your pc and show it to your doctor after you got one of em on film?

You see our reactions and imo they aren't unreasonable. Some footage could make it clearer to you and maybe even your doc whether your problem is outside of your mind or not
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24-02-2013, 10:17 AM
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(24-02-2013 09:59 AM)Vipa Wrote:  Since they come out of your body and then go back in, you could point a (HD/4k)videocam on the spots this normally happens, on your entire back or whereever eg. while you're sitting before your pc and show it to your doctor after you got one of em on film?

You see our reactions and imo they aren't unreasonable. Some footage could make it clearer to you and maybe even your doc whether your problem is outside of your mind or not

Yes, the doctor needs actual proof that this is happening to he can refer you to the right specialist. Otherwise, he'll keep saying that it's all in your head. Your family doctor is probably not used to seeing bizarre symptoms as the one you described, if in fact this is not psychological. It's not unreasonable for the doctor to say you're fine when he/she has done all what is in his/her scope to do. You said that this has been going on for a while, so you're going to have to really push the issue with your doctor(s).

Are you able to see a specialist without a referral?

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24-02-2013, 10:33 AM
RE: Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
(23-02-2013 10:58 PM)Lienda Bella Wrote:  Sorry, it's extremly frustrating to be called crazy for every symptom and never look at it age 14-34. I've had it time and again and so tired of the arena. I might as well just not rant about myself later.
No one has called you crazy. There are explanations of your symptoms, some of which are psychological, some of which are physical.

For instance, it may be that your sensory nerves are sending false signals so that you feel something that isn't there. Your feelings are real, but they come from your nerves.

Amputees often feel pain from their severed limbs - it is the severed nerves sending signals that the brain processes as pain. They aren't crazy, they are having a real experience. It just isn't what their brains tell them it is.

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24-02-2013, 10:40 AM
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(23-02-2013 06:58 PM)Lienda Bella Wrote:  I went for a visit to the local clinic and the doctor and his staff have refused to test me or help. I have gotten this another time at other clinics for my lung. I had told and told that I had a pinch feeling in my left lung, but they ultra sounded my heart and told me I was fine. I am positive that I have parasitic worms crawling around my body. How long they have been with me, what type of worm they are, and where they are from is a mystery! He wanted to look for a bite mark and couldn’t find it despite the fact I told him it had been at least a couple of weeks since I saw a tiny worm slither back into me.

It was grayish and slightly whitish and almost transparent looking. I’ve had visual hallucinations that I now acknowledge aren’t real. I’ve been scratching my butt on occasion, but mostly I itch all over. I’ve dealt with the feeling of fleas for months and so long that I can barely tell the difference anymore. Many nights I have gone to bed feeling crawls, bite feelings and jumps when there isn’t a flea problem. It felt like bugs were crawling around my eye lids, and even my eyes have felt pokey for a good while now. It’s when I saw the worm slither back into me that I realized where the frustrating was coming from.

(I had to sit among black fleas for two weeks because the apartment complex staff screwed up. “Duhr oh, I forgot to write down your order. He’ll be by next week.” I wasn't happy with it. After the pest man sprayed I kept feeling them day after week after month! In fact, I asked for him to come spray at least four more times, thinking that they were there, but not seeing a single one those four times.)

After he listened to half the story I was going to tell him, he gave me an address and place to go to, saying they were an expert on the matter. He actually told me that he believed me about parasites, the liar. “Yeah parasites will do that.” Only to find out that he held onto just the hallucinations part, and sent me to psychologists to talk about my feelings, which have nothing to do with itching and worm infection that I asked to look into! I specifically told him that I wanted a test to confirm parasites. I was angry because the money we spent just got trash canned. Lo and behold, a while later I just happen to rub my back while on the computer here and immediately after feeling a mosquito like pinch. It felt like there was a tiny piece of skin back there, so I pulled on it and pulled it further until I felt an odd, slightly rubbery ‘snap.”

I looked at my fingers, and no bigger than a large flea was, oh gee no ****, a balled up something that was greyish, whitish. It defiantly wasn’t part of my skin. Being as pathetically, unbelievably stupid as I tend to be with evidence I pitched the tiny thing. *Head to desk* I mentioned how I’m an idiot like that in another forum recently. About thirty something minutes ago, I felt a ‘bite’ back there again. This time I felt something a little more firm back there, and immediately know it was a worm again. I tried to grab it, and rushed to the restroom to no avail. I rubbed back there again, and my skin was smooth. It’s probably because the little bastard slithered inside me again! A few minutes later, I rubbed and there was a bump, so I had my Mom look. She looked real close and said that she saw a very, very tiny hole. Now, I have to continue going about my life knowing that worms in my body are sucking my blood.

I’ve felt them in my blood veins, yes. I took my arm one evening and twisted it during a little tantrum, and suddenly and literally I felt a wormy thing swim up my left arm, across my chest, didn’t feel anything in my neck, felt it go across the upper part of my nose and into a specific problem spot in my scalp. The same spot that just happens to have had unusual headaches on occasion, have weird buzzing feelings, and makes a feint ‘thd-thd-thd-thd-thd’ sound when I recover. Since then, I had pain one time and actually feel a bit better in there. The itch is still so annoying to deal with. I just want to slide into my bed sheets, relax without scratching for an hour, and have my appealing day dream and go to sleep. I feel pretty ok, just the crawly, biting, itchy, and hallucinations are an issue.
I am NOT saying that it all in your head. I think your nerves actually send these signals to your brain. THEN it is in your head. But I think there is a physical reason for it. It's not the first time I have heard of this, and there wouldn't be so many people so utterly convinced that there are worms crawling inside them if there wasn't some reasonable explanation. I am so sorry you have to suffer through this without getting an explanation or help.
I sympathize because many years ago I contracted Lyme disease, before there was a way to test for it properly. (Actually, the tests they have today still have a HUGE error margin because the bugs go dormant and then re-emerge). I was told it's all in my head, while I was slowly approaching a state where I could barely move at all, had encephalitis twice and was in great pain. I finally came across an experimental self help group, ordered the suggested combination of antibiotics from New Zealand without prescription and it worked. The same combo of antibiotics is still used today.
Science and medicine are not perfect, they are always evolving and learning new things. My guess would be you have a non recognized nervous disorder. I don't think you have bugs, I think your nerves are sending faulty messages. They are very, very real to you.
All I can suggest is to research online, find other people with the same issue (there are plenty out there) and talk with them about it. You can also look at nutritional properties of the food you eat and see if any is known to affect the nervous system. Last not least, Look at herbal substances that calm nerves, such as Chamomile and Valerian and many others, and try these things.
You can't sit on your duff and wait for someone to help you with this, obviously they can't as yet.
And read the article Chas suggested carefully again, look at it with different eyes, don't feel discounted or offended, but pick out facts. http://healthland.time.com/2011/05/23/bu...your-mind/
Research, learn, try what you find and most importantly, talk to others who have the same thing. Take care of yourself!!!

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24-02-2013, 12:05 PM
RE: Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
I refuse to ignore that I felt one sticking out of me with my fingers, saw one on my front and pulling out another and physicaly looking at it. (This rant has failed.)

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24-02-2013, 12:28 PM
RE: Parasites. I'm certain I have them.
Don't we, as mammals, all have parasites of some description?

I can relate to the itchiness.

I suffer from this... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urticaria ... which is a pain on the arse and everywhere else.

It's why I avoid tomato seeds which is the main cause of the allergic reaction, for me.

Heat is problem too but oddly, now I live in permanently hot climate, it's less of a problem than a sudden change in body temperature.

Damn difficult to sleep some nights and it certainly does feel like being attacked by fleas etc.

Lienda, you have my sympathy and more because it sounds like you have it worse than I.

It started when I was around 12 or 13 and I have learned to manage it over the years but I certainly used to have horrible nightmares about insects when I was younger.

It took a long time to get a diagnosis because no doctor took me seriously because the symptoms usually subsided while waiting to be seen by the local doc.

Oddly, nobody thought of filming it happening but then, no one had an iPhone.

I'm told it will go away after my first baby or menopause. Whoop-de-fucking-doo!

I'm not offering a diagnosis, just a possible avenue of enquiry.

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24-02-2013, 12:31 PM
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No one is saying they do not seem real. The fact is, if anyone had parasites for as long as stated they would be dead, and be having other symptoms, fevers, liver damage, etc etc. Hallucinations seem very real to those having them.

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24-02-2013, 12:42 PM
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(24-02-2013 12:31 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  No one is saying they do not seem real. The fact is, if anyone had parasites for as long as stated they would be dead, and be having other symptoms, fevers, liver damage, etc etc. Hallucinations seem very real to those having them.

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