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DO YOU THINK YOU HAVE SKIN PARASITES?
DO NOT email me via this website.If you have questions about skin parasites, please DO NOT EMAIL ME VIA THIS WEBSITE. Please send your questions to my personal email address, which is askme at askahealer dot com Unless you have personally had occasion to investigate the issue of skin parasites, you may not know they are numerous and different, requiring different approaches to treatment.There are a lot of skin bugs out there, including scabies and pubic lice ( both of which can be sexually transmitted ) and other parasites you may never have heard of before like Collembola and Morgellons. If you have an unexplained itch or rash, and you've ruled out allergic reactions, you could have skin parasites. The great news is that, if you have caught lice, scabies or some other sort of parasite that attacks the skin, safe, effective treatment is available.
There are three main types of skin parasites that often get misdiagnosed by the medical community. If you have felt like something was crawling on your skin or biting you but your doctor or dermatologist said there is nothing wrong, it may just be that they don't know how to properly look for scabies, collembola and morgellons disease.
SYMPTOMS OF A COLLEMBOLA (SPRINGTAIL) INFESTATION
Brain Fog, memory loss, difficulty thinking or concentrating
Mood Swings & Depression
Joint swelling and pain all over your body; Fibromyalgia
Lesions that hurt and include inflammation
Hard Nodules under the skin
Itching, creepy crawly feeling
Organisms biting, moving & scratching under the skin
Sores that do not heal
Over abundance of lint or dust in the house; believed to be moulting by the springtail.
Are scabies and springtails the same? No, they are different parasites altogether. There is a big difference on how the scabies mite and the springtails move around. Springtails have more of a jumping action; where the scabies can only move approximately 2.5 cm per minute. It is not uncommon for people to see a springtail, if the light is just right, to jump from an arm to a leg.
Additionally, we believe the skin crawling sensation may be due to the multiple flagella on the organism and the fibers are produced by the organism itself. One researcher claims that the organism is found widespread in bottled spring water from France. One study revealed that 1/3 of bottled waters are contaminated with this organism.
How can you see what's on your skin? Viewing skin lesions under sufficient magnification is very important. We suggest you consider purchasing a 30x lighted, handheld microscope. It’s a good idea to keep it with you.
DermaTechRx can offer you a solution for both Scabies or the other Skin Parasites. Don't worry.. You're in good hands. We're considered Experts when it comes to Parasites. We have a regimen we can
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