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You keep posting the same thing every month,and never take any advice.what do you want to hear,That you've got some kind of
alien superbug......get over it already
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are you for real?? yes i have started a couple of other threads.
i thought it was something else, ie: mites/bugs etc. its not.

i have since learned that its definitely bacterial, related to the cyst that docs could of told me a long time ago instead of stuffing around.

i have spent probably $2000+ on stuff recommended by people on GLP.

if it solved my problem, i wouldnt be asking.
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I read all your threads... Why would you waste $2000 on products recommended by people over the internet? If you don't have qualified Doctors in your area, do some research online and go fly to treat with a Doctor who is qualified to treat your 'condition'...

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It's bedbugs.. & they dig a bit below the skin to lay their eggs. Check between the edging probably near the top of your mattress, since you said these "cysts" are on your scalp they love dark warm damp places, near your head would serve as a source of food and a convenient place to incubate the babies.. shroom
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why are you so rude to people actually taking a few moments to help any way they can?

sorry you're feeling pain, but really you can be a little less patronizing. just ignore the posts if you like, maybe someone else would like to read them.

also, why ask for medical help on a conspiracy website? go to curezone.com and ask there. might help you.

good luck.
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You keep posting the same thing every month,and never take any advice.what do you want to hear,That you've got some kind of
alien superbug......get over it already
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are you for real?? yes i have started a couple of other threads.
i thought it was something else, ie: mites/bugs etc. its not.

i have since learned that its definitely bacterial, related to the cyst that docs could of told me a long time ago instead of stuffing around.

i have spent probably $2000+ on stuff recommended by people on GLP.

if it solved my problem, i wouldnt be asking.
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How did you determine it's definitely bacterial?

(I remember you from your other thread, I'm the one that suggested white/black piedra.)
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OK logged in now -- I still think fungi/yeast. You mentioned you're in Oz: [link to www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au]

"The Mycology Unit provides a definitive identification service on fungi and yeasts isolated from medical and veterinary clinical specimens. It also performs antifungal drug sensitivity tests on fungi and yeasts, and a serological tests for several systemic fungal infections."
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Im no doctor, but this has worked for me many times for many different ailments.

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i thank you kindly for your input..

i have tried all types of remedys. obviously garlic is one of them.
not just normal garlic but garlic extract witch would be like taking 10 whole bulbs.

i have tried all sorts of tinctures and cleanses.

back to the keyword here... IDENTIFY ! ! ! !!

not after cures, anyone that posts ANYTHING like this will be wasting their time, as its been said before, and i've tried it.

if you can think of it, I HAVE TRIED IT ! ! !

i need real medicine, as much as i hate the stuff.

keyword again: IDENTIFY ! IDENTIFY ! IDENTIFY ! IDENTIFY !
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what is exactly <real medicine> ?
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Do you want to get rid of it, or do you want to name the thing you could die from?

I'll identify it for you. You have a pH imbalance, and I can prove it.
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well i need to identify it because doctors refuse to look into it, without knowing what it is it might just well kill me treating it as something its not.

so far you are probably on the money. except proving it.
cant be proven, as yet. i guess i'll go find a ph test kit or something..

but keep in mind, im probably going to starve myself for a week to buy it.. as i literally have spent everything i had.
got a few coins to buy bread and milk.

i hope you are right....
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Honestly? It sounds like you need pyschiatric help. This could be a common paranoia. I don't see anything in your photos...
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Honestly? It sounds like you need pyschiatric help. This could be a common paranoia. I don't see anything in your photos...
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^^ This. And OP, you need to calm the fuck down, take a chill pill, and stop yelling "IDENTIFY" every time someone recommends you something.
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
i got a haircut last year,

i got some kind of bite (or so i thought, its actually a cyst)..

whatever it was turned into a small lump,
and was spewing itchy bugs (or bacteria most likely) into the air around me, and all on my face / clothes.

pic of scalp cyst.. took 200 pics to get 1 focused shot then hair covering it a bit:
[link to imageshack.us]

random tiny bite type thing on wrist (zoomed 30x or something): [link to imageshack.us]
random tiny bite type thing on upper arm, zoomed in 30x again: [link to imageshack.us]

i would say, these are mini cysts.. as i had one appear that was a bit bigger than most, and it actually turned into a greeny yellowy puss filled cyst after 1 day.


for over a year, i have had docs listen to what i say, but never bother to look at my scalp longer than 10 seconds.
finally a couple of weeks ago, a doc actually took 30sec to look and says 'oh thats a cyst'..

unfortunately the doc was not prepared to look into the underlying cause of the cyst.

so thanks to the docs not bothering to do their job or jumping to conclusions, i have been thinking its things its not and generally wasting time i dont have to waste.

it makes me itch like i have fleas / wipe at my face constantly.
IT ALSO DOES THE SAME TO PEOPLE IN MY PRESENCE ! ! ! (this is where the docs usually say 'that doesn't fit any textbook case i know of.. could be one of 1000 things, try another doc')

the fact i got it getting a haircut (or some other contact) makes me think it could be a type of staph infection.

it seems to infect clothes, it likes hair, and it likes damp conditions.
the only thing that seems to kill it off my clothes is dry cleaning, works 100%.. where as bleach, borax etc, does not do a thing even when put through a dryer for 1hr, then airtight bagged for a month. 100% cant be scabies or mites.

i thought it was scabies (even misdiagnosed from a doc), treated as scabies,
then thought it was fungal (still could be, but would have to be internal).
have used every possible thing that would kill both mites and fungus on the skin. spent thousands at the drop of a hat, keeping strict routines, at the advice of internet experts.. without knowing real the cause.

it has to be internal.

docs refuse to run any tests at all, even though i have asked. only a biopsy looking for mites witch i tried to tell them was pointless, but they wanted to eliminate it as a possibility. after it came back no mites, yet again i get told to find a new doctor, so back to square one for the tenth time.

i really don't have any time to sort this out, so im going to attempt to purchase a pin as this is as good a conspiracy as any.

i cant work, have had no social life for a year, and spent my savings (well over 10K) on docs and treatments.

as you can see im pretty frustrated. please help if you can.

and thanks in advance, i know someone has the answer.
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Have you tried Oil Of Oregano? How about Thieves Oil? Very high doses of Vitamin D3 25-30,000 IU'S
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Ok, then. Go to the doctor and demand he run a full bacterial culture on your "cyst". A couple different agars would be able to help identify types of bacteria and possibly fungus.

Some cysts just... happen. Your itching may even be completely separate from the cyst. That bump may have just happened to have occurred around the same time as your symptoms.

For that matter (I sure hope you don't get mad at me for saying this and I'm not trying to be inflamatory), but it could very well be psychological. Physical symptoms CAN manifest through psychological prompting. This could also be why people around you start to itch. It's like the yawn reflex. When one person yawns, others around them are likely to yawn. Same thing could be occurring in this situation: others see you becoming godawful uncomfortable, and they could start having sympathetic reactions. I'm itching more just typing about it.

What do you think? What tests have you had the doctors run on your scalp and skin? If you've spent so much on "cures", try telling the doctor that you'll pay for those extra tests to be 100% sure.

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I believe it's chemtrail related. You're just having a worse reaction than most other people.
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Im no doctor, but this has worked for me many times for many different ailments.

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i thank you kindly for your input..

i have tried all types of remedys. obviously garlic is one of them.
not just normal garlic but garlic extract witch would be like taking 10 whole bulbs.

i have tried all sorts of tinctures and cleanses.

back to the keyword here... IDENTIFY ! ! ! !!

not after cures, anyone that posts ANYTHING like this will be wasting their time, as its been said before, and i've tried it.

if you can think of it, I HAVE TRIED IT ! ! !

i need real medicine, as much as i hate the stuff.

keyword again: IDENTIFY ! IDENTIFY ! IDENTIFY ! IDENTIFY !
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Do you want to get rid of it, or do you want to name the thing you could die from?

I'll identify it for you. You have a pH imbalance, and I can prove it.

But first, your doctors are right, because when you have a pH imbalance, the particular critter could be any of a thousand different things. However, here is something they don't know. The one thing that lets those thousand different things survive is a pH imbalance.

The reason no natural treatment you tried worked is that as long as the pH is off, you'll never get rid of all the critters.

So when the pH is fixed, the critter dies and the problem is solved without ever knowing which critter it is.

Okay, now for the proof. You'll need pH strips. And you'll need to measure your urine pH four times a day at 8am, 1pm, 5pm, and 9pm. Do that for three days, however.

If the urine pH is balanced, half the readings would be under 6.2 and half would be over 6.2 pH. Your pH won't be 50/50.

If my imbalance was mostly below 6.2, I'd start taking two tablespoons of emulsified cod liver oil along with a parasite cleanse.

If the readings were mostly above 6.2, I'd take 6,000 mgs of borage oil in divided doses plus a parasite cleanse.

I'd keep monitoring my urine and continue with the oil until I was thoroughly balanced.
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I'm pulling the above in as a quote to make a statement that I think you should consider: you're experiencing an allergic reaction to structural building mold. The allergic reaction will present as severe itching/sores and will also include the imbalanced ph levels of urine and if it continues long enough and is supported by a diet heavy in protein you will soon experience gout in one or both feet.

The first thing to do is move to a building that isn't full of structural mold. Ask for proof that it has passed a mold check. Give it at least a week and see if you improve. If you improve have your other home checked for structural mold. If found it has to be treated by mold experts and is costly. It may be cheaper to move than to have the house treated and if you're a renter, lucky you that you can more easily move on and not worry with the aftermath.

I've spent the past 5 years trying to track down a cure for myself. I can't believe it's taken me this long to figure it for myself that my house has structural mold. It doesn't bother my husband in the same way or as seriously as it effects me, but I'm a congestive heart patient with a low immunity anyways, so everything bothers me worse than it does him.

Good luck. I haven't always responded to your past postings about this but you've certainly had my attention because of how similar our nightmares have been. Good luck.
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. . . rub alcohol on the spots every time they act up [later start using Neosporin, if necessary] . Shampoo with a flea and tick shampoo for dogs, found at WalMart. Also bath in it. In other words use it as your soap.

You can get something for head lice, at WalMart, that you can put on the skin, if the remedy i mentioned doesnot work.

If all else fails go to the local health food store and ask them for help, as to herbs you can take to cure it in a systemic manner. You should keep using the exterior remedy also, but not for too long, because it is poison.

If you go to a doctor he will give you cortisone, which will drive the "bug" in deep, where it will sleep, and rise up later as a whole new thingy . . .

The next thought will be fungus, and that would be to purchase a can of Tinactin (dry powder) and start spraying the spots. This will take at least 10 weeks for a cure. Yes, fungus/mold infection is a nasty ass sucker to cure, and thatis why the witch doctore call it "cansur make a lot of money on that".

Itis possible itis bed bugs, but i doubt it. Not scabbies either . . . You may have ants etc. that wander onto your person as you sleep, and how'bout mosquetoes . . . fleas . . . lice?

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Dry skin
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dry skin is NOT contagious. thanks anyway..

Did you try this?

[link to www.nizoral.com]

Active ingredient
Ketoconazole 1%

it not a temporary relief crap its a cure.

good luck

yes. i spent 100's of $$$ on nizoral, the 2% cream not the 1% shampoo.

i have also helped many people who genuinely have dry skin and other ecezma and dermo probs.. because i've learned so much about every dermo problem, except my own.. because my prob is obviously internal..

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are you retarded or inbred? i cant tell the difference..
go back to school you fucking idiot.

Scabies...gross
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i wish it was that simple. i really do. but its not.

OK logged in now -- I still think fungi/yeast. You mentioned you're in Oz: [link to www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au]

"The Mycology Unit provides a definitive identification service on fungi and yeasts isolated from medical and veterinary clinical specimens. It also performs antifungal drug sensitivity tests on fungi and yeasts, and a serological tests for several systemic fungal infections."
 Quoting: ten of wands


unfortunately Australia's a bloody big country and im not near adelaide.
the docs i have seen refuse to refer me to any such places,
have even had a couple say 'dont go shopping around, we will get you fixed just trust us!!'

putting my trust in medical professionals has done no good at all.

what is exactly <real medicine> ?
goodluck
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would have to say, antibiotics, as previously stated but no one ever reads the thread, just the last post. thanks, i need a bit of luck the way things are going.

It's bedbugs.. & they dig a bit below the skin to lay their eggs. Check between the edging probably near the top of your mattress, since you said these "cysts" are on your scalp they love dark warm damp places, near your head would serve as a source of food and a convenient place to incubate the babies.. shroom
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no, its not bedbugs. secondly, bedbugs do not lay eggs on your skin. i have put up with bedbugs for 3 years prior to this. they are 100% exterminated. it could possibly be a viral infection that i got from them.. also a shitload of rats/mice around, the bugs could feed on them and pick something up, then giving it to me?? i have no idea, but the docs refuse to accept that as a possibility and as such refuse to test for anything.

why are you so rude to people actually taking a few moments to help any way they can?

sorry you're feeling pain, but really you can be a little less patronizing. just ignore the posts if you like, maybe someone else would like to read them.

also, why ask for medical help on a conspiracy website? go to curezone.com and ask there. might help you.

good luck.
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i am not rude, i am simply frustrated that people DONT TAKE THE TIME TO READ BEFORE POSTING. ie: dont post stupid things i have already tried, or my thread turns into every post saying 'what about XXXXX, or xxxx have you tried xxxxx? when i fucking have tried it, and everything else you can even think of. EVERYTHING MEANS EVERYTHING.

dont confuse frustration with rudeness.

read the thread whos patronizing who...?

i've answered this before: because on a site like curezone you have 1000's of people asking questions, you do not get real doctors or anyone with REAL ADVICE. just people with problems, like myself, they are all after answers..

you then get the occasional trainee doctor from india jump on a thread and say 'ITS DERMATITIS BUY KETAKONAZOLE' and then not bother to follow up when you say it cant be.

so, why do i ask on here.. obviously because i have more chance of getting answers than i do elsewhere. glp has more logical brainpower than half the internet combined...

I read all your threads... Why would you waste $2000 on products recommended by people over the internet? If you don't have qualified Doctors in your area, do some research online and go fly to treat with a Doctor who is qualified to treat your 'condition'...
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


if you read all my threads, you wouldnt even bother asking that question.

fly where?? with what and how? i have no money, no money means i have a few coins.. thats it.. milk and bread money nothing else. maybe i should by a can of red bull and it will give me wings? coz thats about how people seem to see this. some imaginary bullshit when its not, and its destroying me. apparently there are no doctors qualified, or so i keep getting told.

doctors are not helpful. the genuine doctors admit that they do not have the knowledge to deal with it, or have the slightest clue where to send me.
after they all come up with BS that it isn't, do you think i have much faith in them? i mean.. who's going to refund me 20 grand, whos going to give me over a year of my life back? not them, they dont care.. because they have my money.. thats all they want.

i could send you 1000 bookmarked links, there is no relavent info to diagnose the problem, just other sufferers.

sorry for the mixed up order of quotes.. and thanks for the input.

i do appreciate it, as much as it might sound i dont. just please read before posting!!
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Honestly? It sounds like you need pyschiatric help. This could be a common paranoia. I don't see anything in your photos...
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^^ This. And OP, you need to calm the fuck down, take a chill pill, and stop yelling "IDENTIFY" every time someone recommends you something.
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LOL... if i have been assessed several times at my choice just to shut the doctors up,
and the psych's all say ITS REAL..

and they even admit to me causing them to itch in my presence then..

pretty sure its REAL.
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I've spent the past 5 years trying to track down a cure for myself. I can't believe it's taken me this long to figure it for myself that my house has structural mold. It doesn't bother my husband in the same way or as seriously as it effects me, but I'm a congestive heart patient with a low immunity anyways, so everything bothers me worse than it does him.

Good luck. I haven't always responded to your past postings about this but you've certainly had my attention because of how similar our nightmares have been. Good luck.
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thanks for the advice. i really do appreciate it.

can i ask, is it green or black mold? i have a lot of green mold around, bathroom etc, but no black mold.
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wash with bleach
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I believe it's chemtrail related. You're just having a worse reaction than most other people.
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i dont believe its chemtrail related. if there are such things.

Dont be afraid of water

Bath

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3652451


water sets it off. humidity sets it off. on a hot humid day, everyone around me will itch. water just seems to spread it?

also gets on my clothes, nothing except dry cleaning kills it.



i have tried oregano internally and externally. i have tried vitamin D, as well as just about every other vitamin in large doses, about the only thing it does is give me an upset stomach.
i have not tried thieves oil.. i will look into it and buy some instead of bread and milk, if its affordable.
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wash with bleach
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did that.. also washed all my clothes with that much bleach it turned my black clothes almost white, then put them in a high temp dryer for 1 hour, then bagged them up for a month..
and still as soon as i open that bag and grab something, i can feel it..

like a static feeling would be the only way to describe it.

dry cleaning works 100%. but unfortunately i cant dry clean myself.
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Re: invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.
Your symptoms sound like crepitus. It has a number of different causes. People going though chemical withdrawal, emotional issues, nerve disorders.

It can be horrible. Some people say it feels like spiders or ants crawling under their skin.

Crepitus is also the sound your bones make when they break and the ends grind against each other, and the also for the word what you hear and feel when you, or someone else, scratches nails on a blackboard.

I don't have any answers and you don't want them. And I don't blame you. But honest, the solution is out there. Forget everyone's advice (but I'm sure it's all well meaning) and search out the answer yourself. Like you're doing.

I live in Arizona now and for some reason the doctors in my area are the worst. I mean horrible. Even if you can get past the nurse practitioner to see them. So don't (I hope I'm not being redundant here) be afraid to be aggressive and demanding with them. These days doctors are businessmen first and healers second.

Just one thing. Have you tried acupuncture? Not all of them are competent. But if you find one that is (which can be difficult), it's almost like magic. (cured my sciatica after 6 years of intense pain, and seeing everyone from several chiropractors, and neurosurgeons that wanted to open me up and do sketchy operations on my spine).

Good luck. But look up crepitus for yourself and see if the symptoms fit.

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