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invisible itchy crawlie bugs on my scalp / skin - any medical or scientific professionals on GLP?? most likey to be internal bacterial infection.

 
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Hi again....

I'm the one that has had a similar issue...and I just use antihistimines to manage. In answer to your question...I've never tried any antibiotics.

The only natural thing I tried that really helped was a very low salicylate diet (google it to know more)...which did help alot....but I found it impossible to really stick to a low salicylate diet for longer than a week because in order to really cut out all salicylates...basically the only thing you can eat is meat, fish, rice, bread, water.

I did do some stuff to try to get my pH back in balance because my pH is or was too acidic. This didn't seem to help.

So that is why I just take the Zrytec antihistamines. It works well enough that I can live my life.
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yes some people stop them with a antihistamines, it has something to do with your blood chemistry that make them not like to eat on you anymore.
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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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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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You said you spent $2000 on recommendations you were given on GLP, why am I to believe you don't have the money to travel to see a specialist since you are convinced the doctor's don't know what they're talking about?

Haven't you realized yet you're not going to stumble across some random person on the internet who can tell you exactly what you have & how to treat it without any knowledge of your body or having given you a medical examination? If you state that Doctors can't diagnosis you, then you're looking in the wrong place looking for a diagnosis on the internet.... Having people recommend you treatments with no knowledge of what you actually have is pretty dangerous IMHO....

Go see a specialist... If they can't identify it, ask for a referral to another practicing physician in that network... Make phone calls to Doctors in your area, send emails, don't just show up and go see them....

It doesn't sound like you're trying very hard to address this in the correct manner... I've only been on GLP for like 5 months and I think I've seen at least 4 of your threads.... If this is your primary source of "help" then you're going about this in the wrong manner.
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what? are you serious or... just another troll.

i have no money because i cant work.

i have spend all my cash on bills and supposed cures. and more bills.

i have bills coming out my ass that i cant pay for...

what little money i have managed to scrape up over the last few years has pretty much been drained from me over the period of a year.

all up, its cost me over 20k... 10k+ cash...
10k of clothing that had to be thrown out.

take in the fact, i cant work.. theres another $500 a week im out of pocket.

add it up... i really cant be fucked spelling it out for you,

i have no cash. i have a tiny tiny bit of money tied up in an investment to HOPEFULLY make a FEW dollars back to get back on the right track when this is sorted.. witch is of no use to me if i cant get rid of this problem. if i cash that in, then... im as good as fucked because theres no way to magically create cash.. and i wont be able to save if i started working, because im that fucking far behind its a joke, and everyone seems to think its funny, but i dont.

i have sold off all my personal items of value one by one, paying fucking bills.. bills.. more bills.. buying 'cures' recommended by armchair experts who have no clue but think google has the answer for everything on the first page of search results.

you want to turn this into something it isn't?



email me,, i'll answer everything a lot clearer you point out things i would rather not discuss on a public forum.

a1481180@yahoo.com
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yes some people stop them with a antihistamines, it has something to do with your blood chemistry that make them not like to eat on you anymore.
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technically its nothing to do with bugs feeding on you.


when you itch, you are itching because your body produces histamines and sends a signal to your brain that says 'scratch me'

when you use anti-histamines you dont get this response as theres no signal for your brain to read.

also, it dopes you up, because when the body produces histamines it needs to produce adrenaline to counter it.

this in turn leads to sleep disorders (insomnia) in people who are itchy all the time.

and the opposite for people who use histamines regularly.

when it comes to the technical side theres not much i dont know..

except... what it is.
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O.k., can I ask u a few ?'s- I am a nurse and I believe I have been witness to something like this just recently. First, where do u live-city,state, next, besides getting haircut at time of first noticing this what activities were u doing, anything out of routine or different that time? Had u been to this hair salon prior to this and how well do u know this person cutting hair? Did it have slow onset to full blown problem or did i have a fast onset then full blown? Do u have pets? Had u been on vacation prior to onset ,within2-3 weeks prior? what is your front lawn or yard around house area consist if? Like , do u mow, is it well maintained? Do u work outside in yard or outdoors at all? Have u taken a sample of the "superbug" to any of Dr's u visited? Have u had this specimen analysd by lab?have they done a culture of this pustule, I actually would call this. Some one should have swabbed for fluid, or pus from inside this area with analysis, if It contains mite, of sorts, have they sent it off for any analysis thusfar? Do u have allergies? What is overall health, or any hospital, clinic, visits within that time frame? and how old r u? Sorry so many ? ??'sI have to know this to help. if u want to email me direct or call, just post back for me to evaluate in confidential and I will send it. Thnx and don't give up, I know ur tortured by this. Hope to help.
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please email me, you can find the address a couple of posts up.

just way to much personal info that i'd rather not post here. or i can answer most of the questions but leave out age/location etc.
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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.
1. Neem Soap - buy it, use it
2. Throw out your mainstream laundry detergent - use a natural soap like Bronners.
3. Stop eating wheat products, specifically GMO. This includes breads, buns, crackers, tortillas, chips - everything at the supermarket. If you have to, make your own bread using organic spelt flour. Also cut out GMO corn. The GMO wheat and corn are grown with microscopic buggies directly in their genetic makeup.
4. Buy the following oils and put them in a spray bottle with a base of witch hazel: cedar oil, neem oil, tea-tree/lavender oil. The mixture can be variable, but don't be afraid to go heavy on the neem in the mix. Spray yourself with this after you shower with the neem soap.
5. Buy white sage, it comes in a bundle wrapped in string. Light that shit up so the whole end is on fire and then blow it out so the smoke goes all over yourself, your bed, your furniture, everywhere. Waft it all around your hair.
6. After you smoke everything out, spray the above oil mixture from step 4 as a mist all over your bed, carpet, furniture.
7. Try to find a place to lay out naked in the sunlight, and try to let in as much sunlight as possible on everything.
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bump

getting somewhere already. someone recommended something,
unavailable where i am but i managed to get an essential oil that can only be used externally.

so far... its the only liquid i have put on my scalp that actually does not cause itching!! so it must do something.

still need to treat it internally and i've tried garlic, garlic oils, extracts, wormwood, green black wallnut husk tincture, cloves, gse, onions, lemons, all sorts of acids etc.

one problem, since i used this stuff that was recommended to me,

the hand i used to apply it to my scalp seemed to have picked up the bugs like a magnet and now its a real bad burning itch.

will see if it works for real when i apply it to my hand that is literally burning witch itchyness.
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1. Neem Soap - buy it, use it
2. Throw out your mainstream laundry detergent - use a natural soap like Bronners.
3. Stop eating wheat products, specifically GMO. This includes breads, buns, crackers, tortillas, chips - everything at the supermarket. If you have to, make your own bread using organic spelt flour. Also cut out GMO corn. The GMO wheat and corn are grown with microscopic buggies directly in their genetic makeup.
4. Buy the following oils and put them in a spray bottle with a base of witch hazel: cedar oil, neem oil, tea-tree/lavender oil. The mixture can be variable, but don't be afraid to go heavy on the neem in the mix. Spray yourself with this after you shower with the neem soap.
5. Buy white sage, it comes in a bundle wrapped in string. Light that shit up so the whole end is on fire and then blow it out so the smoke goes all over yourself, your bed, your furniture, everywhere. Waft it all around your hair.
6. After you smoke everything out, spray the above oil mixture from step 4 as a mist all over your bed, carpet, furniture.
7. Try to find a place to lay out naked in the sunlight, and try to let in as much sunlight as possible on everything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1421828


1. i have used neem soaps, shampoos and even pure neem oil. i have 5 litres of it (over a gallon!). does nothing. the itch spreads with it, if i soak my scalp, what runs off makes me itch wherever it runs.

2. i dont use mainstream products, i make my own from borax etc.

3. i dont eat wheat products. i am not stupid. i am highly gmo conscious. wheat is a no no, almost all mainstream wheat is gmo.

4. not sure i can afford, especially since its just another internet post and fuck knows how much i've spent taking peoples word for a cure.

5. that has been done in the past, not by me by some trippy chick that wanted to cleanse spirits or something.. odd but true.

6. now im confused.

7. i got no privacy where i am.. i hardly wear clothes anyway unless i have to be somewhere or have to wander around the house for some reason.. even then its to a minimum, like 2 items no socks etc. it seems to infect everything organic. my carpet does not seem to be infected for eg.

as for the sunlight, i have tried near 2 weeks straight in full summer sun, and it only made it worse. i put it down to humidity.

can i ask, what do you know about this problem i have?
or is this just procedure to follow for any general bacterial infection? just asking as it seems you have put that post together yourself, not copy pasted the info.
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OP have you considered that you might have something totally new and unidentified? Maybe that's the reason none of these cures do anything. It's a new disease, maybe a mutation of an earlier form.
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Haven't you realized yet you're not going to stumble across some random person on the internet who can tell you exactly what you have & how to treat it without any knowledge of your body or having given you a medical examination? If you state that Doctors can't diagnosis you, then you're looking in the wrong place looking for a diagnosis on the internet.... Having people recommend you treatments with no knowledge of what you actually have is pretty dangerous IMHO....

Go see a specialist... If they can't identify it, ask for a referral to another practicing physician in that network... Make phone calls to Doctors in your area, send emails, don't just show up and go see them....

It doesn't sound like you're trying very hard to address this in the correct manner... I've only been on GLP for like 5 months and I think I've seen at least 4 of your threads.... If this is your primary source of "help" then you're going about this in the wrong manner.
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i should of bothered to answer in more depth before,
but considering you claim to have read my other threads you should realize anything im trying to say, or point out.

to get a specialist appointment here, you need to be referred.
you cant just make your own. secondly, there's a bit of a wait,
and i have waited many months several times over just to be told 'sorry, you are in the wrong place' etc etc.. or straight up 'we don't have any answers for you, find a new doctor'.

you don't think im trying very hard? i've taken every appointment i can get, i've seen 10 different docs, 5 diff dermo's, many specialists, and to top it off probably spoken to, and even been assessed by probably near 20 psych docs.

its real. i have put everything i can into this.
in physical effort, time and money.

i don't expect a cure, but those who have this know what im talking about.
those who have this and post about it in detail, i can actually tell if its the same or not.
i've seen many similar cases that aren't the same, but people would like me to think it is.
only way to explain it is, you couldn't begin to comprehend what things are like for me. so take my word for it when i say i've tried everything. glp IS a last resort.
i managed to not post here about this for a long time...
but the nature of the problem, really does fit GLP criteria in the way of being a bit of a conspiracy.

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OP have you considered that you might have something totally new and unidentified? Maybe that's the reason none of these cures do anything. It's a new disease, maybe a mutation of an earlier form.
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yes. i have fully considered that.

problem is the docs wont consider that. if its not in a textbook somewhere,
they say you are delusional. if they aren't a textbook doctor, they will say go elsewhere could be one of 1000 different things.

if it is something real, mutated staph, herpes/chicken pox related, nanoscopic bugs etc..

i suggest everyone moves into the middle of nowhere,
because this will infect everyone in the next 20 years.

i am not the only person who suffers from this.
housemates of mine that have since moved also suffered from this.

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bump for a cure.

by the way, careful of posting any email adresses on here that might come up in google search results, i've already got a spam email, only took about 4hrs after posting it.
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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.
Hi
I had a similar problem to yours a couple of years ago for the first time. I don´t know if it was exactly the same although it sounds similar. I felt invisible crawlie bugs over my body/ scalp as well and specially in the hairy parts of my body, such as eyebrows , eyelashes, pubic hair, head, etc The worst for me was not the itchines but a kind of buzzing sensation on my skin and the movement of the bugs. It felt like I wanted to jump out of my skin. Since then I have had it a couple of times again although not as strong.
For me the worst time of the day was at night when I went to bed because they seemed to be more active at night that during the day.
I tried many things but nothing worked, I finally got rid of them using essential oils. I have plenty of different oils because I work with them so I made a mix and used them in an spray bottle mixed with water which I sprayed after the shower in the whole body. I also put some of the mix in the shampoo and I made natural soap with those essential oils. I also made sulphur soap which helped a lot.
The first time I had them I was so desperate that I mixed rubbing alcohol with the essential oils and sprayed it over my head, I swear I could feel the bugs running for their lives!!
When you use the essential oils at the begining it will feel more itchy for a few minutes but after a while you will feel the relief. If you use natural soap and sulphur soap, essential oils either diluted in water or in vinegar and mix it with your shampoo as well you will be free of them in about a week or two.
Other things are to never wear the same cloths twice, dry yourself after the shower with paper towels and trought hem after use and use a difusser of essential oils in the house, if you don´t have one just spray the air , bed, curtains etc with the same mixture of water and essential oils.
You can use different essential oils in your mix but always make sure that it has some citrus ones, such as lemon, lemongrass, citronella etc.
A good mix would be citronella, cedarwood, wintergreen, clove, cinammon, eucaliptus citridora, tea tree oil.
For good prices on essential oils look for online shops which sells soap making ingredients, you can buy bigger quantities much cheaper.
Be careful as some essential oils are quite strong so NEVER use them undiluted. Also , I found wintergreen to be very efective buy you have to be careful as it is toxic and used in excess can be fatal.
For the sleepless nights I found Taurine to be of great help because it helped me sleep plus will reduce the itchiness greatly.
My last advice is to try not too think too much about it , I know it is difficult, but for some reason i noticed that when I don´t give it so much tought it tends to be less strong.
I hope this helps.
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Hi
I had a similar problem to yours a couple of years ago for the first time. I don´t know if it was exactly the same although it sounds similar. I felt invisible crawlie bugs over my body/ scalp as well and specially in the hairy parts of my body, such as eyebrows , eyelashes, pubic hair, head, etc The worst for me was not the itchines but a kind of buzzing sensation on my skin and the movement of the bugs. It felt like I wanted to jump out of my skin. Since then I have had it a couple of times again although not as strong.
For me the worst time of the day was at night when I went to bed because they seemed to be more active at night that during the day.
I tried many things but nothing worked, I finally got rid of them using essential oils. I have plenty of different oils because I work with them so I made a mix and used them in an spray bottle mixed with water which I sprayed after the shower in the whole body. I also put some of the mix in the shampoo and I made natural soap with those essential oils. I also made sulphur soap which helped a lot.
The first time I had them I was so desperate that I mixed rubbing alcohol with the essential oils and sprayed it over my head, I swear I could feel the bugs running for their lives!!
When you use the essential oils at the begining it will feel more itchy for a few minutes but after a while you will feel the relief. If you use natural soap and sulphur soap, essential oils either diluted in water or in vinegar and mix it with your shampoo as well you will be free of them in about a week or two.
Other things are to never wear the same cloths twice, dry yourself after the shower with paper towels and trought hem after use and use a difusser of essential oils in the house, if you don´t have one just spray the air , bed, curtains etc with the same mixture of water and essential oils.
You can use different essential oils in your mix but always make sure that it has some citrus ones, such as lemon, lemongrass, citronella etc.
A good mix would be citronella, cedarwood, wintergreen, clove, cinammon, eucaliptus citridora, tea tree oil.
For good prices on essential oils look for online shops which sells soap making ingredients, you can buy bigger quantities much cheaper.
Be careful as some essential oils are quite strong so NEVER use them undiluted. Also , I found wintergreen to be very efective buy you have to be careful as it is toxic and used in excess can be fatal.
For the sleepless nights I found Taurine to be of great help because it helped me sleep plus will reduce the itchiness greatly.
My last advice is to try not too think too much about it , I know it is difficult, but for some reason i noticed that when I don´t give it so much tought it tends to be less strong.
I hope this helps.
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oils, yep, your system sounds good
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Got meth ???
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OP, I don't have a clue what you have but it looks like some type of worm.
Google mycoplasma. I believe it comes from chemtrails.
Also check into mycobacterium.

Personally I would try water fasting for 30 days.

There is a man in Prescott AZ Richard Brightheart who treat people with mycoplasma. He's very expensive and the treatments are ongoing. However he has a book which may shed some light.
[link to www.energyhealingapproach.com (secure)]

I am sorry you're experiencing this.
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Ah,well sounds like an active crown chakra.Apply a cold wet washcloth and place amethyst,or any purple rock,stone or even purple fabric/pillow,,etc.near or on the crown..to make this smoother.And find an Attitude of Gratitude to open more fully and smoothly.

Turn on a fan,if the tingling,squirming worm feeling pulses with the fan movement,,what you are feeling is energetic,which does clear out the physical these days

Yes it does feel like worms moving when the crown chakra is active..Get it myself..and you may experience hot spots,soft spots,lumps, and bumps as this is becoming very physical..Take a shower.Hot to cold to flush/draw out what does not belong.It will ease off,especially if you use cold water on the head to finish.

Our energetic bodies are very active with the incoming solar..chakras speeding up to clear and then expand.

If you stand or lay next to someone with an open active crown chakra,yours will get activated rather easily by their energetic field.
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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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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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You said you spent $2000 on recommendations you were given on GLP, why am I to believe you don't have the money to travel to see a specialist since you are convinced the doctor's don't know what they're talking about?

Haven't you realized yet you're not going to stumble across some random person on the internet who can tell you exactly what you have & how to treat it without any knowledge of your body or having given you a medical examination? If you state that Doctors can't diagnosis you, then you're looking in the wrong place looking for a diagnosis on the internet.... Having people recommend you treatments with no knowledge of what you actually have is pretty dangerous IMHO....

Go see a specialist... If they can't identify it, ask for a referral to another practicing physician in that network... Make phone calls to Doctors in your area, send emails, don't just show up and go see them....

It doesn't sound like you're trying very hard to address this in the correct manner... I've only been on GLP for like 5 months and I think I've seen at least 4 of your threads.... If this is your primary source of "help" then you're going about this in the wrong manner.
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what? are you serious or... just another troll.

i have no money because i cant work.

i have spend all my cash on bills and supposed cures. and more bills.

i have bills coming out my ass that i cant pay for...

what little money i have managed to scrape up over the last few years has pretty much been drained from me over the period of a year.

all up, its cost me over 20k... 10k+ cash...
10k of clothing that had to be thrown out.

take in the fact, i cant work.. theres another $500 a week im out of pocket.

add it up... i really cant be fucked spelling it out for you,

i have no cash. i have a tiny tiny bit of money tied up in an investment to HOPEFULLY make a FEW dollars back to get back on the right track when this is sorted.. witch is of no use to me if i cant get rid of this problem. if i cash that in, then... im as good as fucked because theres no way to magically create cash.. and i wont be able to save if i started working, because im that fucking far behind its a joke, and everyone seems to think its funny, but i dont.

i have sold off all my personal items of value one by one, paying fucking bills.. bills.. more bills.. buying 'cures' recommended by armchair experts who have no clue but think google has the answer for everything on the first page of search results.

you want to turn this into something it isn't?



email me,, i'll answer everything a lot clearer you point out things i would rather not discuss on a public forum.

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Sorry but to the casual observer, your story does not add up... Why did you throw your clothing out? You've never once stated that you can visibly observe any bugs/mites/ticks/fleas/bedbugs... Why junk your clothing when you can't even identify the culprit of your problem? Who advised you to trash your clothing? What did you replace your clothing with if you obviously did not find a solution to your problem? Are you planning on trashing your current clothing when you do find a remedy?

Why are you posting behind a proxy?

Go find a Doctor, go to a local university medical school and see if they will study you or try to help you.

You're not going to find any solution on an internet conspiracy forum...

And no, I'm not a troll... Just giving you my honest opinion, even if it's not what you want to hear... I have a really hard time believing that no Doctors can identify your very specific symptoms...

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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.
Haven't you realized yet you're not going to stumble across some random person on the internet who can tell you exactly what you have & how to treat it without any knowledge of your body or having given you a medical examination? If you state that Doctors can't diagnosis you, then you're looking in the wrong place looking for a diagnosis on the internet.... Having people recommend you treatments with no knowledge of what you actually have is pretty dangerous IMHO....

Go see a specialist... If they can't identify it, ask for a referral to another practicing physician in that network... Make phone calls to Doctors in your area, send emails, don't just show up and go see them....

It doesn't sound like you're trying very hard to address this in the correct manner... I've only been on GLP for like 5 months and I think I've seen at least 4 of your threads.... If this is your primary source of "help" then you're going about this in the wrong manner.
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i should of bothered to answer in more depth before,
but considering you claim to have read my other threads you should realize anything im trying to say, or point out.

to get a specialist appointment here, you need to be referred.
you cant just make your own. secondly, there's a bit of a wait,
and i have waited many months several times over just to be told 'sorry, you are in the wrong place' etc etc.. or straight up 'we don't have any answers for you, find a new doctor'.

you don't think im trying very hard? i've taken every appointment i can get, i've seen 10 different docs, 5 diff dermo's, many specialists, and to top it off probably spoken to, and even been assessed by probably near 20 psych docs.

its real. i have put everything i can into this.
in physical effort, time and money.

i don't expect a cure, but those who have this know what im talking about.
those who have this and post about it in detail, i can actually tell if its the same or not.
i've seen many similar cases that aren't the same, but people would like me to think it is.
only way to explain it is, you couldn't begin to comprehend what things are like for me. so take my word for it when i say i've tried everything. glp IS a last resort.
i managed to not post here about this for a long time...
but the nature of the problem, really does fit GLP criteria in the way of being a bit of a conspiracy.
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What do all these doctors tell you at the end of your visit and their analysis? Usually Doctors do not say "Sorry" and then send you on your way... They keep referring you to other specialists in their network until they can identify the issue at hand.... Give us more details as to what their diagnoses have been? Don't just give us some vague "They don't tell me anything" explanation.... Go into detail so we can identify everything that it's not.

If you can't find the proper help in the country that you live in, and this 'condition' is continuing to ruin your life, well then you need to take drastic measures and get the fuck out of the country and go somewhere that has qualified doctors to treat you... I still say you should go to a well known college or university and see if their medical program will evaluate you... They would probably do it pro bono and also have the resources to study skin samples in the lab.

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Went to the doctors the other day, this chick gave me a cut on my penis...anyways the doc gave me bactroban to put on the cut, maybe that'll work...


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oh my willy is fine now just to let you know, and i have no diseases...whew
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Yes, you have the answer to what this guy needs. Have been through it several times now because they are at my work. Do not forget to treat your car with cedarcide and us the diatomaous earth in it as well as in your upholstered furniture. Sprinkle it on your sheets everyday so you do not have to launder them daily. And pray that is the thing that will get rid of them. They will leave. They have left my home as well.
i know someone with this problem for a few years.
First, the doctors said there are no bugs and it is a mental issues, so doctors have been useless.
You have a very special type of microscopic bird mite.
They are almost impossible to get rid of any many people just commit suicide to put an end to it.
Everything you own is probably contaminated with them.
They do not affect everyone, they only are attracted to certain people with a certain blood make-up.
My friend had to through out every piece of clothing and towels/bedding/mattress and also had to burn all his cloth furniture and all his carpet.
Then he fogs his house with a cedar oil fogger that cost $750 for the fogger and $70 gal for the cedar oil.
That takes care of the environment, but to get them off you you have to get rid off all your clothes, washing wont get rid of them, no matter how hot or toxic. They could be in your dryer and a/c ducts so the cedar fog is the only way to get the out. flea foggers dont kill them.
You have to cover your body with diatomaceous earth D.E. powder (sometimes mixed with 25% gold bond medicated powder) and take powdered clove capsules. also spray a diluted clove oil solution on the worst spots. the D.E. powder is like tiny microscopic razors blades and the mites will bleed to death in a matter of hours. The problem is realy getting them out of your living area to stop the cycle. I actually know 2 people with these, but many of us that are around them are totally not affective. I suggested this a few months ago to you, you cant see them and doctors will just say your nuts.
treatment for scabies does not kill these buggers!
These types of mites can't be killed like regular mites or scabies. only clove oil, cedar oil and D.E. powder/menthol gets them. My friends have done everything you have tried already.

There is an radio wave frequency transmitter/generator that can be turned to a certain power and frequency that kills their tiny brains. cost big bucks

If it really is not bird mites (i doubt that it is not bird mites)
and it is internal - then you must use these 3 thing:
edible food grade diatomaceous earth,
black walnut husks tablets,
and clove powder capsules
those together will kill any major parasites.

And you may want to get a cheap blood zapper, they are like $50 and put a low electrical current in your blood and that kills parasites too. I takes a while to kill parasites and you may get skin breakouts and sore muscles as the parasites try to dig in to stay alive or escape.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1135376


i know someone with this problem for a few years.
First, the doctors said there are no bugs and it is a mental issues, so doctors have been useless.
You have a very special type of microscopic bird mite.
They are almost impossible to get rid of any many people just commit suicide to put an end to it.
Everything you own is probably contaminated with them.
They do not affect everyone, they only are attracted to certain people with a certain blood make-up.
My friend had to through out every piece of clothing and towels/bedding/mattress and also had to burn all his cloth furniture and all his carpet.
Then he fogs his house with a cedar oil fogger that cost $750 for the fogger and $70 gal for the cedar oil.
That takes care of the environment, but to get them off you you have to get rid off all your clothes, washing wont get rid of them, no matter how hot or toxic. They could be in your dryer and a/c ducts so the cedar fog is the only way to get the out. flea foggers dont kill them.
You have to cover your body with diatomaceous earth D.E. powder (sometimes mixed with 25% gold bond medicated powder) and take powdered clove capsules. also spray a diluted clove oil solution on the worst spots. the D.E. powder is like tiny microscopic razors blades and the mites will bleed to death in a matter of hours. The problem is realy getting them out of your living area to stop the cycle. I actually know 2 people with these, but many of us that are around them are totally not affective. I suggested this a few months ago to you, you cant see them and doctors will just say your nuts.
treatment for scabies does not kill these buggers!
These types of mites can't be killed like regular mites or scabies. only clove oil, cedar oil and D.E. powder/menthol gets them. My friends have done everything you have tried already.

There is an radio wave frequency transmitter/generator that can be turned to a certain power and frequency that kills their tiny brains. cost big bucks

If it really is not bird mites (i doubt that it is not bird mites)
and it is internal - then you must use these 3 thing:
edible food grade diatomaceous earth,
black walnut husks tablets,
and clove powder capsules
those together will kill any major parasites.

And you may want to get a cheap blood zapper, they are like $50 and put a low electrical current in your blood and that kills parasites too. I takes a while to kill parasites and you may get skin breakouts and sore muscles as the parasites try to dig in to stay alive or escape.
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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.
Yes, you have the answer to what this guy needs. Have been through it several times now because they are at my work. Do not forget to treat your car with cedarcide and us the diatomaous earth in it as well as in your upholstered furniture. Sprinkle it on your sheets everyday so you do not have to launder them daily. And pray that is the thing that will get rid of them. They will leave. They have left my home as well.
i know someone with this problem for a few years.
First, the doctors said there are no bugs and it is a mental issues, so doctors have been useless.
You have a very special type of microscopic bird mite.
They are almost impossible to get rid of any many people just commit suicide to put an end to it.
Everything you own is probably contaminated with them.
They do not affect everyone, they only are attracted to certain people with a certain blood make-up.
My friend had to through out every piece of clothing and towels/bedding/mattress and also had to burn all his cloth furniture and all his carpet.
Then he fogs his house with a cedar oil fogger that cost $750 for the fogger and $70 gal for the cedar oil.
That takes care of the environment, but to get them off you you have to get rid off all your clothes, washing wont get rid of them, no matter how hot or toxic. They could be in your dryer and a/c ducts so the cedar fog is the only way to get the out. flea foggers dont kill them.
You have to cover your body with diatomaceous earth D.E. powder (sometimes mixed with 25% gold bond medicated powder) and take powdered clove capsules. also spray a diluted clove oil solution on the worst spots. the D.E. powder is like tiny microscopic razors blades and the mites will bleed to death in a matter of hours. The problem is realy getting them out of your living area to stop the cycle. I actually know 2 people with these, but many of us that are around them are totally not affective. I suggested this a few months ago to you, you cant see them and doctors will just say your nuts.
treatment for scabies does not kill these buggers!
These types of mites can't be killed like regular mites or scabies. only clove oil, cedar oil and D.E. powder/menthol gets them. My friends have done everything you have tried already.

There is an radio wave frequency transmitter/generator that can be turned to a certain power and frequency that kills their tiny brains. cost big bucks

If it really is not bird mites (i doubt that it is not bird mites)
and it is internal - then you must use these 3 thing:
edible food grade diatomaceous earth,
black walnut husks tablets,
and clove powder capsules
those together will kill any major parasites.

And you may want to get a cheap blood zapper, they are like $50 and put a low electrical current in your blood and that kills parasites too. I takes a while to kill parasites and you may get skin breakouts and sore muscles as the parasites try to dig in to stay alive or escape.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1135376


i know someone with this problem for a few years.
First, the doctors said there are no bugs and it is a mental issues, so doctors have been useless.
You have a very special type of microscopic bird mite.
They are almost impossible to get rid of any many people just commit suicide to put an end to it.
Everything you own is probably contaminated with them.
They do not affect everyone, they only are attracted to certain people with a certain blood make-up.
My friend had to through out every piece of clothing and towels/bedding/mattress and also had to burn all his cloth furniture and all his carpet.
Then he fogs his house with a cedar oil fogger that cost $750 for the fogger and $70 gal for the cedar oil.
That takes care of the environment, but to get them off you you have to get rid off all your clothes, washing wont get rid of them, no matter how hot or toxic. They could be in your dryer and a/c ducts so the cedar fog is the only way to get the out. flea foggers dont kill them.
You have to cover your body with diatomaceous earth D.E. powder (sometimes mixed with 25% gold bond medicated powder) and take powdered clove capsules. also spray a diluted clove oil solution on the worst spots. the D.E. powder is like tiny microscopic razors blades and the mites will bleed to death in a matter of hours. The problem is realy getting them out of your living area to stop the cycle. I actually know 2 people with these, but many of us that are around them are totally not affective. I suggested this a few months ago to you, you cant see them and doctors will just say your nuts.
treatment for scabies does not kill these buggers!
These types of mites can't be killed like regular mites or scabies. only clove oil, cedar oil and D.E. powder/menthol gets them. My friends have done everything you have tried already.

There is an radio wave frequency transmitter/generator that can be turned to a certain power and frequency that kills their tiny brains. cost big bucks

If it really is not bird mites (i doubt that it is not bird mites)
and it is internal - then you must use these 3 thing:
edible food grade diatomaceous earth,
black walnut husks tablets,
and clove powder capsules
those together will kill any major parasites.

And you may want to get a cheap blood zapper, they are like $50 and put a low electrical current in your blood and that kills parasites too. I takes a while to kill parasites and you may get skin breakouts and sore muscles as the parasites try to dig in to stay alive or escape.
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I was going to say BoT FlIes, but what an obscure thread to bump; has it been on your mind this long?hf

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