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Myiasis, Morgellons, Lymes, & Parasitic Skin Infections: Symptoms, Life Cycles, & Treatment


Parasite Warriors -

For those of you who assume you're dealing with systemic helminths, fungal infections, skin parasites, Lymes, or Morgellons, but various antiparasitic, antibiotic, & antifungal drugs haven't cured you, brace yourself for what you might actually be dealing with!

Myiasis Infections - Internal/External:

Myiasis is the parasitic infestation of the body of mammals by fly larvae (maggots) of the order Diptera that grow inside the host while feeding on its tissue, body substances, or ingested food.

These infections are rampant worldwide in both animals & humans.  It's one of the most misdiagnosed & covered-up parasite infections in the world.

Sites of Myiasis Infections:
Myiasis can cause a broad range of infections depending on where the larvae inhabit the host.  The main infection sites are skin, orifices, & body cavities.

Myiasis is classified by area of infestation in the body:

- Cutaneous (dermal/sub-dermal):
   -- Creeping:  Larvae burrows through/under the skin
   -- Furuncular:  Stays in one spot, causing a boil-like lesion

- Gastral, Rectal, Intestinal (GI tract)

- Ophthalmic & Ocular (eyes)

- Nasopharyngeal (nose, sinus, pharynx)

- Auricular (ears)

- Oral (mouth, gums, esophagus)

- Mammary

- Urogenital

Often, the species causing the infestation prefer particular sites of the host.

For example, in cutaneous myiasis, the common sites for lesions are the scalp, face, forearms, & legs for the species D. hominis, & the trunk, buttocks, & thighs for C. anthropophaga.

Over 50 species of fly larvae have been found in human intestines after surviving the stomach acid, & some end up parasitizing in the region of the rectum.

Larvae of the fly families Muscidae, Sarcophagidae, Calliphoridae & Phoridae, as well as gnats of the families Anisopodidae & Scenobinidae, are known to cause urogenital myiasis.

Nasal-pharyngeal myiasis is known to be caused by 8 families of flies which are able to enter the eyes (e.g. Oestrus ovis into the nose & within the eye).

Dermal & subdermal myiasis is the commonest form, since the eggs or larvae can enter wounds or may even enter healthy skin regions.  Some larvae (e.g. Hypodermatidae) are able to wander around under the skin (creeping eruptions).

Generalised Myiasis is the term used when there are multiple sites of infection.

Myiasis Species, Life Cycle, Pictures, & Treatment Detailshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myiasis

Myiasis Linked To Morgellons:

Highly recommend reading the following article if you have itchy skin; crawling & biting sensations; paper cuts on the skin; white or amber granules/white flakes/black specks erupting from skin & hair follicles; chronic fatigue; aching joints; anemia; malabsorption & distended abdomen; inflamed lymph nodes; skin lesions & larva, worms, or filaments coming out of skin pores; chronic abdominal pain; reoccurring urinary tract infections; or chronic affliction of the nasal cavity, sinuses, eyes, or ears:  http://www.morgellonsuk.org.uk/micromyiasis.htm

Myiasis & Morgellons Drug Treatment:
Standard treatment for Myiasis & Morgellons is with the drugs Albendazole & Ivermectin.  Dosage instructions are covered in the treatment protocol:  http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1586882#i

In addition to the above drugs, Fenbedazole is also used for animals. However, I don't recommend this animal med for treatment by humans.  It's formulated to be metabolized only in the systems of animals.  It can cause long-term detrimental effects to the GI tract, especially the liver, when taken by humans.

Topical treatments:
 - On a daily basis, soak in a tub of hot water for 30+ minutes & alternate adding the following: 1 cup ea of Borax & epson salts; or 1 cup ea of epson salts & apple cider vinegar; or 1 cup ea of epson salts & hydrogen peroxide.  Close your eyes tightly, hold your nose, & submerge your head several times.  This treatment method provides relief & healing of all types of parasitic & fungal skin infections.

- You can also add epson salts, Borax, & apple cider vinegar to liquid soaps or pour onto a washcloth & use a bar of soap.

- Use liquid soaps that have the word "exfoliating" on their label.  The best ingredients are coconut oil, tea tree oil, dead sea salts, minerals, or eucalyptus oil. These are also available as a thick gel in jars & labeled "body scrub" or "salt scrub".

- Use dandruff shampoo containing Zinc Pyrithione daily.

- Other skin parasite remedies, treatments, creams, ointments, etc:  http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1572837#i

Ant-parasitic vitamins & supplementshttp://www.curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=2161663#i

Good luck in your parasite battles!

Cheers - ICU

My Parasite Protocols:  http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=2012403
My Curezone Posts:  http://curezone.com/forums/s2.asp?f=762&c=0&ob=d&m=ICU

 

 
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