Post by robertalouise26 on Oct 9, 2007 1:30:12 GMT -5
Hi there thanks soooo much for that pic. A couple of years ago on another web site Suzy my friend in the States (I come from Auckland New Zealand) I sent Suzy a lot of specimens and they looked very very much like the same thing. I don' know wether Suzy has kept them, she did put them in the boot of a car that she didn't use she didn't want them in the house and I don't blame her. While I am here as I don't know how to start a new thread. I have a new GP I know that I have said this before but please bare with me. She prescribed Malathion Lotion and Aqueous cream AND THEY HAVE HELPED ME SOOOOOOOO MUCH. My itching levels have gone down from 8 out of ten to three out of ten. My pyschiatrist RANG ME TONIGHT and said that the results were very significant!!!!!!!! Do you all think that he is coming around to the fact that 'MAYBE' Roberta does have a parasite???????????????????Maybe at last I am getting somewhere!!!!!! I don't care what tests they do but if they find something then it may help us all!!!!!!!!!!!! After 11 years this is really a break through for me. And maye be he will delete DOP from his diagnosis. But he doesn't get the credit!!!!!! A very young new GP prescribed these lotions for me. I did say to her that maybe young blood and lateral thinking might help me, and please believe me it has!!!!!!!! I know that I will have bad times it is not just going to disappear but the relief that I have at the moment is tremendous!!!!!!!! There is one more think a lotion that a friend gave me and it is terrific. It is milk and manuka honey body wash. I have only used it once this morning with itches in my private parts and it worked almost instantaniously. You might be able to get it from the internet. Love and best wishes to all. Roberta.
The third pic down, looks exactly what grew 1/2" out of a cut on my thumb recently. I wish we knew something, this is just unreal. I know I keep going on about the milk topically, sorry, but it helps, it seems to kill whatever is "exposed" as far as critters go. Other than that, we've got to push on someone (Kaiser?) to find out what's going on.
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Here's that section enlarged. I used Photoshop and just clicked the button called "one step photo fix"... and just let the program do its thing. I must admit it looks a little menacing now. Your thoughts?
The first one I saw, which I blew out of my nose, had a tan/brown segmented body with spiked hair sticking radially out of it. This was between 7 and 14 days after I picked my son's cat up and placed it on my shoulder. I felt like I sniffed something into my nose. The cat lays in piles of dead leaves waiting for something to stroll past. It could have been a collembola, that I sniffed in. Well in the interim I had one of my worst tooth aches ever, and by the time I got to the dentist the pain was gone and he could see nothing in the tooth or gum and it remains that way for the last three years. It looked like what some collembola looks like on the various picture pages. I did not think to try to see the front end of it. Well later I clearly saw what appears to have been the front end of two white/blind collembola from the debris coming off of me. They had two relatively short antenna at the head segment, followed by several segments with a pair of legs out each side of that body segment. No hair on these two (at that stage of development?). This was back when I did not have a microscope camera and when I was also seeing the football shaped bundles of fibers, some white fibers with hooks clearly on the end. (I see some indication of a hook in one of JOSEJ's pictures. I also used to see the flat dark diamond to parallelogram shaped objects, also as shown in the blowup. I also used to see the tubular "hair" objects with something inside. I have a video of something extremely tiny moving along the outside of one of the tubular "hairs'. I haven't figured out how to post it. Notice also, that the "thing" appears to be segmented with antenna and what appears to be four legs. I believe Collembola are supposed to have about eight body segments and six legs. The third pair might not be very prominent.
ddenial...: But nah honestly it looks and feels like im healing really really fast and that it has everything to do with the fact that my non healing lesion has been slowly but surelly been shrinking after ive been attacking it almost continiously these past 3 days
Dec 12, 2014 14:46:50 GMT -5
ddenial...: This is the first time that ive actually have come face to face with this disease and have clearly seen what damage its causing and the places that have been affected so far.
Dec 12, 2014 14:58:18 GMT -5
ddenial...: And more importantly it made it pretty clear to me what the hell kind of disease this actually is
Dec 12, 2014 15:07:56 GMT -5
ddenial...: personally im afraid that this is not limited to
Dec 12, 2014 15:09:39 GMT -5
ddenial...: my own situation but i really cannot pass any sensible judgment on this matter
Dec 12, 2014 15:14:54 GMT -5
ddenial...: but i believe its a skin disease at origin. The skin is where our health problems are formed but im not talking aout the obvious rsshes or other skin manifistations that are taking place also. Because that is actually also caused by the main problem
Dec 12, 2014 15:22:05 GMT -5
ddenial...: and thats skin growth. Caused by skin cancer in the form of melanoma.
Dec 12, 2014 15:25:42 GMT -5
ddenial...: its covering your body in thick layers of skin, grows on/in/ trough skin/mucles/fat/bone/organs if it gets the chance, causes skin damage and problems of any kind on top of that, can make skin changes, häir
Dec 12, 2014 15:31:08 GMT -5
ddenial...: changes and can cause certain aspects of the body to increase in size. For example it may severly alter the way u look when growing in the face and causing your feautures to grow out of balance etc
Dec 12, 2014 15:37:51 GMT -5
ddenial...: But i believe its likely that its
Dec 12, 2014 15:43:11 GMT -5
ddenial...: growing in a very slow tempo and that this is the reason why it gets failed to diagnose and that we fail to reckonize the changes it is making as it makes them continous in such a slow tempo we not perceive. And this also means its growth is much more
Dec 12, 2014 15:52:43 GMT -5
ddenial...: balanced and spread over big areas and will not quickly show clear signs of abnormal growths that are typical for cancer. But nonetheless it might just as well affect very large parts of the body and skin already and causing serious health problems or deat
Dec 12, 2014 16:00:57 GMT -5
Baraka Obam: This is not a SKIN disease, outward signs of disease are just that, signs that something very serious are going on inside. Cancer, do not JUMP to the last aspect of this disease so quickly, you have other things to face.
Dec 12, 2014 16:22:21 GMT -5
itchin4answers: The SKIN is the largest organ of the human body. Outward signs on the skin is an internal sign that there is something terribly wrong within - mind, body, and spirit. Since when was the "head" disconnected from the "physical body".
Dec 13, 2014 20:58:24 GMT -5
Cant read: Cant read, first blood, where did anyone say anything about a head, INSANE idiots they never stop
Dec 14, 2014 0:07:01 GMT -5