Just wondering if anyone ever these streaks of bright red flare-marks accompanied with itch but show without scratching the area, the red streaks taking time to subside.
I get these flash red streaks quite a lot especially when I feel moving larvae which I suspect is the reaction of these toxic parasites and my knackered immune system getting to grips with its or my antigens.
...yes JC, I think so, I can see some of your red marks, is that your hand?
Mine come up on arms, neck and face like sharp red streaks that show up without any scratching the itch it causes and take several minutes to subside. Most of the time my skin complexion is pale if not a bit jaundiced so these red flash marks show up clearly.
It seems that the itch [and not like a normal itch if you now what I mean, like something tickling underneath the skin] the itch starts first and then the flash red marks show soon after.
That is a picture of the top of my right foot. I had them worst on my feet. The itching was so intense I'd have to cover my feet in clay and plastic wrap to get ANY sleep. :( It lasted a long time, too.
I get 'pressure rashes' now. If I'm carrying a shopping basket on my forearm, for example. After removing it I'll get a rash where it was. If I wear shoes that 'dig in' anywhere, rash...
I imagine there are still toxins under my skin causing this because I haven't had the rashes that you describe in a couple of months now. :D
...yes that's right about the toxins left behind which result in these flare marks and also the rashes, possibly what they call an esoinophil reaction here.
I've had migrational movements under the skin of my scalp, although my facial skin is clear, I do get a lot of hard lumps of different sizes under the scalp which I now know has to do with all these toxins left behind from this infection.
I now take Milk Thistle and Burdock to aid the blood/liver clearance.
Another thing you may have had, is since this infection started in 2000, I get sort of a heat rush now and again [no not the menopausal flashes type] just a rush of heat inside of me.
My symptoms started with lumps on my head. They were LYMPH NODES that swelled and became very, very itchy. I've been told that lymph nodes don't typically get itchy with infection so every doctor I've seen has poo-pooed that claim. Even the ones who felt them when they were HUGE.
Check a diagram of occipital lymph nodes to see if your 'lumps' are in the same location as the nodes. :)