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Re: Noob to this site, parasites.
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Published: 5 years ago
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Re: Noob to this site, parasites. if anyone is confident they have done correctly for mites, basically fumigated their home, treated everyone in the home and anyone they have close contact with like regular dating persons, or taking a look at the kids your kid is playing with to see if they have a rash, etc.....everything is certainly done correctly and still convinced something is biting you, other things can produce that sensation, soaps and detergents, perhaps there is a fungus in the air that your skin isnt liking or heaven forbid in your hot water heater, yikes? does the skin look healthy it just feels like bites? and if it doesnt make sure it isnt irritation from anything you are doing including scratching.....once you have exhausted making sure you are not causing it in any way and exhausted mite treatment, try fungus or something else....I dont think anyone is crazy for being convinced they have mites, doctors just dont think beyond for people who are having issues of some try something else that makes sense, the next one in line to me would be a fungus......and some marginal nutrient deficiencies can cause early neuropathy symptoms before you truly get neuropathy, so go ahead and jump on that possibility too, since people living in the same household tend to eat very similar, it is possible to share marginal deficiencies...if everyone is related or if there is a new fungus about causing sensitivity, that can affect more than one person in the home, bathing in the dish liquid with tea tree oil, baking soda baths, and medicated powder with menthol and eucalyptus (sadly it stinks)...if the skin gets too dry go for an antifungal cream, or make a homemade lotion or buy one and put something that kills fungus in it, essential oils to kill fungus that you can bear the smell of?.....all of it takes tie though and if it is fungus, thats just as bad as trying to get rid of a mite infestation Im sorry to say..?? can also do a test for fungus that you cannot see, clean your tub, take good shower without scrubbing to death, rinse your tub then soak in a good warm bath with about 8-10 regular black tea bags (the size that takes 4 for a gallon of sweet tea) and 1/2-1 cup baking soda, no need to rub any further just soak for about 15-20 minutes...when you let the water out look at the bottom of your tub, if it is a bit slimy then that would be something fungal/yeast may lightly stain your tub but nothing some light bleach wont fix...and you can do that every so often in addition your choice of fungus treatment....

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