Help - parasitic worm infex in my FACE
Hi all -
Looking for a little guidance – I have somehow contracted a very severe and stubborn parasitic worm infection in my skin – primarily in my face of all places. I have been told by at least a half-dozen dozen doctors that I am crazy. One doctor didn't even examine me, he just asked me when my next appointment with my psychiatrist was. I was finally able to get my alternative medicine doc to prescribe me albendazole, however he refuses to believe how severe my infection actually is and I am done with the meds and still have a very active infection. I've already gone on to Amazon and gotten ivermectin and PRQ for horses, I just can't figure out the dosage to give myself for a stubborn skin infection. I also can't figure out how often I'm supposed to give it to myself ( and, do I repeat the dose in 30 days, 60 days? What is the lifecycle of these little beasts?) I also can't calculate out how I am supposed to figure in the fact that I have malabsorption issues because of stomach stapling surgery. I often have to take much more medication than the prescribed dose in order to get the achieved effect.
So I am lost, and have just about lost it completely, and I'm only holding it together for the sake of my kid. This is been going on for four months – I've lost 40 pounds
– I'm not eating – I'm only drinking protein shakes. I'm going 1 to 2 nights a week without sleeping for some reason. This is never been an issue with me before.
I am looking to establish some telephone contact with someone who can give me some good sound advice. I am willing to pay for said advice. I posted quite a few photos on this site for review. I am beyond desperation. I've written the CDC and and NIH. No one is responding. Please help! I'm in a tremendous amount of pain and the itching is nearly unbearable. Not to mention that every time I go out in public, people asked me if I've been in an accident. That's how bad my face looks.
I'm having some trouble navigating this site so any help would be appreciated
BTW I have a primary immune deficiency.