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Re: eye rash (skin around the eye)
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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: eye rash (skin around the eye)


To me, it looks like parasitic activity. Has your eye doctor or dermatologist ever mentioned parasites as a cause?

Getting into the scientific names of the different types of parasites can become overwhelming. Nonetheless, I want to refer you to two websites to give you an indication of the some types of eye parasites that exist. Dirofilaria, Onchocerca Volvulus and Toxocara Canis are three main categories of parasites that can affect the eye. The Onchocerca Volvulus looks, to me, like the type of parasite that may be affecting your eye. You can check it out at the following address: In particular, look at the picture labeled, onc 2c-ic. This looks like the type of larvae activity (shape) occuring in your eye lids.

In addition, there is a parasite called the "loa loa" which is sometimes referred to as the eye parasite. You can check this out at the following address:

There are natural means of eliminating parasites. If you haven't ever done a parasite cleanse, you may want to consider implementing this type of cleanse.


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