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Can Psoriasis Be A Parasitic Disease?

Can Psoriasis Be A Parasitic Disease?

After 100's of years of research, billions of dollars spent. Still no Cause or Cure
Though many have found relief in different medicines or natural alternatives. But still we are as far from knowing the truth, as we were at the time of Hippocrates
Last year, I started a journey, not advised by many. I stopped all medications, including ointments, and mtx, completely. Result. From around 20% coverage, it increased to 90% in less than 6 months. I was adamant, that I will find a way, to cureā€¦ read more

A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Hi, I have been doing my own imaging. I am a little confused with yours because your picture is of a man of color yet the videos are of a white person. Not sure what the situation is, but, in the videos showing little, red dots on white skin, early on, that is what my skin looked like under high magnification.

I was put on Ivermectin for 6 days. Before Ivermectin, I had burning, searing, stripe-shaped rashes 70 times a day. With Ivermectin, it was reduced to 10-20 per day. But I could not get the prescription refilled. Under magnification, my skin still had the little, red dots.

I started Albendazole with Mebendazole. My condition is not gone, but now, the little red dots and sponge-like, puffy skin were receding. Now, wherever burning stripes formed, they seemed to fall apart and form large areas of a red, bumpy, itchy rash. These rashes wild scab over and take 3 weeks to heal.

My doctor said that I was allergic to the medications and that it was the medications that were causing the rashes. I stopped them, and soon, I was covered in the burning, stripe-shape rashes. I went back on them work same results a before. I am still on them. Twice a month, I feel a pressure-filled surge under my skin in various locations. There might be one or two stripe-shaped rashes, but they no longer go straight up my legs or arms or back or chest. They now go sideways or at an angle. And once they appear, they burn a bit quickly morph from stripes to patchy rashes with small, red, raised bumps. When they start itching, they itch like the worst case of poison oak imaginable.

Still on the medications, about every 3 weeks, the same thing happens. Burning stripes morphing into itchy, red, patchy rash. The area scabs over and slowly heals. The affected areas also seem to be getting smaller and smaller.

But the burning from every, new, stripe rash would sometimes sting and burn to the point of tears and screaming. I added pyrantel pamoate based on a medical journal. I child not believe how much relief.

But where there used to be burning, now there was stinging, like 100's of microscopic needles forcing their way out of my tissues and skin.

I got Chinese moxibustion sticks and have started using them on the stinging areas. It helps.

Rashes still try to form. They go from stinging to getting very, very sore, to itching terribly. And then a crusty scab forms and sloughs off over time. Even though not gone, I only get one or two burning stripe rashes every few days if I do not take the medications regularly. The worst of the symptoms were 9-10 am to 3am. With what I am taking, I can sometimes sleep at night again.

It has been just over a year. Despite some of the improvements, I still feel like my body is under attack and terrorized. To me, this condition is clearly parasitic. Why else would the mebendazole, albendazole, and pyrantel reduce the symptoms otherwise? Is it really Psoriasis, or is it parasitosis?

posted 5 months ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Could be lichen stratios, probably spelled the 2nd word wrong it means line, I believe. The reasons those meds may work is because they are also anti inflammatory.

posted 3 months ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Parasite requires sugar( alcohol has sugar), to survive. They draw it from our blood. Stress, and many foods cause a reaction, but it's not always negative. Sometimes psoriasis flare, can be due to parasite dying, and releasing toxins from their body. It eventually eases, to get better than before the flare up.
It's an easy step to find out, if your psoriasis is caused by a parasite. A cheap microscope( $50), will do the trick. Just apply some oil( like coconut oil) on the lesion, and place the microscope. If you see red thread like worms on the skin, it should confirm the cause. Try it out, you might be in for a surprise.

posted over 5 years ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Cannot speak for anyone else, but my psoriasis is symptomatic of peripheral spondyloarthritis. It, along with other symptoms, comes and goes cyclically, and there are also triggers, such as stress, sugar, alcohol - which would rule out a parasite.

However, it's an interesting idea and perhaps it is even possible that psoriasis isn't always autoimmune. Who knows?

posted over 5 years ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

what you see on the video, is a parasite, I have confirmed the same on 3 more people with psoriasis.
2nd video shows plasma like liquid excretion, which dries to form plaques.

If this is the cause of Psoriasis, why is it kept in dark? ( Or nobody yet knows about it. LOL)

Why are we being fed with, chemo and bilogics to kill us ?

I don't think they are seeping from inside, they are living on the skin.
I have treated myself, on this prognosis, successfully.

Share the link, and let a debate decide the truth.

posted over 5 years ago
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