- CASE FILE
Climbed Kili 01/2017. Zapped by a leaf blower 12/2017. Hiked Mafadi 01/2018. Aches, crawling & extreme itch after leaf blower incident.
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
I'm desperately seeking help as I've lived 19 months with the agony of something foreign in my system yet no answers from Western Medicine and very concerned for my future and health. I've missed work, have suffered emotionally, mentally and physically as I cannot seem to find a resolution. I would love any support and am open to any recommendations or suggestions available. . I've been to 20+ specialists including Infectious Disease, Dermatologist, Internists, GI, Allergist, Homeopathy, Mayo Clinic and all blood work and stool samples have come back negative. I have had intense headaches and crawling sensations in abdomen/pelvic area, legs, back, buttocks. Rash that tracks like a mite. Concerning heart pain and unusual secretions from nasal cavity that are very worm like. Plus secretions from eyes, sides of mouth, scalp, privates and legs. In Jan 2018 (2 weeks after leaf blowing incident and itching like a made person), I hiked Mafadi and 2nd evening of hike, sweat out hundreds of dark various shaped debris. in December 2018 I went to wellness retreat and had biofeedback performed and report reflected I had helminthiasis in gall bladder, intestines, liver, rectal and pancreas as well as Schistsoma Manson in Spleen. When I've shared this report with Western Medicine doctors including Mayo Clinic, they warned me that the results are not based on science, therefore, are not definitive and have been defined as having "possibly delusional parasitosis". I'm someone who typically doesn't overreact to things, however, this certainly has been a blow as I know my body and feel like it's been hijacked. I do believe that there's a possibility that I did pick up something in Africa as well as took in debris during leaf blowing incident. I noticed recently that my office desk and mouse pads have small glitter like specks so I had an environmental agency come in to do testing last week and should have results soon but know that isn't the only reason for all my symptoms.