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Suggest treatment for soreness in the liver

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Posted on Mon, 24 Jul 2017
Question: I have getting bitten by parasite that appeats to enters the body in my arms legs and recently in my left torso they seem to leave apatch if skin with young in a symetricsl manner. I can see they path of the parasite under my first kayer of skin. They have traveled up my are in visible path wats. My heart lungss and liver are sore an i feel somewhat weak for them luving within me.. i cannot find a doctor who can help me determine. What type of parasite these are. At times i have had small worm shaped larvae come up from my lunngs or throat . I am worried that the worms are eating my organswhat can i do to get these parasites out? Thank you
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Answered by Dr. Prof. Kunal Saha (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Visit a dermatologist and get yourself evaluated.

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic.

I have gone carefully through your query and understand your concerns. I think that you should visit a dermatologist and get yourself evaluated. There are certain mites like scabies which can infect people and they burrow under the skin leaving visible tracks. Proper treatment can alleviate of the problems. However please note that they are restricted to the skin and do not eat away your internal organs.

Our internal organs do NOT have 'sensory elements' that you can 'feel' from outside. Our sensations are subjective and related to our mind and perception. Our mind therefore can have a role to play. The dermatologist can rule out scabies as well as an entity called Morgellons Disease or delusional parasitosis. This by no means that you are making things up. What you feel can be real but in that case a psychiatrist can help you alleviate you of your problems. I mean to say that in case the dermatologist declares you as 'clean' you need not assume him to be wrong. Take his advice and do as he says.

Let me know if I could help further.

Regards
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Pschiatrist cannot understand a worm that enters the body through the skin , uses ones (my) skin tolay eggsor plant its young in patches its young inhuman skin. I am afraid thAt doctors want todosmiss those who have real issues as delusional. Are there lab tests thst can drtermine something if some parasite is livingin a patient as a host. I wishnmy issues in the skin would be inaginary but thaey are not . Please suggest a medical lab test to rule out all parasites! Thank you
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Answered by Dr. Prof. Kunal Saha (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Lab tests named

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for writing back. The first indication of a parasite is the allergic reaction it causes as the body reacts to it. In case a parasite is actually present it will cause eosinophilia (raised eosinophil count). A complete blood count will reveal the same. Also get blood IgE and IgG levels measured as these would be raised in case of such a condition. The next test to be done is a blood allergy profile. In case a parasite is present in the body, the allergy profile could provide indications for the same. If none of these tests show anything suggestive, I think you should take the suggestion of the psychiatrist and give the suggested medicines a try.

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Brief Answer: Visit a dermatologist and get yourself evaluated. Detailed Answer: Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic. I have gone carefully through your query and understand your concerns. I think that you should visit a dermatologist and get yourself evaluated. There are certain mites like scabies which can infect people and they burrow under the skin leaving visible tracks. Proper treatment can alleviate of the problems. However please note that they are restricted to the skin and do not eat away your internal organs. Our internal organs do NOT have 'sensory elements' that you can 'feel' from outside. Our sensations are subjective and related to our mind and perception. Our mind therefore can have a role to play. The dermatologist can rule out scabies as well as an entity called Morgellons Disease or delusional parasitosis. This by no means that you are making things up. What you feel can be real but in that case a psychiatrist can help you alleviate you of your problems. I mean to say that in case the dermatologist declares you as 'clean' you need not assume him to be wrong. Take his advice and do as he says. Let me know if I could help further. Regards