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Hair loss, skin lesions, seizures and temporary paralysis. Due to parasitic infestation?

My husband and familiar suffering from a parasite i believe is in the blood. my symptoms are loss of hair, lesions skin are everywhere and sticky substance in the blood. I have gotten worse when i moved into a new house, there are some insects that are camilions as well when they do come out they are sticky yellow substance that they create, the furniture has tiny holes . I have started having seizures as well as temporary paralysis.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Seizure and paralysis suggest some brain lesion (damage). Most of the time this is due to tumor or stroke. Parasites such as onchocerchiasis may form cyst in the brain leading to seizure and paralysis. Acute parasite infection or poisoning from parasite could cause seizure but rarely paralysis. Thus the likely cause is tumor. The most important think is to consult immediately and have a brain scan done to clarify the situation.This sort of symptoms indicate brain damage. With this, a solution will be arrived at, especially if diagnose early,and seizures and paralysis could be reverse.
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Dr Rogers
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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