If fingernail polish worked, I would try putting cold cream on. It is my
understanding that finger nail polish kills parasites by suffocating them.
Cold cream will suffocate them too, but it will condition your skin in the
process, rather than hardening it with enamel.
>> Looks as tho he never got referred!
>> Have you thought of scabies as the source of your parasite worries?
>>>pearl.stone At yahoo.com wrote:
>> Can someone refer me to a parasitologist? I've noticed some
>> microscopic parasite spreading in some of my clothing. It is NOT I
>> repeat NOT a bed bug. You can not see them at all (even with a regular
>> microscope) but you can feel them and they leave these little red
>> bumps. It seems that they are spreading from clothing to clothing. I
>> started noticing it upon returning from a recent trip to Vietnam. Upon
>> my return, I noticed that every piece of clothing in my luggage had
>> these things in them. Later, the spread began throughout my room to
>> other pieces of clothing even new pieces. I explained this to two
>> military vets (unknown to each other) and they both told me they
>> experienced this at one time too. They both told me to use nail polish
>> remover on my skin. That actually seemed to work, but I have no idea
>> as to how to control getting them out of several pieces of my clothing.
>> I've laundered them professionally, soaked them in ammonia, put them
>> in the dryer, etc. etc., and nothing seems to work. Can someone refer
>> me to a parasitologist??? Thanks so much.
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