A Bothersome 'Nose Hair' Might Be A Worm
If you think that you have a nose hair problem, it might be something bigger than you expected. Experiencing nose worms can be embarrassing. I remember Marsha telling me that she was plagued with nose irritations. One day while Marsha was talking to someone a worm came down; the person who saw it made a comment. Marsha was mortified and depressed by what occurred. I’ve been blessed to not have Marsha’s experience, but after she shared her experience I was cautious and vigorously blew my nose whenever I felt the slightest sensations. The only thing that I’ve seen were thick rubber-like organisms after blowing my nose. I’ve been in contact with other people who complain about nose worms. They want to know how to get them out or what can be done about it. I don’t have a concrete answer to this problem but I can share my experience along with some photos that I took.
One day while dealing with high fevers, coughing, and blowing my nose I remembered that I had a camera! I caught this worm – these kind of worms can been seen often - unfortunately, my pictures aren’t the greatest shots. Whenever I found blood in tissue a worm usually followed, eventually. Putting a needle next to the worm helps give a perspective on the thickness or size. This is one of the skinner worms that I’ve observed. People tend to think that worms are thin, but this is not true.
Several weeks prior to getting my camera, I blew out a tough skinned, very thick whitish long worm that came out in a big ball! I was surprised at its size. I had felt that worm crawl up my throat and when it hit the nose cavity I reacted strongly for days, as if I had allergies or a cold. I managed to get the worm out (see below my suggestion). When the worm was expelled, immediately, all of my sickly symptoms disappeared. After this experience, I had wonder about “sudden” allergies or colds that people are claiming because their problem could be possibly parasites. This could be a shocker for people to discover if they examined the tissue more thoroughly.
Some symptoms of possible nose parasites:
* Wiggling sensations
* Itchiness in the nose cavity on a continual basis
* Nose picking
* Seeing long stringy matter in tissue besides mucous
Usually worms are on the hunt for food if you ate a light meal. In my experience, many times worms will crawl up the nose while sleeping via the esophagus up the throat cavity into the sinus area. Dry coughing at night could be an indication of this when they tickle the back of the throat. If there is a heavy burden of parasites, they can travel anytime during the day in the nose area.
There is no real control to get rid of the problem unless there is an aggressive protocol to kill them. In the meantime, you can try my temporary solution; it usually takes a day or two for the worms to loosen their grip. Use fresh or dried ginger to make a strong tea and suck on a couple of cloves throughout the day to see if it will help you rid them out of the area. Blowing your nose will remove it. The few times that I’ve had an obvious blockage, this remedy had helped me.
Can I just say, those are very similar to what I have had up my nose. And, like you, I've had tinges of blood with them also. They are very difficult to get out. Next time I manage to get one out I'll take picture and post it. But from what I'm looking at, it's very similar to what I've had up my nose.
Interestingly, when I was seeing the Kinesiology Practitioner, who happened to be a private GP, he told me I had Ascaris in my sinuses (and in other places too!). He wrote this after a session I had - "Ascaris in maxillary sinuses, stomach, large bowel...".
Since I've been doing much better my sinuses have improved a great deal. I also don't have the itchiness nor so much mucous up my nose. When my symptoms were extremely bad, my sinuses would be extremely clogged up and I'd get lots of these white things up my nose. I'd also experience an awful odour from my nose (and body too, it seemed to come out of my pores). I found this extremely distressing to cope with.
I made a post a while back in my own blog. It wasn't something up my nose but something that I coughed up and I believe it to be some kind of worm. Here is the link - http://www.rhrplus.com/b2evolution/blogs/index.php?blog=5&title=what-i-coughed-up-in-slimey-mucus&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1
Good job for getting it out!
I'm in agreement with you too; my experience does appear to be similar in nature with the same kind of worms. I don't have any doubts about the Ascaris problem because this had been an enemy of mine that I identified years ago. Ascaris are known as the "traveling worm" because they go everywhere in the body.
Still have them...will see if they will test them after I get final results on the blood parasite they are trying to identify. I hope I can find a good doctor that will take me as a patient, know about parasitology, and believe me about the rest of my symptoms...I better start researching now.
Thanks for your blog!
At some point, I may put up a gallery of micrograph photos that I had up on the lab site. Those pictures of parasites, as far as I'm concerned are still relevant. Perhaps, when I get them back up, you might be able to identify something.
I don't know what kind of worm this is. Is it contagious? As far as I'm concerned all parasites are susceptible to contagion; however, a person who is aware that they have this kind of problem are extra protective to make sure that this doesn't spread to others. The biggest problem are people who don't believe that may have a parasite infection and their hygiene isn't at a high standard.
your website has debug information printed below..but anyway I just happen to pass in your site. did you take any medications for that? thanks!
Yes, I'm aware that there is debug info available and it has been on to monitor the blog.
As for your question, no, I wasn't on a protocol then. I simply drank fresh ginger - a lot of it.
You're welcome. I'm really sorry that you are suffering. I, and many others, can empathize with you on not being believed. It is a major problem that is perpetuated by false doctrine practiced by doctors that these things don't exists. Your very story is the very reason why I started the blog.
1) You're not alone.
2) The medical profession needs to understand that these are REAL problems and not psychosomatic/delusional issues.
On the link below, you'll find my stories and the costly nightmares that I've been through. It has not been easy.
There is victory in getting better but the road and journey has been a long and painful one, unfortunately. You can win this, but it does take time!
My best to you for better days ahead.
I'm going to try Vectin ivermectin horse paste locallon the nostrils
A local application won't work too well because this is an internal issue where they are traveling up into the nose cavity, usually via the throat.
Besides, it is better to stay away from the animal drugs for various reasons and concerns.
I wish a medical Doctor, had similar experience so as to have undestanding of what we go through in this particular situation, and then he or she would probably explain better while others understand and belive.
I have battle for more than 6years with "salavating" that is I often have saliva in my mouth, that even I often wake up to empty severally before daybreak (at midnight) also I have other simptons you listed except for sensationally feeling (movement) at d nose track that started recently, I also have the problem of itching in my chest area (internally), often feel like trowing up,stomachache,at times lost of voice, dry troth and itches inside the ear. I met an ENT Dr. Last year who gave me some antibiotics and worm expeler that I used. I got relieved except for the saliva.
But about a year after the situation is repeated with a new symptom, my mum had advised that I use the Ginger solution, but Doctors say I have traces of stomach ulcer, and so I could not use peperish.
Thanks for sharing your experience, I will try the Ginger solution after completion of the priscribed drugs I have.
Please I would like to get information of further discovery if any better solution comes up.
Thank you very much. It is a good feeling to know that what I've done is helping others and it is a small contribution. I wish that there is more that I could do, because the level of suffering with these conditions is very high and there is little help from doctors. Although I would never wish this on anyone, it would be nice if there were doctors who suffered from the same thing could know what it is like. I think it would radically change medical science, their perspective, and a motivation to DO something about these problems.
Unfortunately, the wrong meds are prescribed all the time. Antibiotics won't do anything to relieve parasites. Some stomach ulcers or infections have been related to H. pylori and you might want to read my post on that; people have found it helpful. Of course, getting a proper diagnosis is key to addressing the problem.
Joel is an experienced herbalogist. I picked up roundworms from touching a cat. I actually saw a black slithery thing crawling up under my left hand 3rd finger nail making it's way towards my body. Suffice it to say it caused my more hell than you can believe. I was on a container ship in the middle of the Pacific Ocean heading to China from California (U.S. Merchat Marine Officer)with no where to go. I survived by eating ginger and taking garlic cloves. 3 different Doctors in the USA were totally useless, so I went to Shen's Clinic. Joel prescribed to me some herbs - Betel nut, licorice root, Andrographis and Astragali. He mixed it up in a certain percentage of each. They are the best thing yet. You have to have clean diet, probably vegetarian is the best way to go. Working out and exercising is important, as it strengthens you inside and out. And do your own enemas or get some colonics. Parasites don't live well in a healthy environment, so get the toxis out of you. Parasites produce fungus, rashes, spots on your skin because of their toxins and when they die off. He will do a consultation with you first verbal and e-mail. Get moving and get your heath together. http://www.drshen.com
Getting rid of them is a process. They are smart. They can hide in mucous, cysts etc, anything filthy is their domain so make sure you do a cleansing.
Thank you for writing. All of your suggestions are spot on. With hard work there is light at the end of the tunnel and better health.
The biggest thing is for someone to get a protocol that will work for them. You mentioned some great herbs, but I know more herbs were added to make it effective. A good protocol to follow is hard work but worth it.... I'm an alternative practitioner so I know.
The green could be a sign of a bacterial infection with mucous surrounding a worm, rather than the worm being green. Look again, because I'd be interested in your findings.
Yes, I have and would never suggest it. In my earlier days, I thought it was 'the answer' to my woes. It did nothing for me even at high levels.
So sorry. I know how frustrating, maddening, and frightening these infections can be. In the beginning of my discovery, I cried too more than I ever had in my entire life especially after the scattering throughout my body. Following was a nightmare beyond words... Prayers are what got me through so much and to keep my mind focused. I will certainly pray for you too. Please keep me posted and email me anytime.
When freaked out by the seemingly loose hair that grabs on and pulls back, I rinse my nostrils with a tiny bit of diluted T-gel [coal tar shampoo, always on the shelf at your local 99c Only Store or Dollar Tree].
I sometimes find similar weirdness on/in my scalp, and find a dilution of Dr. Bronner's Lavender soap a soothing astringent repellant and great hairdressing, for fine blonde hair anyway.
With 5 cats, who feed and foster ferals and keep the neighborhood rodent population in its place - their bellies - I have pest control issues extreme. An allergy to most arthropods, many of which are otherwise unnoticed, is one of the legacies of violence, as has been many failures of even long-time medical care providers. This site and others like it saved me a lot of time, $$$, and frustration. For in-person validation, try a good pet or feed store. Staff will offer advice on deworming protocols, and not blink an eye: of course large mammals in contact with hunters of flea-ridden vermin are prone to worm infestations. Duh. MDs who go by the book should get out more, and patients get out of their practices.
"MDs who go by the book should get out more, and patients get out of their practices."
Absolutely and good comment!!
"Becoming aware of the worms is 1/2 the battle."
Yes, your statement is so true. In my experience the biggest gains to health are having a strategic and sound protocol. Please find a good alternative practitioner who understands about parasites because it would be worth the time to invest in. You may find a someone near you in the post that I did that with a directory of NDs.
My best to you!
Around 2-3 weeks ago my gp said that I had a sinus infection. I was given penicillin to take 4 times a day for a week. I took the course and went by when to take the drugs. Within the last 4 days my right nasal passage has been blocked. I have had pain on this side going from my cheek to around my eye. I spoke to my GP again today and prescribed me some more stronger antibiotics. I have been blowing my nose constantly and have noticed some fairly long strings of blood and took no notice. However it was only until I had left the tissue for the mucus to be soaked up that what looked to be like blood did not soak up and realised there were tiny little worms.
I have no idea what to do :/ does anyone have any suggestions?
It is apparent to me that you don't have a clear understanding of etiology or the DNA of organisms. To a degree I can even see how a person could get confused with the stringiness of Candida with mistaken it for worms, but not mites in a cluster.
"The worms in your nose are demodex mites that cluster together that forms those worm shapes."
I'm sorry but this is virtually impossible based upon the natural order of things. I can breakdown all the details but don't have the time. Bottomline, this worm structure had an intestinal tract and many details that it was a worm. I don't know how long you have been studying your problem, but my first encounter was in 2005. I'm not an expert but I do have a clear understanding between a worm and mites with studying for up to 12 hours in a day for years.
You might have a mite problem -- I don't know and would suggest looking deeper -- but, I know for a fact that the post that I wrote about was a worm burden related issue.
Your GP can't do much for you, it would be in your best interests to consult with an Infectious Disease doctor or Tropical Medicine physician, if you're interested in choosing that route.
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