Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
I'd like to address this comment:

" I would feel like a crawling sensation, like small things slithering and prickling all over specially at night. I would also feel like my head was “heating up” and actually had a temperature most nights..."

I can understand your doctor being skeptical; however, crawling/slithering sensations in ADDITION to 'heating up' and temperatures is an indication of an infection of some kind. What kind is the real question that should be looked into deeper. Without doubts, get as many physicians to look at you who will do proper testing in this area.

I am not a physician but I'd like to take a stab at this. If sufficient testing has been done to rule out actual worms and their cysts, you could have a different type of parasite infection going on causing the body to react. Could it be that the crawling/slithering feeling is an infection of a different kind that has reached that area? I haven't read enough to know if those sensations can be possibly related to bacterium or fungi with nerve endings reacting to the invasion. Is it possible for the brain to react to the intrusion but the interpretation has come across to you as crawling? I hope I'm making some sense with conveying my thoughts. Again, I don't have enough information about the matter or your situation.

If you're still having problems in the head with an increase of activity whether it be pain or heating up, and temperatures it might be wise for you to take aggressive action rather than a passive position with more testing.
07/09/13 @ 15:52
Comment from: Olga [Member]
I'm still dealing with these, although sensations and symptoms are not quite the same as in 2008. The "heating up" is still there, though. I'll address this in future posts.

Yes, I agree with you on the "aggressive action rather than a passive position with more testing". I'm looking into it. As you know, it isn't easy to deal with physicians when addressing symptoms like these. But it is just part of the fight.

Something that has always gotten me thinking is "where" exactly these "sensations" come from. I'm not a doctor either, but I do know that in theory (and practice?), there is no sensitivity IN the brain (this makes it possible for surgeons to do brain surgery with patients wide awake, doesn't it?). I don't know about the sensitivity ON the brain. I did read months ago that all the outer layers of the brain (layers that cover the brain and are placed between the brain and the skull) DO have sensitivity. So maybe this could be the real place where "the infection" (whatever type) is taking place. But again, I don't have enough knowledge to make weighthy theories on any of this, these are just assumptions from a person dealing with these symptoms and trying to find answers.
07/10/13 @ 03:43
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
You ask good and relative questions. I wish that I had answers, too.
07/15/13 @ 11:02
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