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Bugs That Burrow In Human Skin
Yes: Some can cause rocky mountain spotted fever or lyme disease or other diseases. Remove ticks as soon as you discover one on you and put it in a container to bring with you to the doctor if you get a bull eye rash or any other symptoms. They will be able to send it to the state lab or cdc to determine if it was infected. ...Read more
Transport: Because they are nocturnal it would be more likely that they would be transported in the crevices of your clothing, your luggage, on bedding, second-hand furniture etc. They hide in crevices during the day. At night they are attracted to the carbon dioxide that humans exhale as well the warmth emitted by our bodies. It comes out to feed on our blood. They can go a year without eating so they >. ...Read more
Doubtful: Animals ; pets carry different scabies mites. Scabies mites that live on pets are different from the ones found on humans. But, mites on pets may be transmitted to you from an infested pet. They can burrow under your skin resulting in itching. This type of mite will not reproduce on you ; should die within several days. You won't require medication but your animal needs to be treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Interesting: Never heard that the skin would be susceptible to insect bites more than someone else's unless the smell of the skin- soaps, colognes, perfumes, etc. maybe attracts the bugs more. You might try not wearing anything that has a fragrance to it- even washing clothes in fragrance free detergent and dryer sheets. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bed bugs: Cimex lectularius or the bed bug is a parasite that is nocturnal. It can go up to a year without feeding, so that allows it to just sit and wait until it catches a ride on something or someone. At night it is attracted to the carbon dioxide that humans exhale as well the warmth emitted by our bodies. It comes out to feed on our blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mycoplasma: Mycoplasma hominis primarily infects the genital tract, although infections of other organs such as the lungs and heart have been described. Mycoplasma hominis can also be transmitted to neonate during birth and may cause systemic infections. The mycoplasma that affects the lungs most often is mycoplasma pneumoniae. It doesn't live on the skin surface. ...Read more
Are any human diseases transmittable through mosquitos? From human to mosquito then back to human?
Parasites: Cockroaches frequently feed on human feces, and therefore they can disseminate cysts of enteric protozoans in the environment if such feces are contaminated (7, 16, 24, 25, 30, 31, 32). The important epidemiological role of cockroaches in transmission of intestinal entamoeba histolytica-associated amoebiasis was demonstrated in 1971 (25) and in giardiasis in 1981 (16). ...Read more
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Can coxsackie virus result in an all over body rash that burns, itches and leaves the skin raised.?
Yes: There can be other causes so see your dermatologist for the exact diagnosis. ...Read more
Skin layers: The skin functions as a protective barrier that interfaces with a sometimes-hostile environment. It is also very involved in maintaining the proper temperature for the body to function well. It gathers sensory information from the environment, and plays an active role in the immune system protecting us from disease. The three layers are epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Variable: It is completely dependent on what the chemicals are. Recommend resubmitting & letting us know the specific chemicals you are referring to. ...Read more
Formication if not: parasites. Formication is the sense that something is crawling on your skin. It has many possible causes: menopause, Morgellon's Disease, allergies, skin cancer, syphilis, diabetic neuropathy, Lyme Disease, Herpes Zoster, pesticide exposure, mercury poisoning, alcohol withdrawal, medication /drug use such as: amphetamines, cocaine, Adderall or Ritalin (methylphenidate). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tick bite: A tick bite can look like a bull's eye. It's important to see your doctor if you see a tick or suspect a tick bite because they can carry lyme disease which can have long-term debilitating consequences. Treatment with Doxycycline can help prevent lyme disease. Other bugs that leave a tiny circle are spider, bed bugs, fleas, fire ants, chiggers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heads or Tails ?: The average human head circumference is 55 cm (21.6535433070866 in) in females and 57 cm (22.4409448818898 in) in males. An adult head weighs around 10 to 11 pounds (4.53592368444 to 4.989516052884 kg). Finally, 6 to 7 inches (15.24 to 17.78 cm) wide and 8 to 9 (20.32-22.86 cm) inches long.* *This information provided to you courtesy of ISIS. ...Read more
Need an exam.: You need to see a dr. And have an exam: could be neurologic, could be actual bugs. ...Read more
Formication: You're describing formication. Check out https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/odd-curious-and-rare/200911/formication for more info. If it bothers you enough, go see your Family Doc for evaluation. If you're putting illicit drugs in your system, they might be cause of formication. So stop taking illicit medications. ...Read more
Unlikely: Once a person has reached adulthood the growth of the skull is clearly complete. The sutures have fused. The skull cannot decrease in size. Externally, there may be the appearance of some decrease in head size if there is a change in the skin thickness or changes in the amount of fatty tissue. But the actual head size really doesn't change because of the constraints of the skull. ...Read more
If the human head stops growing in size at the age of 10. Why do adults have bigger heads than teenagers? Or kids for that matter
Head growth is: Related to brain growth. Brain growth continues till young adulthood, about age 25. ...Read more
Not Triangular!: Somewhat round or oval. There are variations of course. Certain cultures will purposely deform the shape of the skulls of infants at an early age to achieve a different shape. But there are minor variations in skull shape that are still considered normal. Certain birth defects affect skull shape too. ...Read more
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This is the only way you will be satisfied. ...Read more
Formication: Is likely what you are referring to. ...Read more
About 10 pounds: The average human head weighs about 10 pounds. Perched at top of the body tower and post of the cervical spine, it tends to fall toward the center of them earth at 32 feet per second per second. Compared to other body parts, the head is not weighty, but when held off center, i.e., tilted, it can place great stress on neck and shoulder muscles that hold it upright. ...Read more
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