I got some infection 2 years back after making a french kiss in a local pub. The symptoms started after 2 weeks with lips burning and white painless papules inside my mouth with metalic taste. Consulted a doctor who disgnosed it as a fungal infection and prescribed Nystatin. It did not cure me. After few weeks I could feel some crawling effect on my chin and cold on my thys. Consulted a skin specialist who made a skin biopsy and found "demodex" like parasites. He prescribed Ivermectin and Metronidazole, but did not cure me. Metronidazole is some what effective, but it comes back. Now I feel my legs cold and my nerves pulsating and some burning feelings on foot. Tried DEC, no change. Have tested for HIV and it turned out be negative. Albendazole also relieves me from the cold feeling. But the mouth rashes still there. seems to be like cysts of parasitesReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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