My ophthalmologist don't viewed nothing. I was to two ophthalmologist and nothing.
I will search to until i will found an solution.
I have been struggling with Tapeworm Migration for almost a year now....11 Doctors, all either referred me to counseling, or politely asked me to leave office (after a couple of giggles from staff) after which I received voicemail that I had been "released" as their patient....lol All I do is go to doctor, explain that my partially paralyzed 18 yr old dog has been treated for Tapeworms 3 times in the last year, I take total care of her start to finish everyday...I show them my white dots all over my body, point out the bulging areas of my face, including around my eyes, two horrible ulcers that change in appearance from day to day, and then the whole horrible circle starts again....same old lines. No Doctor has ever offered a test, no cultures ever taken, no samples collected...lol Its unreal....Everytime I take my dog to the vet, he asks me, "When are you going to get those ulcers on your face looked at ?" He doesnt believe me when I tell him what I have gone through....Its horrible. I have seen 3 Dermatologists, 4 ER Docs (was last resort - never prescribed any meds), Primary Physician, 2 Infectious Disease Docs, and last but not least my Ophthalmologist, Phd who claims that although he doesn't feel I have any parasite in my eyes, I have developed cataracts and glaucoma in the last year....Never - Ever even required glassses before this mess....now I have to wear TRI-FOCALS !!! The vet last week suggested that I specifically look for a Parasitologist at a Major Hospital - So I finally got an appt for end of April at major hospital on the East Coast....I am praying that he can help. My Primary has been most caring, totally honest about not being familiar with parasites, but gives me B-12 shots every 3 weeks as my levels were bottomed out when they did routine bloodwork. I can always order the meds online...but many have told me they are toxic and if you do have to take them you should definitely be monitored by a Physician. Any other suggestions ???? Any would be appreciated !!!
Did ANY of you ever think that it may not be parasites, but floaters instead?
How do you get a parasite in your eye:o it looks painful. Is it inside your eyeball? or outside of it
BevFromJersey - I HIGHLY recommend you stop wasting your time with western medicine doctors and find yourself a naturopathic doctor or someone that practices holistic medicine!!! These types of doctors are completely in tune with these types of things, and I can guarantee they will be much more willing to hear your story and work towards a cure. There are plenty of directories online to help you find a doctor in your area. And just a side note... having any type of parasite can wipe out your B vitamins!
Here's a place to start your search http://www.naturopathic.org/AF_MemberDirectory.asp?version=2
Look around online, there's all kinds of natural medicine associations that can provide you with a directory of practitioners.
Good luck to you :)