Steroid psychosis in dogs

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Does anyone know what these small round black dots are?



I went to the doctor. Left with no idea what was on, in my skin - small round black dots clustered, or in a row. Some so small you could only see them with mag.


Also some black lines random some zig zag and with or with out the dots. From the line around my head hair to the soles of my feet.


No symptoms at first. It was on a bored day at home I noticed on my right front thigh (worst spot) a huge mass of little black lines..then I noticed dots everywhere. Some big some small.


My dog likes to rub his head (ears) on my right thigh. He has been having flies feast on his ears(treating those with ear mite stuff) and has been shaking his head and rubbing his ears. I was treating them, without gloves...


3rd round of emilite cream from the doctor for me. Not sure they are gone. There has been some re-infestation, I think. Hard to say. Think the small dots get bigger and then I can see them.


Treating dogs with mite soap. Cleaned house, washed everything sprayed every thing I ever touched with bug killing stuff.


Now I feel the bites. They keep me up at night. Not red or anything like that until I pick them out. Itches where there is nothing that I can see...what do you think?

Known of this for about 2 weeks.
Thanks for your help!





Hi Lynn,

Hard to say exactly what these small round black dots are. With your symptoms and story, it's quite possible that you've picked up a bacteria or parasite from your dogs.


I would suggest that you try using some anti-parasitic herbs for an internal cleanse as well as some anti-bacterial topical treatments.


You could try Para 90 and Herbal Fiberblend for internal cleansing and get some Tea Tree Oil to put in your bath water for external cleansing.


Another option to help with external cleansing is organic (raw) apple cider vinegar.


You should also try to eliminate sugars from your diet until you get this under control. Sugar weakens your immune system and your body's ability to heal naturally.


I would also take probiotics like Florafood to boost the number of good bacteria in your body. Many people don't consider the importance of boosting the immune system when trying to deal with unpleasant or unknown health issues.


I hope these tips help you to get rid of these small round black dots and the discomfort and biting feeling that you are experiencing.

To your good health!
Angie

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Steroid psychosis in dogs

steroid psychosis in dogs

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