Carpet beetles. Reesa vespulae. Their larvae eat cotton, wool, silk, hair, animal fur and dead skin cells, as well as dry foods. You need to call an exterminator. Throw away all clothes and bedsheets that have holes in them. Store all clothes in air-tight containers. Vacuum daily. Iron all clothes. Store all foods in glass jars. The larvae shed hairs which can get under skin. That is what people think is morgellons. No it' s just carpet beetles.
What size are the fuzzys?
Do carpet beetle larvae just bite you at night?
I've had the same problem going on 6 years. It's hell on earth!
They’re definitely carpet beetles. I don’t have carpet either. It was part of the biochemical attack when the Chinese hit us with the Covid in January 2020. If you research the US govt hit Korea with carpet beetles when they first played with the idea of biochemical warfare during the Korean War. So the Chinese just took a chapter from our book and hit us back with it along with Covid.
I do understand I have shaved all my hair off I mean every where it hasn't fixed the issue but a lot of relief.
Check into mites. I had something invisible biting me like this. It would cause whelps with constant tickling. It would feel like I got stung by ants. Night time was a nightmare, but it was an all day thing. Finally found someone who listened to me and found out it was mold mites.
You could have an abundance of Demodex mites on your scalp, face (especially eye lids& lashes), and chest. It's called demodicosis
Carpet beetles don’t bite humans LMAO
Yes look into demodex mites. This exact thing happened to my family
look into Valley Fever. there all kinds of things, shapes, sizes and fuzziness. it is horrible; i have it too. hairs that move and lay eggs. creepy stuff.
Wolbachia infected male mosquitos are being released worldwide to cull Dengue, zika and chikyunga. Mosquitos don't generally bite twice.
The problem is that not only mosquitos - but 60 % of Arthropods carry it and we're now seeing evidence of horizontal transmission between arthropods, humans, companion animals as well as wild animals.
The bacteria generally isn't harmful to animals or humans alike UNLESS they are bit by the same insect, animal or human that is parasitized by filarial nematodes - like heartworm, onchocerciasis. Thrips, flies and moth and their larvae may be bringing it in with cotton and stored in the same warehouses as beneficial nematodes.
So look for emerging information to come out regarding wolbachia, filarises and hopefully information and diagnostics for humans and companion animals.
Maybe don't buy clothes or cotton products from places that use the distribution warehouses of Amazon. Interestingly enough, the CEO that stepped down in 2019 just opened up medical centers and bought up all the vacuums.
Take Evening Prim Rose Oil it might help. I know it cleared my eczema but I take it once a day. A friend of mine had the lint issue and the Evening Prim Rose helped with some Benadryl. I'm going off experience though. I hope it helps if you try it.
i've been dealing with the same horrible thing! i definitely think it's linked to mold, but I still feel like they're bugs or living organisms. I bought a home test kit for mold off Amazon that provides you with Petri dishes to see if mold will grow on it. The plates grew so many colonies! I'm currently awaiting the analysis report from the lab. You should try it too! At least maybe it'll determine whether mold is our issue or a contributing factor! If you'd like, you can email me ***@**** to further discuss!
Listerine I have been only using it for 2 days am I haven't Itched to much I feel a change do i t constantly throughout the day