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Myths and Truths About Tungiasis

Author: Jorge Mejías Acosta.
Quito, 6 May 2019.
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J: Mr. Mejías, what about the tunga penetrans?

A: Ten years ago I am a carrier of this terrible disease called Tungiasis.

J: Why do you speak so confidently? Is it not risky to confront the scientific community?

A: Well... I can assure you that no scientist knows this disease better than me.

First: I am a researcher, in that I am very good; better than many qualified scientists.

Second: For 10 years, I have been investigating myself. I have accumulated a large number of evidences. Undeniably, I have a "Ph.D." in bites.

Third: 99% of the scientific literature that is processed in Latin America, is English translation. Few are the Latin scientists specialized in tungiasis. All are outdated. The best ones, have been accredited to North American universities.

J: And the Ecuadorian scientists, what do they say?

A: I do not know, but I imagine they are running after an opportunity.

J: Theft of ideas?

A: Well... the story is not wrong. When there is no genuine scientific ideology, that happens.

J: I understand. So, can you say that you are a scientific researcher?

A: Yes. I do not have a title... but it is the closest thing to reality.

J: Show me!

A: Well, let's start!

(original texts)
According to the WHO:


Tungiasis is a cutaneous parasitosis caused by the female sand flea Tunga penetrans (and in some areas also T. trimamillata It is also commonly known as pulga de areia, nigua, pique, bicho do pé, bichodo porco or jatecuba, and in English-speaking countries, as jigger, sand flea or chigoe. Tungiasis is a zoonosis and affects humans and animals alike (Heukelbach J et al, 2001).

The female sand flea burrows into the skin. The toes, sole, lateral rim of the foot and heel are predilection sites. 99% of all lesions occur at the feet. Itching and local irritation occurs as the female fleas develop fully and increase their body volume by a factor of 2000 within two weeks. Due to bacterial superinfection of the lesions, abscesses, suppuration or lymphangitis can develop. Multiple lesions and intense local inflammation restrict mobility.

Life cycle

Tunga species are unique in the realm of Siphonaptera(fleas) that females permanently penetrate into the epidermis of the host and persistently suck blood.

A burrowed female sand flea is fertilized by a male only after it has started to feed on blood. The flea’s hindquarters remain in contact with the air, providing an avenue for breathing, defecating and expelling eggs. During a period of 4-6 weeks the embedded sand flea undergoes different developmental stages, produces eggs and eventually dies in situ (Eisele M et al. 2003). Eggs are expelled and fall onto the ground.

In a suitable environment, the eggs develop into larvae, pupae and eventually adult sand fleas. The duration of the off-host phase depends on characteristics of the soil, ambient temperature and unknown factors. Adult sand fleas carry Wolbachia bacteria forming an endosymbiosis with the parasite (Heukelbach J et al. 2004a).

Different mammalian species act as reservoirs for human infection . In rural areas these are predominantly pigs and bovines; in resource-poor urban communities dogs, cats and rats (Heukelbach J. et al. 2004; Witt L. et al. 2007; Pilger D. et al. 2008). Transmission occurs when skin comes into contact with soil or floor where adult sand fleas have developed. Infection may take place inside the house, peridomiciliary or in classrooms without solid floors.

Distribution and disease burden

Tunga penetrans is distributed in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. In South America, tungiasis has been reported from Columbia to Argentina. In the Caribbean tungiasis is documented in Trinidad, Tobago and Haiti, but other islands may also be affected. Historical records indicate that tungiasis occurred in almost all countries in Central America.

In the Americas many local names exist, such as nigua (Columbia, Ecuador, Venezuela), kuti (Bolivia), pique (Peru, Argentina), niguá, tü (Paraguay), bicho-do-pe (Brazil), chigoe (Trinidad, Guyana) and ogri eye (Surinam). However, reliable data on the occurrence of T. penetrans and tungiasis do not exist at the national nor at the regional level. There is anecdotal evidence that T. penetrans was imported to Africa at the end of the 19th centuries. Since then it has spread to almost all countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Tungiasis thrives where living conditions are precarious, such as villages located in remote beaches, communities in the rural hinterland and shanty towns of big cities. In these settings the poorest of the poor carry the highest burden of disease.

In resource-poor urban neighborhoods and in indigenous communities prevalence may be as high as 60% in the general population and up to 80% in children (Feldmeier et al. 2012). The attack rate varies from setting to setting and may be as high as six newly penetrating sand fleas per individual per 24 hours during the peak transmission season (Heukelbach J et al. 2004b). In endemic communities age-specific prevalence follows a characteristic pattern with a maximum prevalence in children between 5 and 14 years old and elderly people (Heukelbach J et al. 2007). These age groups are also most vulnerable for severe disease (Feldmeier H et al. 2003).

The burden of disease caused by T. penetrans has never been assessed and is difficult to determine. Probably more than 20 million individuals are at risk in the Americas alone. Repeated infections result in disfigurement and mutilation of the feet eventually leading to impaired mobility. Impaired physical fitness of adult household members has a negative impact on life quality and on household economics. Prolonged immobility may lead to stigmatization and social exclusion. Children with tungiasis may be stigmatized and show a disproportionately high rate of absenteeism at school.

Bacterial superinfection may cause life-threatening complications, such as post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, tetanus or gangrene (Heukelbach J. et al. 2004; Feldmeier H. et al. 2002). The traditional treatment, i.e. removal of embedded sand fleas with sharp, non-sterile instruments may lead to transmission of blood-borne pathogens such as hepatitis B and C virus, possibly also HIV (Feldmeier H et al. 2013a). These sequels impose additional costs on health-care systems.

Pathogenesis and morbidity

The acute and chronic morbidity associated with tungiasis is the result of an inflammatory reaction around embedded female sand fleas, bacterial superinfection and likely also the release of Wolbachiaantigens after the death of the parasite.

In the acute phase erythema, oedema, pain and itching are constant. Itching induces scratching of the lesion, which in turn facilitates bacterial superinfection. Micro- and macro abscesses are frequent (Feldmeier H et al. 2002).

The feet - particularly toes, sole, lateral rim, and heel - are predilection sites. Ectopic tungiasis, usually seen with extensive infection often follows prolonged exposure in highly contaminated environments. Infestation can occur in all parts of the body (Heukelbach et al. 2004c). Bullous-type lesions have also been reported ( Viviana L. et al. 2010).

Fissures, ulcers, lymphangitis, lymphoedema, ascending neuritis, deformation and loss of nails, and tissue necrosis are chronic complications. These result in pain, disability, disfigurement and mutilation of the feet. Disfigurement and mutilation cause the characteristic changes in the way people with tungiasis walk and usually seen in severely affected individuals.


The diagnosis of tungiasis is made clinically and based on the morphological characteristics of the different developmental stages (“Fortaleza Classification” (Eisele M et al. 2003)).

In the endemic areas, affected individuals, even children, know whether they have tungiasis.

A rapid assessment method exists which allows to determine prevalence and severity in populations at risk (Ariza L. et al. 2010). Methods for the semi-quantitative assessment of acute and chronic morbidity are available (Kehr JD et al. 2007).

Treatment, prevention and control

In endemic areas, surgical extraction of burrowed sand fleas is the standard treatment. Usually, this is done by the patients themselves or a care-giver.

Embedded parasites are taken out under non-sterile conditions using instruments such as thorns, sharpened wooden sticks, hair pins, safety pins, sewing needles, scissors, etc. The procedure is painful and poorly tolerated by children. Often the instrument is subsequently used on several persons. Safety pins and needles may be shared between neighbours.

Manipulating the removal of embedded sand fleas with such instruments carries some health risks:

local inflammation intensifies when the parasite ruptures; the procedure may introduce pathogenic bacteria leading to superinfection of the sore; repeated use of an instrument contaminated with blood results in the transmission of viral pathogens like hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV) or HIV (Feldmeier H et al. 2013a).

Surgical extraction should only be performed in an appropriately equipped health facility or by an experienced community health worker using sterile instruments. After removal of sand fleas the sore has to be dressed appropriately and the tetanus vaccination status needs to be verified and a booster vaccination given, if indicated. Increasing the coverage of tetanus vaccination in tungiasis-endemic areas would provide a long-lasting protective effect.

Since safe and effective drug treatments exist (see below), surgical extraction is discouraged (Feldmeier et al. 2014).

Metrifonate, thiabendazole and ivermectin have been tested as topical applications. However, none proved to be sufficiently effective. Oral ivermectin has no effect. The topical application of a two-component dimeticone with a defined viscosity is highly effective (Feldmeier H et al. 2013b (Thielecke M. et al, 2014).

The regular application of a repellent based on coconut oil effectively prevents T. penetrans from penetrating into the skin. Protection varied between 86% and 100% in studies in Brazil and Madagascar, respectively (Feldmeier H. et al. 2006), (Thielecke M. et al. 2013). When the repellent is applied twice daily on the feet, tungiasis-associated morbidity rapidly decreases and approaches zero after 8 to 10 weeks of intervention (Feldmeier et al. 2006), (Thielecke M. et al. 2013). Even if applied intermittently, the reduction of morbidity is significant (Buckendahl J. et al. 2010).

A long-lasting reduction of incidence and of tungiasis-associated morbidity can only be achieved through an approach integrating the environment, animal reservoirs and humans (“One Health Approach”; Feldmeier et al. 2014).

J: Mr. Mejías, according to you, these statements are lies?

A: They are not lies. It's worse, they're half-truths!

My theory about tungiasis is different, it has a greater depth and veracity.
It is my scientific research. It is the study of my illness, for many years, in my own body.

J: Illustrate us, please!

A: Go ahead!

Author: Jorge Mejías Acosta.
Quito, 6 May 2019.
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Tunga Penetrans

The tunga penetrans, is a species of Syphonaptera insect, of the family Hectopsyllidae. It measures, approximately, between 1, 0.5 and 0.10 millimeters.

1. It has mouthparts adapted to pierce and suck blood.

2. Its main objective is to colonize the red organs of the body. The legs of the host is the exit area.

3. It is extremely dangerous. Its animal instinct is to "enter so as not to leave"; so that medication becomes prevalent.

Motor and Sensorial System:
1. The sensory organs of the tunga penetrans are located, in its body and in the extremities of its members. It has touch sensors. This helps it identify and adapt to different scenarios.

2. It has no muscles in the extremities. It is the hydraulic power (proteins) that it uses for movement; which allows it to execute long jumps and move quickly in proportion to its size.

3. It can reach, approximately, jumps of 20 centimeters and speeds from 5 to 10 centimeters per second.

4. Its sensors, located next to their eyes, are radars that are specialized in collecting environmental information. With this, the tunga penetrans, can differentiate the frequencies of vibration from the place where it is located; in this way it perceives:

a) If the body of the host is active or at rest.
b) The presence of other hosts.
c) The distance between it and its new host.

5. The adult tunga is activated to sting when it detects noises and external movements.

6. All its actions are precise, there is no room for indecision. It risks leaving the nest, its family environment, with the certainty of not failing and hitting the target.

Respiratory system:
1. In direct breathing, air enters the insect through thin tubes or holes located in the thorax, called spiracles; then passes to the trachea and finally to the cells of the body.

2. Spiracles can be opened and closed to regulate gas exchange; also, they can close and become waterproof.

Biological cycle:
After the bite, the gravid female, for seven to ten days, deposits 150 to 200 eggs inside the host's flesh.

The tunga penetrans creates a "lunar relief" which serves as cocoon and protection to the larvae. Beneath this "lunar relief" the larvae undergo a metamorphosis. In one or two weeks they go from larvae to nymphs; and finally, they become adults.

Also, its coloration may change depending on the background it have lived. Its color changes helps it to remain camouflaged in its own habitat.

J: Explain me Mr. Mejías, Do you have nests in your legs?

A: Yes. The tunga penetrans creates a "dome" or bulge, in which are grouped.

J: Dome?

A: Yes. In the video you can see the bulge.

The dome is covered by a porous, mesh-like skin that allows active adults to come out and also breathe.

J: Mr. Mejías, how do these animals breathe inside the body?

A: Well, remember that I do not have a laboratory at my disposal. All my theory is based on internal and external sensations; evidences and logical deductions, supported by other scientific theories.
To answer your question... direct breathing with the outside is ruled out. In agreement?

J: Yes, all right.

A: My hypothesis is as follows:

The tunga penetrans, although originally terrestrial, can withstand long periods of time inside the internal organs of a host.

As it does? Well, there are two possibilities:

1. Gas exchange takes place between the tunga penetrans and the medium in which it is located, using the plastron system.

2. Gaseous exchange takes place inside the body. In which the tunga penetrans absorbs the oxygen particles in the blood, through digestion.

J: Mr. Mejías, plastron?

A: Plastron, is an alternative respiratory system that allows oxygen to be absorbed from the blood. It has been confirmed that a complex system: of spiracles, hydrophobic hairs; or other cuticular projections, can serve as a plastron.

J: Mr. Mejías, is it true that the tunga penetrans increases in size due to the ingestion of blood?

A: Yes, it is true, but they are not all. It's the "Queen." It increases its volume, approximately, 10 times its size.

J: Queen?

A: Yes. The "Queen" after establishing it space, is dedicated to suck blood.

J: Mr. Mejías, this "Queen" moves and breathes?

A: Once it conquer a place, it does not move. It is positioned close to the surface and stays still for a long time, breathing directly from the outside oxygen.

In contrast, the "Workers" remain active. They have the task of conquering other hosts and other internal areas.

J: A Queen and many Workers, like a honeycomb?

A: No. I name them that way, to differentiate their activities.
In the Tungiasis system, any female who establishes its space, becomes "Queen."

J: According to the criteria of WHO and PAHO, Tungiasis is a disease that is "Self Regulated." Mr. Mejías, is that statement true?

A: It is not true. It is an irresponsible pronouncement.

J: Mr. Mejías, how is Tungiasis transmitted?

A: Tungiasis is transmitted:

1. From external nests.
2. Through other hosts: humans and animals (dogs, birds, pigs, etc.).

J: Humans?

A: Yes. I have purchased that Tungiasis is also transmitted from person to person.

J: Mr. Mejías, WHO and PAHO put a lot of emphasis on "Superinfection."

A: Yes, it's true.
In the Tungiasis, the Superinfection is very frequent. There is a spectrum of "opportunistic" infectious diseases that could intervene in it; from tetanus to gangrene.

There is also Retransmission.

The Tunga Penetrans, has the persistent habit of hiding and creating nests everywhere.

J: Everywhere?

A: Yes, nests everywhere.

After the bite, the female creates a nest inside the body of the victim; and as the disease progresses, it also contaminates the place where the victim lives. For this reason, "Retransmission" is created.

J: Mr. Mejías, "Retransmission"?

A: Yes. This new concept named by me as "Retransmission on Tungiasis", is the key to everything; and that is precisely where WHO and PAHO are wrong.

J: Please, how does it work?

A: Retransmission, makes it possible for Tungiasis to become a chronic disease.

The Retransmission, implies:

1. Systematic bites, from the same body of a host.
2. Systematic bites, from external nests: bed, furniture, footwear, etc.
3. Systematic bites, from other hosts: humans and animals (dogs, birds, pigs, etc.).

These three points work in coordination. At the same time and direction; extending indefinitely the "active cycle" of the disease. For that reason, medication becomes prevalent.

J: Mr. Mejías, is it possible to cut that "active cycle" of tungiasis?

A: Well...
First: The patient should be isolated.
This would eliminate the Retransmission points 2 and 3.
Second: It would be necessary to medicate the patient.
Third: It would be necessary to consider the fumigation. An aseptic room would be appropriate.

J: Mr. Mejías, according to your criteria, which medical area would have the final solution?

A: Definitely tungiasis is not for dermatology. It has been the dermatologists who have devirtualized this disease.

Many of them are specialists in cosmetology and they have only focused on the effect generated by the tunga penetrans. That effect is reversible and they are not there.

J: So?

A: Tungiasis is a disease for medical and veterinary scientists; and of course, for internal medicine.

The tunga penetrans is 2 or 3 centimeters deep inside the meat. They are at the level of veins, arteries and internal organs.

J: Mr. Mejías, why the legs?

A: Good question.

1. The legs represent an extensive area of ​​the human body.

2. They have a higher concentration of blood. They are surrounded by large venous and arterial branches.

3. In the legs, the texture of the meat is softer and tastes better.

4. In them, the tunga penetrans, create the following system:

a) A deep main nest.
b) An extensive larval area.
c) A "dome of stay" for active adults.
Of course, all covered by the "lunar relief."

This makes the legs an ideal area for entry, stay and departure.

J: It's like a great traffic and operations system!

A: Exactly!

J: So, is the myth of the "short jump" of the tunga penetrans and the association of the disease with the legs?

A: Yes. Many literatures support this ridiculous theory.

1. In proportion to its size, the tunga penetrans is a great jumper.

2. It is an opportunistic animal. It can be present in all parts of the human body. When entering a host, it is not only in the legs, it goes running in search of the holes of the anus and urethra; from there, it passes to the great internal organs.

J: God! And the authorities who say?

A: They still do not react, they are outdated. Americans are also outdated.

J: How is it possible? It seems crazy!

A: Yes... there is a social delay that implies a mental retardation.

J: Mental retardation?

A: Well... if an individual uses a 50% of his neural capacity to justify what he can not do with the other 50%...

J: Everyone, at Ecuador, have this problem?

A: No! The common people are noble, cheerful, wonderful and good. My friends are hardworking, dynamic and creative.
Everything I'm doing is for them!

J: Mr. Mejías, in what way could this situation be resolved?

A: It is required, on behalf of the government authorities, an aid plan with three lines of actions:

1. Legal
2. Medical.
3. Social.

J: Very complicated.

A: Yes. That is the reason why WHO and PAHO have stigmatized Tungiasis as a "disease of extreme poverty." A gross lie that offends human wisdom!

The tunga penetrans does not discriminate against its victims because of the color of its skin or its social status.

Evidently, with that approach, they are sentencing millions of human beings to slavery, pain and death.

J: Mr. Mejías, is the matter political?

A: Yes... it is also immoral.

Ironically more than 75% of the income of these noble institutions called WHO and PAHO, come directly from poverty.

We know that within the UN, "the mother" of all corruptions cohabit. The US Attorney's Office does not react to such impunity!

J: Is not that statement of yours reckless?

A: Well... If I was wrong, this planet would be a safe place!

J: Mr. Mejías, everything seems an extremist apology!

A: These gentlemen have a big problem with me:

I am not an extremist, I am not a communist either; much less moralistic. I am very aware of the situation in which I am:

1. If I am shot; it's okay.
2. If they kidnap me; best.
3. If they ignore me; I climb.
4. If I am incarcerated; I ask for bed and food for free.
5. If they cure me; then they save their people, humanity and earn the medals.

I'm saying goodbye to the planet. I'm a fucking whistleblower. I have nothing to gain or lose. I denounce myself and the whole world.

I am an instrument of the Lord. I am the bearer of a message of Salvation.
I am also a Prophet:

1. "Everyone who judges me will be judged."
2. "Abuse and irresponsibility will be exposed to the morality and patriotism of men."
3. "Those who block my denunciations will sooner or later face the judgment of God and swell the list of those persecuted by Jehovah."

Tabano, 2019.


Without wanting to, life has made me an expert in "bugs"!

By the repeated bites, we acquire the ability to identify the subject, its size and its "modus operandi".

We knew that there were several vectors that worked in unison and as a team, with two purposes: to exist and to feed on blood.

In order to differentiate them he named them in the following way:

1. "Tunga" (round and brown) (from 1 to 5 in a mm). Intensity of pain: hypodermic needle, breaking the skin to the bottom.

2. "Cockroaches" (oval) (from 1 to 5 in a mm). Intensity of pain: hypodermic needle, breaking the skin halfway.

3. "Black driller" (thin and black) (5 in a mm) Intensity of pain: hypodermic needle, breaking the skin to the first third.

4. "Ghosts" (round and yellow) (from 10 to 20 in one mm). Intensity of pain: hypodermic needle prick.

On the other hand, a bite of tunga implies a whole project of life:

1. The nest door is the sting. Already inside the skin is another story...


2. It begins to devour epithelial tissue and flesh, to build caverns and tunnels; which are flooded by a white liquid, giving the affected region a normal appearance, but evidently inflamed.

3. Then, from the door of the nest, it expels by its rear what it had ingested previously; creating the closest thing to a "lunar relief": waste tissue, excrement and keratin.

4. The "lunar relief" functions as a protective layer, facilitating the work of other opportunistic hematophagous insects on the skin.

5. Keratin covers, seals and solidifies expelled waste, allowing adult "opportunistic" vectors to work under them.

a) https://youtu.be/0AQD2zmCrKo

b) https://youtu.be/y4KiL8_OZag

6. Keratin also floods the depressions of the "lunar relief", creating pocetas or pools. This allows the adult opportunistic vectors to remain active pending a new host; If there is no new host, to perpetuate the life cycle, they go out and bite you.


7. If for some reason the "lunar relief" is removed, the process is reversed.

8. The tissue is inflamed by larval activity.


9. Larval activity generates a burning and constant agonizing pain.

Next, I list the bad personal experience that I have accumulated over these vectors over time:

1. They are hematophagous. They feed on human blood. The texture of our blood is more complex, richer in nutrients compared to that of animals; That's why they prefer it. Personally, we have observed that they are favored to sugar.

2. They are specialized in us, humans; so they have very effective strategies, such as chopping and hiding in inaccessible areas to avoid being visible.

3. They hide: in the nails, skin, eyes, mouth, ears, lungs, etc.

4. They are so small (from 1 to 20 in a mm) that some are imperceptible to the eye.

5. They can be of different sizes in the same species.

6. They spread faster than the flu itself.

7. Children are easy prey for these vectors, because they have less possibilities to defend themselves.

You are likely to find a child who cries frequently and desperate parents do not know the reason.

8. In my case, I am an "inherited host". It means that several vectors (tunga, mites, etc.) have entered into me and with enough time they have created a "perpetual" life cycle inside my body, chopping and incubating certain amounts of eggs (from 50 to 100) in programmed times. to perpetuate the species.

That is, if a life cycle ends in 30 days, the other cycle has just begun.

Believe me, I've been dealing with them for many years and I still can not get rid of them.

Not only do colonies on the legs, but also on the inside of the body.

9. Your jaws are capable of piercing any tissue, be it skin or muscles.

I commented, personally I have seen how a tunga pierced the skin of my abdomen in a matter of seconds; they are dangerous and aggressive, if the patient is neglected, they invade his body little by little.

Once inside, they make their way through the tissues for the purpose of establishing themselves in each internal organ.

But not satisfied with that, they also make nests in the furniture and in the houses, preserving the species at all costs and waiting for an opportunity to take action.

This is the closest thing to a curse; especially if you do not have money or the protection of the authorities.

10. A "casual host" is one who, unfortunately, has contact with another "host".

Here are several important things:

The vector enters the individual and immediately, in a few seconds, itches and deposits its eggs. Then seek refuge in an internal part of the body: for example, the fissures of the anus; and from there he creates and secures another colony.

Cases are known, in which someone visits the doctor for presenting a strong pain believing that they are hemorrhoids and the doctor confirms that they are not; but... both do not know what is happening.

11. The "casual host" is gradually becoming an "inherited host", because the vectors create in him the necessary conditions for their life cycles to remain active.

Either in your body or polluting the furniture, clothes, shoes, etc.

Making nests... hiding in every crevice of houses, offices and commercial premises.

The next step would be to contaminate each member of the family.

In other words, the accumulation of so many vectors, come to form true pests.

And the consequences of their constant attacks and bites, deteriorate not only the quality of life of the individual, they also affect the quality of family life and the economic stability of their businesses.

At first, the infested subject is not fully aware of their problem and spends money on insecticides, which may work on other species of parasites; but, in these species of "hematophagous", it does not work.

The development of the "perpetual life cycle" of these vectors can last up to a year and can go unnoticed, because the strategy is to "work" when the victim sleeps; On the other hand, the daytime attack is sporadic.

But once the disease is proven (strong bites, blood loss, internal pain, etc.), the patient is overcome by the lack of information and by the lack of help from the health authorities.

After having exhausted all kinds of remedies without noticing great results: The person loses faith, hopes and abandons everything!

In my case, I must admit that I have lost all the battles against these "bugs".

I think the only alternative is ivermectin, which just a few years ago was funded by WHO; and now, suspiciously, it is being controlled by the national pharmaceutical industry and not by public health institutions.

Dear, check in the following survey how sure you are if you are not infected:

1. Do you suffer from chronic insomnia? Do you have to take any medication?

2. Do young children cry constantly? Do you know the reason?

3. Do you have a sore or wound that does not heal?

4. Do you have insect bites on your skin? Do they sting you? Can you see them?

5. Are the pores of your thighs swollen?

6. Have you seen any black flies (one millimeter) inside your house?

7. Do you feel recurring fatigue?

8. Have you experienced any severe anal pain? Are they hemorrhoids?

If the answers are positive, you have a high possibility of being infected with this disease. Quickly contact us. We do not want your money; only your moral support.

You can also go to the governmental platform of Quitumbe and contact the official:


This official is representing the Minister of Public Health. They will protect you; to you and your family. Do not lose that opportunity!

These vectors are being established little by little and in a year you can complicate yourself.

Do not let that happen!

Do not be afraid to: comment, share, claim or denounce. We are the voice of the people and we want to protect the health of the Ecuadorians!

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Larval Activity


Personal Photos


The truth is that if. They really are aggressive. Literally, they have eaten the flesh of my legs.

You can see in the vídeo, the unusual depression on the skin, after being pressed.


2. Unknown dangerous vector: it feeds on blood and is transmitted from person to person.


"Ghosts" (round and yellow) (10 to 20 in one mm). Intensity of pain: hypodermic needle prick. I baptized them with the name of "Ghosts" because I could not see them.


1. Hematophagous vector. They eat human blood.
2. The texture of our blood is more complex, richer in nutrients compared to that of animals; That's why they prefer it. Personally, we have observed that they are favored to sugar.
3. They are specialized in us humans, so they have very effective strategies; how to chop and hide in inaccessible areas, so as not to be visible.
4. They hide: in the nails, skin, eyes, ears, lungs, etc.
5. They are so small (10 to 20 in a mm) that some are imperceptible to the eye.
6. They can be of different sizes in the same species.
7. This vector created larvae in each pore of my thighs. After leaving the pores, they entered the inside of my body.

They are also everywhere outside my body: in the hair, eyebrows, beard, clothes and skin; waiting for a new host.
8. They spread faster than the flu itself!

Origin of the video:

The video has its own story. The shot is focused on the side of my yamaha piano. The piano was abandoned in a corner of the room.

With the lectern of the music scores he had improvised a pedestal to film from the cell phone.

Incredibly, I was around 5 hours standing, I knew that evidence could save my life!

The smartphone connected to the charger with the flashlight on.

Without moving even, about to lose hope. And suddenly the ghost appeared! I just had to activate the record button.

Of course the shot was made from a professional application, with an increase of 6 to 10 times the original size.

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3. Unknown dangerous vector: it feeds on blood and is transmitted from person to person.


"Cockroaches: may be white or gray" (oval) (1 to 5 in a mm) Intensity of pain: hypodermic needle, breaking the skin halfway.


1. Hematophagous vector. They eat human blood.

2. The texture of our blood is more complex, richer in nutrients compared to that of animals; That's why they prefer it. Personally, we have observed that they are favored to sugar.

3. They are specialized in us humans, so they have very effective strategies; how to chop and hide in inaccessible areas, so as not to be visible.

4. They hide: in the nails, skin, ears, etc.

5. They are so small that some are imperceptible to the eye.

6. They can be of different sizes in the same species.

7. They spread faster than the flu itself!

These vectors made a great nest in the lining of my yamaha piano.

What are they really? The truth is that they are neither larvae nor worms. They are millimetric hemoparasites.

Veterinary scientists would have the answer. We believe that there is not the least interest in solving the problem in the equator.

The pain represented in this video is a just cry for human rights, in the face of the indifference of a corrupt government!

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Ecuadorian Penetrating Flies

Ecuadorian Penetrating Flies
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Vector 1: Black fly.
Size: 2mm
It stings strong and feeds on blood.

This fly is the "mosquito" of the Ecuadorian highlands. It has a direct relationship with vectors 2 and 3. All inhabit 75% of low-income houses, buildings and commercial premises.

Vector 2: Small Black Fly.
Size: 1mm
It stings strong and feeds on blood.

Its behavior is aggressive; the closest thing to a flea.
Hides between clothes; travel with one to spread and continue feeding.

Create nests in the body and in the house; Deposits a certain amount of eggs to preserve its species.

Vector 3: "Black driller"
Size: 5 in a millimeter.
It stings strong and feeds on blood.

This insect has a direct relationship with some of the previous vectors.
Their wings are not yet developed; they serve to jump between 10 and 20 centimeters.

In the video, you can see how far it has penetrated; between the flesh and the nail. There it remains for weeks; stinging and sucking blood.

It is a millimeter perforator. Penetrates the tissues and lives inside them.
This vector is extremely dangerous; is the Ecuadorian version of the Penetrating Tunga.

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Severe Tungiasis and Transmission in Ecuador