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What does body lice look like?
What do body lice look like?
Why can't you show pics of body lice
Wow quite interesting that pics are in the link above but you just ignore it
I didn't have any links up top for pictures. Anywhere....
They never show the picture, not where I can see,
I swear there are NO PICTURES...DAMN. if you put search in, you never c a picture. Oh one did bring up a picture of a girl sleeping and the caption said, AND THIS IS A PICTURE, . IT WAS AWOMAN DLEEPING
Been feeling like shit is crawling on me in different places.. Idk-
@Phyllis Have you scrolled down and read the full page? I've seen a picture posted below. And pictures after clicking the link too!
Have you checked your clothes and body for any body lice or any other parasites?  

Treatment for lice
The person needs to be washed from head to toe. The main way to eliminate body lice is by removing and washing or throwing away infested clothing and bedding.

Body lice and their eggs can be killed by washing clothing in very hot water, followed by drying these items in a clothes dryer set on high heat (more than 130 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 30 minutes). Dry cleaning or pressing the clothing with a hot iron will also kill the lice and eggs. Because body lice usually do not remain on the host, changing and/or washing clothes and bedding may be enough to eliminate these pests.

People with a lot of body hair may need to be treated with a pesticide (pediculicide) that can be applied to the body to make sure lice are eliminated completely. Over-the-counter pediculicides containing pyrethrum extracts or permethrin can be effective. Other pediculicides containing other classes of insecticides are available by prescription.
Iching head and body especially when trying to dots and bite lump like a flea bite.
Ugly itching red skin bumps. In 100 degrees temperature it is very uncomfortable as it tends to bleeds
To summarize, you have itching red skin bumps and a low grade fever. Possibilities include hives, fascitis nodularis, posion ivy, and others.
Hives are swollen, red or pink bumps, patches, or welts on the skin that usually appear suddenly. Itching is the most common symptom. Your doctor will be able to determine if you have hives from a physical exam. Most rashes go away on their own and you may not need prescription treatment. If necessary, you will be suggested to take antihistamines.

Nodular fasciitis is a rapidly growing non-neoplastic soft tissue lesion. It is usually small, solitary and fast-growing. Patients may occasionally feel painful. Ultrasound and MRI are usually used in diagnosis. The usual treatment is surgical removal. Pinhole laser and corticosteroids are also widely used in treatment.

Poison ivy rash is caused by an allergic reaction to an oily resin called urushiol. Signs of a poison ivy rash include redness, itching and swelling. Often the rash looks like a straight line. Poison ivy treatments are usually limited to self-care methods. And the rash typically goes away on its own in two to three weeks.
Could be red mites are they burrowed under ur skin

Here~This is the picture of body lice

What does it look like to the human eye. Just an oval greenish clear thing?
Body lice have three forms: the egg (also called a nit), the nymph, and the adult. Nits are lice eggs, which are oval and usually yellow to white in color. Body lice nits are generally easily found in the seams of an infested person's clothing, particularly around the waistline and under armpits. They occasionally also may be attached to body hair. A nymph is an immature louse that hatches from the nit. It looks like an adult body louse, but is smaller. The adult body louse is tan to greyish-white, about the size of a sesame seed, and with 6 legs.

Here is a picture of body lice.