What's that? You've never heard of Trypophobia? Oh man, you could have it right now. Better click through this list of signs you have Trypophobia and make sure you're in the clear. What is Trypophobia? In case you haven't heard of this potentially debilitating condition, it's a mental disorder where people are fearful of objects with small holes such as honeycomb, ant holes, and clusters of coral. Images that disturb people with Trypophobia will elicit feelings of fear, discomfort, and general uneasiness. It is, far and away, a condition or disease you do not want to have.
This psychological disorder can strike down a Trypophobia sufferer at any time and, since a term was coined for the mental disorder in 2005, there is still no Trypophobia cure available pharmaceutically though the therapy option is available. While this psychological condition is not among the most common diseases in the world, it could rank among the scariest afflictions and is disquieting for those who have the symptoms of the mental condition.
The following pictures of Trypophobia feature little holes in skin, small circles of emptiness, and other weird body conditions.
Who can get Trypophobia? Is Trypophobia contagious? How can I cure Trypophobia? If you are affected by these images that will induce a Trypophobic response, there may be no respite for your condition other than to avoid things with lots of tiny holes (like maybe you cross Edward James Olmos off your must meet list). If you can stomach it, vote for the most disturbing images for people with Trypophobia on this list of images that will give you Trypophobia symptoms.
The Neck of this Plucked PheasantPhoto: flickr / CC0Does this make your skin crawl?
These Super Intense Stretch MarksPhoto: flickr / CC0Does this make your skin crawl?
This Shed Tarantula SkinPhoto: Reptangle / via deviantartDoes this make your skin crawl?
A Black Drum Fish's MouthPhoto: The Happy Scientist / via FacebookDoes this make your skin crawl?