Thrip (Corn Lice)
Beckie

Ardsley, NY

#22 Jun 9, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
Fred, stop being a jerk.
Misery had her bug ID'd.
You saying that she's wrong does not change the ID of the bug.
I had a GREAT experience this week... went to my skeptical derm... and as he was closely examining my skin with is magnifying glasses (I was rubbing econazole on it and making black specs pop out), A BUG came out of my skin and ran down my leg. He had examined my leg closely before I put the cream on, so he was certain that it wasn't there from before. He was shocked. He said "Don't tell your doctor, he'll say you're delusional. If I hadn't have seen it, I wouldn't have believed it."
WIN!
I don't know if mine are collembola/springtails or thrips. Could be either as they look quite similar under a microscope (both have differentiated heads, and pointed tails). Both infest clothing and fabric - which I have in spades. Soaking my clothing in vinegar and fogging my house with windex and cedar has changed my life. Anti-fungals are also a major game changer, so I'm leaning towards collembola, but I do see tiny white flies, so thrips is a possibility.
I feel better than I have in months... but it's still a battle, I'm just on the winning side now.
Fred, you are not right all the time. That's just the way it is. You do not have the ultimate answer for all of us. Some people have bugs, not morgellons. Some have both. Some got morgellons/lyme from their bugs. BUT IF YOU INSISTE THAT WE DON'T HAVE WHAT WE KNOW WE HAVE THAT MAKES YOU NO BETTER THAN THE DOCTORS WHO Dx US AS DELUSIONAL.
I think it has something to do with the time you *thought* you had scabies. You're just taking the role of the antagonist doctor. Stop.
Did you derm catch the bug, and try to Id it? That's crazy! I'm soo glad you derm saw it. Maybe the next time someone says they haves bug living in them he will believe them. Glad your on the winning side.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#23 Jun 10, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
Fred, stop being a jerk.
Misery had her bug ID'd.
You saying that she's wrong does not change the ID of the bug.
I had a GREAT experience this week... went to my skeptical derm... and as he was closely examining my skin with is magnifying glasses (I was rubbing econazole on it and making black specs pop out), A BUG came out of my skin and ran down my leg. He had examined my leg closely before I put the cream on, so he was certain that it wasn't there from before. He was shocked. He said "Don't tell your doctor, he'll say you're delusional. If I hadn't have seen it, I wouldn't have believed it."
WIN!
I don't know if mine are collembola/springtails or thrips. Could be either as they look quite similar under a microscope (both have differentiated heads, and pointed tails). Both infest clothing and fabric - which I have in spades. Soaking my clothing in vinegar and fogging my house with windex and cedar has changed my life. Anti-fungals are also a major game changer, so I'm leaning towards collembola, but I do see tiny white flies, so thrips is a possibility.
I feel better than I have in months... but it's still a battle, I'm just on the winning side now.
Fred, you are not right all the time. That's just the way it is. You do not have the ultimate answer for all of us. Some people have bugs, not morgellons. Some have both. Some got morgellons/lyme from their bugs. BUT IF YOU INSISTE THAT WE DON'T HAVE WHAT WE KNOW WE HAVE THAT MAKES YOU NO BETTER THAN THE DOCTORS WHO Dx US AS DELUSIONAL.
I think it has something to do with the time you *thought* you had scabies. You're just taking the role of the antagonist doctor. Stop.
You might want to actually read before you respond there human ant hill. This is typical with you but i can see how you are becoming neurotic with all the infections you have.You also take information that I originally posted and act as if it was an epiphany of yours.
misery_in_au wrote:
OK Fred/Lotus, one point to you. Its not thrips (explained in my thread).
misery_in_au wrote:
Yeah, well at least I can admit an honest mistake. The problem is no medical testing available so its a process of elimination, and it did seem a likely candidate.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#24 Jun 10, 2013
lotus_fan wrote:
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You might want to actually read before you respond there human ant hill. This is typical with you but i can see how you are becoming neurotic with all the infections you have.You also take information that I originally posted and act as if it was an epiphany of yours.
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how dumb can you be
do you even realize that these people are here reading?
that is why they on this forum.
stop telling people to read.
go take an herb or two.
it was nice you took a break for 48 hours off the forum. so very nice.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#25 Jun 10, 2013
I envision you in a wheel chair not able to move and are constantly stuck here fred/lotus fan/denver/freak. because you just don't let up. there is NOTHING ELSE FOR YOU TO DO.

I ENVISION YOU WITH A TUBE IN YOUR MOUTH PUNCHING THE KEYS ON THE KEYBOARD BECAUSE YOU ARE PARALYZED AND CAN'T MOVE.
is that it?

YOU ARE NOT CURED. YOU have NOT FOUND THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM; OTHERWISE, you would not be here.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#26 Jun 10, 2013
Here's a clue, FRED, NO ONE CARES ABOUT THE INFORMATION YOU POST. NO ONE IS trying to steal your information. Hardly anyone is responding to your posts. Get a clue... Take the "i'm better than you are stick out of your butt."

have a good day, fkfc.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#27 Jun 10, 2013
VSS wrote:
I envision you in a wheel chair not able to move and are constantly stuck here fred/lotus fan/denver/freak. because you just don't let up. there is NOTHING ELSE FOR YOU TO DO.
I ENVISION YOU WITH A TUBE IN YOUR MOUTH PUNCHING THE KEYS ON THE KEYBOARD BECAUSE YOU ARE PARALYZED AND CAN'T MOVE.
is that it?
YOU ARE NOT CURED. YOU have NOT FOUND THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM; OTHERWISE, you would not be here.
I'm obviously here for different reasons than you are. Reading your posts it is easy to see just how miserable you are.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#28 Jun 10, 2013
lotus_fan wrote:
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I'm obviously here for different reasons than you are. Reading your posts it is easy to see just how miserable you are.
I'm not miserable, just trying to get rid of your sorry butt, which is impossible, but I'll keep trying, fkfc.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#29 Jun 12, 2013
lotus_fan wrote:
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You might want to actually read before you respond there human ant hill. This is typical with you but i can see how you are becoming neurotic with all the infections you have.You also take information that I originally posted and act as if it was an epiphany of yours.
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Bravo Fred. You're really winning hearts and minds here.

Not sure where you get the idea that I'm "stealing" *your* information, but it's a bizarre claim.

Like I've said before, you are ruining the validity of your message with your appalling manners. If you really wanted to help people, you would start acting like people are important.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#30 Jun 12, 2013
Beckie wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you derm catch the bug, and try to Id it? That's crazy! I'm soo glad you derm saw it. Maybe the next time someone says they haves bug living in them he will believe them. Glad your on the winning side.
No he didn't catch it, but I'm taking some into him... he did ID the black specks as an environmental fungus, but we need to culture it to really know which one.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#31 Jun 13, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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No he didn't catch it, but I'm taking some into him... he did ID the black specks as an environmental fungus, but we need to culture it to really know which one.
He only said it was an environmental fungus because he didn't know what else to call it.
You're wasting your time with a derm, go to an infectious disease specialist. Dermatologists are completely unprepared to deal with what you have.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#32 Jun 13, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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No he didn't catch it, but I'm taking some into him... he did ID the black specks as an environmental fungus, but we need to culture it to really know which one.
Even for someone who has a chronic central nervous system infection like you do you have been particularly oblivious to anything I've said. I think that even if you were healthy you would be very hard headed. This is not because you are right, it's because you feel you have to be right weather your right or not.

http://f1000research.com/articles/2-118/v1

"Figure 5. A "black speck" removed from the skin in Morgellons disease is red and magnified 500x."
misery_in_au

Winston Hills, Australia

#33 Jun 16, 2013
lotus_fan wrote:
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He only said it was an environmental fungus because he didn't know what else to call it.
You're wasting your time with a derm, go to an infectious disease specialist. Dermatologists are completely unprepared to deal with what you have.
I agree. Derms are USELESS and they're in it to keep you coming back. They don't want to cure- they need repeat visits. Their training comes totally out of books and they're not open to anything- very very poor attitudes. Probably failed medics.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#34 Jun 16, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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I agree. Derms are USELESS and they're in it to keep you coming back. They don't want to cure- they need repeat visits. Their training comes totally out of books and they're not open to anything- very very poor attitudes. Probably failed medics.
If your body was just made of skin then they would be great.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#35 Jun 19, 2013
A good derm can cure someone of scabies and can be extremely helpful to patients. You are wrong...
You want to find one that has years of experience. There's been many people on this forum who were helped by DERMS. Not wachos like Fred and Misery in Australia.
Failed medics, my arse.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#36 Jun 23, 2013
VSS wrote:
A good derm can cure someone of scabies and can be extremely helpful to patients. You are wrong...
You want to find one that has years of experience. There's been many people on this forum who were helped by DERMS. Not wachos like Fred and Misery in Australia.
Failed medics, my arse.
And if you don't keep going back to doctors - they'll keep giving people crap treatments. I educated several doctors now on collembola, "borrelial dermatitis" (Morgellons) and atypical scabies.

They now know about the latest science, and they won't be diagnosing anyone with delusional parasitosis ever again (I told them any doctor that ever has done that needs to call up their former patients and apologize. After that letter they bent over backwards to help me).

My derm is going to present about my case. I think of this as the beginning of the end of lame treatments and lazy diagnoses for people with mystery itch. WIN.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#37 Jun 23, 2013
Fred/Lotus Fan. I think it is time you leave this forum. You can't make a difference here, if you run everyone away. You are the one rating everyone as nuts here. If it is the last thing that I do here, it will be to keep you away. I get it that you don't have anything to do with your life, so you come here to make yourself look smart, but you are only hurting the people coming here. It is time that you leave this forum, Fred.
Becky

Ardsley, NY

#38 Jun 23, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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And if you don't keep going back to doctors - they'll keep giving people crap treatments. I educated several doctors now on collembola, "borrelial dermatitis" (Morgellons) and atypical scabies.
They now know about the latest science, and they won't be diagnosing anyone with delusional parasitosis ever again (I told them any doctor that ever has done that needs to call up their former patients and apologize. After that letter they bent over backwards to help me).
My derm is going to present about my case. I think of this as the beginning of the end of lame treatments and lazy diagnoses for people with mystery itch. WIN.
That's great HG! You did something really good. You don't even know how many people you have helped. I hope your feeling better. How's your treatment going?
FRED

Golden, CO

#39 Jun 27, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
<quoted text>
And if you don't keep going back to doctors - they'll keep giving people crap treatments. I educated several doctors now on collembola, "borrelial dermatitis" (Morgellons) and atypical scabies.
They now know about the latest science, and they won't be diagnosing anyone with delusional parasitosis ever again (I told them any doctor that ever has done that needs to call up their former patients and apologize. After that letter they bent over backwards to help me).
My derm is going to present about my case. I think of this as the beginning of the end of lame treatments and lazy diagnoses for people with mystery itch. WIN.
Collembola do not infect people, this is misinformation put out by misinformation websites trying to sell something or somebodies dumb blog. I asked you to post a reputable study showing collembola infect people and you just went off on another weird tangent.

A skin fungus is easy to get rid of but you won't do it with a topical anything. That's because the skin symptoms are just that, symptoms of a whole body problem. Humans are organisms and all the working parts are related. You need to treat with something you put in your mouth.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#41 Jul 1, 2013
FRED wrote:
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Collembola do not infect people, this is misinformation put out by misinformation websites trying to sell something or somebodies dumb blog. I asked you to post a reputable study showing collembola infect people and you just went off on another weird tangent.
Frans Janessen. World expert on Collembola. Find it Mr. Internet.

And since I know what I see, I won't listen to FRED.
FRED

Golden, CO

#43 Jul 3, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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Frans Janessen. World expert on Collembola. Find it Mr. Internet.
And since I know what I see, I won't listen to FRED.
you know, previous science will serve you, unless you choose to ignore science..........

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