Morgellons starts out like scabies...read all sufferers.

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Pat1153

Virginia Beach, VA

#1 Sep 15, 2011
I honestly believe alot of scabies sufferers have Morgellons as I do. If you continually suffer with the sores, crawling, biting, pricking,and itching and it's not gotten better than consider it. It wouldn't be good news since there's no cure yet. You can pretty much forget about getting ANY help from alot of the medical field.In my opinion, the worse are Dermatologists! I'm just starting to look for a doc in my area that treats this. Since I purchased my microscope, I've found black, red, blue and crystal fibers around and in my skin!I read alot about this new mysterious disease and found much more in common including alot of other ailments that I didn't know was related specifically to Morgellon's! Look up Dr. Amelia Withington. She has Morgellon's, was also diagnosed with Delusional Parasitosis as was I and is a doc in neurology and psychiatry! Read the symptoms on Morgellons.org and go to NMO.org (stands for the New Morgellon's). Just put www. in front of them. Read Dr. Withington's speech at the NMO conference.I highly recommend you read the speech as if you have it, it will make you feel better! First,read. See if you have the symptoms. It starts out like Norwegian Scabies. Get a microscope and look at your skin too. I found one on Craigs List for $75, has up to 200X mag. Lastly go to CDC's website as the number is like 12,000 ppl have contacted them regarding these symptoms and they're having it investigated by Keisers ....some company in California and I can't remember entire name, etc but on the CDCs website. Other sites as mentioned above have ALOT more about Morgellon's on them so start thinking about it everyone. I was betting my life I had scabies! Glad that bet didn't hold up since I'm sure I have it as I have WAY too many symptoms. Some ppl don't have alot of the same symptoms but all have these crazy colored fibers and ppl that don't have Morgellons, don't have these fibers! Also, everyone seems to have Lyme Disease or the symptoms of it and I know I need to get a doc to test me for it but have to find one to do it. I don't have health ins or a job and just glad I'm not on the street living but still.....I think they say all with Morgellon's tests positive for Lyme Disease...ugh....but now maybe we can get ppl to listen, especially docs and scientists, etc!!! Take heed, check it out as I just knew it was scabies and have had this for 8 mths and didn't even bother to look up this Morgellon's thing. Now, I am SURE...dang it!
Danser

Marysville, CA

#2 Sep 15, 2011
"After reading some of the testimonials [on the NutraSilver web site www.nutrasilver.com ], I decided to try NutraSilver to deal with Morgellons.

"I haven't even finished my first bottle yet, but am already feeling better, with 80% less crawling and biting.

"The first day, using the lowest dose of Nutrasilver, my nosebleeds subsided and a worm ejected itself from each nostril, at different times. No nosebleeds since then. It's so nice to think that the future might bring something positive. I've been depressed for so long (4 years since coming down with this illness). I'm hoping that others out there might give NutraSilver a try.

"Life really can get better!"
HappySoul

Vancouver, Canada

#3 Sep 16, 2011
Mycoplasma could be the cause

Checkout this guy
http://www.whale.to/c/cantwell_alan.html
FRED

Golden, CO

#4 Aug 27, 2013
Unfortunately Silver has other huge toxicity issues.

Morgellons is the human version of Crown Gall disease.

Crown gall disease id caused by agrobacterium tumefaciens which is a bacteria capable of creating transgenic growths. It infects plants and humans.

Since: Jun 12

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#5 Sep 7, 2013
FRED wrote:
Unfortunately Silver has other huge toxicity issues.
Morgellons is the human version of Crown Gall disease.
Crown gall disease id caused by agrobacterium tumefaciens which is a bacteria capable of creating transgenic growths. It infects plants and humans.
Hi Fred, question for you. Boosting my immune system has done wonders not to mention swimming this summer. Been doing lots of research regarding Lyme, Morgs, etc. am taking nutrasilver and haven't had anything come out of my skin in weeks. Clearing the skin surface. Now I have to go after what's under the skin, scalp, hands and feet as I still feel the biting and movement down deep. Bottom line, whether it's a mite, Lyme or morgellons, you were right about penetrating the biofilm so the immune system can do its job. My question for you is about which protocol to take. There are many different protocols as you know. Which protocol do you recommend? One Dr. Advises taking Bromelain and serrapeptase for breaking down the biofilm as I recall you were taking something different. Have you listed your protocol on the forum anywhere? Regardless of what I have, I want to get rid of this once and for all. I would love to read and compare which cocktail you are taking. I'm close but need to finish this disease off, hopefully. I do check back periodically to the forum as often as I can. What has helped you finish this disease?
Bazizzle

Golden, CO

#6 Sep 10, 2013
Rundown teacher wrote:
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Hi Fred, question for you. Boosting my immune system has done wonders not to mention swimming this summer. Been doing lots of research regarding Lyme, Morgs, etc. am taking nutrasilver and haven't had anything come out of my skin in weeks. Clearing the skin surface. Now I have to go after what's under the skin, scalp, hands and feet as I still feel the biting and movement down deep. Bottom line, whether it's a mite, Lyme or morgellons, you were right about penetrating the biofilm so the immune system can do its job. My question for you is about which protocol to take. There are many different protocols as you know. Which protocol do you recommend? One Dr. Advises taking Bromelain and serrapeptase for breaking down the biofilm as I recall you were taking something different. Have you listed your protocol on the forum anywhere? Regardless of what I have, I want to get rid of this once and for all. I would love to read and compare which cocktail you are taking. I'm close but need to finish this disease off, hopefully. I do check back periodically to the forum as often as I can. What has helped you finish this disease?
Silver is toxic.

http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...

Since: Jun 12

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#7 Sep 13, 2013
Bazizzle wrote:
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Silver is toxic.
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/scabies/TP8...
Yes, it can be. The nutrasilver is broken down so that it can be taken up to 2 1/2years daily without problem. It has helped me ALOT!
FRED

Denver, CO

#8 May 31, 2014
Unfortunately there are a lot of people in this forum who have Morgellons, which is really a version of Lyme Disease, and think they have scabies.
FRED

Denver, CO

#9 May 31, 2014
You need a particular kind of silver along with other items.

http://www.lyme-morgellons.com/

Since: Dec 13

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#11 May 31, 2014
Morgellon's is very rare. You most likely have a skin parasite, not necessarily Scabies. There are dozens of skin parasites, it is almost impossible to know what exactly you have unless your doctor is a parasite expert. It's not important to know which parasite you have, only to kill all if them and their off spring. Start by taking oral ivermectin and rubbing on topical Permethrin. This combo has been effective for many. If after two months you are still infected buy Valbazen aka the liquid form of Albendazole and take 5ml every 12 hours and you will be cured in 30 days. You stand a better chance of getting hit by lightning than you do getting Morgellons.
FRED

Denver, CO

#15 Jun 11, 2014
No Morgellons is not very rare. Since the CDC doesn't record morgellons statistics and that Morgellons is actually a manifestation of Lyme disease that is not understood or acknowledged by the CDC there is no way of knowing.

The CDC did just increase the national Lyme disease estimate by 10 x though.The driving pathogen in the Lyme disease epidemic is Bartonella and Bartonella also causes Morgellons.

So it's not as rare as you might think. Albendazole doesn't cure scabies and it won't cure the Morgellons that many people in the scabies forum have either.

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