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Since: Jul 13

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#43 Jul 21, 2013
I didnt find any results using zyprexa (olanzapine) to cure scabies. This is not schizophrenia forum, In_UK2, what was you thinking?

Since: Jan 13

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#44 Jul 22, 2013
Several psych meds reduce itching. Risperdol too apparently.
FRED

Golden, CO

#45 Jul 22, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
Here's a study for Fred:
36. Dasgupta, R. and Dasgupta, B. Collembolan insects as potential parasites. Trans. R.
Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 1990; 84: 438.
Duh.
You may want to try actually posting the link instead of always presenting these dead end pieces of phony evidence for your phony science.

Here is a link that was returned using your search terms.

http://www.tropmed.org/primer/chapter10-2.pdf

"PARASITIC INFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
10.2.5.1 Insect infections/infestations
Many insect species can infest/infect the skin
. This can vary from a simple accidental
bite (eg from a thrips or collembolan
34,36
) to a more severe infection (eg from a fly
maggot, jigger flea or a louse in
festation). Thrips and collem
bolans are free-living, plant
feeding insects which occasionally bite human
s, become encapsulated in small nodules in
the skin or cause a pruritic rash."

This means that collembola do NOT infect people. They may incidentally bite you if they are all around you and become encapsulated in a wound incidentally. But they do not infest humans.

It is very unlikely you are still dealing with a collembolla infestation of your living arrangements especially after all the over the top environmental measures you have done.

You are infected this much is true, BUT not with collembolla because they don't do that. Anyone who says collembola infest humans is wrong and you haven't provided any scientific proof because none that is from a credible source exists. You have tried the smoke and mirrors approach though.

Duh.

Post the actual link next time instead of the nonsense that you normally post.

Since: Jan 13

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#46 Jul 22, 2013
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
You may want to try actually posting the link instead of always presenting these dead end pieces of phony evidence for your phony science.
Here is a link that was returned using your search terms.
http://www.tropmed.org/primer/chapter10-2.pdf
"PARASITIC INFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
10.2.5.1 Insect infections/infestations
Many insect species can infest/infect the skin
. This can vary from a simple accidental
bite (eg from a thrips or collembolan
34,36
) to a more severe infection (eg from a fly
maggot, jigger flea or a louse in
festation). Thrips and collem
bolans are free-living, plant
feeding insects which occasionally bite human
s, become encapsulated in small nodules in
the skin or cause a pruritic rash."
This means that collembola do NOT infect people. They may incidentally bite you if they are all around you and become encapsulated in a wound incidentally. But they do not infest humans.
It is very unlikely you are still dealing with a collembolla infestation of your living arrangements especially after all the over the top environmental measures you have done.
You are infected this much is true, BUT not with collembolla because they don't do that. Anyone who says collembola infest humans is wrong and you haven't provided any scientific proof because none that is from a credible source exists. You have tried the smoke and mirrors approach though.
Duh.
Post the actual link next time instead of the nonsense that you normally post.
a. You're in the wrong thread Fred.
b. What makes you think that just because nobody has studied collembola infestations that they aren't happening? When Morgellons was a figment of everyone's imagination, was lyme not involved?
c. I'm not trying any "smoke and mirrors approach". I have no approach. I'm telling people on this forum what I'm experiencing, and what is working for me. I have nothing to prove.

If by attacking me (or UK2, Langoliers or anyone else) for expressing our experience, you somehow prove your rightness - go for it.

You're so super right Fred. What I've seen under my microscope and in my house isn't collembola! I didn't blow my nose, take the klenex to the microscope and see the springtail clear as day. They aren't on glue traps all over my house. My clothing doesn't need to be soaked in order not to crawl. My doctor didn't see one come out of my leg and hop away. It was all just a lyme disease dream. You're amazing. I can't believe that I believed myself and not you! I'll never believe my own eyes again, and I'll follow all your lyme disease instructions forever.

My savior ... Fred.
FRED

Golden, CO

#47 Jul 22, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
<quoted text>
a. You're in the wrong thread Fred.
b. What makes you think that just because nobody has studied collembola infestations that they aren't happening? When Morgellons was a figment of everyone's imagination, was lyme not involved?
c. I'm not trying any "smoke and mirrors approach". I have no approach. I'm telling people on this forum what I'm experiencing, and what is working for me. I have nothing to prove.
If by attacking me (or UK2, Langoliers or anyone else) for expressing our experience, you somehow prove your rightness - go for it.
You're so super right Fred. What I've seen under my microscope and in my house isn't collembola! I didn't blow my nose, take the klenex to the microscope and see the springtail clear as day. They aren't on glue traps all over my house. My clothing doesn't need to be soaked in order not to crawl. My doctor didn't see one come out of my leg and hop away. It was all just a lyme disease dream. You're amazing. I can't believe that I believed myself and not you! I'll never believe my own eyes again, and I'll follow all your lyme disease instructions forever.
My savior ... Fred.
You spread a lot of unsubstantiated nonsense. Maybe you believe it but then that's you.

You have morgellons disease and all that other so called proof you post is only your misunderstanding supported by a bunch of Drama links. You haven't posted any really meaningful science, just a bunch of nutty claims.

I had the same thing you have and it is mind boggling but I finally figured it out and cured myself, you're not even close. Enjoy your day!

Since: Jan 13

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#48 Jul 22, 2013
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
You spread a lot of unsubstantiated nonsense. Maybe you believe it but then that's you.
You have morgellons disease and all that other so called proof you post is only your misunderstanding supported by a bunch of Drama links. You haven't posted any really meaningful science, just a bunch of nutty claims.
I had the same thing you have and it is mind boggling but I finally figured it out and cured myself, you're not even close. Enjoy your day!
Why do you think you can diagnose someone you've never met?

I don't need meaningful science. I'm living it. I don't need a triple blind study to tell me what I have. I've seen the springtails come out of my skin, they are in my house, and I'm 100% sure you aren't here with me, therefore you have no ability to say what I have.

Nutty claims? You sound exactly like the doctors who think that Morgellons is a delusion.
You have turned into what you hate Fred. You are exactly the same as the pushy know-it-all doctors who told the Morgellons people they were crazy for decades.

You can't help people and insult them. If you don't want to help anyone, why are you here? To show everyone how smart you are? To hurt people who don't agree with you? Is that your idea of fun?
FRED

Golden, CO

#49 Jul 23, 2013
The science you are living you are making up. You consistently post a bunch of nonsense.

You get all your info from those stupid drama websites you go to. Collembola don't infest people. I asked you several times to post some substantiated science saying they do and you posted a bunch of incoherent gibberish.

Just because your finding "collembola" in glue traps doesn't mean they infest people . You can find mice in glue traps too but they don't get inside you.

Any collembola that are where you live are feeding off the mold you described in your place. This has been what you've been posting for at least 3 months now. If you can't figure out how to abate some mold and treat the environment for collembola in 3 months or move out in 3 months that's pretty lame.

If you can't figure out how to do that call the county health board. Spraying white vinegar around kills mold and putting a moth ball every 3 feet and leaving for a day will kill the collembola. Allow for ventalation because the moth ball trick puts out some toxic vapor so you'll want to open a couple windows for a while to ventilate before you go back in and pick up the moth balls.

You may want to research the diseases that collembola pas to people when they incidentally bite them , they do not infest people. Wolbachia and Bartonella are common infections of colembolla.

Collembola do not infect people except on drama websites. The Neurological problems associated with the infections that an incidental collembola bite will pass to a person explain the nature of your posts.

Going to a Dermatologist for these types of problem is useless, you might as well go to a podiatrist.
aasfd

Hollywood, FL

#50 Jul 23, 2013
FRED wrote:
The science you are living you are making up. You consistently post a bunch of nonsense.
You get all your info from those stupid drama websites you go to. Collembola don't infest people. I asked you several times to post some substantiated science saying they do and you posted a bunch of incoherent gibberish.
Just because your finding "collembola" in glue traps doesn't mean they infest people . You can find mice in glue traps too but they don't get inside you.
Any collembola that are where you live are feeding off the mold you described in your place. This has been what you've been posting for at least 3 months now. If you can't figure out how to abate some mold and treat the environment for collembola in 3 months or move out in 3 months that's pretty lame.
If you can't figure out how to do that call the county health board. Spraying white vinegar around kills mold and putting a moth ball every 3 feet and leaving for a day will kill the collembola. Allow for ventalation because the moth ball trick puts out some toxic vapor so you'll want to open a couple windows for a while to ventilate before you go back in and pick up the moth balls.
You may want to research the diseases that collembola pas to people when they incidentally bite them , they do not infest people. Wolbachia and Bartonella are common infections of colembolla.
Collembola do not infect people except on drama websites. The Neurological problems associated with the infections that an incidental collembola bite will pass to a person explain the nature of your posts.
Going to a Dermatologist for these types of problem is useless, you might as well go to a podiatrist.
Fred, stop arguing with yourself about Collembola. Leave it alone. Take your ORAP.

Since: Aug 12

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#51 Jul 26, 2013
The Hungry Ghosts wrote:
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b. What makes you think that just because nobody has studied collembola infestations that they aren't happening? When Morgellons was a figment of everyone's imagination, was lyme not involved?
Don't forget abut the Oklahoma study on delusional parasitosis that found colembolla in the skin of 18 out of 20 study participants. Clearly collembola is a factor in at least some of the cases.

We are slowly moving toward the answers, but not everyone is infested with the same parasite, so there are multiple answers rather than a single solution. Same symptoms, many causes.

Since: Jan 13

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#52 Jul 26, 2013
Itchytutu wrote:
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Don't forget abut the Oklahoma study on delusional parasitosis that found colembolla in the skin of 18 out of 20 study participants. Clearly collembola is a factor in at least some of the cases.
We are slowly moving toward the answers, but not everyone is infested with the same parasite, so there are multiple answers rather than a single solution. Same symptoms, many causes.
Yes - there are several conditions which cause black specks to emerge from your skin... curvularia lunata infection, yeasts, BUGS and morgellons.

And there's a ton that make your skin crawl.

Fred just thinks everyone has what he had. It makes him feel better about thinking he had dog mites for so long.
pin prick woman

Australia

#53 Jul 28, 2013
Take turpentine starting with 2drops building up to a teaspoon. It was used for morgellons 50yrs ago & kills over 100 pathogens. Edgar caseys turpentine remedys. Im doing this myself. I also believe in balance so must take probiotic everyday too.
laws

Perth, Australia

#54 Aug 16, 2013
vss wrote:
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You work for a PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY and I donít know why exactly what you are doing HERE and on other forums, Ms. A, but just know that I am watching you, and will continue to watch YOU. If you are trying to come up with a med or a vaccine for scabies, please LET US KNOW. If not, quit messing around here and other forums and quit dicking around with other peopleís feelings and emotions, and THEIR LIVES. You suck the BIG ONE you crazy bitch.
Geez your like a little fkn yap dog. yap yap yap. Why dont you just shutup for once. Bloody hell imagine living with you

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