Many who suffer from this debilitating condition are intimidated and feel absolutely alone. Many wish to conceal their symptoms for a variety of reasons.
It sucks being alone.
If you’d like to reach out. Please do so. Leave a comment and I will get back to you.
Why? Because I remember when I first went through this, how debilitating it was with the brain fog, the loss of memory, especially sitting in front of laptops,desktops, and monitor screen.
Reducing EMF exposure is important as well as many other things that will take you a while to discover. Safe yourself some time and get in touch with others.
Know beyond a shadow of a doubt it is not delusional parasitosis. Those doctors and professionals providing such diagnoses do so out of ignorance. Due to their lack of knowledge, research and understanding of what is truly going on. Let them be and let them stay where they are- behind their peer and colleagues, behind the curve.
The first three months or so, is when you will experience the strangest symptoms. Again, I am here if you’d like someone to listen to you, or you have a question.
The rest of this I have copied and posted below from another site just as reference.
Morgellons disease (MD) is a skin condition characterized by the presence of multicolored filaments that lie under, are embedded in, or project from skin. Although the condition may have a longer history, disease matching the above description was first reported in the US in 2002. Since that time, the condition that we know as MD has become a polemic topic. Because individuals afflicted with the disease may have crawling or stinging sensations and sometimes believe they have an insect or parasite infestation, most medical practitioners consider MD a purely delusional disorder. Clinical studies supporting the hypothesis that MD is exclusively delusional in origin have considerable methodological flaws and often neglect the fact that mental disorders can result from underlying somatic illness. In contrast, rigorous experimental investigations show that this skin affliction results from a physiological response to the presence of an infectious agent. Recent studies from that point of view show an association between MD and spirochetal infection in humans, cattle, and dogs. These investigations have determined that the cutaneous filaments are not implanted textile fibers, but are composed of the cellular proteins keratin and collagen and result from overproduction of these filaments in response to spirochetal infection. Further studies of the genetics, pathogenesis, and treatment of MD are warranted.
*******special note** to both of those stupid b**’s—one who claims to be a practicing nurse *** who decided to petition with false information –you know who you are.***************************and to the other who just likes to bump her gums*********
Have anything to say now? You always did speak too soon.
please excuse the tirade, but some people cause alot of damage when they speculate they know something, and it turns out later, they didnt know DIDDLY.