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seibertneurolyme
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Have not kept up with current research in this topic.

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11241747.htm

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I haven't been keeping up with it either, Bea.

Thanks for the link.

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Morgellons - pretty suspicous of black box geo engineering to me with implications of testing on populations against their will and knowledge with total disregard for the safety and health of the human population
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there was a show on the science channel, i think, about morgellons. scared me to death...

and they said it was all "psychological"...yeah right...

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Doctors are so loath to admit when they don't know something, they have to find a psych diagnosis to give instead. [cussing] [cussing] [cussing]

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Why should we expect them to do any better with morgellons than they do with Lyme? It's a phychologically limited mindset they have...

Am I saying that their failures in medicine are due to factors that all in their head?

I certainly am.

It's a psychosis developed from extensive brian washing and corporate control of the medical system.

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Good article thanks!
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There are many morgellon's health boards. Many have experimented ( study ) with fenbendazole with major improvement . Fenben is a safe and cheap sub for albendazole - a parasite med. I personally know some who did well with fenben for morgellon's. If you google Morgellon's fenben, you will find many examoles , esp at curezone.
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There are many morgellon's health boards. Many have experimented ( study ) with fenbendazole with major improvement . Fenben is a safe and cheap sub for albendazole - a parasite med. I personally know some who did well with fenben for morgellon's. If you google Morgellon's fenben, you will find many examoles , esp at curezone.
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it's one the wierdest diseases out there.

but parasites?? yeah could be huh??? then wouldn't something like humaworm work??

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Someone else on this board said that Morgellon's is a worm and that they rid of it using parasitic herbs.

"It's all in our heads."

Always have to blame the patient or whoever is down.

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A good utube video with a doctor supporting the notion that it does exist & that it is true.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsiJpuARHcE

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This is what "they" are calling Morgellons. www.lymephotos.com I had everything pictured here exit after using strong antiparasitic herbs for months and salt/c.

One cleanse of Humaworm would never get rid of this kind of infection. Morgellons is just a name someone attached to this coinfection and it amazes me that it is excepted as fact.

If antiparasitics works against this, then why wouldn't it be recognized as a parasite infection?? Many of the ticks are carrying filarial worms and who knows what other creepy things.

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P.S.

Dr. Eva Sapi mentoned in the article is one of the researchers that is finding Filarial Worms in over 40% of the ticks she dissects. I e-mailed her a while back to ask why this co-infection is not being more recognized.

Her reply was "because it needs to be published" HUH?? Okay, totally frustrated with some of these professionals incl. the docs at Columbia who have totally ignored this infection and focused soley on spirochetes.

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Gael,

This is one of the major limitations of "Evidence Based Medicine." A particular issue must be published repeatedly for years and years before the mainstream medical community will even begin to possibly consider to accept it as fact.

And if an issue doesn't appear in the medical literature, then it doesn't exist as far as the mainstream medical community is concerned (thus, the patient is to blame...i.e., "all in the [patient's] head.")

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That is sure what it feels like is crawling through my body.


I wish we could just capture some living specimens & see what ABX/herb they respond too. I am sure salt C will dry them up as you say.


I have not seen any in my stools or my blood, but I see PLENTY of spirochetes though. It is shocking how many different ABX I have taken & it has no effects on the spirochetes hiding in my Red Blood Cells.

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Razzle,

Thanks for the update on why the medical community is so lax on this. In the mean time, many suffer.

Lymedin,

If you feel you might have this co-infection, you may want to consider antiparasitic pharmas or strong antiprasitic herbs and salt/c. You have to be persistent with this, because they are stubborn and hang on, however, once you break their back, you should experience a mass exodus.

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glm1111, my LLMD caved in & gave me a round of various parasitic meds (Dr. K protocol or similar) & at the end I think it lowered my immune sys.


I did not get worst while taking it, only broke out in a rash that comes and goes some 4+ months till today.


I did not herx either with any of the meds. I only felt some increased vibrations with one of them, PinX/Pyrantel Pamoate 250MG.


The ones I took in a sequence:
Biltricide, Ivermectin, PinX/Pyrantel Pamoate 250MG, Alinia & Factive.

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The increased vibrations can be a sign that the meds were working. Internal vibrations were one of the big symptoms for me when I went after the parasites.

One round might not be enough, but perhaps giving an antiparasitic herb such as Parastroy with salt/c would be worth a shot. Parasites can be very stubborn and sometimes can take a while for them to let go.


The salt/c is good for the adrenals and can be very beneficial for the immune system as well. I would give it another shot.

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I have had Morgellon's. Nightmare. Not a delusional disease. Marianne Middelveen and Dr. Ray Stricter have a couple articles in a cosmetic and dermatological journal proving this.

Refer to the Charles Holman Morgellon's Foundation website for good references and latest research info. There is a yearly meeting in Austin, TX every March.

BTW, the ppl I know personally with Morgellon's had Lyme first.

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Morgellons info from the better health guy

http://www.betterhealthguy.com/dr-stephen-fry-on-fl1953

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mlg, very good info I haven't read.

Although my lesions are in remission my hair is very involved. I have lost much of it. I have been told a fungus is one of the criminals of this disease.

I wish someone could find something to help. Many have shaved their head and used coconut oil to smother out the organism(s). I did not find it helpful.

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Making a poultice of kefir or yogurt mixed with milk will help dry out the lessions on the scalp. The lactic acid in the milk is very helpful. 70/30 milk being 70 is the balance. These parasites when dried out will dehydrate.

Apply the mixture and put a paper towel on top and then a baseball cap. It really works and also helps with any fungus. Really helps with burning and pain. Best solution I found for this.

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Here is another one of Connie's testimonials regarding her treatment of Morgellons.
You can see the scars on her arms from where the disease use to be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HESZxjdXD4Q

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Gael, I don't have lesions at this time due to drinking the cactus drink I've been on for over a year. My only issue is my scalp. Each root ball is coated in a wet black goo. Some say it is fungus.

If I have any hint of a lesion pop up I take a small ribbon of IVER horse paste and it goes away. The different orals didn't help.

Carmen, thanks for Connie's link. I really need help now, maybe her suggestions will clear this stuff.

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