Morgellons Worm Symptoms

Individuals suffering from Morgellons experience a wide variety of symptoms. Morgellons is a complicated affliction that is met by great skepticism in the medical community. Patients uniformly provide a laundry list of distinctive problems, but rarely resolve them. In many instances, a relationship to known diseases may be a key to finding a cure.

This affliction is sometimes referred to as Morgellons worm, Morgellons disease, or “fiber disease.” In fact, a common characteristic appears to be cellulose type fibers that erupt from skin lesions on any part of the body. Under an ultraviolet light, these are fluorescent and appear in colors that include black, blue, and white. At the same times these fibers appear, black specks are often present. Other objects apparently emerge from the skin as well, including small granular or shard-like substances. Pores on unbroken skin can ooze with a tarry, black goo and some sores may present tentacle-like debris coming from underneath the surface.

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The lesions are sometimes crater-like and can appear on the head, torso, limbs and extremities. They may begin as pimples, becoming progressively larger. Vision sometimes is involved and may become blurry. Worm-like threads can emerge, then burrow under the skin, leaving a sore that is slow to heal, if it does at all.

In addition to these Morgellons symptoms, other less-visible discomforts may occur. Many sufferers describe tingles and prickly skin as if there are worms or bugs navigating just below the surface. Some have even reported seeing physical movement along with actual crawling sensations.

In addition to these disturbing incidents, Morgellons patients, or “Morgies,” also endure a range of other conditions.
-A dull feeling as if in a “brain fog.”
-Change in hair texture; often becomes wiry.
-Constant feeling of fatigue.
-Excessive hair growth, especially in nose and ears.
-Inability to sense extreme temperatures, as with scalding water, for instance.
-Leathery skin.

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Mentally, Morgellons can also mimic ADD/ADHD, cause or be a component of depression, and lead to extreme mood swings.

The professional stance remains that in most cases, a patient suffers from “delusional parasitosis.” Seeing and feeling creatures that don’t really exist is an accepted medical explanation, but this hallucinatory condition is certainly not true of all patients. Others are finding ties to Lyme disease and the presence of Borellia bacteria. They also believe that a lowered immunity leads to an infestation of sorts.

Due to the wide-ranging symptoms, Morgellons disease is gaining attention from the Centers for Disease Control. Authorities are eager to discover causes and especially to rule out any new and widespread contagious infection. With the focus on emerging diseases such as flesh-eating bacteria (necrotizing fasciitis), mad cow disease, and brain-eating amoeba, Morgellons and its symptoms deserve a closer look and, hopefully, a resolution.

5 Comments

  1. Pamela Worth

    Where can I give my story of a reasonable explanation about where and what these parasites might be? Is there a medical center;doctor who will listen?

  2. Wendy norman

    I have been struggling with morgellons for a year now. I don’t have the color strings coming from me just white. I have been doing my own studies on this. First I see a black moth/ fly that flew in my mouth couldn’t get it out for nothing. Now it’s in my gums like super glue. Hatched eggs when I eat. I broke one open it was a string. I have pictures. I cleaned with Clorox and a white worm looking thing with like bumpy edges on it.cant describe it. Came out of my lungs. I see these white string like worms floating in the air and I watched one go in my arm. I put candle wax on where it went in. And it came rt back out looking like what came out of my lung. I really believe the moth is the mother of all. And when it strings from your skin, it comes from out of the moth/ worm that went in. It it breaks off and regrows unless you get the whole root of it out. Which I dig out to. Looks like the worm that came out of my lungs. Like a Collembola springtail. When I walk in my house. The stuff in our clothes is tiny white worm peace’s of the strings. If you catch one like I did it rolls up in like a lint ball. Explain all of this please I started taking DR mercola products and in just a few days I can notice a huge difference. These things hate the products.

  3. my question is my nose and throat have been effected not only the skin it feels like its inside of me making me sick.

  4. Tamara Vick

    Hello JoJo, I have several cures..take lemon/grapefruit/pomelopeel, pomelo is the best, you can combine. Put them on vinegar, grind it, leave it appr. for 2 hours to get ready and take one tablespoon in the morning and evening in a glass of juice(use your feeling if you want more!). You can rub the substance as well on the skin, very soothing. drink enough water, to rinse the toxics. Buy cinnamon or clove-oil, and make a mixture with some drops of either you like, natural oil and amghoor powder, works like citric acid(green mango) and put it on your skin. Take a bath with oxi-action(lovely!!)Avoid meat, milk, white sugar,salt(all toxic). worms love meat! Do your breathing exercises and meditate 2x a day 20 min. Repeat this regulally, to keep in balance. You will heal completely, and start a new life, to be a warrior for the good cause! pass it on! Namaste. Be happy..

  5. JO JO

    FINALLY! A REPUTABLE SOURCE CONFIRMS WHAT WE “MORGIES” ALREADY KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE. THIS MOST HATEFUL DISORDER IS ALL TOO REAL. I COULD GO ON AND ON ABOUT THE HORRORS (PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL) WE ENDURE DAILY NUT I WON’T. I WILL JUST CLOSE BY SAYING AGAIN, THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR AFFIRMING OUR STRUGGLE FOR A NORMAL APPEARANCE, A NORMAL LIFE.
    HAVE A BLESSED DAY

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