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Do you have relentless itchy skin? If so, you may be host to one or more types of skin parasites. According to the experts there are several things to look for on your body to determine if you may be infected with skin parasites. o Non healing lesions or sores. o Fibers or filaments on skin at various non-healing sites where the skin parasites reside. You can see it with the use of a jeweler's loop and they are also fluorescent under a ultra violet light. o Cotton-like balls on your body without any reasonable explanation. o Intense itching skin. o Stinging or biting. o Hair loss. o Chronic fatigue. o Brain fog. o Hard nodules under the skin. o Fibromyalgia or joint swelling and pain. o Black specs on the skin and bed sheets. o Presence of tiny strawberry type of spots--look like bright red blood spots just under the skin. Any three or more of these symptoms are associated with the Morgellons parasite plus a co infection of protozoan and or Lyme disease. Morgellons is just one of several skin parasites that reek havoc on the skin causing itching and biting symptoms that are relentless. Other parasites that cause some of the same symptoms are: o Collembola (Spring tails) o Strongyloides stercoralis--a nematode Which ones are present is not easily diagnosed. In fact there are no recognized diagnostic procedures for Collembola and Morgellons and most doctors, upon examination of the skin, diagnose the problem as stress, being in your imagination, anxiety, general nervousness, Rosacea's Red Face, or worse yet that you have acrophobia--enough to drive one away from managing stress to anxiety panic attack. There is a antibody blood serum test available for Strongyloides stercoralis. A laboratory in Tucker GA, Parasitic Disease Consultants 2177 Flintstone Dr. Suite J, Tucker GA 30084 will perform the test for about $75. The phone number is 770-496-1370. But don't hold your breadth; even if it's diagnosed as Strongyloides, doctors are very unfamiliar with its treatment. Whereas they prescribe antibiotics for bacterial infections like candy, they are totally unfamiliar with the use of wormers and may not prescribe the correct one or the right dosage.


And then again, since these parasites weaken one's immune functioning, other parasites such as collembola may have joined the fray complicating the treatment. In fact, for both Collembola and Morgellons there is no recognized treatment by the CDC--they are just beginning to research Morgellons. To further complicate matters, usually these parasites are carriers of Lyme, Protozoan and or Toxoplasma gondii (organism often found in cat feces). These organisms further compromise immune functioning complicating the process of any medical treatment. There are only a few physicians nationally who are aware of Morgellons and Lyme disease. They treat the Lyme disease, protozoan, and the toxoplasma gondii with long term antibiotics, anti fungals, and anti protozoan meds in the hope that as these infections are treated the immune functioning becomes strong enough to free the body of the parasites. To further complicate matters, most diagnostic laboratories test negative for chronic Lyme for many different reasons. Only Bowen Labs in Tarpoon Springs FL through the use of microscopy at 727-037-9077 is one that I'd recommend. To date, I haven't heard of anyone being cured of skin parasites from this approach--it's more like "keep things from worsening." As far as the Lyme disease goes, the medical profession has a huge controversy re this long term treatment of Lyme with antibiotics. Alternative therapies using Cat's Claw, Taurox along with selected vitamins and diet are thought by some experts to be as effective as the long term antibiotics. Being infected with these parasites is a living hell--perhaps like Job's experience in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible. But what's even worse, is that some of these parasites are extremely contagious. One person inadvertently gave them to her sister by exchanging dresses at a wedding; many infected from simply living in the same household; some infected from sitting in an infected chair... In desperation one generally goes to the internet for solutions which is where one wants to be cautious. Everyone who has had some success with some kind of parasite claims to have some kind of regime for dealing with parasites--some harmless and inexpensive and some as much as $1,600 claiming cure. Cure is a relative word. Cure after simply a few months exposure can be accomplished with basic diet and some specific inexpensive skin creams. Cure after years of exposure is highly unlikely at today's level of understanding. After having suffered for approximately two years I discovered a dietary connection. There are foods that feed skin parasites and foods that starve them. The trick is to eat the foods that starve them and avoid the foods that feed them. The diet has kept me symptom free and healthy for fifteen years and yes, I've tried everything which is what my e-book entitled Soothing the Itch Within and the Diet to Control It is all about. Through the years dozens of other sufferers have gained benefit from the diet and have become symptom free. And what's even more valuable in addition to the e-book, there is a regular update available with new information as to what is working and what is not working--we (many subscribers contribute with feedback) keep on top of scams and share products that work and those that are a waste of time. Here is just one of nearly a hundred testimonials. "I've also sent your e-mail address to Ginger Savely, my nurse practitioner and foremost Morgellons "RX Doctor" so that she may relay your fantastic e-news to her patients world-wide. Your Parasite-Lyme Diet has helped me immensely."


Thank you. DONNA GRACE

Richard Kuhns B.S. Ch. E., NGH certified is a prominent stress management hypnosis consultant for personal change. His new e-book "Soothing the Itch Within and the Diet to Control It,� presents bathing, disinfection and a diet for becoming itch symptom free of skin parasites. He is the author behind the best selling self hypnosis cds and a specialist with overcoming panic attacks.

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Symptoms of Morgellons Disease: Jan. 2012