Im glad you brought it up the pumpkin seeds stopped the ones in my stomach and they didnít run from them which was great but it didnít seem to help the ones in the skin or with the itching.
Im glad you brought it up the pumpkin seeds stopped the ones in my stomach and they didn't run from them which was great but it didn't seem to help the ones in the skin or with the itching.
My lab tech friend showed me what they do for the stool samples and explained that they just look for eggs and not worms, they put a few drops of oil on a slide and take a stick to get a small piece of stool and smear it in. These things produce what looks like normal hairs and the morgellon worm is jelly soft so it will break apart easy and they wont find it. In the US they really only look for pin worm eggs since its the most common, most tech's would think Tapeworm
eggs were just artifacts and pass right by them and your lucky if that small piece that hits the slide actually had an egg on it or very unlucky to have such a bad infection you had so many eggs, although a Tapeworm
can lay thousands of eggs a day i cured myself and lost the ability to gather any further samples to research exactly how morgellons reproduces and infects although I have some theories that would put heavy infections as highly contagious i don't want to post anything inaccurate.
Im sorry your dealing with this its a plague of its own, does the pumpkin seeds help the ones migrating in your skin or your itch?