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Re: Possible Cause of Morgellons
dlandbob Views: 3,920
Published: 9 years ago
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Re: Possible Cause of Morgellons

Its possible that people who have a low immune system are infected by this easier than others. I have been diabetic for 33 years. Others in my home are not bothered by gnats like I am or itch like I do. My 12 year old son is as healthy as a person can be, my 2 year old tho, keeps getting rashes. Maybe those who are healthy fight it off right away and others dont. I found some cream that actually made my pours normal again and started to take the red out of my skin but I am out now. Fruit flies, thrips and so many other gnats attack me, I wondwr if any of them can carry lymes.

I have a friend with lymes and he doesn't have a problem with gnats or fibers. I know a lot of people who suffer with a liver disorder and have this problem. I guess I have talked to people who were healthy and they have this issue as well. I went to the Dermo, he should of been a proctolygyst if u ask me. He looked at my skin to see if I had signs of skin cancer and I was fine. I am going to a Oncologist because of my blood work and what keeps coming up, one thing is my white blood cell count is very high and potassium levels are too. I used to work at a cancer laboratory and know numbers and I am very concerned about mine. Oh well, Such is Life. I smoke and I am outside now, I just smacked two super tiny gnats that were in my face and landed on my shirt, they look like parasitic wasp.

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