How I managed my morgellons, lazy man's cheap management strategy
It started ten years ago and I finally have resolved the itch and making great progress on the worms, they got so bad I would get dementia for a week at times and people saw the worms in my eyes after taking pin-x to slow them down. The people you infected will most likely reinfect you it spreads fast and easy in humid environments.
The new ten year itch
As much as I figured the itch is an insect and that's why permethrin spray really helped. Spray it on clothes rub in and let dry. I sprayed my bed and floor and dryer too. Don't spray swimming clothes it is very very bad for fish. Ohh and don't spray yourself it can be very dangerous. If you have kids I would think twice this is the lazy way be vigilant on your wash dry bath routine you will get there.
When washing let clothes soak in washer with borax, pinesol and some form of oxywash. Soak overnight if possible. If you don't have hot water in wash like me or don't want to shrink your clothes this works.
Dry on highest heat for at least an hour. If your house is infected time your dry right before you bath and leave. When finished drying clothes in trash bag inside dryer to mitigate you reinfecting them before bagged. If your clothes your wearing are heavily infected when you bagged them bath change and rewash the clothes you just washed. This was where it took me the longest to figure out but once you have a good set of clothes bagged it's easy from there on out. I usually spray a small spray of permethrin on the inside of the bag and on the top clothes and that really helps keep them from multiplying. The secret is when you bag them don't reinfect them.
Clean the house with pinesol and permethrin. I didn't but you might also bomb the house, the one I used that really worked was from Dollar store and had like 4 ingredients I'll try to get the name later. I also bombed my car and sprayed permethrin and had no problems since.
I use pine sol and Epson salt in every bath along with mane and tail medicated, no shower here. Soak in it for a while and wash with brown Bonner's soap. I usually put clothes in to soak and straight to bath.
This was my protocol I'm not a doctor and not recommending anyone to take such meds. Mine was bad I would stay in bed weeks at times and I was only 29 never been so sick.
I use this with the medicated but I was so much worse than most. Some of these may cause worms to migrate and do more damage. I would start with low dose albenza and Moxy to mitigate that much as you can and do the Black-Walnut
oregano and garlic later.
Raw pumpkin seeds lots
MSM largest pill 3
Black walnut hull 3-6
Olive leaf extract 4-6
did help a lot but watch your dosing my kidneys couldn't keep up and it's the most expensive.
I tried everything including albendezole untill I was bald it grows back or most of it anyway. It was slow to work and didn't kill the large ones. It seems that taking less over longer periods maybe better but definitely do research weigh benefits and watch dosage.
Ivermectin worked to get rid of itchiness but not so much the fillarial worms. If you take too much your vision looks different.
Moxidextin only on 3rd clinical trial but works wonders on both itch and worms. I found for the worms I needed to take for a week straight every 12 hours. Same for Iver od above since they are both avermectins.
Doxycycline this will help with the bacteria infection attracting the bugs and for adult worm die off. They seem to be small fillarial worms like dirofilarial that are transmitted by the itch bugs which have a bacteria symbiotic agreement in order to live they require the bacteria in their gut. I believe this bacteria is what attracts the bugs kill the bacteria kill the worms and stop the bugs.
If you were recently infected and just can't stand to wait a few days you can get immediate results with meds above, iver will help in a day or two but do the wash the bath and you can use sulpher8 all over your body for a good night sleep. I made my own with Vaseline and percipitated sulpher but I over did it and started to change colors so sick with the 8.
Can be tough almost killed me a couple times and I thought the meds were making me sick until I started again with no reaction. If your heavy with worms seen in eyes and moving after sulpher 8 and large worms migrating causing heart problems. Be prepared to almost die may want to research and find the slowest kill off. Albenza with doxy is a slow die off and it's a broad antihelminth so should cover a large spectrum. The worms transferred by your itch bugs may be different than mine but for me the adults would not die untill the doxy.
Don't give up you can make it through this God bless and good luck