Morgellons what it is, how to detect it, how to treat it
Morgellons is a parasitic helminth. It travels quickly under the skin and inside the body it grabs on one end which feels like biting as it wiggles on the other end to get momentum. It is very skinny and can get quit long resembling a horsehair worm with a black head but less thick and with antennae like hairs inside of its body that it can extrude out of its mouth. Has been known to grow to at least 3 foot in length and .5cm in width.
Method 1 = With a simple blood smear you can see the flatworm with tentancles.
Method 2 = Soak in water for an extended period until black heads start popping up. (they will go away as soon as you get out of the water)
Note: There are other things that may make you feel invisible insects if you do not get positive results with method 1 or method 2 you may need to get your house checked for mold or stop taking drugs.
Pyrantel Paomate = Does slow them down temporary 1-2 hours - do not use as causes them to migrate to escape causing more damage.
Albendezole = Does slow them down after a couple of days and does seem to kill the small ones in blood - safe to use for short periods but not overly effective and does not kill ones in later larvae stages.
Praziquantel = Believe it should be the first choice - running trials to confirm.
Ivermectin = Does not work at all
Wash clothes and bedding with pinesol during treatment in order to prevent re-infestation.
If you find the ones in your blood and confirm you are infected I would recommend starting albendezole 3-7 days before starting praziquantel in order to reduce die off all at once. The albendezole will give you the relief you need and stop the invisible itching while you wait to take the other. Antibiotics
is also recommended but not always required. If you have them in your brain have some steroids handy to prevent swelling and inflamation and causing further damage, Antibiotics
may work to reduce inflamation if you cant get hold of steroids but I personally wouldn't risk it.
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor nor am I qualified to give medical advice. I am only documenting what works for me and my research so far and making notes in case I get reinfected and have to come back.
P.S. I have over a gigabyte of pictures and documentation if anyone with a microscope is interested in sharing I would like to verify my findings with someone to help determine if the other parasites
I found had a symbiotic relationship in order for this to occur. If it was easier to post pictures to this site I would post the picture of the actual parasite
I pulled out with the hairs sticking out of it along with what to look for in the blood smear but hopefully the description is good enough for now.