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Morgellons ‘IF’ the disease is real?

August 14, 2019

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In this video we look at Morgellons disease. Morgellons is indeed a mysterious illness,
sufferers claim it to be a real sickness while the majority of medical professional claim
it does not exist So let’s jump into it is this sickness fact
or fiction? Morgellons is a strange disorder people suffering
from this illness manifest some truly bizarre symptoms. Sore develop on the skin and these sore contain
strange multicolored fibers. These fibers can range in length from being
so small you need high magnification to see them, to being long enough for the naked eye
to spot them sprouting from the skin like odd colored hairs. Granules, worms, eggs, fuzzballs, and other
strange stuffs have been reported coming out of the skin. These sore are said to itch terribly and cause
the infected person to scratch compulsively. Other symptoms reported by Morgellons sufferers
are the feeling of movement under the skin and fatigue. For these reasons, Morgellons disease is sometimes
referred to as skin crawling disease. So what do the medical professional say? Why it that they say this disease is created
in the minds of those that claim to have contracted this weird illness? Why when there seems to be so much evidence
in the form of these fibers and it is clear people are struggling to cope with this skin
crawling illness they diagnose it as psychosomatic? The CDC center for disease control conducted
research back in 2008. They performed examinations of patients testing
their blood and urine and analyzing biopsies of the fibers removed from sores. Researchers could not find any common cause
of illness among Morgellons patients. This lead them to believe that those who suffer
from Morgellons are actually experiencing a psychiatric condition called delusional
infestation. This condition being the delusional belief
that you are infested with parasites. This condition then sends the patient into
a downward spiral the anxiety manifesting physical symptoms the more symptoms that manifest
the worse the physical signs. This circle continues and has the medical
definition of somatization disorder. However not all doctors are so quick to dismiss
these disease. Dr. Greg Smith has been looking to find the
truth, this because he himself has contracted the illness. He has found a lack of support and even belief
in the disease and has battling to get the medical community to do more serious research
and find a cause and cure for those that have contracted Morgellons. So what could be the causes it, if it is not
psychosomatic? In 2013 international scientists found Borrelia
spirochetes (corkscrew-shaped bacteria associated with tick-borne disease) in skin samples of
4 Morgellons patients. A larger study in 2015 found the same results. Despite this evidence the medical community
has been slow to acknowledge the association between Morgellons disease and Borrelia infection. There are more outlandish claims, some claim
a small insect known as a spring tail has made its way under their skin others say that
it is an alien infection from outer space. They have a theory that Morgellons is connected
to the crash of NASA’s Genesis spacecraft. The Genesis probe was designed to collect
a sample of solar wind and return it to Earth for analysis. It crashed in the Utah desert in 2004, supposedly
showering the earth in ectoparasites that began breeding under our skin. These parasites slowly spreading through the
population of Earth!! So head to the bathroom, grab that magnifying
glass and inspect anywhere that you feel an itch. It could be Morgellons or Mozi bite! Do you think that this disease is real? Is it a bacterial infection or alien parasites? Let me know your thoughts in the comments
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  • Reply Snaggle Puss December 5, 2017 at 12:35 pm

    yES fiRst !!

  • Reply Pulsed Neutrino December 6, 2017 at 3:06 am

    Google filamentous borrelial dermatitis it's in cattle and dogs too. Too much disinfo on this topic.

  • Reply Fauler Hund December 10, 2017 at 11:22 pm

    so maybe Harald Kautz is right.

  • Reply Miss W February 8, 2018 at 3:57 am

    I found you from wonderful world of weirdness channel. So I stopped by and I like your content. New sub

  • Reply Jen Foxworth May 25, 2019 at 9:06 pm

    XD I like your last comment, dislike if you're infected hahahaha!

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