Re: I never thought I would end up on this forum!
Hi! Not to but in (again) but I just want to thank you guys for writing all this and sharing it because you give me some hope, since you are all so intelligent. I know very little about it all except that I have it and when I showed the doctor the emerging black specks (I thought they were bugs at the time); he didn't want to look; my daughter was with me and we were saying "Look, here is another one coming out"; he couldn't ignore it anymore so he took the speck and the other ones I brought and went to the other room where he had a microscope; then came back and said "Good news, they're not bugs!" I said "Well, could they be bug pieces?" and he said, rather sadly, "I don't know!" I said "Well, what do you think they are?" and he said, "I don't know, but I can give you something for the rash." Don't you think a dermatologist would be curious as to what he just saw emerging from someone's skin? I told him about Morgellons Disease and he looked it up on the computer, said he had never heard of it. I emailed him that the CDC was investigating it and I would give him the results and I got back a note that he would not discuss it anymore. So I am so glad that you guys are so smart and really studying this thing. I was feeling really hopeless tonight because I still feel some crawling, stinging, etc. although I'm alot better (from the Salt/C and Oregano geltabs). Sorry for rattling on but I also have a comment on something I found recently as a bug killer. I wanted something organic (because of my cat) to kill bugs in my house because I get spiders, etc. and I got something called OrangeGuard. Active Ingredient is d-Limonene (orange peel extract). It's safe unless you put it in your eyes, you can even spray it in your pet's bed.. I'm wondering if they have a supplement like this or would that just be vitamin C.. Anyway, it works wonders; I sprayed it 2 weeks ago and haven't seen any bugs and used to get quite a few. Maybe I should spray it on my skin!.. I am also wondering about stuff like Frontline for dogs; if it's safe for dogs maybe it would be safe for humans. Well, thanks for listening, I'll try to keep it short if I write again..