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Postby southcity » Fri Jul 28, 2006 2:19 am

Cilla, Thank you very much for caring and of course for sharing your knowledge of the legal system. Uggh If there was any system that I felt the same as I do the medical system, it would be the legal. I have made attempts to contact several lawyers several months ago to no avail.

However, as of the last week, visitors to my site have been primarily from the legal fields, both prosecuting and defenders. The biggest names have been showing up, with the likes of Baker & Donalson(sp?).

So it seems to be getting close to the time when I will be approached instead of having to seek them out. They smell blood, and it is very obvious.

I hope you will be willing to help when that time comes so as I dont get swallowed up by these sharks too. :)

Thanks again,
you are very kind, and appreciated

South :D
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Postby collb » Fri Jul 28, 2006 12:48 pm

My 80 year old mom -- she doesn't have internet access -- has been suffering horrible symptoms that no one seems to be able to account for over the past year and a half. She believes that her problem started when she left her dentist's office in a torrential downpour and the parking lot was flooded with water up above her ankles. Shortly after that she began to have a strange rash on her lower legs. The rash turned into lesions that looked something like chickenpox or shingles. Then they spread. The condition seems to cycle -- inactive for just a bit and then erruptions -- anywhere on her body. At times she has had so many that she couldn't even wear clothes. Over the course of this, she has started to become very distracted and detached -- has lost interest in everything and now she is exhibiting signs of memory loss and dementia to the point we've thought she might have signs of Alzheimer's. Recently she also started losing weight and having respiratory symptoms. The only thing is that it's hard to dismiss the fact that the skin condition seems to have triggered all of this. I've just heard for the first time about this condition being called "Fiber Disease." Has anyone heard of situations similar to my mom's? Obviously she is not having a psychosomatic reaction to something from the internet. She's never even heard of this. Thanks
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My Personal Challenges & Ivermectin

Postby FarmerGeorge » Fri Jul 28, 2006 1:21 pm

I suffer from symptoms similar to those described in this thread. I have had these symtoms for more than 10 years. I am a farmer. I own livestock. To control parasites, both internal & external (skin) I use a drug called ivermectin. This is a pour on drug. Usually the drug is applied to a calf by estimating the weight of the animal and pouring a measured amount of the drug on the animal's "top line", which means down the center of the back. When this drug is applied to the animals, especially if several dozen animals are being treated, it is difficult or impossible to avoid getting the liquid on your person. From this experience of treating animals with ivermectin I discovered that ivermectin does in fact make relieve the itchy/crawly sensations and allows relief for up to several weeks. I treat myself with ivermectin when the symptoms return. Note this is not a recommendation for use of a drug that is NOT AUTHORIZED FOR HUMAN USE, but only as information concerning my personal experience. Ivermection is commercially available as an over the counter drug at any farm supply, feed store or over the internet from many suppliers.
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Postby collb » Fri Jul 28, 2006 1:25 pm

Thank you for the information.
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A thought

Postby magiclights » Fri Jul 28, 2006 1:59 pm

This works for alot of things ----why not try it ???
Hydrogen peroxide--When gargled it whitens teeth and disinfects mouth.
Also when rubed on a skin itch or fungus it cures the problem
If I had this thing I would be willing to try anything
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Postby magiclights » Fri Jul 28, 2006 3:33 pm

By the way ----Your body produces hydrogen peroxide as a anti bacteria agent and it may be that the process is not functioning correctly in those people that are having this negative effect.
MAYBE then the intake of small amounts or the stimulus of the natural producing side of this will help .
Good luck
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Postby Linn » Fri Jul 28, 2006 4:06 pm

For any newbies with the tiny black fibers and small lesions:


The above manifistation responds to acidi pH
Vinegar is recommended apply daily to skin do not wash off. Some bacteria can not reproduce or is killed by acid medium. I believe it is so with this organism. I have ben symptom free for 5 mo but I still do the above daily. :)
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Postby FarmerGeorge » Fri Jul 28, 2006 10:07 pm

As an addition to the information about ivermectin. If you spend enough time on the internet to fully research the uses of ivermectin you will find it is used for a lot of human infections. These include many forms of parasites, which is the drugs primary purpose, but also it is used for other types of skin diseases. Many of these diseases are considered incurrable by our dermatology community, but once ivermectin treatment begins a miracle occurs and the skin lesions go away. Again, I can personally attest to this, I encourage you to try the ivermectin, but again, it is not a drug that is approved for human use. The cost for this drug is about 20 dollars for an amount sufficent to treat a human for many months. I pour the amount equal to that to treat a 220 pound calf into the palm of my hand and simply rub it on my forearms. The product I purchase is in an alcohol solution so it feels as if you have rubbed alcohol on your person.
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Morgellons- Agriculture, Farming, Gardening people

Postby pecan11 » Sat Jul 29, 2006 1:53 am

I swear it looks like something in a plant host or seed or toxin carried in a seed or seed treatment...maybe even cow host...something seems to be present in most sufferers....on top of that the clusters in CA, TX and FL...aren't they all in agriculture, farming areas...? vegetable crops, cotton, citrus...has anybody noticed this?
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Postby RANDY » Sat Jul 29, 2006 3:36 am

Just for a heads up.

Many drugs will work for a time while you take them but your symptoms will return after you stop using them.

For those that are new to this site that is a truth you will get familiar with.

It is always a good thing to keep some antibiotic , antifungals and antiparasitics on hand since our immune system does not evacuate those things that it should and fungus, parasites, which we all have naturally, and bacteria do build up and can get out of control with this "syndrome."

Some work better than others and some work better with some people than with others.

At this point in time there is no cure and no one knows what this truly is as of yet. For the newbies you will spend countless hours researching everything and have tons of knowledge about all types of things. That is the way of all of us.

What we do need is help from doctors and nurses. I have created a site for doctors and medical professionals that want to help and I get no monetary reward from it at all..I built it so we could create a network of doctors and scientist and medical professionals that want to help us and eventually have it listed by specialty and state.

Please , if you know anyone who wants to help, have them list themselves....it is free.

http://netmedvisit.com

Please send your comments about the iste..spelling errors etc...to my PM or to cisfl2004@netzero.com

Thanks everyone!

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Fiber Disease

Postby shurson » Sat Jul 29, 2006 7:52 pm

I would like to comment on the new found disease, fiber disease. This disease has been around for many many years, but only recently has received attention from the media. I am a personal testimony of how it can affect you, what struggles are involved and how you can take measures to heal yourself. Please be patient with me as I discuss. I've had sores on my body for many many years. Not just sores and fibery lessions, but those that would not go away. Sometimes they are accompanied by fevers, lethergy, tiredness, insomnia, itching, hurting, burning. My blood work as always come back normal, or even better than normal. I've had every test you can imagine and they could only assume it was allergies of some sort. After thousands of dollars spent on trying to find out what it was, I took the ball in my own hands. Through many hours and sleepless nights of studying I found books and told me exactly what was wrong. Low and behold they weren't only parasites, but the waste of parasites and worms that live in our bodies. Apparently I had an over abundance of them. In my studies and learning how to rid them, my skin cleared up, my fevers eventually went away, my gall bladder healed, my liver is functioning much better, I don't urinate so often without being able to hold it, my hands don't swell...the fibers have deminished. When I think it's coming back, I go back on my very strict regimen and they're gone. It's not just the parasites, the worms, the flukes that reside in our intestines, heart, liver, gall bladder, bladder, kidneys and skin, but it's the waste they leave behind when they die. Mostely flukes when they die off leave or sluff off their dead bodies and our bodies are trained to work very hard at getting rid of waste. If they don't come out through out bowels, they have to come out somewhere else, incuding our own skin.

I hope this helps. If you any other questions, don't hesitate to ask and I'd be more than glad to help. I am a walking testimony.
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Fiber Disease

Postby shurson » Sat Jul 29, 2006 7:57 pm

One other comment on the fiber disease that I've learned from my studies...don't use alcohol of any sort on your body or in your body, they hatch parasites and flukes especially in the liver. Isopropol Alcohol is the worst to use one humans.
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