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Postby Cilla » Mon Mar 27, 2006 5:42 pm

Hi Tamtam,

Many thanks for your earlier reply re this condition sometimes leading to something very like neurogenic bladder and chorioretinitis. The doctor who has an interest in neurology is also interested that something like the neurogenic bladder could occur, although he is still mystified as to the possible mechanism. He is certainly not ruling out your theories, and believes that something strange is going on. He does not really deal with eyes, but most certainly does not see why the strange fibers could not infect the vitreous, and finds the possibility that some poor souls might not get diagnosed and treated quite horrific.

The good thing about Dr Amin in Arizona is that he seems able to effect cures. I think that he sometimes uses special lasers, ? on the fibers in the scalp, and his literature mentions lymphatic drainage in some cases. Naturally, these interventions are supplemental to the dental rework. I think that this parasitology center also prescribes certain vitamins first of all to patients diagnosed. I do not know about any other drug treatment also prescribed, but he certainly is a world expert on parasites. I do not know how much any of this costs.

I think that I have also heard of a nurse practitioner charging quite a bit for treatment.

The whole thing is so appalling. It is the people who have this who should be being compensated, not charged. I am beginning to think, because it is so vile, that sufferers should get the treatment from one or other of the healthcare professionals, if they possibly can. It seems that the infection just gets worse the longer it is left. It is hard to believe that such a thing can happen in the 21st century.
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Postby tamtam » Mon Mar 27, 2006 6:57 pm

It seems that something significant will be presented to You very very soon.

Sincerely,

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Postby RANDY » Mon Mar 27, 2006 7:11 pm

Cryptic Blah blah once again. What? Tell us what you know. You just like to blah blah. Nothing is going to be preesented just as no updates are happening to the video.

Sorry but the truth hurts. Still I would like to know who had the ER connection...Cilla...Tam.....was it you?

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Postby Sabrina » Mon Mar 27, 2006 9:41 pm

Dear Randy,

I’m glad to see that you have contributed to this thread. I love the way you break things down to make it all sound so simple. Your ability to think critically is invaluable and essential.

Can we find a way to challenge any contradictions or questions in a more positive and constructive manner? I think we can.

I am not one to blindly believe anything any more, this includes tamtam’s theory. However, I have not been able to rule his theory out either.

Does tamtam make sense? NO, But neither does this disease. Tamtam has hit on some aspects of this disease that others clearly do not.

Ever have a “feather diver?” I have. Tam talks about a bird gene………makes me wonder.
I have never seen a “real” bug but something I have seen twice now has wings on it……another gene?????????
The term “quorum sensing” describes (for the first time) the sensations that can be felt when touching one part of the body and feeling a sensation on a completely different part. If you have this then you know what I am talking about. They can communicate.

I could probably go on but I think you get my point. We cannot rule this theory out, can we? I would like nothing more than to think that what I was dealing with was made by God and not some screwed up scientist somewhere but I’m still not sure what it is so I have to keep all possibilities open.

Tamtam is either a saint or……. the opposite. Time will tell, so be patient and listen and keep asking questions!

Thanks for posting Randy.

Peace,
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Postby ukguy » Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:16 am

Hi All

Many people with Morgellons and many doctors treating them have said
that frequently, there is involvement of fluke worms AND / OR nematode worms.

These videos were taken by me over the last few days. While attempting to look at the fibres coming from my body
in greater detail, I put them in alcohol under the scope. I was amazed to find what looks like many clear nematode (?) worms in there.

PLEASE NOTE: it is NOT thought that the fibres produced in our
bodies are worms. They just appear to congregate in the
vicinity of the fibres.


http://members.lycos.co.uk/fromuk/

VIDEOS

Session 1
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Fun with Fibres / Fun with fibres 2

The worms are playing with a black fibre
which also came from me.

Session 2
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Oscillate
Supernova

Notice the smal critters oscillating backwards and
forwards and shooting around the dish.
In Supernova there's an explosion of these things.
I'm assuming these are the 'babies'.

The orange coloured thing is (I think) a cluster of
eggs ? I find these in the bath from time to time.
Orange/brownish colour.

Session 3
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On a Mission

The worm shown here is much bigger than the
ones shown previously. First I've seen of this
type. It appears to be dead. It's moving because
the smaller worms are pushing it around.

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Thanks for watching.

See ya
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Postby Linn » Tue Mar 28, 2006 4:01 pm

Randy,
I wonder did they poke fun at lyme disease too?
Just wondering. It pisses me off that tey would
be so caulous to write a line like that for ER.
No wonder its not taken seriously.
Dont say the M word.

When AIDES was newly emerging,
people were complaining of numerous
parasitic infections. Because their immune
system was dydfunctional.
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Postby RANDY » Tue Mar 28, 2006 8:38 pm

Sabrina,

You have a way with words...I honestly appreciate your style and delivery. I, as you have already witnessed am not so politically correct or sweet.

When people are not forthcoming it is very similar to the "Rosebud" then I go into the "Slowly I turned, step by step" routine.

I shoot straight from the hip and I do not flourish. I know this upsets some people but I am who I am. I could no easier be sweet and kind then you could be me. I HATE people who BS and lie and when it comes to this disease I will shoot them with honesty and direct questions via my computer...IF they were in front of me, I would get someone to beat them up for me...I was raised in an Sicilian neighborhood.....;)

As far as ER goes...I will hunt down and find who had that written in to the script. I have connections in LA and it may take me a few months but I will get a name.

Love to all!


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Re: Sabrina

Postby travis » Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:23 pm

RANDY wrote:Sabrina,

You have a way with words...I honestly appreciate your style and delivery. I, as you have already witnessed am not so politically correct or sweet.

When people are not forthcoming it is very similar to the "Rosebud" then I go into the "Slowly I turned, step by step" routine.

I shoot straight from the hip and I do not flourish. I know this upsets some people but I am who I am. I could no easier be sweet and kind then you could be me. I HATE people who BS and lie and when it comes to this disease I will shoot them with honesty and direct questions via my computer...IF they were in front of me, I would get someone to beat them up for me...I was raised in an Sicilian neighborhood.....;)

As far as ER goes...I will hunt down and find who had that written in to the script. I have connections in LA and it may take me a few months but I will get a name.

Love to all!


Randy


Cool, hunt down that screenwriting bastard, who must of took his lame ass screenplay directly from reading the ridiculous Popular Mechanics article
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Again tonight someone said.

Postby RANDY » Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:39 pm

someone said that the repeat of that Er show is on tonight. FOr those that have not seen how we are insulted and poked fun at..watch it and then write the show to complain. I could understand HOUSE maybe trying to figure it out and being sarcastic but it really has no place on ER. They are mean spirited there and we shoudl really complain about it.

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Postby standby » Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:39 pm

How diverse we can be in our perceptions and opinions. Some optimistic and some pesimistic. It was left quite open to the viewers own perseption.

I think the introduction of Morgellons to television was done quite accurately.

You failed to mention how one physician was in the process of conducting an examination. While the other physician (their superior) chose not to "waste his time" simply because the patient brought samples. This is an accurate depiction of the continued neglect and mistreatment we face. An egotistical, lazy, closeminded physician (excellently protrayed) does not make us look crazy, Far from it..... It did make him (and the medical community) look downright incompitant. It was right on the money. ..... REALITY!

Kudo's to however and whoever was responcible for this. It was an excellent intro of much more to come.
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Postby Doc44 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 12:07 am

Very nice post Standby. ER has tried to be a real life show about how things are in an ER. They nailed it with the Morgellons sceen. That is exactly how people are treated when they seek help in an ER. If the patient is too demanding for help or comes back a couple of times then he/she gets a free ride in a police car (backseat) for a three day stay in the coocoo's nest.

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Postby Linn » Wed Mar 29, 2006 4:22 am

8) deleted 8) by muy
not nice :roll:
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