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Postby in_the_uk » Sun Apr 02, 2006 2:06 am

... so why are there 2 boards?
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Postby Skytroll » Sun Apr 02, 2006 6:26 am

There were more, but, the moderator cut some down, because there are many biology topics here, we were taking up all the first page.

Topics differ sometimes. but fibers and Morgellons, same disease

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Postby Poison » Sun Apr 02, 2006 4:59 pm

in_the_uk wrote:... so why are there 2 boards?


There were more than 2 boards. We deleted them. But those 2 contains valuable info. So decided to leave both.
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Collembola/Morgellons

Postby ASHBILZAC » Fri Jun 30, 2006 1:57 pm

please anyone. Please recommend a shampoo/conditioner--or product ..ie..(oil, lotion anything) that doesnt flake.
I am now having flakes/insects fly and pop off of my hair. This is embarrasing.
I feel as though I cant even go to church, for the fear of people noticing.
I had an incident while standing in line in the bank where the people behind me and in front of me noticed. They both got out of line and one mentioned something aloud.
I would like any help please.
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Postby Skytroll » Sat Jul 01, 2006 6:42 am

T-gel shampoo helps.

Eco-vie has been recommended.

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morgellons/collembola

Postby ASHBILZAC » Sat Jul 01, 2006 1:08 pm

Thank you for the advise. I will try T-gel shampoo.
Is there anything that helps with the white (dust) that seems to float off my body? Is that the lint that everyone refers to?
I have white (use to be clear) dust like particles and is very embarrasing . People aren't sure what they are looking at but because it makes them itch. I know they are thinking bugs....
Anything for that?
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Helen, please email me

Postby russellbgood » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:53 am

I want to know more about Morgellons in the UK (I used to live there). I may have something that can help you.

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in_the_uk wrote:Hi,

I've just started posting on the fibre disease board. I don't think that there will be a problem if I just copy over my history for the benefit of those who don't visit both. What is the difference between mrogellons and fibre disease anyway?

I am in the UK. I am living on the border between Lancashire and West Yorkshire where there appears a raging case of what appears to be Morgellons (based on a comparison of symptoms experienced with those read on the MRI pages). The understanding is that it was transported here in the wood of a packing case in which an engine was delivered to a company here. The engine (and case) came from the Bay area of California. My friend is very ill with it and has been trying to deal with it since last July. He has been diagnosed as delusional and has been on a 28 day section (detained against his will in the psychiatric hospital) because of the diagnosis. I had not seen him for some time and I bumped into him 2 weeks ago, in the garden centre. He was buying more chemicals to try and rid his business premises of it. He showed me a fibre protrude from a gaping lesion on his thumb. His shoulders were round his ankles and that night I searched the internet and found a complete set of his symptoms, as he had described them on the Morgellons Research Foundation web site (before I knew of the engine crate). We went to his GP and presented loads of papers printed off from the internet. They are still not convinced. This last week he has had some sucess with his premises by using his steam cleaner to introduce white vinegar into the environment and particularly up into the beams (it's an old mill).

NOW I have fibres coming out of my hands. Last night I found an itchy site on my leg and sure enough I produced a fibre from it and a "projectile" that went off into the room somewhere. I have spoken to the GP. He says that I have no fibres coming out of my hands. I have the contact details of a physician in Bolton that I received from Mary Leito. I am going to make an appointment on Monday before it gets a grip of me and my home and my cat. Also, last night I sent an email to the Calderdale and Kirklees Health Protection Unit, as Mary Leito had requested in her email reply to me.

Who else is doing what in the uk? What is the most effective way of dealing with it?

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Postby Deena » Thu Jul 13, 2006 12:02 am

I'm curious on the mold they mention on the video clip (think on #1) on crossinglines.net.
It was when my case with all the craziness started almost 5 years ago. Come to find out, our HVAC system was highly contyaminated with toxic mold. Needless to say, we got out. It took some time for our immune systems to reboot but as health regained, symptoms improved. Anytime I am around anything having to do with the slightest amount of mold, I get the ibby jibbies, my hair feels movement and it easily promotes another attack. I no longer have house plants, it has helped. I'm wondering how many others might be around a significant amount of mold and feel the same triggered effect?
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Postby tamtam » Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:56 am

The mold is an expression of a modified cyanboacterium.
Until 1920 cyanobacteria were regarded to be a mold.

Your infection concerns a quorums sensing micro organism.
Its also a multi cellular acting micro organism.

The micro organism will integrate in tissue in the form of adaptive protein and also shows the ability to infect native cell.

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Morgellons, biting mites, real fatigue!

Postby clee » Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:58 pm

I am ching-yin lee. I had this for about 10 weeks and getting better. My doctor prescribed me [edited _no detailed protocol on the board thanks_] antihistamine, insecticide lotion and a steroid cream [/edit]
Also, i'm in touch with Dan Rutz, of communications and infectioius diseases from the CDC. His email is drutz@cdc.gov . ALso, try calling the CDC yourself at 1800 311 3435. ALso try calling your congressmen and senator to get the word out about this infectious disease.

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Postby Linn » Fri Jul 21, 2006 12:35 am

tamtam wrote:The mold is an expression of a modified cyanboacterium.
Until 1920 cyanobacteria were regarded to be a mold.

Your infection concerns a quorums sensing micro organism.
Its also a multi cellular acting micro organism.

The micro organism will integrate in tissue in the form of adaptive protein and also shows the ability to infect native cell.

Sincerely,

tamtam


I do not know that it was ever regarded to be a mold.
It was previously classified as blue-green algae. :wink:
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Postby tamtam » Fri Jul 21, 2006 10:10 am

Errata:

quorums sensing= quorum sensing
Until about 1917 cyano was regarded a mold/ fungus.
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