Fiber Disease

Fiber Disease – Morgellons Disease
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Fiber Disease is simply another name for Morgellons Disease.   The CDC has partnered with Kaiser Permanenta to research and determine what is the mystery of Morgellons Disease.  The symptoms of Fiber Disease range greatly.

Cause of Fiber Disease?

The cause for Fiber Disease has not been determined and to date, there is no cure.  The only thing available are products to soothe and lesson the symptoms.  The method of transmission for Fiber Disease is also currently unknown.  It is not uncommon for only 1 or 2 people in a family to end up with Fiber Disease, while other families experience the complete opposite (everyone in the family has Fiber Disease symptoms).

Below is a listing of the primary symptoms of Fiber Disease:

  • Fiber Disease on Skin –Crawling, stinging, or  biting sensations. Movement sensations, both beneath and on the surface of the skin.  The sensations are primarily on the scalp, nasal passages, ear canals, face or on the legs (below the knees); although these sensations are experienced almost every place on the body.
  • Fiber Disease on Skin – Skin lesions, rashes or sores often with significant pain or itching (“hive-like”, or as “pimple-like” with or without a white center).  The lesions sometimes last for years.
  • Fiber Disease on Skin – Fibers have been reported in multiple colors including, white, blue, red, and black; their size is near microscopic.  Filaments, fibers, granules, threads or black, speck-like materials in and on skin lesions and sometimes extruded from intact-appearing skin.
  • Fiber Disease Internally – Symptoms may include vascular and “pressure” headaches and/or back pain.  Muscular and joint pain. Pain is broad, and can include joints, muscles, tendons and connective tissue.
  • Fiber Disease – Neuro – Short term memory loss
  • Fiber Disease – Neuro – Vision changes or vision blurynss
  • Fiber Disease – Neuro Fatique
  • Fiber Disease – Neuro Confusion mentally
  • Fiber Disease – Internal Gastrointestinal problems such as dyspepsia, gastroesophageal reflux, swallowing difficulty, and changes in bowel habits.
  • Fiber Disease – Skin Changes in the skin texture and appearance.
  • Fiber Disease – Internal Hematological (blood work) abnormalities: low hemoglobin and hematocrit with abnormal red blood cell count and biochemical abnormalities, elevated blood glucose, insulin, calcium, and serum homocysteine, low serum potassium and magnesium.
  • Fiber Disease – Internal Bacteria and viral evidence in blood work – Borrelia (at least five species) and Babesia, (a single recently found gram negative bacterium), most herpes viruses, some strongly activated such as VZV and HHV-6, several mycology species (especially Tineas), parasites (species will be elaborated following PCR sequencing).

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