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2021 Morgellons: My Path to Recovery & Treatment Options

Updated: Jul 23, 2022

Morgellons has been a mysterious disease that has confused and stumped the medical

centers for years. I started this blog because I was determined to find a logical explanation and share my experiences. I have told you about my journey tracking Morgellons but I haven't told you the treatments I have tried or how I have healed my body to the point of functioning in life again!! As this adds to a person's credibility, I should have shared this information first. In this blog, I am going to tell you my personal story and the road I have traveled for recovery. I have delayed sharing some of this information out of embarrassment - but that is precisely why this disease has stayed in the shadows for so long. The CDC claims this is an extremely rare disease with few cases nationwide. With the amount of activity this website has received, I can tell you that is an absolute joke. I will not let shame hold me back any longer. Morgellons is an all-invasive disease that is contagious, infects anything organic, and has required a complete overhaul of my body and home to regain control of my life. This is my story...

3.5 yrs ago I had a seizure in my front yard and quit breathing. My teenage kids took action and while one of them gave me CPR, the other one phoned 911. It was terrifying for them. I have an autoimmune disease with degenerative discs in my back which has caused me to be on a lot of pain medication. At the time Morgellons scars and lesions were covering my legs, arms, back, butt, and face. When I woke up in the hospital, I was in the hot seat because the Doctor assumed I was a drug addict. No matter what my daughter told them - the hospital would not believe that I hadn't overdosed until my drug test came back negative. I was still confronted by the Doctor the next day and I didn't know what to say. How about this? I have bugs in my arms and I have been digging them out? Or, I have Morgellons and I have decided to find the cause? I knew better than to say anything regarding Morgellons. I have kids with potential child custody issues. I lied to the Dr and told him I had bad skin from my autoimmune disease. The Doctor was angry and could tell I wasn't being honest. This put a lot of stress on me because I live in a small town and gossip spreads like wildfire. And boy did the overdose rumor grow and spread.... However, this turned out to be a life-changing situation for me. Because I was scared and embarrassed, I decided it was time to make changes in my life.