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Urge the CDC to take action against surging unexplained disease

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Thousands of people around the world, and the numbers continue to grow, are complaining of symptoms which include: crawling sensation, severe itching, stinging bites, skin sores and pimple-like bite marks. We continue to visit doctors and spend our money on senseless remedies, in a desperate attempt to put an end to our suffering. Many believe is microscopic mites, others believe is Morgellons...but in the end, none of us know with certainty what is the cause of this horrible affliction
We need Congress help urge the CDC to look closely and seriously into this mysterious disease that is plaguing and ruining the lives of thousands of people around the world. Urge the DEP investigate the pests responsible for this infestation.
Please take our plead seriously and help us !

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1 day ago
Someone from Houston, TX writes:
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To Auburn WA, we don't know how to get rid of these mites, which is why we're here pleading with the CDC to do the right thing by us. They are not "the usual" mites. To make your case at work, you can get samples on a lint roller from your clothing, skin, bedding, and upholstery, and pick the biting fuzzballs off your clothing. But no one with any influence in the medical "profession" will look at them. Our best bet is to look at why we, as individuals, are being tortured by these things and others in the same environment are not. The answer likely has to do with our immune systems and whether or not we host a fungus that the bugs like to eat, so mind your sugar and starch intake, use fresh clothing, towels, and bedding every day, eat and take supplements that will raise your body's pH to more alkaline as the American diet makes us too acidic, lower the humidity in your home if there is mold, treat any chronic infections you may have such as dental issues or lyme disease, take a few rounds of herbal treatment for internal parasites, which we all have... Your best bet for getting health care related to this is with an integrative (holistic) doctor or Chinese medicine doctor. It s&cks being treated like a nutcase and a leper, so you really need to become as informed as possible since none of us here are licensed to give medical advice and no one has "THE" answer, just some tips for temporary relief. Good luck and come back to let us know if you find a solution.
1 day ago
Someone from Auburn, WA writes:
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I've had this for several weeks, and don't even know the kind of doctor to go see that will take me seriously, since 3 treatments of Premetherine & Ivermectin haven't been successful. I can only try to use what people who have had these mite suggest, and so far a few things help a bit, but none have worked. How do you rid yourself of these mites? I go to work, and I get swarmed there by hundreds of mites. I can't get much help fighting them without physical evidence, or diagnosis. Please fund this research.
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2 days ago
Someone from Philadelphia, PA writes:
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It is insane that do many people are dealing with these mites/ insects and the CDC not any other helpful organization has done one thing to help. Not even recognition of these ppl going through literal HELL! It's as if these little bastards were govt created??? Since every Dr I cried to for fear of my children's health told me I needed a psych eval! They wouldn't even get a feeling microscope to confirm wether it was me being insane or really what i told them it was, and this was ranging from St Christopher's to their regular ped. This is a disgrace, and should at least be acknowledged by your ppl, and it would be mighty nice if you could even come up with some helpful tips for us who are suffering. You should be ashamed to call yourselves the Center for disease control... Do your freaking jobs already... or did you when you created these little ****ers? I only hope you and your family never need to experience this insanity of having things you cannot even see crawling all over your children, home, face, hair, and body that you cannot find anything that kills these little ****ERS!!!
3 days ago
Someone from Houston, TX writes:
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Thanks for the PT tip, Denver! I will have to try that. I used to think that the buggers were only in my clothing, but a year ago I was out of town on a business trip, scrubbed myself hard in the shower last thing before bed, went to bed naked, and within minutes the critters mobilized as usual. I had to come to grips with the fact that they are IN my skin. Regarding hot water wash, I have the same water heater issue as you, and bought a top-of-the line washer with hygienic and allergenic settings after my previous washer died of overuse late last year. This machine is supposed to heat the water up to 154'F, regardless of the temperature it comes in at. Bottom line: a waste of money because there is NO discernible difference. Any fuzzballs that still cling to laundered, soaked, and steamed clothing still come alive and sting as usual when the item is worn. Those gov monsters have really got us. It is not in my nature to wish ill on others, but I'll make an exception for anyone who has created or deliberately transmitted this, or dismissed, committed, chastised, or ignored us in our suffering. They need to gain a first-hand appreciation of this never ending misery.
3 days ago
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4 days ago
Someone from Denver, CO writes:
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You can also use paper towels to dry off,then the lint rollers. The lint rollers really do work great. The reason I suggest using paper towels to dry off, is your not taking the chance of drying off with a towel that MIGHT , MAYBE still be infested with mites or lint bugs. My water heater was really far away from my washer and took forever to get hot water to it. So I was never really washing in as hot of water as I needed. As much as I hated creating more waste, and spending money on the towels, , the paper towels seem to help keep the number of mites down on the body. The paper towels create and leave a lot of paper lint on your body. Some PT are better than others. Brawny seems to have the least left over lint. I read something the other day on a bug site about a guy that said he would hold a hair dryer to his skin where he had an itch or maybe the lesions I can't recall. Not enough to burn himself, but he said he'd do that for a few minutes and said he could feel something under his skin moving. Then he would use some gel hand sanitizer put it on the spot and rub in circular motion for a while, adding more gel when needed and the bug would surface to the top of the skin. I tried to go back and reread this post, but couldn't find it. I've havnt tried it so I don't know. But it doesn't really cost anything so might be worth giving it a try. Actually I've read several times from different people ( I assume) About using the hair dryer but hadn't seen the follow up of sanitizer gel Right after. I hope it works for some one.
4 days ago
Someone from Houston, TX writes:
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Dear Buggy Buds, I want to share another tip that is helping me get to sleep faster, without al the tossing and turning to scrape these suckers off my skin. I've mentioned lint rollers before, and buy them by the 5-pack at Costco. Well, I've noticed that a lot of the little ticklers I pick off myself at night are the color of my towel. (I've had to come to grips with the fact that I do have Morgellons, and organisms in my skin do make their own fuzzballs too, so I've been choosing some uniquely colored towels to contrast with the Morgies.) Upon closer inspection, I can often see a little mite embedded in the lint when I pick one off that is actively bothering me. So, it would seem that the mites will embed themselves in available fuzzballs as they migrate over the body. This may be at least part of what tickles so badly. I am now rolling my towel-dried self down thoroughly, every crack and crevice, with a lint roller after my shower and before going to bed -- before applying any lotions or potions or diatomaceous earth. The amount of towel lint that comes off on the roller is amazing (I should add that I am now using only cheap towels from WalMart). As soon as one roller sheet ceases to be very tacky, I rip it off and go over myself with a fresh one, which gets a lot more. As mentioned, I use these on clothing, furniture and bedding, but now also directly on my skin. I don't ever want to know what hazards there may be from the adhesive used because this is giving me measureable relief. Since no one is helping us with a cure, I'm all for some relief from the never-ending creepy-crawly, bitey-diggy sensations.
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Someone from Portland, OR writes:
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Please do something about this oh dear government! You say you are here to keep order amongst us, well this crap is out of order!!!