I am Elizabeth Bass and I live in Southeast Texas very close to Galveston and Houston Texas. I moved here in March 2018 from Northeast Texas (Longview) with this scalp condition. Well…it started out as just my scalp. Now it's my entire body, every inch.
I have no idea what exactly is wrong with me, but because of what I found in July 2018 on my pillow I'm thinking Morgellons Disease is one illness. I have attached pictures of what I found on my couch pillow which made me think Morgellons Disease. (See photos below).
I also have these white sparkly,/shiny critters on every inch of my body. They can only be seen if I take a picture using my camera with the FLASH ON. Otherwise, no one would know there is anything wrong with me.
This was discovered by accident when in May 2016 I got my long hair all cut off. Right after that (about a month) my head started itching in the upper center back. I couldnt see anything in a mirror so I picked up my phone and took a picture. I still couldnt see very well so I turned the flash on. THAT WAS IT!! I saw more than I wanted to see. At first I thought I had bed bugs and did everything I could to get rid of them, including lice treatment. Then I started seeing these shiny, sparkly-looking things. I accidentally caught some of them on camera flying around my head. I kept trying everything I could to rid myself of these pests, but nothing has worked so far.
I will post a couple of pictures of what I found that made me think Morgellons. I DO think I may have other parasites as well, but at this point I don't know for certain. No doctor will do anything to help me figure this out. They don't even want to see a picture.
UPDATE: Since the last paragraph I have found out that I have had Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (in 1991). Now, after a lot of lab work and two other tests, I also find out I have had Lyme Disease since the fever, 17 years ago. I also have the Demodex Mite infestation, which isn't anything new since I found, after learning about the demodex, that EVERYONE has the demodex mites, but more so once you get older and if you get ill, too. An eye doctor I went to says I need cataract surgery on both eyes, but the reason I went to see him in the first place was because of having the Demodex mites in my eyeballs, eyelids (top and bottom) and I showed him a pcture of them, yet he opted to make it out to be about Cataract surgery. I already have an apppointment to see a different eye surgeon for a second opinion because I have a feeling that cutting on my eyes with Demodex on the surface and inside under the surface of my eyeballs does not seem like a smart thing to do, but I am not an expert. I do not claim to be, but I have learned to depend on my gut feelings when it comes to my health. Most doctors do not even know what to do about mites or parasites. Our medical schools do not teach them how to treat these conditions.
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