Morgellons Disease

Morgellons Disease Facts

  • Causes painful open sores that last for months or don’t heal.
  • Causes black granules and white clear, red, blue, black, or green fibers to emerge from the skin.
  • Fibers can be removed from sores or intact skin with tweezers.
  • Fibers don’t match any known fibers.
  • Calcium and other minerals have been found in some fibers.
  • Many fibers are hard and feel like splinters.
  • Causes stinging and crawling sensations under the skin and intense itching.
  • These symptoms interfere with sleep.

Morgellons and Lyme

  • Reported in all 50 states and in Canada, Europe and world-wide.
  • Appears to be an emerging disease; incidence is on the increase.
  • It is unknown whether Morgellons  is a distinct disease or a bizarre manifestation of Lyme disease.
  • Almost all Morgellons patients have Lyme disease.
  • Most people with Lyme do NOT have Morgellons.
  • Some Lyme specialists are treating Morgellons.
  • Lyme support groups can help people find a Lyme specialist.
  • It is unknown whether Morgellons may be transmitted by ticks.
  • Another possibility is contact with soil.
  • Many Morgellons patients develop the disease after contact with soil, as in gardening.

Morgellons Treatment

  • Antibotic helps many patients.
  • Many also need anti-parasitic and/or anti-fungal drugs.
  • Some have improved by taking NutraSilver colloidal silver internally. (See stories at
  • When starting treatment, patients typically have a temporary worsening of symptoms (a Herx reaction), with a mass exodus of fibers.

Morgellons Transmission & Diagnosis

  • It is unknown if it is contagious. Research is ongoing.
  • Many patients have family and close friends with the disease.
  • Some patients have dogs or cats with it.
  • However, many families just have one person infected.
  • People can have the fibers without the sores. Some people have sores without fibers.
  • If they have fibers, they have Morgellons, because that is the definition. It’s a fiber disease.
  • There are no tests for Morgellons.
  • The disease is diagnosed based on patient history and visible fibers.
  • A doctor who does not see any protruding fibers can look for fibers under the skin with an EyeClops BioniCam microscope.

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Morgellons is on the Increase

If you have never seen a person with it, you may someday.

You may notice a person whose face or body is covered with open sores.

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Morgellons Fibers
Long fiber emerging from woman's arm. Notice the two bumps, it's obviously not a hair.

Long fiber emerging from woman’s arm.
Notice the two bumps; it’s obviously not a hair.

Morgellons Fiber 2

Fibers emerging from under and around thumb nail.

Fibers emerging from under and around thumb nail.


Two white fibers emerging from thumb knuckle.

Two white fibers emerging from thumb knuckle.


Morgellons Sore 2 Morgellons Sore 1

Black specks emerging from skin under eye.

Black specks emerging from skin under eye.

Morgellons Sore 4

Dog with Morgellons Sores

Dog with Morgellons Sores.  Photo courtesy of The C.E.H. Morgellons Disease Foundation.



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