I live in california and work with dogs all day..I am seeing alot of dogs with sores and fibers...It seems to be turning there skin a real dark color..Most dogs, especially young ones usually have nice pink skin color on there bellys, but I am seeing alot of dogs with dark almost blackish skin color, especially dogs with white or lighter coats...It almost looks like it could be dark blood stains or something..Has anybody else seen this? I swear Im not crazy, I know what Im seeing... I have had morgellons for about 2 years now..All seemed to start after serveral trips to the dentist...Anyways I am just scared to death that I might be spreading what I have to the dogs..Do you think this is possible, it would absolutly kill me to know I was making dogs sick..Thanks for any help!!
Other than blatant speculation on this subject, the following is the only article I've seen published on this subject. You have to use your own instincts regarding this otherwise because so little is known.
I do not really believe you can easily pass this except by blood, birth, fluid exchange, possible but bite or worm carrier, last but not least WATER!! This is a long term disease, if it has hit the dogs from birt it is from , GET THIS, GET IT GOOD, HUMANS that let their dogs drink from the TOILET. I have seen the bacteria form on the toilet. My dogs died from a cancer, THREE of them. It will manifest in dogs ALOT quicker than humans and it will NOT be the same. I have said many times my skin took on a deeper color a yellow tint. Look at your palm, strech your fingers back, don't bend them back, strech them back, look at them for the sign of YELLOW, this is the way of a quick check of HEPATITIS, I am negative for all, but show the yellow. This may have somthing to do with some un lettered HEPATITIS as it darkens our skin, the naysayers will not notice it, but if you are a white person your NIPPLES should be a pink color, but they are NOT they are brown with little white dots. The doctor will tell you its NORMAL< the only reason it is normal is because their are so many people with this. you see I remember when that change took place, most people do not know or watch their bodys. I like mine its a good one. You are not hurting the dogs, those french kisses they give you MAY be giving you parisites though, especially after they lick their asses.
About the dogs and the dental. I just posted a message before I read your concern for the dogs: I came across some info about a possible link to toxic dental procedures. A patient made full recovery after having her dental fillings replaced. Also I pray everyday that my dog can't get this, I don't know but I watch for signs. I'm thinking of having all my dental work taken out. Good luck
dblhelixman: gotta hit the hay. will respond to more later. it depends - ELISA/WB (inaccurate) is what they will run. Whole blood PCR is preferrable (tests for bacterial DNA not antibodies to bacterial antigens)
Jul 23, 2014 3:02:27 GMT -5
jmurphree: Yeah me three, I'm almost tired :-) hey connect with me on here when you get back on, please!
Jul 23, 2014 3:03:17 GMT -5
dblhelixman: The best thing to do is to google "recommended lyme treatment protocols." Joseph Burrascano has one. There are others. Borreliosis=Lyme (Borrelia causes Lyme + there are coinfections.
Jul 23, 2014 13:13:29 GMT -5
dblhelixman: Here is a duckduckgo search for you. Read and study. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=recommended%20lyme%20treatment%20guidelines. Hope this helps search=recommended lyme treatment guidelines
Jul 23, 2014 13:17:20 GMT -5
dblhelixman: BTW Lyme will not resolve unless coinfections (Babesia, Bartonella, Brucella, Anaplasmosis/Ehrlichiosis, BLOs (Bartonella like organisms, mycoplasms, etc. are not treated as well. Detox is mandatory (metals,metabolites)
Jul 23, 2014 13:20:21 GMT -5
jmurphree: MorgieHead69 I don't have to think I know you to know what you are doing here is an attempt at compensation for something obviously missing in your life. I suppose you're going to go hit up the kids with cancer next? Lots to make fun of over there
Jul 24, 2014 3:07:33 GMT -5
jmurphree: Anyways - the ER was good to me tonight! I told the doctor I felt he was more qualified to make a diagnosis than I was and sh!t went smooth after that. Got the Doxy for 10 days, a shot of Rocethin and (here ya go MH69) some scabies cream just in case.
Jul 24, 2014 3:10:43 GMT -5
jmurphree: Score 1 for Non DP Diagnosis!
Jul 24, 2014 3:10:54 GMT -5
Lu: jm dont feed the troll, MH obviously has a deep void in his life and hes trying to fill it
Jul 25, 2014 4:30:00 GMT -5
jmurphree: Dermatologist office reviewed photos of my sores, and recommended me to an Internal Specialist! Now I feel like I'm getting somewhere!
Jul 26, 2014 3:03:06 GMT -5
kitty2014: Yippee, JMurphree! Congratulations! Let's hope they get you sorted!
Jul 26, 2014 22:57:36 GMT -5
jmurphree: Getting there I think! This dermatology office actually told me to put what I've collected into a plastic container (instead of a ziplock bag) because the internal specialist would want to send samples off for laboratory identification :-)
Jul 27, 2014 1:06:14 GMT -5
kitty2014: Hey, that's absolutely fab!! Usually, we're told not to do that and hide! Lol! Fingers' crossed, eh!? Let's hope they test for the right things and they don't come back as negative, which is normal!? Let us know when you get your appointment, etc!
Jul 27, 2014 16:59:25 GMT -5
jmurphree: The reason I say I failed the Lyme test instead of passed it is because the failure was not having something tangible the doctors could work with. Mainly I think this is Morgellons because I have hires photos of my skin that show unbroken fibers under it.
Jul 28, 2014 6:45:28 GMT -5
jmurphree: I could be mistaken and they could be scabies tunnels for all I know, doubtful but still possible. My passion in this (besides being healthy and happy) is addressing the systematic herding of people to a quick diagnosis.
Jul 28, 2014 6:47:57 GMT -5
jmurphree: I believe the process is established this way to accommodate symptom based diagnosis that compliment prescription drugs. When was the last time anyone went to the doctor without leaving with a prescription of some kind?
Jul 28, 2014 6:50:53 GMT -5
jmurphree: I hope to be able to cure this - and would be happy even if that meant that I cured scabies. Then I could help other people understand how to not lose 8 years of their lives by simply giving their doctor the right information.
Jul 28, 2014 6:52:29 GMT -5
jmurphree: To be certain, I do believe in modern medicine. Additionally however, I believe that what our society is utilizing is at least 100 years behind what is currently considered "modern".
Jul 28, 2014 6:56:17 GMT -5
kitty2014: You suspect it could be scabies? And, you've had it for 8 yrs!?! Bloomin 'eck! Poor guy! I don't yet know all your symptoms, so unable to make me own diagnosis! Lol! Ya, modern medicine is questionable! Especially with honesty to doc! Asylum! Asylum! Lol!
Jul 28, 2014 13:51:02 GMT -5
jmurphree: No no nooooo!! I don't suspect it's the scabies - I'm suggesting that if it turns out to be that then at least that will be the final turn! But honestly my condition is clearing up since I've been on Doxy. In fact, I may have clear skin in a few days :-)
Jul 28, 2014 16:12:43 GMT -5