- Q Should I talk to my doctor about my Morgellons disease symptoms?
Yes, you should make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your Morgellons disease symptoms. Morgellons disease is not widely recognized as an actual condition, and some doctors believe that the symptoms associated with Morgellons disease are caused... Full Answer
- Q What increases my risk for Morgellons disease?
Because Morgellons disease is not widely recognized by the medical community as a valid diagnosis, doctors and scientists are not sure who is at risk for Morgellons disease. Likewise, they do not know if Morgellons disease is contagious. The Centers for... Full Answer
- Q How does Morgellons disease affect the body?
Morgellons disease is considered a skin condition, so it primarily affects the skin. Someone with Morgellons disease will often have itchy rashes or sores on the skin, as well as black spots that look like threads on the skin or underneath the skin.... Full Answer
- Q What are the symptoms of Morgellons disease?
The symptoms of Morgellons disease include skin rash, black fibers on or underneath the skin, and crawling or stinging sensations that can feel like insects on the skin. Some people with Morgellons disease also report fatigue, joint pain, and short-term... Full Answer
- Q What causes Morgellons disease?
Morgellons disease is not widely accepted by the medical community as an actual disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently researching Morgellons disease, but there is not enough scientific evidence right now to know what causes... Full Answer
- Q What is Morgellons disease?
Morgellons disease is mysterious skin condition that can cause skin rashes or crawling sensations on the skin. Morgellons disease is not widely accepted as an actual disease by the medical community. Due to continued reports of Morgellons disease... Full Answer