I just heard on the news that March is Women's History Month. And, the first thought that came to mind was a question, "Do more women than men have Morgellons
Disease and other skin parasites.? I know this question has nothing to do with history, but the answer that came to mind was another question, "Probably more women than men, but is it significant?"
One of my latest blogs was I Want My Face Back, which was a plea by a woman to get her good looks back after having been ravaged by Morgellons
disease. I've had numerous women over the years cry for help--no men. Fortunately, our Beauty Forever Creams produce results as they contain Nature's Gift™ Debriding soap which deep cleans the skin using angstrom technology.
So, I went to my folder of questionnaires and started counting. By the time I got to "C", I had 100 women and about ten men. Wow, what does that say? I'm 100% certain that going to Z won't change that ration significantly, but does it say men ignore their symptoms and don't look for answers or does it say that many more women have Morgellons than men do?
If nothing else, it says that it's a much larger issue for women than men.