In the name of Monsanto's GMO's, we have more and more misery in this wonderful world being deteriorated by mankind. Actually, the men at Monsanto and other large chemical companies aren't very kind. Tracy wrote this to me several months ago and I just happened upon it. It's the plea and the worry no mother should ever have to go through.
"My name is Tracy and I have questions please:
I have Morgellons and Lyme. I see signs of Morgellons in my son who is 3 1/2. He gets facial skin sores and other Morgellons symptoms.
•Should I have him tested for Lyme?
•Can he catch or have caught Lyme or Morgellons from me or thru birth?
•I received my Lyme disease test results just 2 days ago. Can u sum up what I might say when trying to explain my disease to loved ones please! "
Thanks for writing.
I really can't advise you whether you should or shouldn't have your son tested for Lyme. If caught early, it can be treated as discussed in my report that I'm attaching.
Many believe that Lyme is congenital, however, the jury is out on that one.
He could have caught Morgellons from you from simply sitting in the same chairs or playing in your bed.
Explaining to others is a challenge as some are understanding and some are not. Until you and he are rid of the symptoms you are contagious to some--not everyone, but some who are susceptible as you and he are. So, it's hard explaining to others that you have a contagious skin disease without freaking them out or having them isolate themselves from you or spreading rumors.
It's unfortunate that any mother would have to endure this pain of having her toddler infected with this hideous disease which no doctor will recognize or know how to treat--that's the big problem. I presume that when Tracy says other Morgellons symptoms she's alluding to fibers or filaments growing from his skin. If not, he could well be dealing with one of the other skin parasitic issues which may be less drastic than Morgellons. Regarding Lyme, the research says that Morgellons equals Lyme. yet if caught early, could be medically treated. The question is if her doctor would even order a lab test for Lyme for her son in the absence of a bull's eye rash and then, if the test would yield dependable results.