Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Failing to make connections

http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about1958-1152.html

"Also, I have noticed that for me the colour of the fibres depends upon what colour is next to my skin. I was getting a lot of red fibres when I was wearing a red thermal. I have stopped wearing red and they changed to blue. I'll make a note when I change back to red."

Is this a clue? Is it possible the fibers sense what color you wear and change color to match - some kind of camouflage?

Or... could the fibers actually be coming from the clothes you wear?

Fibers, as I shall explain shortly, are everywhere.

7 Comments:

At 5:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wrote that quote and I am insulted that my experience has been taken out of context in the construction of an argument that suggests that the fibres that are associated with morgellons disease are from clothing or tissue. this is an example of the type of publishing on the internet that is brought up time and time again in surgeries to disempower antone who presents morgellons symptoms. in_the_uk

 
At 5:49 PM, Blogger Margellons said...

I see you later added that the fibers were coming out of your skin. Why can't you simply show this to the doctor?

 
At 10:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I showed them to a GP and he looked at them through the instrument that he uses for looking into people's eyes (light and magnification). He told me more than once quite categorically that I did not have fibres coming out of my sking even though they appear whilst he was looking at my hand. He gave me some eczma cream. After I tried the eczma cream (1 week or so) I went back and saw another GP. She categorically said that she was not going to treat me for an illness that didn't exist and that fibres coming out of my skin were quite normal. She did not use anything stronger than her eyes to look at my hands. I left her office and made a complaint to the Practice Manager. I have a right to receive the appropriate medicine. I sent a copy of my letter of complaint to the Head Office of the Health Care Trust. That GP was out of order. I went back to the Health Centre and took mt walkman and microphone. I saw another GP, asked to record the appointment and showed him the fibres. He saw them and is intrigued. I will go back for another appointment with him and the first GP that I saw next week. There may be a struggle but I will take my walkman to protect myself and hopefully I will then get referred to a dermatologist. How many times have you ever been told that you will not be treated for an illness that does not exist when you have some monsterous fibres growing out of your hands? in_the_uk

 
At 2:48 AM, Blogger Smileykins said...

But if a doctor prescribed a cream for eczema, can you not try to struggle real hard with the notion that there was a really valid reason for that? It's perfectly normal and natural that fibers of all sorts adhere to eczematous skin. Learn what eczema is, and try healing. Accept what the dermatologist verifies. Resist that it's what they say it is, and you're not helping yourself any, are you? Think of that...how is it that you are helping yourself?

 
At 8:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is it so hard for people to understand that if they see something, right before their eyes, that no one else sees, then 1) it is either not there, 2) individuals with no connection to each other and no motive are all lying to you, or 3) everyone except you is crazy.

now, of the 3 options, which one seems most probable? that one person is crazy, or that everyone else is?

 
At 1:30 AM, Blogger Smileykins said...

One is. The others, seeing such instability in that person, and facing the pain of not knowing how else to handle the situation, know it's best to go along with them.

 
At 2:00 AM, Blogger Smileykins said...

I'm sorry, I totally misread the question. I do though, think it's apparently impossible for the person to accept what they're told by doctors, oftentimes, because they ARE being supported by friends and/or family members. You know? The ill person would trust their word, more than the doctor who doesn't know them intimately.

 

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