Patients with symptoms including persistent skin rashes and sores, accompanied with sensations of burning, stinging, biting or the feeling of crawling insects under the skin frequently diagnose themselves with Morgellons disease, usually after doing research on the Internet. However, the majority of doctors regard Morgellons as a manifestation of known medical conditions, most commonly delusional parasitosis, according to an article published in the “American Journal of Dermatopathology” in May 2010.


Numerous and diverse causal factors have been linked with Morgellons disease, including bacteria and parasites, as well as purely psychological factors, emphasizing the necessity for tailoring treatment programs toward the specific needs of each individual patient following physiological, dermatological and psychological assessments, according to the Morgellons Research Foundation.

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