If you think you have Scabies, Itching Mites, Demodex, Morgellons, or Collembola and nothing is working...
You've FINALLY located a website that can help you.
Megan and her family suffered a nightmare from itching and the feeling of crawling. She was first treated unsuccessfully for Scabies. Then she was told there was nothing wrong and doctors inferred that it was Delusional Parasitosis. After Megan discovered the truth, she created this site to prevent others from suffering from misdiagnosis and confusion surrounding this condition.
The medical community was of no assistance, forcing Megan to do her own research through a process of trial and error. Through her persistence, she discovered what works to get rid of what turned out to be a fungus skin infection and a bug. See a review from those already helped. She also found what doesn't work so that you won't have to waste time and money. Please review the TREATMENTS she used and get relief now!
Many of the various conditions share identical symptoms, however, if common treatments haven't worked, Megan's experience can save you from making the same mistakes she made. If you're not sure what you're suffering from; Scabies, Demodex, Itching Mites, or if it is Morgellons or Collembola (Springtails) please review the SYMPTOMS section.
After two and a half years of suffering and an additional two years of giving away her time consulting with other victims, Megan developed a theory about the confusing symptoms. Even though her symptoms matched closely to Morgellons, she discovered a non-biting bug in her environment called Collembola. The Collembola was attracted to an infectious skin fungus since they are normally fungus loving insects. She found that in the same way a tick would spread Lyme disease, the Collembola, once exposed to the fungus, was helping spread it. To see how she obtained her Collembola specimen go to what works.The Collembola does not live in the skin or under the skin. It is merely on the skin where there is fungus present. This is why no skin scrapings or boipsies that she had or that any one she talked to over the years did not show any thing in the skin in the form of a bug. The only thing that has shown up is an unidentified skin fungus.
If you're not sure how to proceed or would like assistance in getting rid of your affliction, Megan is available for CONSULTATIONS.
Megan also requests your assistance with her petition to have the medical community formally recognize this condition is not delusional. Please fill out the SURVEY to help others currently affected as well as those that are infected in the future.
Thank you for visiting StopSkinMites.com.
Collembola, also known as Springtails, is a micro-tiny, 6-legged, wingless, hexapod mite. It is the most widespread and abundant terrestrial arthropod on earth but it does not bite or sting.