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Jean's Story

Morgellons Diary

December 2009 after a return trip for Thanksgiving Holiday with family my scalp started itching intensely day & night. Went to the walk in clinic & saw physician. He said problem more than likely was just an allergy reaction to a shampoo or hair product. Gave me a topical solution "Clobetasol Propionate” and told to apply when itching.

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Herminia's story

...Week 2

On the second week of my treatment, I have seen a bit of a change in my skin. Dark patches on my skin have started to clear up. I am still very itchy and my back has a lot of bump that are healing slowly. Everything below my thighs to my feet are also showing signs of healing. The lesions are deeper like you told me.


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Dr. Rahim Karjoo M.D., F.A.S.C.P.

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Morgellons Disease Symptoms

Rahim Karjoo, MD, FCAP, FASCP

Clinical and Pathological Findings


Morgellons is a disease of skin lesions, where patients’ complain of itching with skin patches, discomfort and a feeling of something rolling under their skin, and finding fibers, whether single or in bunch on the surface of the skin, mostly on exposed areas such as the face, neck, chest, arms and other parts of the body. The signs and symptoms vary in different individuals.

Complaints to family and physician are so unusual and bizarre that it does not make sense, and lesions are mostly invisible and it is hard to believe there are any skin problems and that fiber come out of skin. Most of the patients end up referred to a psychologist or psychiatrist for help. Many lose their jobs, alienate families, become isolated and finally become mentally ill, and sometimes suicidal.

Upon physical examination, we have seen dark brownish discoloration of the skin, changes of hair texture, loss scalp hair, and usual hair of the eyebrows and face. In women, we see dark hair on the chest, arms and other parts of the body.

Most patients suffer anxiety attacks and become frightened and hopeless, complaining about the approach of physicians.

Rahim Karjoo, MD, FCAP, FASCP

12665 Garden Grove Blvd
Suite 111 & 113

Garden Grove, CA 92843

Phone: (714) 636-0261

[email protected]
Office Hours 8:00am to 5:00pm
Monday - Friday PDT

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