Morgellons Pictures and Video


These Morgellons Pictures show the types of skin lesions associated with this disease. Symptoms include lesions on any skin area that do not heal. Lesions contain bundles of fibers of unexplainable origin. Neurologic problems include a tingling feeling on the skin as if insects are present or crawling. Researchers seek to differentiate the cause of skin lesions from delusional parasitosis, where individuals believe they have insects crawling on the skin when they do not exist.

Neurological symptoms such as skin sensations start after the appearance of skin lesions. Morgellons disease is currently under study and is of unknown cause. Patients have an excess of cytokine, a protein that helps cells communicate with one another. If a Morgellons patient tests positive for Chlamydophila pneumonia, symptoms can be successfully controlled with long term use of antibiotics. Current research points to an infectious cause for the condition.

Cases of Morgellons syndrome has been reported by over 15,000 families. The disease is of unknown origin, although recent research points to an infectious cause. The condition is under investigation by a Morgellons CDC task force.

The disease is characterized by skin lesions that do not heal, bundles of fibers within the lesions, and some type of tingling or skin sensation such as pins and needles or insects crawling on the surface. Skin sensations follow the outbreak of skin lesions.   Since these sensations are similar to those experienced by patients that have a condition called Delusions of Parasitosis (DP), doctors need to rule out this cause when diagnosing Morgellons. It is not known if the disease is contagious or is genetic.

morgellons skin fiber (magnified)Picture of "Morgellons Fiber" That has the IR characteristics of cellulose consistent with cotten fiber. It is debated if fibers found in lesions come from environmental sources

This is a helpful CBS news video describing morgellons syndrome and morgellons disease symptoms. It also describes the struggle patients have had in convincing the medical community that this is in fact a new disease.   There are Doctors who believe that this is a new skin disease and others who do not. Regardless, those suffering from persistent skin lesions are suffering.

4 morgellons picturesPictures of Skin Lesions Claimed to be Morgellons by Patients

Morgellons Video Overview

This Morgellons video explains the disease and efforts underway by the CDC Morgellons task force.

Morgellons Disease Symptoms

Skin lesions are one of the most prevalent morgellons syndrome symptoms.  Lesions can appear on different areas of the body and do not heal.

morgellons skin lesionCloseup View of Fiber in Morgellons Skin Disease Lesion
Morgellons disease is characterized by fibers which appear in the skin lesions. Researchers are puzzled as to what causes this Morgellons symptom.
Source: Morgellons Research Foundation
morgellons sore on lipMorgellons Sore at Edge of Mouth on Lip
Source: ABC News
morgellons skin rash on legMorgellon Rash on a Patients Leg
Morgellons Skin Disease Lesions
Source: CBS News/Morgellons Research Foundation

Thses Morgellons Pictures from the Morgellon Research Foundation shows how fiber like structures jut out of the skin. Patients also say morgellon symptoms include black specks and seed-like granules on the skin.  It is not known how the fibers are formed.

morgellons lip lesion on childMorgellons Syndrome Symptoms showing fibers from child's lip
Source: Morgellons Research Foundation
morgellons lesion on child's lipMorgellons Syndrome on Child's Lip
Source: Morgellons Research Foundation
Closeup of Morgellon Pictures of Fibers which are found as a twisted ball
Source: Morgellons Research Foundation


For updates on Morgellons research, call the CDC Morgellons hotline at 404-718-1199 or email the CDC at [email protected].  The latest Morgellons pictures  research can be found on the Morgellons Research Foundation.




Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Charles E. Holman Morgellons Disease Foundation

Washington Post Overview