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Morgellons Research Project : Phase I Primary Symptom Survey Results by Clifford E Carnicom


Morgellons Research Project : Phase I

Primary Symptom Survey Results

Clifford E Carnicom
Nov 05 2016
Note: Carnicom Institute is not offering any medical advice or diagnosis with the presentation of this information. CI is acting solely as an independent research entity that is providing the results of extended observation and analysis of unusual biological conditions that are evident.  Each individual must work with their own health professional to establish any appropriate course of action and any health related comments in this paper are solely for informational purposes.

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The following list comprises the top 20th percentile of symptoms that have been compiled in Phase I of the Carnicom Institute Morgellons Research Project survey that has recently completed.  The online survey operated on this site for approximately one year and includes the results of approximately 1000 individuals.  Both short and long version survey results were collected.  The information below is a high level summary and it represents only a small portion of the data that is available via the Institute.
(Top 20th Percentile):
1. Materials or substances emerging from skin
2. Open and/or slow healing lesions
3. Rashes or other skin conditions
4. Itchy scalp
5. Change in the quality of vision (e.g., blurry or fatigued)
6. Unusual & chronic ringing in the ears
7. Unusual dental conditions
8. FATIGUE (6 overlapping sections of survey)
9. Shortness of breath, persistent or excess mucus or sputum
10. Stiffness in joints
11. Constipation, bloating, unusual weight gain
12. Anxiety, nervousness, irritability
13. Headaches, dry eyes & mouth
14. Forget events
15. Reliance on external memory aids (calendar, notes)
16. Loss of train of thought or flow of thread of conversations
17. Difficulty diagnosing, identifiying or explaining the illness
18. Skin problems
19. Associated conditions (diagnosed or examined) :
     a. Lyme’s Disease
     b. Chronic Fatigue
     c. Herpes

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