Morgellons disease patients tend to suffer consistently from rashes and sores and these symptoms don’t respond to over-the-counter dermatological aids. The biggest challenge in resolving Morgellons Disease is defining its cause. While some physicians refer it as a condition of multiple skin conditions due to an unexplained autoimmune disorder, some healthcare practitioners refer to it as a manifestation of psychological conditions.
Many physicians believe that Morgellons disease symptoms are often exaggerated due to the irritation they induce, making the patient continuously scratch upon the blisters. Other, common Morgellons symptoms include musculoskeletal problems like pain in the joints and muscle soreness along with slight swelling in the tendons and a feeling of chronic fatigue.