pica, creutzfeldt jakob disease, morgellons, autoimmune disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome Morgellons (also called Morgellons disease or Morgellons syndrome) is a name given in 2002 by Mary Leitao to a proposed condition characterized by a range of cutaneous (skin) symptoms including crawling, biting, and stinging sensations; finding fibers on or under the skin; Current scientific consensus holds that Morgellons is not a new disorder and is instead a new and misleading name for known illnesses.
the Morgellons Research Foundation and self-diagnosed Morgellons patients have successfully lobbied members of Congress and the U.S. government's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to investigate the proposed condition
Persons with Morgellons symptoms may turn to alternative remedies described on web sites and discussion groups. Some treatments are dangerous, however, and have included the use of bleach, veterinary medicines intended for de-worming horses, and industrial insecticides.
Morgellons Disease Foundation cites symptoms of morgellons as

1. “Filaments” -- in and on skin lesions; white, blue, red, and black in colors; near microscopic in size.

2. Movement sensations -- often described by the patient as intermittently moving, stinging or biting.

3. Skin lesions -- may appear as “hive-like”, or as “pimple-like” with or without a white center or appear as linear or “picking” excoriations.

check out more source information about Morgellons Disease Research
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Morgellons Research Foundation