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Lol, I’m a bit the same with research! To answer your questions, I found there is actually a ‘jelly fungus’, there’s also a type with spikes that protrude down from the cap, though I don’t think either normally grow on human beings!
My dermatologist prescribed Fucidin H topical, I’ve been on and off this for over a year, it seems to soften the gel tops but not stop new sores occuring. I’m also using Dermol 500 (it’s a microbial) to wash with, which makes the sores less red around the edges, that’s all.
Funny you should mention Morgellons, I ended up on sooo many sites to do with Morgellons. Thank you so much for the link because, I hadn’t found one that showed the gel tops like mine but this one does. Trouble is, if you mention you think it’s Morgellons, you end up with a Delusional Parasitosis diagnosis and on psych meds (which just dumb you down and stop you complaining)- how unjust is that!
I think Morgellons is just a ‘holding-name’, i.e. we’ll call it that for the time being until we find out what it really is. I know there’s nothing delusional about what I’m suffering (or maybe I was imagining the spikes, lol!)