Scabies is VERY treatable! My story.

Scabies is VERY treatable! My story.

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TwinSanity21

Bacoor, Philippines

#1 Jul 16, 2010
Hello everyone! I decided to post here because of the too much negativity in this forum. I've been lurking here for quite some time and I noticed that most of the discussions posted in here would make one helluva lot worried instead of giving someone enlightenment and real HOPE. I am a Scabies victim myself and forgive me if this post would be a bit long because I want to highlight all the things that were critical to my success.
So here you go...
I was suffering with scabies for two months before a doctor correctly diagnosed it. What hurts the most is that four doctors misdiagnosed it for something else prior to that and we're even prescribed with Prednisone for two weeks in an attempt to stop the rashes. Now talk about major fiasco. Out of all the family members, me, my brother, and a cousin were the only ones affected by this horrible disease. Probably, because we share a common room. In my case, my torso was covered with countless scaly rashes that looked like dermatitis and my hands and feet were heavily affected by burrows, fluid-filled blisters, and extremely pruritic nodules. Even my penis was not spared as my glans and scrotum were already bombarded by numerous nodules. There weren't nights that I had a good sleep no matter how many antihistamines I took. I was itching like never before. It was maddening to say the least! My brother's case was much worse because he was the one who got it first and he already had a hard time moving his fingers and hands because of the countless burrows that were already infected. Tell you what, this is the only disease that made me cry so hard in my whole life. I was at my wits end and there were times when I thought I just wanted to die. It's that awful and stressful. When the doctor finally diagnosed it as scabies, we were prescribed to treat with Permethrin (Kwell Lotion) along with the numerous guidelines that are significant to the success of the treatment according to the doctor. The lotion has to be put on for 3 consecutive nights from the neck down, wash off in the morning then repeat a week after. So the first night, we tossed all our old clothes and beddings in a black plastic bag and tied it shut. We bought new clothes and underwear and decided to sleep on an old-fashion mat instead of the bed for easy clean up. Then, the first application of the permethrin was done. We covered our whole body with the lotion, trying our best not to miss a single spot and paying close attention on those areas under the finger and toenails. I personally believe that the lotion form is much more effective than a cream based one because the lotion can penetrate much deeper onto the skin not to mention it's a ton easier to spread. Now this is what pissed me off. The family members who "seemed" asymptomatic didn't put the medication seriously. Well, I can't blame them. For them scabies is something that can be knocked off in as easy as ABC. Wrong! Nevertheless, I still convinced them in the best way I could to put it for two more nights even if it were just "half-assed". The first application of permethrin was just unexplainable. It was the first time in almost 3 months that I was able to sleep at night without being interrupted by the continuous itch. It was heaven and relieving. So I thought... "wow! this actually works!" After the third treatment, I began to itch again but nothing compared to the type of itch I experienced before the treatment.

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TwinSanity21

Bacoor, Philippines

#2 Jul 16, 2010
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Then I read somewhere that it's normal to itch even after successful treatment. After a week, we treated again. It must be noted that we never wore any of the clothes that we have worn for the past two weeks before the treatment thing. We just started wearing them 6 weeks after the very last treatment and we boiled them. Days have passed since the last treatment and everything flattened out except for the big nodules I had on my genitals, feet and hands. The itchiness has also subsided by a hundred folds and I was already able to sleep at night without taking antihistamines. Ocassionaly, bumps would pop up but they'd fade in like 2 days. At this point, we never retreated because I have read a lot of articles before hand discussing the so-called "post-scabies". I know that treating over and over again would just be detrimental. Yesterday marked the 3rd month since my last treatment. I visited my doctor because I was worried about the ongoing popping up of small bumps and the little itchiness that still lingers. According to her, I am already CURED of scabies and the things that I experience right now is just part of the body expelling the left-overs of the dead mites. According to her also, the body's allergic reaction to the dead mites and left-overs can take a long while to completely go away contrary to the belief of other doctors who say that it only takes 4-6 weeks for a scabies patient to fully recover. Others can experience the continuous allergic reaction even for more than a year. "It all depends on how fast the scabies was diagnosed and treated." It wasn't called the 7-year itch for nothing. To end this post, here are some points/advices worth taking note of when dealing with scabies. Some of them came from my own doctor who has helped me A LOT in this predicament:
1. Cleanliness is one of the major loop-holes of tratment failure. Most think that one can get away with scabies even without treating the environment. This is very wrong. My doctor said Baygon is a good insecticide that can kill mites in an instant. Vacuuming is also a good thing!
2. Learn to distinguish post-scabies from active infestation!
*Post scabies rashes often disappears in a few days.. active infestation rashes do not.
*Post scabies itchiness is tolerable and is comparable to the itchiness brought by dry dkin... the itchiness from active scabies is very easy to identify. It will definetely keep you from sleeping at night and it's non-stop once you scratch.
*Pin-pricks and creepy crawlies DO NOT necessarily suggest reinfestation/active mites. They may come from the medication itself which makes one's skin very sensitive and allergic to most stuff.
*Blisters and persistent nodules are normal even after successful eradication of mites.
*IMPORTANT: New burrows is definitely a sign of active mites/reinfestation!
3. Scabies is curable but one treatment would not suffice.
4. Avoid reading posts that would kill your determintaion and hope. Read the ones that talk about success and getting-over.
5. Last but not the least, prayer. Seriously, this is the most important thing!

So, there you go. That summarizes my experience with scabies. This is my first time to get infected and I truly hope it is the LAST ever. I wouldn't wish this upon anyone. This is truly life-changing. Because of this, I realized how happy my old life is even with imperfections. Life is always great and I will always remember that now. I feel for everyone here who experiences the same thing. But don't lose hope. You'd beat it for sure and you'd all get back to your normal lives. I hope everyone the best of luck in this battle and feel free to ask any question. I'd be glad to answer them. Thank you!
TwinSanity21

Bacoor, Philippines

#3 Jul 16, 2010
Then I read somewhere that it's normal to itch even after successful treatment. After a week, we treated again. It must be noted that we never wore any of the clothes that we have worn for the past two weeks before the treatment thing. We just started wearing them 6 weeks after the very last treatment and we boiled them. Days have passed since the last treatment and everything flattened out except for the big nodules I had on my genitals, feet and hands. The itchiness has also subsided by a hundred folds and I was already able to sleep at night without taking antihistamines. Ocassionaly, bumps would pop up but they'd fade in like 2 days. At this point, we never retreated because I have read a lot of articles before hand discussing the so-called "post-scabies". I know that treating over and over again would just be detrimental. Yesterday marked the 3rd month since my last treatment. I visited my doctor because I was worried about the ongoing popping up of small bumps and the little itchiness that still lingers.
TwinSanity21

Bacoor, Philippines

#4 Jul 16, 2010
Then I read somewhere that it's normal to itch even after successful treatment. After a week, we treated again. It must be noted that we never wore any of the clothes that we have worn for the past two weeks before the treatment thing. We just started wearing them 6 weeks after the very last treatment and we boiled them. Days have passed since the last treatment and everything flattened out except for the big nodules I had on my genitals, feet and hands. The itchiness has also subsided by a hundred folds and I was already able to sleep at night without taking antihistamines. Ocassionaly, bumps would pop up but they'd fade in like 2 days. At this point, we never retreated because I have read a lot of articles before hand discussing the so-called "post-scabies". I know that treating over and over again would just be detrimental. Yesterday marked the 3rd month since my last treatment. I visited my doctor because I was worried about the ongoing popping up of small bumps and the little itchiness that still lingers. According to her, I am already CURED of scabies and the things that I experience right now is just part of the body expelling the left-overs of the dead mites. According to her also, the body's allergic reaction to the dead mites and left-overs can take a long while to completely go away contrary to the belief of other doctors who say that it only takes 4-6 weeks for a scabies patient to fully recover. Others can experience the continuous allergic reaction even for more than a year. "It all depends on how fast the scabies was diagnosed and treated." It wasn't called the 7-year itch for nothing. To end this post, here are some points/advices worth taking note of when dealing with scabies. Some of them came from my own doctor who has helped me A LOT in this predicament:
1. Cleanliness is one of the major loop-holes of tratment failure. Most think that one can get away with scabies even without treating the environment. This is very wrong. My doctor said Baygon is a good insecticide that can kill mites in an instant. Vacuuming is also a good thing!
2. Learn to distinguish post-scabies from active infestation!
*Post scabies rashes often disappears in a few days.. active infestation rashes do not.
*Post scabies itchiness is tolerable and is comparable to the itchiness brought by dry dkin... the itchiness from active scabies is very easy to identify. It will definetely keep you from sleeping at night and it's non-stop once you scratch.
*Pin-pricks and creepy crawlies DO NOT necessarily suggest reinfestation/active mites. They may come from the medication itself which makes one's skin very sensitive and allergic to most stuff.
*Blisters and persistent nodules are normal even after successful eradication of mites.
*IMPORTANT: New burrows is definitely a sign of active mites/reinfestation!
3. Scabies is curable but one treatment would not suffice.
4. Avoid reading posts that would kill your determintaion and hope. Read the ones that talk about success and getting-over.
5. Last but not the least, prayer. Seriously, this is the most important thing!

So, there you go. That summarizes my experience with scabies. This is my first time to get infected and I truly hope it is the LAST ever. I wouldn't wish this upon anyone. This is truly life-changing. Because of this, I realized how happy my old life is even with imperfections. Life is always great and I will always remember that now. I feel for everyone here who experiences the same thing. But don't lose hope. You'd beat it for sure and you'd all get back to your normal lives. I hope everyone the best of luck in this battle and feel free to ask any question. I'd be glad to answer them. Thank you!
TwinSanity21

Bacoor, Philippines

#5 Jul 16, 2010
Sorry guys for the double posts. My connection is messed up so I thought my posts did not appear the first time. My apologies again!
Kooterdan

Sebastian, FL

#6 Jul 16, 2010
Since when can worms jump 10 inches or live in a sequestered plastic bag for more than 4 years. I'm sure they're probably is a problem as you say, however the microscopic insect(s) that I feel are causing this suffering are the collembolans. The Nat. Pediculosis Assoc. had found them embedded tightly in the skin of 18 out of 20 patients in a study in 2006. I've been experimenting with parasitic insects ever since I became allergic (sensitive) to them in the mid 90's. Freezing, Boiling, storing away for years and yet no results, they were still alive! Only the collembolans can accomplish this. They can even dehydrate themselves in a kind of suspended animation state and survive any kind of freezing. I do believe this most primitive non-insect in the fossil record
even travels around on icy comets and meteors terra-forming our entire linear-time membrane (universe).‘Speaking of linear time. our brains have been wired (by the ALMIGHTY GOD) for non linear time but SATAN saw to it that those areas were buried deep in our subconscious by narrowing our natural metaversal scope to a simple, single, demonic, linear-time membrane by using the EVIL chronometer (think 60 sec, 60 min, etc.) God warned us but no one seems to take heed! I have a time-displacement experiment (paper) in which you can prove this to yourself, if anyone would like to conduct this simple 2-3 hour mind-expanding technique in bringing one of these areas back into our conscious mind where GOD intended it to reside!! email me [email protected] and I'll send you my paper.’
Back to these insects(?) The best bet for control that I've found is to do as follows:
You need 4 things as they are already breading and contaminating your entire environment! Thereby turning you into a supper carrier before you know it. These bugs killed my mom! Pyrethrins (no permethrins), Safeguard Soap (triclocarban), and a Seal a Meal Vacuum sealer, oh and plenty of Garbage bags! Seal a Meal everything that touches your skin, including shower curtains, mice, books, all clothes and bedding for at least 4 days! Plastic off everything your skin touches, car seats, pillows, mattresses, chairs, and replace shower curtains regularly (use cut large trash bags and dispose om make shift curtains regularly! etc. Make homemade 'Elimite' by mixing 3 parts lotion to one part pyrethrin (home depot Rose Pesticide. active ingredients pyrethrin and sulfer(white spray bottle)). any further questions please feel free to contact me. [email protected]
excabies

Karachi, Pakistan

#7 Jul 19, 2010
I agree with both of you. Putting clothes and bedding in sealed plastic bags for one week and spending 4 days away fom home (and there was nobody home) after applying permethrin for the 2nd time DID HELP. I applied permethrin at night, in the morning I took a shower, put clean clothes (from the plastic bags) and left home. The itching was still there after but it gradually dicreased as the wounds were healing. I am cured. I guess changing the environment was crucial.
Thank you TwinSanity for your post, while I was waiting to get cured I thought I´ll never get rid of this. Now I also want to share my positive experience. And by the way, this crawling sensation, I only get it when I read about scabies ;-)
GrandmaBoo

Fort Worth, TX

#8 Aug 23, 2010
I have been at my wit's end for about 6 months now. Absolutely NOTHING has worked - creams, pills, washing, and washing, and washing - doing laundry constantly, showering constantly, vacuuming constantly, storing everything in large plastic zip-lock bags, covering my mattress and pillows in vinyl covers...and still I'm suffering from these hideous things. But your post at least made me rethink things - I DO need to stop reading about all the horrible stories, and be more positive. I do pray daily, but for some reason I have always hesitated about asking the Lord about my scabies when I was already asking Him for so much for other family members, who have been going through much more serious issues than skin parasites. But you're right - I need to focus on prayer. I'm doing absolutely everything I can to get rid of this curse - I almost poisoned myself rubbing my skin with 33% pyrethrin lice shampoo!- and I just can't keep doing this. So thanks to your post, I'm going to still maintain environmental cleanliness and good hygiene, but I'm going to focus more on prayer. Thank you for reminding me where my true focus should be!
noscratchymyitch y

Trussville, AL

#9 Aug 23, 2010
TwinSanity and GrandmaBoo, I AGREE TOTALLY!!! Prayer is out number 1 line of defense! When there is NO HOPE anywhere else,...we always have hope in HIM!
I am fighting this mess for 5 months now, but have finally been able to get Ivermectin from MagicPharma.com . They are legit, but it will take a few days or weeks to get your shipment, which will come in several different pkgs. This has helped more than anything else, product wise. I even bought the Ivermectin horse paste at the local feed store. I am desperate! I have been isolated from my family, including my 3 yr old grandbaby for all this time. I wanna live!!!
I am going to continue with Ivermectin and topicals like Benzoyl Benzoate or liquid Iver, until it's gone,....OR until God heals me!
The word says that ye have not because ye ask not! I am asking! Daily! Constantly! I am lifting my needs up before my God who supplies alll my needs. These forums will totally depress you and make you lose all hope if you read too much. I just wanted to post and encourage people to trust in God! God bless and keep you all. Thank you both for your encouraging posts!=)
Itchy and Scratchy in MO

Mansfield, MO

#10 Aug 24, 2010
Thank you for the info. I've been fighting this fight for 9 months. Because of your post, I'm going to stop treating, because I think I'm healed. I have a microscope and can't ever find a bug, but I itch somewhat and have the bumps still coming up. I don't itch like I used to and don't have patches all over my body that look like eczema. And yes, prayer is most important for all things, especially this. There were times that I wanted to take my own life. So scared that I would give it to someone in my family or friends. I was out of my mind with this stuff at times. Thanks again.

Since: Aug 10

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#11 Aug 27, 2010
GrandmaBoo wrote:
I have been at my wit's end for about 6 months now. Absolutely NOTHING has worked - creams, pills, washing, and washing, and washing - doing laundry constantly, showering constantly, vacuuming constantly, storing everything in large plastic zip-lock bags, covering my mattress and pillows in vinyl covers...and still I'm suffering from these hideous things. But your post at least made me rethink things - I DO need to stop reading about all the horrible stories, and be more positive. I do pray daily, but for some reason I have always hesitated about asking the Lord about my scabies when I was already asking Him for so much for other family members, who have been going through much more serious issues than skin parasites. But you're right - I need to focus on prayer. I'm doing absolutely everything I can to get rid of this curse - I almost poisoned myself rubbing my skin with 33% pyrethrin lice shampoo!- and I just can't keep doing this. So thanks to your post, I'm going to still maintain environmental cleanliness and good hygiene, but I'm going to focus more on prayer. Thank you for reminding me where my true focus should be!
Have you tried using the DE ( Diamatoceous Earth) sprinkled everywhere? On your carpet, your couch, chairs, etc? Please read up on it here in the forum. Vann from TN has the right idea with the DE. This will kill them. Also the cedarcide really helped me.( I ordered the $99 package and sprayed around and it made a great difference.)
God Bless You. You will be cured, and so will I. Tomorrow is a new day and "This To Shall Pass"
Helping you

Perris, CA

#12 Aug 28, 2010
Be careful with the Diamatoceous Earth. If you have asthma, don't breathe it in. I was coughing up mucus for weeks and had to use an inhaler for months. I was wheezing terrible!!!
Helping you

Perris, CA

#13 Aug 28, 2010
Also, make sure it is FOOD GRADE Diamatoceous Earth.

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#14 Aug 28, 2010
Thank you Helping You, It's always good to specify all these things. I can't believe I left that out. I was just thinking that if she read Vann's posts she would figure it out.
I am actually sitting on it on a towel on my desk chair and it is sprinkled underneath the chair and desk too. What a difference it's makes and no bites. I have it sprinkled everywhere. I even put it on my bathroom tile floor. It does settle. I used an old spice jar with the large wholes for sprinkling it. Yes, you never want to breathe it in, I had a bit of coughing up some stuff too. So I wear a mask that I purchased at Lowe's with it.
I ordered the DE from here: http://www.earthworkshealth.com/
and I purchased the 50lb bag for $27.00 and the shipping was something like $35.00. I ordered that much because I never want to run out of it.
Itchy and Scratchy in MO

Branson, MO

#15 Sep 7, 2010
Let me tell you what actually worked for me. I had them for 9 months. I'm not a dirty person and neither is my house, but I couldn't get rid of them. I'd have no symptoms for 2 weeks after using the permethrin and all the other things people have said to try and doctors. At exactly 2 weeks they'd hatch and I'd be reinfested again. It didn't matter if I used the poisons every day, washed my sheets everyday, showered everyday. I'd still get them again. Finally I started doing the Borax and epsom salt baths. I'd also scrub my skin with a scouring pad while in the bath. Every night before bed, I'd make the bath as hot as I could stand. I'd only lay in it for 15 minutes because I'd start to feel faint. Others say 30 minutes. Then I'd take a normal shower in the morning. I did this about 10 days straight. I wasn't even washing the sheets daily. I washed them before I started the first day and maybe one more time in between. Then again at the end of the ten days, and I scoured my house from top to bottom wearing latex gloves, especially doing laundry I wore them always. Always wear something on your hands so you don't reinfect and you don't infect others in the house.
I stopped for 2 weeks and I broke out again, but I read a post that said I would so I waited and prayed. Prayed hard always, and I kept itching and had little bumps for about 3 days, but no tunnels and no uncontrollable itching at night. Finally I was cured. Thank you GOD!!
I used 2 cups Borax and 1 cup Epsom Salt. Use kitchen scrubber pad and throw in laundry immediately. Don't use the same one twice.
Even if there are eggs left, that scratcher pad will get rid of them when it takes off the top layer of skin.
Diwata

Scottsdale, AZ

#16 Sep 24, 2010
Twin Sanity... Thank you for sharing your well written experience you .Your post is truly helpful and uplifting.My son celebrated his 12 yr birthday covered in rashes.HE got treated once with permetrhin and we did all the washings recommended. He still keeps getting small bumps but according to him the itch is not that bad anymore...

He's had it for 3 weeks now and everyday it breaks my heart to see him covered in rashes.You are right ...we should not forget to pray...i hope he'll get better soon.
Wahington newcomer

Seattle, WA

#17 Oct 3, 2010
I just want to thank everyone in this post. I luckily caught the bugs early and am now into my 5th day of treatment. I still itch but your right not as bad as I used to. And i can actually sleep through the night. I was horrified when I saw that you can have them for up to a couple of months. I want to get back to my normal life. I am a 23 yr old lady and as you can imagine thats not good at all for my self esteem. And somebody else up there said I only get the real creepy crawlies when I read about the damn critters. I really hope I am cured but as a precaution I did order the $300 pack from Dermisil with the spray for the house and the creams and the sulfur lotion. I really want to rid myself of these bugs. I have rashes that are caused by my scratching, but I have noticed that I only scratch after i put on the permerthin cream. Reading this forum has given me new hope that I won't wind up with these bastards for years. Thank you to all
Insane and Bugged Out

United States

#18 Nov 4, 2010
I have been infested with scabies for about a month now. At times I feel I have lost the battle with an enemy unseen but then I regain my strength in God. My husband, three children and I contracted these pesky mites from my brother who in turn contracted it from either a girlfriend or a college dorm. None the less, I'm now fighting this battle to gain not only my sanity back but to clear my family of this horrible nightmare. At times I feel so alone and search the internet for comfort but to my dismay I only come across negative stories. I want to thank each of you for sharing your experiences. I have treated twice with permethrin cream and now have been prescribed kwell lotion. Not sure how I feel about that but at this point I'm willing to try anything to rid my family of this. My children will not be treated with this lotion due to the dangerous side effects. If anyone has had experience in using this med please post a comment. I know these mites are breading on my scalp as I have the sores to prove it. The doctor did stress not to treat my face and scalp so what am I to do? Re-infestation will occur. Please extend your advise. Thank you and God bless.
BeingEatenAlive

Sacramento, CA

#19 Nov 5, 2010
>>My children will not be treated with this lotion due to the dangerous side effects. If anyone has had experience in using this med please post a comment. I know these mites are breading on my scalp as I have the sores to prove it. The doctor did stress not to treat my face and scalp so what am I to do?<<

All family (and household) members and pets MUST be treated consistantly, or the treatments will probably NOT work.

Most people in these forums probably DO NOT have the specific mite called scabies, but a more persistant mite which I now think of as Super Scabies.

Yes, it can, and does, effect the scalp and face. If your Doctor thinks it can't, you need a new Doctor.

Some of the biggest mistakes I've made during my searches for a definitive cure(s) are as follow:

1- Believing Doctors really know and really care.

2- Giving up on a cure because it didn't work 100%

3- Thinking that the known information on scabies was precise and correct, and that I was infested with the precise scabies mite.

4- Thinking I was cured, stopping treatment, only to have these parasites come roaring back, worse than ever.

Not only do I believe that different people on this forum have different species of mites, I also believe that the cures mentioned affect different people different ways. Example: one of the oldest effective cures is sulfur-- I started using 10%sulfur cream, epson salt sprays, and taking MSM capsules-- to my horror, I broke out with an acne-like rash, even on my face! And I NEVER had acne, even as a teenager. I learned that I have allergic reactions to large doses of sulfur.

At this point, I believe I have post-infestation itch only, but I will continue my treatment regimen for two more months.

This is what worked for me (so far):

Arm and Hammer laundry detergent (the powdered kind).
20 Mule Team Borax (laundry and carpet spray).
Wrapping mattress and pillows in heavy plastic.
Spraying plastic and all hard surfaces with Windex daily.
Changing clothes and sheets every day.
Using 4 sets of blankets, rotating every day.
Keeping laundry and blankets in heavy garbage bags with moth balls when not in use.
Using Denorex shampoo (the kind with coal tar, there's another Denorex without it, you want the one with coal tar) as a body scrub as well as a shampoo-- leave it on as long as you can stand it, but be very careful about getting it into your eyes or private parts, it'll burn like crazy...
Tea Tree oil as a spot treatment, and sanitizing combs-- I also keep it on my scalp (worst infestation) and fingers and hands-- be careful, though, some people are allergic to it, but you can test it by putting a dab on the inside of your wrist and watching it for 24 hours.

I also did 2 cycles of the Permetherin 5% full body and scalp, and will be doing 2 more, even though I think I've got it licked.

Keeping your hands and fingers sanitized with Tea Tree oil is key to getting rid of the mites, I think.

Something else to keep in mind is that many people do NOT show symptoms of mites, yet carry them and spread them. If you live with, or have close personal contact with someone who will not take the treatment seriously, you'll need to cut them out of your life, or you'll be dealing with this forever.

Good luck, and I hope everyone finds the combination that works for them.



Bojo

UAE

#20 Jan 9, 2011
Hi, I just want to share my story like you. I do had my first ever scabies, I will never forget this horrifying experience in my entire life.Kidding aside, accidentally I got it from unknown sources, as I am working here in UAE. Definitely the first diagnosis is that it was just an ordinary skin allergy after I have taken some anti biotics medicine. But later the icthing was no longer tolerable and starting to spread all over my body. So for my second check up they get some samples from my skin, and finally it reveals that this so called scabies is present to me. I had nothing to worry because I know from the fact that it is definitely highly treatable. We just need full education and information on how to treat the mites. Ofcourse we must follow all the Doctor's advise in order for the treatment to be successful. Permethrin is the most effective or likewise you can use Benzyl Benzoate. But the aftermath of this skin sours is not good. It resulted to my termination because my employers due to lack of education and information mislead them that even If I went to treatment and no longer contagious and dangers to others decided to terminate me. But even if this happen, I feel no angry. I just accept it and I trust and believe that GOD IS GOOD all the time. No matter what happen LIFE MUST GO ON... Don't give up, Just keep on praying, and GOD will take care of the rest. Bye thanks for reading my sotry...

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