Only one in house with scabies?

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No jackass, this is a scabies forum. not a mrsa forum. you were stupid enough to catch your jeans on fire. then you dont even know the difference between scabies
And mrsa.
you know moron that you cant metal zippers on a microwave dumbass.
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Apr 27, 2013
 
Hey everyone I feel your pain, been suffering with scabies for well over a year now, I've had at least 4 treatments for it with lyclear cream and everytime it's come back after about 2-3months of it being gone, I've everything in terms of washing bed linen and clothes leaving jackets etc in bin bags for 72 hours the only problem I think it maybe the pillow and duvet/comforters might not have had the same treatment also none of my friends or family have been treated just me, but Its quite expensive so I can't force others to do the treatment.
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#26
May 7, 2013
 
Oh God.........H-E-L-P!!!! My daughter & son contracted scabies somewhere. They are in their 20's. I believe it started with my son, then being contagious my daughter caught it. Somebody, please tell me WHY IN THE HELL hasn't somebody come up with a cure for this? It's stupid!! I am going to LOSE my mind over this. I have cleaned (and am extremely clean to begin with), & I feel hopeless. I am 100% sure I have them. I feel something and am itchy. Oh God, please..... Please, please, somebody help me. Please.
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May 7, 2013
 
Debbie wrote:
Oh God.........H-E-L-P!!!! My daughter & son contracted scabies somewhere. They are in their 20's. I believe it started with my son, then being contagious my daughter caught it. Somebody, please tell me WHY IN THE HELL hasn't somebody come up with a cure for this? It's stupid!! I am going to LOSE my mind over this. I have cleaned (and am extremely clean to begin with), & I feel hopeless. I am 100% sure I have them. I feel something and am itchy. Oh God, please..... Please, please, somebody help me. Please.
Debbie, have you gone to the docs? You need to get perm cream. Everyone should apply the cream them apply it again 7 days apart you should this 3 times. Clean using winded and use borax in your wash with hot water.
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May 7, 2013
 
Sorry windex, not winded
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May 17, 2013
 
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Hello I have had scabies for about 3 months now I am onlyy 17 it is about the worst thing I have ever had but my biggest question is why doesn't anyone else have it I have a girlfriend who I sleep with regualy nd I lay on my couch nd the blanket tht sits on the couch I use but no one else in my family have it I'm very confused but the itching is driving me wild the doctor told me it was scabies nd he gave me a cream but it made the itching worse even after I showered if anyone knows a better way to treat this please help me
Hey have you ever found out anything? i have the same problem!
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May 17, 2013
 
Mitey-sad wrote:
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Debbie, have you gone to the docs? You need to get perm cream. Everyone should apply the cream them apply it again 7 days apart you should this 3 times. Clean using winded and use borax in your wash with hot water.
The biggest mistake that people make on this forum is that they assume a diagnosis and then go forward with toxic treatments. Regular doctors and dermatologists are pretty useless , people should se an infectious disease specialist because there are quite a few other infections that cause scabies symptoms.

This is much more likely if the other people in the house have no symptoms.
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May 17, 2013
 
Hi Ryab..It took my partner 6 months to show symptoms when he caught it from me..
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<quoted text> Hey have you ever found out anything? i have the same problem!
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May 18, 2013
 
BBB wrote:
Hi Ryab..It took my partner 6 months to show symptoms when he caught it from me..
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That could only be that it wasn't a mite infection ,a mite infection will show up within 6 weeks. It is something like a bartonella or babesia infection.

Mite infections do not take 6 months to appear symptomatic.
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May 18, 2013
 
Ahhh...FRED, this time, I have to differ. I do believe that I had the beginnings of scabies for much longer than from last August, when I finally started itching uncontrollably on my shoulder blades and went to the doctor. Back in December of 2012, I got two little red itchy bumps at the bottom of my tailbone. I thought they were just small spider bites (my house used to have quite a lot of little benign spiders in it) and put cortisone stuff on them to help them shrink; but they never really went away. They stayed and kept on mildly itching. I just never thought anything of them, since I had no knowledge of scabies at the time. Finally, in July, another one popped up in their area, and I stupidly thought it was another spider bite. I still didn't take it seriously. Then, in August, all hell broke loose on me. The bites in that original area stayed there, and so did all the other ones that suddenly appeared, until I started treating them seriously. Then they finally went away with one or two of my first treatments of permethrin. I think I'm finally over it now (knock on wood).

All our systems are different, and we all show symptoms in different ways. I do respect your knowledge, though, FRED; here's just another case history to add to your collection lol. Keep on doing your research, though; it actually is very much appreciated on this forum! Who knows when you just might turn up a totally unexpected cure for these beastly things!
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May 18, 2013
 
Although, FED, come to think of it, those WERE the symptoms!!(my two little bites). Sorry--I take it back. I just didn't know what they were.
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May 18, 2013
 
I mean, FRED, not what I typed. My keyboard keeps missing typed letters.
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May 18, 2013
 
Worn Out and Weary wrote:
Ahhh...FRED, this time, I have to differ. I do believe that I had the beginnings of scabies for much longer than from last August, when I finally started itching uncontrollably on my shoulder blades and went to the doctor. Back in December of 2012, I got two little red itchy bumps at the bottom of my tailbone. I thought they were just small spider bites (my house used to have quite a lot of little benign spiders in it) and put cortisone stuff on them to help them shrink; but they never really went away. They stayed and kept on mildly itching. I just never thought anything of them, since I had no knowledge of scabies at the time. Finally, in July, another one popped up in their area, and I stupidly thought it was another spider bite. I still didn't take it seriously. Then, in August, all hell broke loose on me. The bites in that original area stayed there, and so did all the other ones that suddenly appeared, until I started treating them seriously. Then they finally went away with one or two of my first treatments of permethrin. I think I'm finally over it now (knock on wood).
All our systems are different, and we all show symptoms in different ways. I do respect your knowledge, though, FRED; here's just another case history to add to your collection lol. Keep on doing your research, though; it actually is very much appreciated on this forum! Who knows when you just might turn up a totally unexpected cure for these beastly things!
WOW I hope you are cured. Do you still feel crawling? I read you used lindane and iver did they help?
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Ahhh...FRED, this time, I have to differ. I do believe that I had the beginnings of scabies for much longer than from last August, when I finally started itching uncontrollably on my shoulder blades and went to the doctor. Back in December of 2012, I got two little red itchy bumps at the bottom of my tailbone. I thought they were just small spider bites (my house used to have quite a lot of little benign spiders in it) and put cortisone stuff on them to help them shrink; but they never really went away. They stayed and kept on mildly itching. I just never thought anything of them, since I had no knowledge of scabies at the time. Finally, in July, another one popped up in their area, and I stupidly thought it was another spider bite. I still didn't take it seriously. Then, in August, all hell broke loose on me. The bites in that original area stayed there, and so did all the other ones that suddenly appeared, until I started treating them seriously. Then they finally went away with one or two of my first treatments of permethrin. I think I'm finally over it now (knock on wood).
All our systems are different, and we all show symptoms in different ways. I do respect your knowledge, though, FRED; here's just another case history to add to your collection lol. Keep on doing your research, though; it actually is very much appreciated on this forum! Who knows when you just might turn up a totally unexpected cure for these beastly things!
I don't need to keep doing my research i am light years ahead of the people on this forum. I have no reason to be here other than to try to wake some people up . It just seems impossible though.

This is where my research is, Bartonella is an infection that has many vectors including mites. It is an infection of red blood cells mainly. Doctors and scientist are at a loss as to effect a meaningful cure. Doctors who are clueless will prescribe antibiotics. I researched for countless hours on this. Do you know anything about liposomal delivery systems? Do you know of the herbs Houttuynia and Usnea? You can cure it in six to eight months with those although they have never been used together although I know they are compatible because I examined the molecular structure. In a liposomal delivery system those alkaloids will cure in less than a month. That is my creation.

Now if you are willing to do even the slightest bit of research you will find that a bartonella infection shows symptoms of skin sensations and crawling sensations.

Are you up to it?, It's called google, and you are very very wrong.
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You are WRONG FRED..Why do you claim to know what it was..My partner didnt show symptioms for 6 months..Confirmed as scabies..
Why are you still on here claiming to help people. You claim to have cured yourself of scabies in August 2011 with essential oils..Now you are telling desperate people to used DANGEROUS treatments.. You are a very dangerous man..
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That could only be that it wasn't a mite infection ,a mite infection will show up within 6 weeks. It is something like a bartonella or babesia infection.
Mite infections do not take 6 months to appear symptomatic.
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BBB wrote:
You are WRONG FRED..Why do you claim to know what it was..My partner didnt show symptioms for 6 months..Confirmed as scabies..
Why are you still on here claiming to help people. You claim to have cured yourself of scabies in August 2011 with essential oils..Now you are telling desperate people to used DANGEROUS treatments.. You are a very dangerous man..
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Maybe he has scabies too but scabies don't take 6 months to manifest in anyone. That is just a scientific fact. When you say "confirmed"does that mean it was confirmed by a doctor who knows what he is doing using a microscopic evaluation on a skin scraping. Because if it is a visual evaluation from a doctor it is completely meaningless. If he does have scabies you need to understand for both of you that mites carry other
infection like babesia and bartonella and the effects of these are much worse in the long run than a simple mite infection. My "dangerous" treatments are non toxic extremely well researched and no where near as toxic as the stuff used on this forum like Ivermectin and permethrin, both very toxic.

The bottom line is I solved my problem after being on this forum for two years I would say that ALL the information that I got here that didn't work and was very toxic that I tried from other peoples suggestion was a giant waste of my time. I had to figure it out myself and I did.

Who's dangerous? It's people like you who really haven't got a clue what they have and who suggest all these nonsense toxic stuff that has a very long record of NOT working on this forum.

May be a year down the road when you have accomplished absolutely nothing in healing yourself and you are still suffering hour by hour then remember what I said, you might eventually wake up.
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May 19, 2013
 
BBB wrote:
You are WRONG FRED..Why do you claim to know what it was..My partner didnt show symptioms for 6 months..Confirmed as scabies..
Why are you still on here claiming to help people. You claim to have cured yourself of scabies in August 2011 with essential oils..Now you are telling desperate people to used DANGEROUS treatments.. You are a very dangerous man..
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You should go see this guy, he's about 500 miles from Melbourne but he is super qualified and one of the few who actually gets it.

http://www.drmayne.com/

If you go see him you can thank me later.
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May 19, 2013
 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16187890

Above is a link showing borriela in mites. Babesia vectors are all over the place including human lice and yes, mites.

http://www.medicalecology.org/pdf/presentatio...

Bartonella has more vectors than other disease, you can get it from your cat and it will shut down your immune system.

http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonel...

http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonel...

http://web.ncsu.edu/abstract/science/bartonel...

http://openmed.nic.in/1146/01/012.pdf

Now when you throw into the mix the readily active horizontal gene transfer that genetic engineering has released into nature and how global warming has dramatically shifted the areas of the world where this stuff thrives you get quite an interesting little scenario.

http://www.i-sis.org.uk/FSAopenmeeting.php

Of course it would be nice to think you just have a simple mite problem but it actually goes much deeper than that.
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FRED wrote:
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I don't need to keep doing my research i am light years ahead of the people on this forum. I have no reason to be here other than to try to wake some people up . It just seems impossible though.
This is where my research is, Bartonella is an infection that has many vectors including mites. It is an infection of red blood cells mainly. Doctors and scientist are at a loss as to effect a meaningful cure. Doctors who are clueless will prescribe antibiotics. I researched for countless hours on this. Do you know anything about liposomal delivery systems? Do you know of the herbs Houttuynia and Usnea? You can cure it in six to eight months with those although they have never been used together although I know they are compatible because I examined the molecular structure. In a liposomal delivery system those alkaloids will cure in less than a month. That is my creation.
Now if you are willing to do even the slightest bit of research you will find that a bartonella infection shows symptoms of skin sensations and crawling sensations.
Are you up to it?, It's called google, and you are very very wrong.
Well, excuse me for giving you a compliment, FRED, when I said that your knowledge and research are appreciated here on this forum. I meant it at the time--sorry you took it the wrong way. I had no idea that it would open a can of worms delivered by you. Why dop you have to resort to snide remarks and sarcasm to get your point across? Yes, I'm sure a lot of us here HAVE followed your links; and no, I don't need you to tell me to use Google since you believe I'm "very, very wrong." Do you have an open mind at all? Well, why should you, since you're light years ahead of the rest of us here? You might have the brains to be a top research scientist, but when it comes to imparting your ideas to the rest of us, you're no good at it. We're not robots, and we don't like being treated with scorn and disrespect. If you want us to listen to you, get a good PR person and let him speak for you instead.

In the meantime, I'm done with writing on this forum--one less person for you to try to shoot down with your unfounded arrogance and conceit.

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