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Since: Jun 12

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#24 Mar 29, 2013
Babyscabies wrote:
My 17 month old got scabies from babysitter. My wife and I then got them on our hands. 2 rounds of permethrin and home sterilization did not help along with clove oil , neem oil, salt baths etc.
I ended u using tria home laser on us and my poor baby who was covered with them. By day 3 almost completely gone. A few bumps on the baby and skin is back to normal. Thank god! These things are horrible. I would say that lasers zap the mites under the skin painlessly and should be the treatment not permethrin.
Have had for a year. Am interested in laser. Which laser did u use? I guess it's safe if used on a baby. How did you use it? Whole body at once or small parts of body each time? Any info would be great!
Rundown teacher
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#25 Mar 29, 2013
Rundown teacher wrote:
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Have had for a year. Am interested in laser. Which laser did u use? I guess it's safe if used on a baby. How did you use it? Whole body at once or small parts of body each time? Any info would be great!
Rundown teacher
You guess it's safe if used on a baby....

What?

Surely, you must be joking, Teacher...

Since: Jun 12

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#26 Mar 30, 2013
VSS wrote:
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You guess it's safe if used on a baby....
What?
Surely, you must be joking, Teacher...
Ahhh....no not joking! If they were able to use on 17 month old without hurting the baby then so be it! There are different settings I'm sure and you can always use things as heavily or as light as you need. Lasers help with many different skin issues. Blue light and infrared also help skins issues. This may be the answer for all of the mites, scabies, etc. albeit, an expensive cure. At this point, many of us have spent lots of $$ so it's worth a try! Hair lasers can't be used on the scalp but everywhere else. Others can be used from head to toe.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#27 Mar 30, 2013
thepirate wrote:
I gone to an Ifectious disese doctor, since skin doctors told me I had dried skin + then it was in my head. At the Ifectious doctor he told me to use the Ellimite cream + gave me Ivermetrin pills. A few treatments like that they were gone, so I really suggest if you really want them to go away get Some real help!!!!!!
I agree, pirate.
$800 for a bogus lazer kit, would be a waste of time and money. But, hey, if you have the money to waste, why not? I've never heard of lazer treatment for scabies. But, of course, they all come here to sell their products. And many people are desperate, and when desperate and money are in the same sentence, there are scrupulous people on the net ready to jump on it to make a buck.
This, along with Cedarcide, should work. jk.
VSS

Hollywood, FL

#28 Mar 30, 2013
Yummy1210 wrote:
I have insurance and drs are full of sh*^. Keep on going to drs so thay can put that you are crazy in your chart. When you've had 2 tx permetherin, 2 tx Eurax, 2 NP visits, 2 seperate Derm Dr decisions, 1 biotpsy and 1 trip to Derm Dr at Research Hospital and then your crazy because you just helped 4 drs pay for their fancy cars and houses. Good deal, rite? My insurance, my body, my money and my lack of control over my healthcare decisions. Oh yeah I got some of that Ivermectin BS and MY body is too good to put that mess in. I refuse. And then I was offered a script for pimozide. I asked for the side effects, dr said tardive dyskanesia like Parkinsons Disease and when I asked the duration of tx she said "a long time". No thanks, I'll stick to herbal remedies and not eating processed foods and Genetically Modified Organisms. Try that one, easier said than done. Sleepless, get some sleep and quit dissin people, baby doll.
Yummy, I heard that DE AND GRADE SEED OIL WORK WELL, for you, that is. You and Vann..
Kaytee

Homewood, IL

#29 Mar 30, 2013
I have been cursed with some other kind of mite infection, not scabies, and I know it sounds crazy but it affects other people I have no physical contact with, people in my office who sit near me are complaining of feeling like things are crawling on them and biting. My boyfriend only feels like that when he's around me, and my oldest son. Its almost like its airborn which I know sounds crazy. I've noticed people get itchy around me in crowds (like church). How do you approach a doc with this!? I have patches of sores and blisters that one doc actually accused me of digging into my own skin... I feel so labeled now as crazy and yet I keep getting bitten. Ivermectin and permethrin did nothing to help too.

I just made a discovery tho. Logically I thought of pest control and how they kill bed bugs with heat because they are getting chem resistant. I found a heating pad gets to 170 degrees, so I held one on my chest (big patch of itchy sores) which happened to be flaring up at the time. I left it on for over an hour and when I removed it, the rash had diminished and faded so much, like I haven't seen my chest look so good since July!! So I think there is something to the heating theory! How to translate it to a cure is the hard part.

My back isn't clearing up as easily but it's harder to hold the pad across my back and maintain it for a long period. Anyway, going to try sulfer products too but I thought I'd share that experience.

Since: Jun 12

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#30 Mar 31, 2013
Kaytee wrote:
I have been cursed with some other kind of mite infection, not scabies, and I know it sounds crazy but it affects other people I have no physical contact with, people in my office who sit near me are complaining of feeling like things are crawling on them and biting. My boyfriend only feels like that when he's around me, and my oldest son. Its almost like its airborn which I know sounds crazy. I've noticed people get itchy around me in crowds (like church). How do you approach a doc with this!? I have patches of sores and blisters that one doc actually accused me of digging into my own skin... I feel so labeled now as crazy and yet I keep getting bitten. Ivermectin and permethrin did nothing to help too.
I just made a discovery tho. Logically I thought of pest control and how they kill bed bugs with heat because they are getting chem resistant. I found a heating pad gets to 170 degrees, so I held one on my chest (big patch of itchy sores) which happened to be flaring up at the time. I left it on for over an hour and when I removed it, the rash had diminished and faded so much, like I haven't seen my chest look so good since July!! So I think there is something to the heating theory! How to translate it to a cure is the hard part.
My back isn't clearing up as easily but it's harder to hold the pad across my back and maintain it for a long period. Anyway, going to try sulfer products too but I thought I'd share that experience.
Good for you. There is something to the heat theory for those of us with a certain mites. I'm thinking about trying a hair laser which wouldn't be a waste at all as it eliminates body hair also. If it works, its a win win situation. Infrared helps morgellons and that's another option, blue acne lights help also for some people. None of these are $800.00. I'm still researching and haven't chosen which one yet but if I do I will post. Don't worry what others say, if something is helping you, stick with it.mIgnore the negative posters! Trust your gut. Good luck to you.
Itchy in TX

Austin, TX

#31 May 3, 2014
Oy...I have a small home laser that I bought for about $400 in happier scabies free times and I stopped using it because it hurt. I've wondered many times if it would kill them! I thought my scabies were gone except for one here and there, but when the weather warmed up they came back with a vengeance! Or maybe it was the humidity that helped them breed. Who knows.
Either way I'm going to try it!

BTW orange oil is working great. 1/2 orange and 1/2 coconut oil, applied 1-2 times a day, more effective after soaking in a bath of 2 cups borax and 1 cup hydrogen peroxide. If you have them as bad as I've had them, you'll see the grossness that comes out of your skin..larvae, dead bugs, it's gross.
Ella

Santa Paula, CA

#32 May 21, 2014
My daughter got scabies from sitting on an infected couch while visiting relatives for Thanksgiving. By New Years she had a horrible rash and uncontrollable itch. Went to doc. Got permethrin. Did treatment. But then after she went back to school we got them, she must have left them behind on couches. Never heard of this my entire life. Went to doc. The entire family got the permethrin cream. Washed and disinfected everything. Did treatment. But we still kept getting itchy. They weren't completely gone!!!! We struggled for months to get rid of them. Finally after doing repeated permethrin treatments, using sulfur soaps, washing bedding EVERY DAY, I saw this post about the tria laser. I ordered it. And started zapping as soon as we got it. Any bumps and around the bumps and any place we felt itchy. FINALLY we got rid of them. Finally I'm getting my life back. Oh I also gave my dog a bath every day. Just with regular dog shampoo. No chemicals. And we vacuumed everyday. And we plastic wrapped the couches for 2 months. But now we are free of this. It was all worth getting rid of this plague. Good luck to all.
liz

Westerville, OH

#33 Sep 13, 2014
Sleepless In SC wrote:
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You will never believe this, but I was thinking the same thing! I believe you are on to something here! Honestly I have thought about this laser thing so often! Glad it is working for you!
After almost four months of this living hell, I believe mine are gone! GONE GONE GONE! YES, Thank You God!!!!!!!!!!
I was in post scabies for two weeks, and didn't even know it, but thinking something was up!!!(hoping and praying) I can't even being to tell you what I have been through. Yes along with everyone else! YES, there is hope! Yes you can really get rid of them!!!!!!!!!!
I cant believes this. I was laying naked on my bedroom floor in misery after a scalding bath of bleach and borax. I started praying to God to please heal me of this horrible affliction. About 5 minutes later I remembered reading a post about a guy who was going to buy one of Dr Hulda Clarkes bug zappers...then it came to me that I had a Tria laser sitting in the closet for years !! I ran downstairs to see if anyone has tried this. PTL You guys have and it worked !!!!!!!!! Oh if it works on me , please please please. I am charging it up right now

Since: Oct 14

Miami, FL

#34 Oct 5, 2014
liz wrote:
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I cant believes this. I was laying naked on my bedroom floor in misery after a scalding bath of bleach and borax. I started praying to God to please heal me of this horrible affliction. About 5 minutes later I remembered reading a post about a guy who was going to buy one of Dr Hulda Clarkes bug zappers...then it came to me that I had a Tria laser sitting in the closet for years !! I ran downstairs to see if anyone has tried this. PTL You guys have and it worked !!!!!!!!! Oh if it works on me , please please please. I am charging it up right now
Did this work for you Liz???
zappers are a joke

Hollywood, FL

#35 Oct 6, 2014
Of course spam scam bug zappers fo not work. It is a scam.
real indian

New Delhi, India

#36 Oct 11, 2014
Mage of New Bern .Thanks for your Idea.This is a good idea.There are lasers bigger than the Tria .There are diode lasers and Nd Yag lasers.These should be all investigated.
The Tria company does not ship to India .Amazon does not ship .Cart to India does.You people are lucky to have access to so many lasers in your country.Please dermatologist and doctors give this treatment modality a chance. Before mites mutate and change from black to some other color.Lasers act best on black hair and black mites.
real indian

Kolkata, India

#37 Mar 30, 2015
A lot of diode lasers on ebay .Some very expensive.
The Tria is battery operated. Laser running on mains is better.
Smaller the laser light point less risk to skin.
Might as well stART A hair removal saloon or beauty parlour.
Online course American laser Institute
iwantemgone2

Tampa, FL

#38 Mar 31, 2015
Sleepless In SC wrote:
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Who is hiding their location? If you can read it says I am in SC. Sorry, I'm not about to pinpoint my exact address for fear of weird-o's like you.
good for you Dont need ppl whos uncaring on this site ppl shud be more respectful i didn know we had a teacher on here correcting ourwords or grammer lol did you im declining my location caz like u said to many weidos but im in tennessee lol sorry i had to butt in she had no right being disrespectful

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