kim

Melbourne, Australia

#41 Feb 12, 2014
Omg I'm at a loss my 9 month old son has scabies and has had for 3 months now and the creams and lotions having worked I'm a mum of 5 boys my 6 year old had it to but the lotion worked on him but my baby seems to not be able to shake it I've washed sheets blacets every night hot water then in dryer on hot vachumed his bed even sprayed his bed but still nothing he still seems to get them back I'm at a loss its doing my head in
Gotem again

Australia

#42 Feb 25, 2014
FRED wrote:
That waspossibly the most insightful and legitimate info I have seen on the subject...thankyou
Veronica

Deer Park, NY

#44 Mar 8, 2014
skf wrote:
I tried everything. but when I got rid of them , they were still in my house so exsessive cleaning did nothing except break my body down. I had to get rid of everything ... Also .. I heard that ppl have gotten rid of them with a dish soap and hot sauce spray... but they too have had to leave their home. as I got rid of them on my body , I would always come back home where the home is invested. when they breed we are talking about millions. they hide in walls , they hide in pockets, on your pets . they hide in gaps and cracks. light sockets . you have got to leave your home. To make sure, I would try to leave it for a whole year with windows left open. but if you cant do that . try the spray solution and go for about 30 days. It will leave everything in a red tint but it cleans up with fresh paint. This is just something I got from a good friend who also had mites... just wanted to share .
Please contact me ASAP! https://www.youngliving.org/vron0907
Veronica

Deer Park, NY

#45 Mar 8, 2014
kim wrote:
Omg I'm at a loss my 9 month old son has scabies and has had for 3 months now and the creams and lotions having worked I'm a mum of 5 boys my 6 year old had it to but the lotion worked on him but my baby seems to not be able to shake it I've washed sheets blacets every night hot water then in dryer on hot vachumed his bed even sprayed his bed but still nothing he still seems to get them back I'm at a loss its doing my head in
Please contact me, I'm not suffering anymore and scabies gave me this! I have a son , and needed help with anything natural. I was about to soak in bleach! Ugh contact me!!! https://www.youngliving.org/vron0907

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#46 Mar 9, 2014
Veronica wrote:
<quoted text>Please contact me, I'm not suffering anymore and scabies gave me this! I have a son , and needed help with anything natural. I was about to soak in bleach! Ugh contact me!!! https://www.youngliving.org/vron0907
Yup, you are a sales person. If it looks like one, sounds like one, BINGO, it is one! Nobody wants to be manipulated here so stop leaving these sales posts.
Veronica

Deer Park, NY

#49 Mar 16, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
<quoted text>
Yup, you are a sales person. If it looks like one, sounds like one, BINGO, it is one! Nobody wants to be manipulated here so stop leaving these sales posts.
Not true at all, I spent hours on here, reading looking and trying everything, I'm months clear and found out it needs to be the real oil, do u have any idea how much money I spent at whole foods? Pills, creams, sprays, emergency room visits, doctor visits. You have no idea, I'm here to help, if you don't want I understand that.
cindy lou

Anderson, SC

#55 Apr 22, 2014
Tanning Bed is the fastest and most effective way to get rid of scabies! Relief is almost IMMEDIATE. Tan daily, gradually increasing your time until reaching 15 minutes. Always warm the bed up for 5 minutes before getting in.(So, the total time would be 20 minutes) Sanitize the bed before and after getting in. Keep tanning for a few weeks just to make sure the bugs are gone.

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#56 Apr 22, 2014
cindy lou wrote:
Tanning Bed is the fastest and most effective way to get rid of scabies! Relief is almost IMMEDIATE. Tan daily, gradually increasing your time until reaching 15 minutes. Always warm the bed up for 5 minutes before getting in.(So, the total time would be 20 minutes) Sanitize the bed before and after getting in. Keep tanning for a few weeks just to make sure the bugs are gone.
That is the most ridiculous Scabies cure I have ever heard and after two years on this forum I've heard some doozies! A tanning bed will give you and your mites a tan and you'll be back here tomorrow hunting for a real cure.
concerned person

Hazleton, PA

#57 Apr 23, 2014
Okay, I believe to had have scabies aka few months rhs ago and zI then CME in ck tact with them. I had washed some dirty clothes for someone. I started to get it by IMMEDIATELY! since I already knew what to do I did it. But I still have the mission of getting them off my furnite. if I Spray my bed with Lysol and my dressers and go Away for 3 days exact is the most I be out of my house will it work. And if so what type of Lysol should I be using?
concerned person

Hazleton, PA

#58 Apr 23, 2014
Okay, I believe to had have scabies a few months ago and i believe i then CME in conrtact with them. I had washed some dirty clothes for someone. I started to get itchy while just seperatkng the clothes i mean IMMEDIATELY! since then I already knew what to do I did it. But I still have the mission of getting them off my furnite. if I Spray my bed with Lysol and my dressers and go Away for 3 days exact is the most I be out of my house will it work. And if so what type of Lysol should I be using?
Trish

Warminster, PA

#62 May 12, 2014
Husband got scabies in Nov.2013...I got them in Dec, 2013... Doctors had no clue, sent us to dermatologists who had no clue...!did a lot of research to determine what we had were scabies...what I did completely got rid of the scabies... Took about 3 weeks before they were completely gone...okay...diatomaceous earth( food grade) all over bed and under bed and on bedroom floor, on sofa and living room carpet...vacuumed 2x daily...more d.e.around...veterinary formula anti parasitic and antisebborheic medicated shampoo over hair and body 2x daily...all laundry and bedding washed every day in hot soapy water and hot air dried...clean entire house daily with windex...make a paste with the diatomaceous earth ,1/4 cup and grapeseed oil 3/4 cup and lather your whole body with it before getting dressed or in pjs...after every shower... For 2 Saturdays in a row we put on the permithrin cream supplied by our doctor...the cream worked, in conjunction with all else we did...good luck to you...peace!
Alex

Mineola, NY

#63 May 13, 2014
Mange is mites. They do live on cats and dogs, mostly dogs. My neighbor got scabies from trying on clothes at a thrift store, then her dog started scratching and losing hair, they treated the dog too.
ACC

Round Lake, IL

#64 May 21, 2014
Deeeeep wrote:
Anywhere i can buy the ivermectin without prescription?
you can use Doctors on Demand.$40.00 15 mins. To explain your issue. They can prescribe Ivrmectin for you.
AshleysFRED

Hollywood, FL

#65 May 22, 2014
concerned person wrote:
Okay, I believe to had have scabies a few months ago and i believe i then CME in conrtact with them. I had washed some dirty clothes for someone. I started to get itchy while just seperatkng the clothes i mean IMMEDIATELY! since then I already knew what to do I did it. But I still have the mission of getting them off my furnite. if I Spray my bed with Lysol and my dressers and go Away for 3 days exact is the most I be out of my house will it work. And if so what type of Lysol should I be using?
This is what puzzles me. Why is it that some people will feel these things immediately, and then all the literature says that it takes a few weeks for the symptoms to start showing up. The scabies mites from dogs cats, you can feel these right away. Different mites, I guess. Mine I could feel them right away.
Beverly P

Pasadena, TX

#66 May 23, 2014
Well I am going to lose my mind. First my youngest child got head lice which took me almost 1 year to get rid of. Then about 8 months ago my youngest son had a friend stay with him for about a week and he brought bed bugs with him as soon as I spent hundreds or a couple of thousands (counting a couch I had to replace) I thought itching was over then bam my husband started getting bumps and then a month later I got them. I went to the doctor who said scabies. He prescribed the p cream, anti itch cream and antibiotics (total cost of visit and meds $300) Put the cream on last night but saw more bumps as I was on new couch and came to this forum. Went out and bought some Rid shampoo and spray and covered arms with the shampoo and sprayed couch. I also got a couple more cans of Lysol. Thank god we are leaving town for a week next week. I almost feel like I had better separate all the clothes we are taking and bagging them before I put them in the suitcase that will be sprayed with lysol. I may get those pills. Where do you buy them?
Cured

Wellesley, MA

#67 May 26, 2014
Get rid of scabies at no cost, with no doctors, no prescriptions, and no harsh chemicals and enjoy it!
Keep these two things in mind. 1.The CDC (Center for Disease Control) says that the scabies mite and their eggs will die when exposed to 122 degrees for ten minutes. 2. Scabies mites tunnel and lay their eggs in the epidermis, which is the very thin upper layer of our skin. Using this this knowledge you can defeat these devils.
All you need is a household clothes iron and a piece of heavy cloth such as a facecloth. Using a wire or string to hold the cloth in place, cover the iron bottom so that the cloth is always between the hot iron and skin.
Now comes the pleasure, but at this point you need to be very careful. Heat the iron and move it over the places where you itch or where you feel the tiny raised bumps of the eggs. The first few times increase the iron temperature very slowly and experiment with how fast you move it over the itch. The idea is to get the skin as hot a possible without burning it, and only you can judge that. Because the iron is much hotter than 122 degrees, there is no need to hold it on the itch for long, but you will want to because it feels so good relieving the itch and killing the mites.
If you follow this procedure whenever you get an itch and keep your clothes and environment clean as described on the CDC website, over time (depending on the severity) you will be cured. Good luck!

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#68 May 27, 2014
Cured wrote:
Get rid of scabies at no cost, with no doctors, no prescriptions, and no harsh chemicals and enjoy it!
Keep these two things in mind. 1.The CDC (Center for Disease Control) says that the scabies mite and their eggs will die when exposed to 122 degrees for ten minutes. 2. Scabies mites tunnel and lay their eggs in the epidermis, which is the very thin upper layer of our skin. Using this this knowledge you can defeat these devils.
All you need is a household clothes iron and a piece of heavy cloth such as a facecloth. Using a wire or string to hold the cloth in place, cover the iron bottom so that the cloth is always between the hot iron and skin.
Now comes the pleasure, but at this point you need to be very careful. Heat the iron and move it over the places where you itch or where you feel the tiny raised bumps of the eggs. The first few times increase the iron temperature very slowly and experiment with how fast you move it over the itch. The idea is to get the skin as hot a possible without burning it, and only you can judge that. Because the iron is much hotter than 122 degrees, there is no need to hold it on the itch for long, but you will want to because it feels so good relieving the itch and killing the mites.
If you follow this procedure whenever you get an itch and keep your clothes and environment clean as described on the CDC website, over time (depending on the severity) you will be cured. Good luck!
I'd call you a complete idiot but you must know what you are. Your post is ridiculous and absolutely the worst advice! YOU, yes you human being are the host of the parasites called mites, not your environment. Even if you kill all the mites in your environment you have done nothing towards curing yourself or ridding yourself of the mites! The solution starts with making your body distasteful to the mites. There are a couple ways to accomplish this and unfortunately there is no way around taking chemicals. Long gone are the days when using sulfur soaps, tea tree oil or eating lots of garlic cloves cured Scabies. The parasites are much MUCH more resistant and even some chemicals can not kill them. People on the Topix threads have suffered up to 7 years and tried every known remedy and still not succeeded in being cured. Here are your options: 1.) take oral ivermectin and rub on topical permethrin. The oral dosing is based on your weight, and you must consume/ingest the ivermectin every 4 days for 30 days. You must rub on permethrin from the top of your scalp to the soles of your feet and leave on for 8-14 hours. Some people do it every day, others do it every 2 days for 30 days while taking the oral ivermectin. 2.) read about the Valbazen Protocol on this forum. You don't need a prescription. But you do need to follow the directions very carefully to be completely cured in 30 days. Once you are cured your environment is cleared too. If you live with anyone else they must be on option 1 or 2 with you to avoid reinfestation.
cas11

Cleveland, GA

#69 May 27, 2014
I posted here long ago and thought I'd revisit. If you are not elderly and do not have a known reason for your immune system to be depressed and have developed "crusted" or "Norwegian" scabies, there is something very badly wrong with you. I had these buggers for 8-10 months, jumped thru almost every hoop on this thread, and nearly lost my mind. They kept multiplying, I had many thousands of these all over me and there was no hope.

I became very sick in November, no insurance, went to local clinic & they did not have the resources to help me. I finally had to go to ER in January as I was getting continually worse.

ER doctor knew from 1st look @ my scans what was wrong. It took a few weeks for me to qualify for medical aid in my "red" state but I finally did. I have Stage IV metastasized tumors in a dozen organs. I have been undergoing chemo for several months and next week will have a megasurgery to try to remove the rest. There is really not much hope but I will fight as I am the single mother of a teenager. The good news is one treatment of chemo and they were gone.

If you are not responding to traditional treatment and they keep multiplying no matter what you do, please seek help, asap. These little buggers were here to let me know there was something horrifically wrong with me that was undiagnosed. I could be wrong but the constant use of Permethrin and Ivermectin seems to fuel the cancer that was thriving unknown in my body, while it Is too late for me, perhaps this might help someone else with the same problem.

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#70 May 27, 2014
cas11 wrote:
I posted here long ago and thought I'd revisit. If you are not elderly and do not have a known reason for your immune system to be depressed and have developed "crusted" or "Norwegian" scabies, there is something very badly wrong with you. I had these buggers for 8-10 months, jumped thru almost every hoop on this thread, and nearly lost my mind. They kept multiplying, I had many thousands of these all over me and there was no hope.

I became very sick in November, no insurance, went to local clinic & they did not have the resources to help me. I finally had to go to ER in January as I was getting continually worse.

ER doctor knew from 1st look @ my scans what was wrong. It took a few weeks for me to qualify for medical aid in my "red" state but I finally did. I have Stage IV metastasized tumors in a dozen organs. I have been undergoing chemo for several months and next week will have a megasurgery to try to remove the rest. There is really not much hope but I will fight as I am the single mother of a teenager. The good news is one treatment of chemo and they were gone.

If you are not responding to traditional treatment and they keep multiplying no matter what you do, please seek help, asap. These little buggers were here to let me know there was something horrifically wrong with me that was undiagnosed. I could be wrong but the constant use of Permethrin and Ivermectin seems to fuel the cancer that was thriving unknown in my body, while it Is too late for me, perhaps this might help someone else with the same problem.
Which chemo drugs were used in your successful cure?
Pandora

Hayes, UK

#71 Jun 16, 2014
I got so fed up.....I resorted to using FLY SPRAY.......I showered.....I sprayed some on my hands and rubbed it all over my body.......went to bed......woke up and repeated........it worked like a treat.......I couldn't believe it after weeks of trying all the expensive lotions and potions....1.99 fly spray worked a miracle.

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