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Itch Bitch

San Francisco, CA

#1 Nov 10, 2007
Can Scabies live inside the body (vagina)?

I hear conflicting information.

Does anyone have a credible answer-perhaps from their doctr? I would sincerly appreciate the piece of mind. The itching is driving me crazy and so is the question.

Please help :(

Thanks
This isnt fun

United States

#2 Nov 23, 2007
i have spots on my balls and penis. it sucks bad. so hopefully for you it cant happen to the inside of your vag. watch out for getting them above it those cuz the pubic area itches like hell if you get it there
Bill

United States

#3 Nov 24, 2007
Itch Bitch wrote:
Can Scabies live inside the body (vagina)?
I hear conflicting information.
Does anyone have a credible answer-perhaps from their doctr? I would sincerly appreciate the piece of mind. The itching is driving me crazy and so is the question.
Please help :(
Thanks
Hi I had a pen pal that said monastat sured her of this bug in her private areas

I Belive this bug attacks many areas. MSM lotion gets rid of it 2 times a day top of head to toe.(on my head 1 mix( 3) 1000 mg with 4oz of water and dump it on aftera good shower I have none now on my head or eyes, that was their home on me, Not anymore ..Thank GOd
I felt a pierce in my eye on the lens one time.. I think they can in habitat mucus membranes.

GOd bless you, Bill
Bill

United States

#4 Nov 24, 2007
oops
Hi I had a pen pal that said monastat cured her of this bug in her private areas
adanaturkey8385

Liberty Lake, WA

#5 Nov 24, 2007
I've bought this stuff before for Scabies and it works for me but it's just getting all the mites! I've bought the Eco Living Friendly gallon of stuff but it had a different name and different company when I bought it. I'm sure it's the same stuff.
http://www.diynaturalstore.com
I'm gonna buy some more because this is my 3rd infestation of Scabies. I'm also just bought some stuff off www.dermatechrx.com and safe2use.com . Just waiting for it. I've had those dog gone things crawl up in my vigina and bite too! The damn doctors tell you it's in your head! Screw them! The lady at safe2use.com has had them in her eyes, ears, just like me.
Scabies3

Hollywood, FL

#6 Nov 25, 2007
adanaturkey8385 wrote:
I've bought this stuff before for Scabies and it works for me but it's just getting all the mites! I've bought the Eco Living Friendly gallon of stuff but it had a different name and different company when I bought it. I'm sure it's the same stuff.
http://www.diynaturalstore.com
I'm gonna buy some more because this is my 3rd infestation of Scabies. I'm also just bought some stuff off www.dermatechrx.com and safe2use.com . Just waiting for it. I've had those dog gone things crawl up in my vigina and bite too! The damn doctors tell you it's in your head! Screw them! The lady at safe2use.com has had them in her eyes, ears, just like me.
If you have these things in your eyes, you need ivermectin like RIGHT NOW!!
adanaturkey8385

Liberty Lake, WA

#7 Nov 25, 2007
I know but I don't know who to get it from or where to buy it. I'm so afraid I will go blind.
No doctor will listen to me, they say it's something else in my eyes. Even the eye doctor said that. He didn't even have a machine that could see small enough to see the mites. Who can help me??? Most docs don't believe they will get in my eyes!
Scabies3 wrote:
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If you have these things in your eyes, you need ivermectin like RIGHT NOW!!
adanaturkey8385

Liberty Lake, WA

#8 Nov 25, 2007
Can anyone tell me a doc in Spokane, Wa that will give me Ivermectin? I don't have ins so I can't go to a bunch of docs.
adanaturkey8385

Liberty Lake, WA

#9 Jan 5, 2008
Itch Bitch wrote:
Can Scabies live inside the body (vagina)?
I hear conflicting information.
Does anyone have a credible answer-perhaps from their doctr? I would sincerly appreciate the piece of mind. The itching is driving me crazy and so is the question.
Please help :(
Thanks
The 3rd time I had Scabies, they got in my vagina and would bite and I had a horrible biting and pulling feeling! I bought a bottle of natural internal parasite med and it killed them inside. If you have them inside, get something quick! Doctors don't believe they can go inside and bite.

Since: Dec 07

United States

#10 Jan 6, 2008
I had the scabies in my eyes. I killed them by opening my eyes wide underwater during my tea tree oil baths. The first time in each bath I would open my eyes, I could feel them like little grains of salt and it would feel a little irritated. After a few times of opening my eyes wide and rolling my eyes around under water, it would feel normal and no more "grains of salt". That's cuz the little jerks were now dead and gone. Tea tree oil is harmless. I have put it in my eyes, on open small cuts that happened to be on my fingers, and also in some mucus membranes. Again, it is perfectly harmless. Don't believe the hype. Of course, I would never put 100% undiluted tea tree oil in my eyes, that would really hurt.
adanaturkey8385

Liberty Lake, WA

#11 Jan 6, 2008
I would NOT put that stuff in my eyes, diluted or not. From what I have read, NEVER get it in open sores. And prolonged use in the ears can cause deafness. Do your research. You might want to write in your browser "dangers of tea tree oil" "or tea tree oil causing deaths". Not everything on the market is safe.
Magma

South Africa

#14 Jul 23, 2008
Hi Guys, I've got this infestation now for about 3-4 weeks, and i got it from a stray dog. thing is, i can't seem to find a remedy that will rid me from this itching buggers. anyway, they also now got into my eyes, and no one want's to believe me. when i open my eyes wide enough my sister can actually see the borrows.

What more products can i use. I've been on undiluted Benzyl Benzoate, Fexofast 180, and Spregal.

Help is needed, so please respond.

Regards
SILENTSUPERBUG ADVISE

Maastricht, Netherlands

#16 Jul 24, 2008
There is a new treatment suggestion available for people with a treatment resistant form of a novel louse/scabies like condition.

If there is indeed question of a permethrin, ivermectine resistant condition, than try to use a product called OCTENISAN.

You also can best to follow the so called zero tolerance protocol against MRSA/ MSSA.

You only would have to use one or two total body /scull treatments with Derbac M (Malathion) or Permethrin5% to continue with a total body washings with a product called Octenisan.

You would wash hair and body with Octenisan, observe a penetration time of about 3 to 4 minutes, and rinse with water.

You can use this lotion every day.
One liter costs only about $ 10.00 and is good for about three weeks daily based washings.

It is much better than trying to treat against a novel louse/scabies like condition with the repeated use of harsh pesticides, because it may have the fine potential to start to cure you from a secondary infection.

A secondary infectious like condition that feels like if you are continuously bitten by lice of mites.

Still you best observe the so called DUTCH zero tolerance policy that they
apply for hospital personal in relation to MRSA.

You would use clean sheets and clothing every day and ask your family members to follow the same procedure.

This in combination for instance with the clever use of Octenisan.

MSSA is considered a softer version of MRSA and is very contagious too!

It spreads like scabies they say.

So why not give a safe and effective formula like Octenisan wash lotion a try if repeated application of pesticides does not yield an adequate clue.

It is safe for kids and babes too!

For more information about this ongoing development in relation to a novel lice/scabies like condition:

Please be so kind to connect to: WWW.SILENTSUPERBUG.COM
Why not try this

Maastricht, Netherlands

#17 Jul 26, 2008
Do you think you suffer from Scabies or Lice?
or is there maybe question of a bacterial infection that mimics this condition!
People who think that they suffer from a scabies or lice like infestation after repeated application with Permethrin5% or Derbac M.(Malathion) are strongly advised to consider to treat their condition as a weak form of MRSA.
The symptoms of this type infection are sometimes similar to scabies.
Because it is of little use to keep on treating a bacterial infection with a harsh anti-parasitic medium, you are strongly advised to try out a new wash lotion like OCTENISAN.
OCTENISAN is a safe wash lotion against resistant bacterial strains.
The only thing you have to do is apply the gel, and leave it on for about three minutes.
If you keep on using this cheap gel, your present skin problems (a biting skin in combination with the formation of therapy resistant skin lesions) may systematically go away in only a few weeks time.
Why not select on MRSA specific wash lotions for your present condition.
Your children will be happy and let you know if it was the right choice or not!
Just give it a try!
For more information about a novel epidemic that nobody likes to talk about,

Just connect to: WWW.SILENTSUPERBUG.COM
I HATE SCABBIES

San Jose, CA

#18 Sep 26, 2008
Magma wrote:
Hi Guys, I've got this infestation now for about 3-4 weeks, and i got it from a stray dog. thing is, i can't seem to find a remedy that will rid me from this itching buggers. anyway, they also now got into my eyes, and no one want's to believe me. when i open my eyes wide enough my sister can actually see the borrows.
What more products can i use. I've been on undiluted Benzyl Benzoate, Fexofast 180, and Spregal.
Help is needed, so please respond.
Regards
I know how you feel...it's really sucks. I'm getting my treatment right now as of typing to you now. My doctor have prescribed me Permethrin 5% cream and I applied my body from the neck down ( if you don't get itch on the head) otherwise do from head to bottom of your feet. My advice to you is before the treatment DO NOT SCRATCH yourself because the more you scratch the MORE PAINFUL it is right when you applied the cream on .... then leave it on your body for 14 hours . REMEMBER after put on the cream wear clean clothing and have fresh sheets and blanket DO NOT USE the old bedding and blanket because they have mites in them and you don't want them crawling back into you. Oh ya, I almost forgot the most important fact that us human could never get the mites from our pets because we have different mites than our pets , our mites need a human host to survive NOT DOGS,OR CAT, or other pets. I got that fact from asking my doctor and found them from the internet I asked my doctore because I have cats and dogs and like you I thought that my dogs and cats might have the mites on them and got me infected...hehe silly me... and then I ask can I infect my animals by holding them ? and she said no. So that's a good thing to know right. And also, when you first got the scabies it doesn't show any signs of itchyness at all this talking about 2-6 weeks pior to your first itchynes is when you first encounter someone infected with scabies. Then it takes 2-6 weeks for scabies to show by the signs of hella itchy. Well good luck to you !=)
Mite Killer

United States

#19 Sep 26, 2008
I HATE SCABBIES wrote:
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I know how you feel...it's really sucks. I'm getting my treatment right now as of typing to you now. My doctor have prescribed me Permethrin 5% cream and I applied my body from the neck down ( if you don't get itch on the head) otherwise do from head to bottom of your feet. My advice to you is before the treatment DO NOT SCRATCH yourself because the more you scratch the MORE PAINFUL it is right when you applied the cream on .... then leave it on your body for 14 hours . REMEMBER after put on the cream wear clean clothing and have fresh sheets and blanket DO NOT USE the old bedding and blanket because they have mites in them and you don't want them crawling back into you. Oh ya, I almost forgot the most important fact that us human could never get the mites from our pets because we have different mites than our pets , our mites need a human host to survive NOT DOGS,OR CAT, or other pets. I got that fact from asking my doctor and found them from the internet I asked my doctore because I have cats and dogs and like you I thought that my dogs and cats might have the mites on them and got me infected...hehe silly me... and then I ask can I infect my animals by holding them ? and she said no. So that's a good thing to know right. And also, when you first got the scabies it doesn't show any signs of itchyness at all this talking about 2-6 weeks pior to your first itchynes is when you first encounter someone infected with scabies. Then it takes 2-6 weeks for scabies to show by the signs of hella itchy. Well good luck to you !=)
Sorry to burst your bubble but your MD is WRONG about mites infecting other mammals. They do! This is a fact! Look further on the internet. It it were me, I'd treat the pets for mites. Watch your pets for signs of mites!
adanaturkey8385

Liberty Lake, WA

#20 Sep 27, 2008
I've gotten them in my vagina before and they bite real bad. No docs believe it but I read about being able to get them internally. I'll have to find that site again.
feduptothemax

Cranford, NJ

#21 Sep 27, 2008
adanaturkey8385 wrote:
I've gotten them in my vagina before and they bite real bad. No docs believe it but I read about being able to get them internally. I'll have to find that site again.
I would like to read thatm, I've had those painful sensations there as well for weeks on end but using perm in that area was intolerable for me, I used it on the outer area as much as I could stand it repeatedly until I finally got some relief, but if you've read something posting it here would be helpful, this way we can shove this under some doctors nose as well.
Welty

AOL

#22 Sep 28, 2008
Look at your library for the Mayo Clinic reference book. It says that animal mange sarcoptic mites can indeed infest humans. And they can. They can go to cats, rabbits, guineu? pigs, potbellied pigs, foxes and goats. And humans. Many sources of popular med advice say they don't reproduce on humans, and if you break off contact with a pet for two weeks they will go away without treatment. Maybe. But I can't break contact with my pet. So I'll never know. I can't let anybody else board my pet and get these. Putting her to sleep is also not an option. It took two tries of diligent use of meds for both of us to get rid of these on me and my pet. And there have been cases documented of mites, and mite feces, under the skin of humans in houses with mange in their animals. So, ask a vet, they know about this firsthand. One vet I saw knew a lot about this. My cat only vet hadn't heard of this.(But at least the cat only vet knew about Iver). The other vet had an assistant that got them from a dog they treated. But maybe you're right, maybe they don't persist on people forever. And in fact, I was around these many years before getting them. There was undiagnosed mange in a dog that I was around for years before I got them. But they adapted, first to my cat. My cat had crusts under her armpits for two years that I didn't know what they were.(She is three). And I think these things finally fully adapted to me. I do believe they reproduce just fine on me. And I have the canine pattern, which is described in the types of scabies. Described as a papular style of rash, no burrows. Which if you do just the tiniest amount of research online, look up "types of scabies", and you will find out does exist.
Welty

AOL

#23 Sep 28, 2008
P.S. If you think that canine scabies is easy to beat it's not. These mites can live three times longer in the environment, nine days or more, as opposed to the three days that human mites can live in the enviromnent. Reinfestation is a huge problem, or so I've found. I think I've finally beaten these. But not easy, I can tell you.

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