Support Thread

Since: Jan 13

Greeley, CO

#187 Jan 18, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
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That's the thing, people become so lonely because you isolate your self from everyone. I work in a cube and I don't have much interaction with people, also I wear double clothing. I haven't infected anyone. Like you I have a special chair I sit in. If your careful you can be around people just no hugging, handshakes, keep you area clean. Also at work I use to sit in a cloth chair and I switched it for a hard surface chair. It's easier to clean, and those sob's won't get stuck in the fabric.
I definitely have isolated myself, barely go outside this whole week, don't eat as much as I used to, worry and fret all day that I'll never get rid of this mite. I hate everything about this. Luckily my parents are here my mom makes me go stand outside to get some sun, my dad says he doesn't care if he gets them. I get so burned out on cleaning I have an appointment monday with my Dermatologist, they told me not to worry and that it is very common I told them I just wanted to talk to them about it and they said that was fine so we will see just have to wait out the weekend.:-(

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#188 Jan 19, 2013
Mitedetroyer a lot of people do get it and get cured just make sure you keep up with the cleaning and take the med the right way. You should ask the derm for stromecol it's a pill that helps kill scabies. The prem and pill you should be cleared ASAP

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#189 Jan 19, 2013
AU where you at honey? Ck your email!! I hope everything is ok

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#190 Jan 20, 2013
How's everyone doing? Miss ya ladies! Did the iver pill and sulfer on Friday might kept it on all day Saturday, washed it off this am. Man is the sulfur itchy...today feeling a little crawling not much on legs and scalp. I hope everyone is feeling good.

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#191 Jan 20, 2013
I have had serious trouble last night, passed out in my chair after hell and
today. Some stuff that was excruciating came out and today stuff is coming out. Three showers a million Qtips if crap. I am exhausted. My last shower
I mixed the old mix of peroxide and borax. Quiet, thank God. I swear it was worst then when I first got this, if anything could be that bad. I hope this means a good thing. I have to lay down. I hope the newbie acts fast.
Talk them through it Peace. I see you are talking in the forums and sounding good.

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#192 Jan 20, 2013
Cure, oh no! What's coming out? Are you seeing black or white specs? You think because your not fighting with chemicals it's making the mite count higher?:-( I'm not saying you have to use chemicals but maybe it's needed? Is the mustard seed making everything come out?
I just don't want anyone else to sufferer like we have. I wish when I first started feeling my itch that I looked it up and found this forum. I could have prob been done with this bull crap a while ago....hey today is football! That can help take your mind off this BS for little.
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#193 Jan 20, 2013
cured_ not_ almost wrote:
I have had serious trouble last night, passed out in my chair after hell and
today. Some stuff that was excruciating came out and today stuff is coming out. Three showers a million Qtips if crap. I am exhausted. My last shower
I mixed the old mix of peroxide and borax. Quiet, thank God. I swear it was worst then when I first got this, if anything could be that bad. I hope this means a good thing. I have to lay down. I hope the newbie acts fast.
Talk them through it Peace. I see you are talking in the forums and sounding good.
Gosh cured, I can relate to that. One day a few months ago when I couldn't afford perm until my next payday, I had several bites at once all over scalp and body and almost passed out from the pain and extreme histamine reaction. Went cherry red all over.

Use the chems if you have to. This isn't an endurance race to see who doesn't use chems but gets better (impossible IMHO). You're fighting for your old life back. Use EVERYTHING. xx
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#194 Jan 20, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
AU where you at honey? Ck your email!! I hope everything is ok
hi peace, sorry had a busy weekend, will check emails xx

(ps, reason for busy weekend was looking for a new place. Yay, we're leaving that skanky ho neighbour behind!)
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#195 Jan 20, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
How's everyone doing? Miss ya ladies! Did the iver pill and sulfer on Friday might kept it on all day Saturday, washed it off this am. Man is the sulfur itchy...today feeling a little crawling not much on legs and scalp. I hope everyone is feeling good.
Missed you too past few days but had to do a few needed things away from pc. No new bites as usual though the old bite areas become active in shopping malls under the lights. Just Weird. Still reducing numbers, only a few bite-sites to remove (which must be the 'mother ships')- gonna DESTROY them (insert evil witch laugh)...

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#196 Jan 20, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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hi peace, sorry had a busy weekend, will check emails xx
(ps, reason for busy weekend was looking for a new place. Yay, we're leaving that skanky ho neighbour behind!)
Oh hell no!! What's wrong with that crazy heifer!:-( I don't understand why people get involved in others personal matters! Good luck. I was just worried about you. I don't want you Getting dizzy off any meds!! Good luck on the house hunting.

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#197 Jan 20, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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Missed you too past few days but had to do a few needed things away from pc. No new bites as usual though the old bite areas become active in shopping malls under the lights. Just Weird. Still reducing numbers, only a few bite-sites to remove (which must be the 'mother ships')- gonna DESTROY them (insert evil witch laugh)...
LOL, love it!! don't kill them with kindness just straight poison!! When you say active, does it feel like crawling?

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#198 Jan 20, 2013
No chems. I can't keep trying different ones until I find the magic one. I've done that all through this hell. I was getting ready to do yet one more miracle cure RK was doing, Eprinex, was the magic potion. I've had my fill and thankfully I have a weak liver and started doing the borax and then finding this support thread and you girls and Fred, with good facts and information on getting healthy without poisons, is working and they are coming out. Something is causing a huge exit. I hope it doesn't turn into a horror flick, hahahahaha
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#199 Jan 20, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
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Oh hell no!! What's wrong with that crazy heifer!:-( I don't understand why people get involved in others personal matters! Good luck. I was just worried about you. I don't want you Getting dizzy off any meds!! Good luck on the house hunting.
Lower income neighbourhood. Not many of my neighbours work or study so they spend entire time hanging out front of our house (literally on our balcony almost 24/7) yelling insults and throwing crackers, going through trash etc. Their kids totally feral, parents no better. They're all up til 4am and sleep til noon. I work from home so its a pain. Found new place on weekend. No more yelling or screaming. Thank God.
misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#200 Jan 20, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
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LOL, love it!! don't kill them with kindness just straight poison!! When you say active, does it feel like crawling?
Mostly movement underneath and crawling on top, sometimes biting but have reduced this past few weeks. BUT its the movement which is maddening, in the burrows beneath.

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#201 Jan 20, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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Lower income neighbourhood. Not many of my neighbours work or study so they spend entire time hanging out front of our house (literally on our balcony almost 24/7) yelling insults and throwing crackers, going through trash etc. Their kids totally feral, parents no better. They're all up til 4am and sleep til noon. I work from home so its a pain. Found new place on weekend. No more yelling or screaming. Thank God.
Wow that sounds like a nightmare! When will you be able to move?

Since: Oct 12

Sydney

#202 Jan 22, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
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Wow that sounds like a nightmare! When will you be able to move?
We move next week. OMG it will be a novelty to live without being screamed at or having fires lit at our door or a million other devious ways they choose to amuse themselves... ever since they moved in three months ago they've taken over neighbourhood. Tyres slashed, other neighbours homes broken into, everything trashed... because they're mostly underage the authorities do nothing, citing that any criminal record will affect the kids futures... well, hello? These are already crims in the making... a spell in Juvie would do them the world of good and the parents need locking away too... glad it won't be my problem anymore after next week... all adding to the stress in the meantime however.

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#203 Jan 22, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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We move next week. OMG it will be a novelty to live without being screamed at or having fires lit at our door or a million other devious ways they choose to amuse themselves... ever since they moved in three months ago they've taken over neighbourhood. Tyres slashed, other neighbours homes broken into, everything trashed... because they're mostly underage the authorities do nothing, citing that any criminal record will affect the kids futures... well, hello? These are already crims in the making... a spell in Juvie would do them the world of good and the parents need locking away too... glad it won't be my problem anymore after next week... all adding to the stress in the meantime however.
Wow that's horrible! I hope where your moving is peaceful. I can't believe that the police won't do anything.

CNC were you at lady??

Since: Oct 12

Sydney

#204 Jan 22, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
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Wow that's horrible! I hope where your moving is peaceful. I can't believe that the police won't do anything.
CNC were you at lady??
The constabulary do very little in this country, pretty p!ss poor. They carry a gun to protect themselves and nobody else. There's been several instances lately in the news where people have been shot dead for stealing packets of biscuits and gum, or being mentally unwell.

Doctors aren't interested in anything that requires work either (eg, effective scabies/mite treatment). With all of the over-regulation and being the most top-heavy govt in the world, its becoming more like a third-world nation of corruption and self-interest.

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#205 Jan 22, 2013
misery_in_au wrote:
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The constabulary do very little in this country, pretty p!ss poor. They carry a gun to protect themselves and nobody else. There's been several instances lately in the news where people have been shot dead for stealing packets of biscuits and gum, or being mentally unwell.
Doctors aren't interested in anything that requires work either (eg, effective scabies/mite treatment). With all of the over-regulation and being the most top-heavy govt in the world, its becoming more like a third-world nation of corruption and self-interest.
Wow, that's pretty crazy....I thought you all were better off then we are here in the USA. Things are pretty shity here also :-(

Since: Oct 12

Sydney

#206 Jan 22, 2013
Needpeace34 wrote:
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Wow, that's pretty crazy....I thought you all were better off then we are here in the USA. Things are pretty shity here also :-(
Thats the image the govt projects, all smiles, sunshine and white picket fences. Our prime minister, Ju-Liar Gillard, says that the economy has never been so good. But thats because the mining boom is keeping the rest of the country afloat. In reality here there are two very distinct classes: rich and poor. The poor work to keep the rich, rich. No better than the USA.

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