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Hey I want to bump this for any new comers feeling stressed, depressed or just need to vent. Please trolls be respectful of how individuals feel. If you have had scabies or some other mite you know how it feels to be alone looking for answers or support.
Like I have said before this thread has helped me a lot I have connected with some pretty amazing woman, that have pushed me to fight again.
Side note, I have noticed that a lot of people are posting about having issues with there scalp. It's really weird..my scalp to is giving me problem I was feeling like I might be done!! Then I started to feel these pinprick on my scalp. Not everyday, but everyone in a while. I do feeling crawling every once in a while. Last night I felt a bump on my scalp. Husband said looked like a pimple.:-( just soo sick of this shit!
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Hey I want to bump this for any new comers feeling stressed, depressed or just need to vent. Please trolls be respectful of how individuals feel. If you have had scabies or some other mite you know how it feels to be alone looking for answers or support.
Like I have said before this thread has helped me a lot I have connected with some pretty amazing woman, that have pushed me to fight again.
Side note, I have noticed that a lot of people are posting about having issues with there scalp. It's really weird..my scalp to is giving me problem I was feeling like I might be done!! Then I started to feel these pinprick on my scalp. Not everyday, but everyone in a while. I do feeling crawling every once in a while. Last night I felt a bump on my scalp. Husband said looked like a pimple.:-( just soo sick of this shit!
May I suggest purchasing some cheap pillows from walmart, like $5 a pillow. Do not use the same pillow but once every 7 days. You can also cover in plastic or a garbage bag. Using the same pillow will cause scalp problems. Spray it with rubbing alcohol to kill the mites on it from the night before. Or replace with another pillow that hasn't been used in 7 days.

Remember that scabies mites do not live that long without a host. In a dry house, with the a/c running, they don't last much longer than about 4 or 5 days without a host. It all depends on the environment, how humid the air is. The more humidity, the longer the mite lasts away from its host.

Also, ivermectin kills the mites in your scalp, along with the mites in your nose and ears.

Some people on this forum used a spray called Sardex made by Happy Jacks dot com. It contains 29% benzyl benzoate. They sprayed it into their scalp.

When needpeace talks about losing some of her hair, she may have a demodex mite problem. This is an immunity problem where the demodex mite flourishes. Once you figure out what your immunity issues are, then the demodex mite problem can be addressed. All humans have demodex mites, but it is only when there are immunity issues arising that this mite thrives. Usually, sarcoptic mites do not cause loss of hair. The demodex mite lives in the hair follicles, but sarcoptic scabies mites burrow into the skin, not so much the hair follicles.

But, these are just my opinions and things I have learned along the way. Always seek the advice of a professional medical doctor for dosage and treatment of scabies.

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Mar 26, 2013
 
I think we should share our ideas about dealing with the STRESS with this crud! The stress this has caused my family has been overwhelming for us! My husbands job is really stressful anyways and this just makes it worse. We fight a lot over this, and its been really hard. I sit around all day and worry about breaking out again that night! This is making my family miserable! We go for walks but the weather has been really bad here lately so we can't do that right now. We went on a driving trip last week, but we could only be gone for one day because of a snow storm! Staying inside all the time over this weather has been contributing to the anxiety and stress my family has been going through. Getting outside has been the only way we can deal with this. My anxiety has been so bad I've been trying to read books to help take my mind off of worrying. I think it would help if we talked about the stress and how we can deal with it. We can share some ideas about what we can do to calm the anxiety and worrying. The stress has been the worst part of this whole ordeal for my family. I think talking about it with each other would help.

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May I suggest purchasing some cheap pillows from walmart, like $5 a pillow. Do not use the same pillow but once every 7 days. You can also cover in plastic or a garbage bag. Using the same pillow will cause scalp problems. Spray it with rubbing alcohol to kill the mites on it from the night before. Or replace with another pillow that hasn't been used in 7 days.
Remember that scabies mites do not live that long without a host. In a dry house, with the a/c running, they don't last much longer than about 4 or 5 days without a host. It all depends on the environment, how humid the air is. The more humidity, the longer the mite lasts away from its host.
Also, ivermectin kills the mites in your scalp, along with the mites in your nose and ears.
Some people on this forum used a spray called Sardex made by Happy Jacks dot com. It contains 29% benzyl benzoate. They sprayed it into their scalp.
When needpeace talks about losing some of her hair, she may have a demodex mite problem. This is an immunity problem where the demodex mite flourishes. Once you figure out what your immunity issues are, then the demodex mite problem can be addressed. All humans have demodex mites, but it is only when there are immunity issues arising that this mite thrives. Usually, sarcoptic mites do not cause loss of hair. The demodex mite lives in the hair follicles, but sarcoptic scabies mites burrow into the skin, not so much the hair follicles.
But, these are just my opinions and things I have learned along the way. Always seek the advice of a professional medical doctor for dosage and treatment of scabies.
Good luck.
Thanks VSS, I change my pillow covers every night, and I have plastic over my pillow and I spray it down every am. It's funny you recommend happy jack, I purchased it a while ago and never used it. I'll try it Friday night see how it works. I still have iver pills...maybe I should take them again for the next month. My house is pretty dry. I live up north and the heat is still on.
I was also thinking demodex mites. I went to the doc and had a few test ran like blood work and everything came back normal. I don't take meds. I stopped working out for a while, because of this crap but I'm starting to work out again. I eat pretty healthy, I do like a sweet here and there (chocolate makes me feel normal lol), but that's not an everyday thing. I know that scabies/mites have stressed me out a lot. Everyone keeps telling me it could be the stress causing my hair to fall....but why would I feel crawling or pinpricks every once in a while?

Again VSS thanks for the suggestions I appreciate it. I also purchased some of the pesticide that you recommended. I sprayed my downstairs. I'm going to wait till it gets warm to spray it again. The smell is pretty strong so I want to be able to open the windows.

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I think we should share our ideas about dealing with the STRESS with this crud! The stress this has caused my family has been overwhelming for us! My husbands job is really stressful anyways and this just makes it worse. We fight a lot over this, and its been really hard. I sit around all day and worry about breaking out again that night! This is making my family miserable! We go for walks but the weather has been really bad here lately so we can't do that right now. We went on a driving trip last week, but we could only be gone for one day because of a snow storm! Staying inside all the time over this weather has been contributing to the anxiety and stress my family has been going through. Getting outside has been the only way we can deal with this. My anxiety has been so bad I've been trying to read books to help take my mind off of worrying. I think it would help if we talked about the stress and how we can deal with it. We can share some ideas about what we can do to calm the anxiety and worrying. The stress has been the worst part of this whole ordeal for my family. I think talking about it with each other would help.
I know when I talk to you I always feel better!!
I know for me I have cut myself off from friends and family. I don't think I'm contagious, but then again only God knows that...I think talking to friends that you might have not spoken to in a while helps, seeing how they are doing. You don't have to talk about this crap, sometimes just listening is a good way to get your mind off of stuff.
Working out is another great way, to relieve stress. I know how you feel about being stuck in the house. I haven't been able to really get out with all our snow storms. I do notice when I'm on the move I think of this less, and sometimes I get so down I don't want to do anything! Last Friday I went out to dinner with a GF, we walked around town for a little and we talked about our kids it was nice. She doesn't know what I'm dealing with, but that's ok. I wasn't hugging her or holding hands lol
Yesterday I was really stressed out and I was crying to my hubby. He did remind me how much better I'm doing compared to how I was. I have a friend who invited me to visit her in FL and I was thinking there is no way I can go, but now I'm thinking a little sun and salt water can prob do me some good! Well see

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I know when I talk to you I always feel better!!
I know for me I have cut myself off from friends and family. I don't think I'm contagious, but then again only God knows that...I think talking to friends that you might have not spoken to in a while helps, seeing how they are doing. You don't have to talk about this crap, sometimes just listening is a good way to get your mind off of stuff.
Working out is another great way, to relieve stress. I know how you feel about being stuck in the house. I haven't been able to really get out with all our snow storms. I do notice when I'm on the move I think of this less, and sometimes I get so down I don't want to do anything! Last Friday I went out to dinner with a GF, we walked around town for a little and we talked about our kids it was nice. She doesn't know what I'm dealing with, but that's ok. I wasn't hugging her or holding hands lol
Yesterday I was really stressed out and I was crying to my hubby. He did remind me how much better I'm doing compared to how I was. I have a friend who invited me to visit her in FL and I was thinking there is no way I can go, but now I'm thinking a little sun and salt water can prob do me some good! Well see
You have been such a help to me and my family! Thanks for sharing your ideas about stress. I cry a lot over this. I don't know if crying helps or hurts but I guess it's better than holding it all in. I welcome anyone to share their ideas with us. If your new, don't be afraid to post something. Keep the good comments coming and lets keep this thread alive with helpful ideas.
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Thanks VSS, I change my pillow covers every night, and I have plastic over my pillow and I spray it down every am. It's funny you recommend happy jack, I purchased it a while ago and never used it. I'll try it Friday night see how it works. I still have iver pills...maybe I should take them again for the next month. My house is pretty dry. I live up north and the heat is still on.
I was also thinking demodex mites. I went to the doc and had a few test ran like blood work and everything came back normal. I don't take meds. I stopped working out for a while, because of this crap but I'm starting to work out again. I eat pretty healthy, I do like a sweet here and there (chocolate makes me feel normal lol), but that's not an everyday thing. I know that scabies/mites have stressed me out a lot. Everyone keeps telling me it could be the stress causing my hair to fall....but why would I feel crawling or pinpricks every once in a while?
Again VSS thanks for the suggestions I appreciate it. I also purchased some of the pesticide that you recommended. I sprayed my downstairs. I'm going to wait till it gets warm to spray it again. The smell is pretty strong so I want to be able to open the windows.
Im not sure what type of mite you have. it makes a difference on how you treat your environment. I wouldn't spray too much of the Cyonora and the insect growth regulator inside the house. Like I say, these mites don't travel very far from the host (you or your pets). So, just clean around the areas you frequent. I used the Cyonara and the insect growth regulator in the car, though, as my car is humid as all get out. there's a leak and i've literally tore up my car because of these mites, had to remove the carpet and that helped "some."

Buy some extra pillows and let your pillow sit unused for a while. Just let it sit somewhere like in the closet where no absolutely no host will be going into. mites will dry out on it. especially since you live up north where it's dry.

as a matter of fact, since you do live in a dry area, there are many things you don't have to worry about. As opposed to me, where you walk outside and get hit with humidity smack in the face (and sunshine).

it's easy to diagnose demodex. Scrap an area on your head that you KNOW is infested with mites. Buy a small microscope off the net. put some oil on the slide and scrape the scraping right on top of the oil. put it under the scope. if the mites look like a long cigar shape, you have an overload of demodex mites. this is all trial and error, etc.

for sarcops scabies, you just need a pocketscope that has anywhere from 60 to 100 times magnification. just scope your hand or arm. you will see plenty of stuff. it took me two years to see mine. they are much smaller than a spec of dirt "much" smaller.

It all depends on what is going on with you. and if you have pets with this or husband or kids, etc., your age, your work environment, reinfection at your job site, sharing desks, chairs, phones, computers, keyboards, microwave ovens, phones, your stress levels, your sleep habits, etc.

one of the posters on this forum told me that he was conferring with a doctor about his problem, and the doc told him that one of the best things you can do for your immunity is to run... run... sweat.. and run some more. It plays a huge part in detoxing and getting healthy.

yes, stress, worrying, this all needs to be put into perspective. The more you worry about getting rid of this, the worse you will get. Because mites absolutely love a stressed, hungry, unhealthy individual. Your mind and body go hand and hand. Once you get your head around the fact that these are just little buggies and that they won't kill you, you will RELAX and let go...

Parasites cannot live that well on an individual who is healthy.

Take a nap.

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VSS I will ck for derm mites. I purchased a microscope, but every time I would look at something under microscope it just looked like dirt not a mite or bug. I once brought something to a doc and she told me that it was a brown bug, but couldn't tell what kind because it was crushed. That was before I had done iver. I use to see little black specks as big as a >. I have not seen that for a while now. I guess that's good...

When I started this ordeal I was soo itching I would cry, but now I don't itch at all. So I'm grateful for that. I hope it's not derm mites I have read that they are really hard to control there population. Though Fred is not the most liked person on the thread I have purchased a few of the things he recommended to build up the immune system. I just started taking them last week so I hope they help.

Thanks again for your suggestions!!

Itchykay your stronger then you think!!
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VSS I will ck for derm mites. I purchased a microscope, but every time I would look at something under microscope it just looked like dirt not a mite or bug. I once brought something to a doc and she told me that it was a brown bug, but couldn't tell what kind because it was crushed. That was before I had done iver. I use to see little black specks as big as a >. I have not seen that for a while now. I guess that's good...
When I started this ordeal I was soo itching I would cry, but now I don't itch at all. So I'm grateful for that. I hope it's not derm mites I have read that they are really hard to control there population. Though Fred is not the most liked person on the thread I have purchased a few of the things he recommended to build up the immune system. I just started taking them last week so I hope they help.
Thanks again for your suggestions!!
Itchykay your stronger then you think!!
You can easily identify a demodex mite. They are larger than scabies and clearly visible under a microscope of about one hundred to two hundred times magnification. And they are so different looking than a scabies mite. I found some demodex in my cat's ear, and it looked just like the photos on the web.

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You can easily identify a demodex mite. They are larger than scabies and clearly visible under a microscope of about one hundred to two hundred times magnification. And they are so different looking than a scabies mite. I found some demodex in my cat's ear, and it looked just like the photos on the web.
I will ck this weekend.
I tired the happy jacks on Tuesday night. It dripped down my face and got in my eyes. I was in so much pain. I thought I was going to go blind. I won't do that again.:-(

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I tired the happy jacks on Tuesday night. It dripped down my face and got in my eyes. I was in so much pain. I thought I was going to go blind. I won't do that again.:-(
Oh God! I'm so sorry that happened.:( Bet it was terrifying.

I'm gonna hop on in this thread. Seems like support is something we all need right now. Still plucking away at these suckers. Just found out that my dog has big problems with these mites as well, I'm thinking that is how we keep getting reinfected with these things.
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You got what we call the BB burn. If the Benzyl Benzoate comes in contact with water and your skin, you get the BB burn. I got the BB burn a few times. It's not pleasant.

There are threads on this forum and all the information is in these threads.

http://www.topix.com/forumsearch/health/scabi...

Let me suggest this, if you do not know how to use these meds, just go to a clinic and let them prescribe the appropriate meds to treat your scabies. Better to be safe than sorry.

The permethrin that the doctors use to treat scabies is safe if used properly.

Benzyl Benzoate is a solvent. It is not prescribed here in the United States. There is a lotion that is sold overseas called Benzemul and it contains 25% BB.

I am not a doctor. I am only telling you what I have learned along the way. Always seek the advice from a professional medical doctor.

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Oh God! I'm so sorry that happened.:( Bet it was terrifying.
I'm gonna hop on in this thread. Seems like support is something we all need right now. Still plucking away at these suckers. Just found out that my dog has big problems with these mites as well, I'm thinking that is how we keep getting reinfected with these things.
It was pretty scary :-( I know if my husband was home the would have dragged me to the ER. Thank God I'm ok. Good luck at the vets let us know how it goes!!

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Hey all it's April a new month a new war plan...
The end of May for me will be 1 year when I started itching. The itch only got worse during the summer. Now I don't itch at all, my scars from scratching are mostly gone.:-) I feel about 90% better then i felt In August. My biggest problem now is my scalp and face. My face was crawling really bad this weekend. The crawling on my face stopped a while ago, but I guess it's back :-/ my scalp always felt crawling here and there. So I have a new plan, it's a 2 month plan so I'm hoping it works. If it does I will let you guys know!
I hope everyone is feeling better and killing these bastards! We will get better and live normal lives again.

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Hey all it's April a new month a new war plan...
The end of May for me will be 1 year when I started itching. The itch only got worse during the summer. Now I don't itch at all, my scars from scratching are mostly gone.:-) I feel about 90% better then i felt In August. My biggest problem now is my scalp and face. My face was crawling really bad this weekend. The crawling on my face stopped a while ago, but I guess it's back :-/ my scalp always felt crawling here and there. So I have a new plan, it's a 2 month plan so I'm hoping it works. If it does I will let you guys know!
I hope everyone is feeling better and killing these bastards! We will get better and live normal lives again.
Have you tried mixing sulfur with some conditioner (to make a 10% solution), putting on a shower cap, and leaving it on overnight? Use Vaseline or permethrin around your scalp just in case they decide to make a run for it. I did this a couple of times when I thought that I had them in my hair and it helped a lot.

I'm so glad you aren't as itchy! A new month, hopefully meaning closer to the end. Unfortunately, I have to cancel my vet appointment today. Two out of 3 kiddos are puking so that means a definite no go. I did, however, order a kit to test if either of my dogs have the MDR1 mutation to see if it's safe to give my dogs ivermectin. I am fairly certain they have some type of mite. My son INSTANTLY gets bites, red and itchy. I have been putting on permethrin (nervous paranoid mama), and it gets rid of it all instantly. Which, never happened before when we had full blown scabies.

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Have you tried mixing sulfur with some conditioner (to make a 10% solution), putting on a shower cap, and leaving it on overnight? Use Vaseline or permethrin around your scalp just in case they decide to make a run for it. I did this a couple of times when I thought that I had them in my hair and it helped a lot.
I'm so glad you aren't as itchy! A new month, hopefully meaning closer to the end. Unfortunately, I have to cancel my vet appointment today. Two out of 3 kiddos are puking so that means a definite no go. I did, however, order a kit to test if either of my dogs have the MDR1 mutation to see if it's safe to give my dogs ivermectin. I am fairly certain they have some type of mite. My son INSTANTLY gets bites, red and itchy. I have been putting on permethrin (nervous paranoid mama), and it gets rid of it all instantly. Which, never happened before when we had full blown scabies.
I never tired sulfur on my scalp. It's weird I don't feel itchy at all on my scalp, just crawling. Last night I added clove oil, neem, and coconut oil together and sprayed it all over my scalp. I left it on. The smell is not great. I feel self conscious being at work with this smell....going to see if it helps. I did put sulfur on my face Saturday night woke up and I look like I got a sun burn, my face looks really bad today.:-(

Sorry to hear the kids are sick. There was a bad stomach bug going around here. I hope they feel better soon. It sounds like your son is defiantly getting a reaction from your dog. I hope the iver helps the dogs. Take care of yourself also! Your a strong cookie! Keep fighting, praying we are just at the finish line!!

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This is a really nice thread to allow people to share an support each other..:)
Well i am going on 16 months fighting this, an I will say I am pretty much cleared up on my whole body except my scalp an face, I have been using 10% sulfur on my face an area which seems to help.
I have to wonder if maybe the members in my home are passing this back an forth though? I seems to be on the road to recovery then I get hit with a few red bumps on my face.:(
I have learned to not stress over them an not search the internet for hours an days at a time for a cure, I try an go on with my life daily an kind of put this nightmare behind me an treat them more aggressive when needed. I notice that alone has helped me alot in dealing with this.
Again great thread you have here, keep supporting one another it helps an I do believe everyone can be cured of this, good luck,:)

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This is a really nice thread to allow people to share an support each other..:)
Well i am going on 16 months fighting this, an I will say I am pretty much cleared up on my whole body except my scalp an face, I have been using 10% sulfur on my face an area which seems to help.
I have to wonder if maybe the members in my home are passing this back an forth though? I seems to be on the road to recovery then I get hit with a few red bumps on my face.:(
I have learned to not stress over them an not search the internet for hours an days at a time for a cure, I try an go on with my life daily an kind of put this nightmare behind me an treat them more aggressive when needed. I notice that alone has helped me alot in dealing with this.
Again great thread you have here, keep supporting one another it helps an I do believe everyone can be cured of this, good luck,:)
This is a great thread, when individuals are not arguing. It's great to read others stories and figure out what they are doing to get cured. We can all learn something from one another!
I'm in the same boat as you are, the body is clear just scalp and face. I most feel a crawling sensation :-( also my hair has been falling out. I think it might be demodex mites....which I read are hard to control. Funny thing my scalp does not crawl all the time. Maybe it could be sensitivity to mites. Who knows.
Good luck on your battle, keep us posted!

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Another thing group do not use neem or clove oil if you work in a cube environment! I basically had to leave work because soo many people kept passing by saying what's the smell :-( going back there tonight to febreeze the area. Sooo embarrassing!! Washing out my hair and I will only put this crap on me when I'm home on the weekends.:-(

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This is a really nice thread to allow people to share an support each other..:)
Well i am going on 16 months fighting this, an I will say I am pretty much cleared up on my whole body except my scalp an face, I have been using 10% sulfur on my face an area which seems to help.
I have to wonder if maybe the members in my home are passing this back an forth though? I seems to be on the road to recovery then I get hit with a few red bumps on my face.:(
I have learned to not stress over them an not search the internet for hours an days at a time for a cure, I try an go on with my life daily an kind of put this nightmare behind me an treat them more aggressive when needed. I notice that alone has helped me alot in dealing with this.
Again great thread you have here, keep supporting one another it helps an I do believe everyone can be cured of this, good luck,:)
It's not just a skin disease it runs throughout your body. You never will get past it just trying to treat your skin, never.

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