misery_in_au

Sydney, Australia

#662 Jan 12, 2013
cindilu wrote:
All together now....
LOL @ Cindy ;)
cured

Holly Springs, NC

#663 Jan 13, 2013
CURED.....HUMAWORM FOR INTERNAL PARASITRS WORKS GREAT.......AND ANYTHING FROM HELLO LIFE
cured

Holly Springs, NC

#664 Jan 13, 2013
I used DEFENDEX to finally get rid of scabies....free now for one year.

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#665 Jan 14, 2013
cured wrote:
I used DEFENDEX to finally get rid of scabies....free now for one year.
Wow that great. One year, good. As you still cured ?
Lora

Mooresville, NC

#666 Jan 14, 2013
Scabiesin shampoo is what i used to get rid of scabies on scalp. Ovante makes anti scabies shampoo and the hair conditiones. I just used the shampoo, may be this is why it took longer to get rid of scabies. They suggest to use the medicated conditioner for better efficacy though. Read more here about these two products - http://skinimprovements.com/head-scalp-hair-s...
dot

Detroit, MI

#667 Jan 16, 2013
Hi all, been dealing with this since last sept. Went to good derm. And think I'm almost clear. Post scabies crawlies is a nightmare, feels like they are back, hard not to start slathering more stuff on! Perm. Cream and peroxide/borax baths mess with nerve endings and it takes awhile to recover. Herx. Response plays into it also. I have to force myself not to go back in panic mode and spend more money i don't have! Jojoba oil is great for post irritation. Many of us have been scabie free and don't know it because of itch and crawlies post scabie syndrome. Last eve i put cornstarch in hair and in private area, took 2 benadryl and slept well. Finally! It takes courage and help from my Savior to stop using the harsh treatments for a few weeks, giving my body and skin time to heal! Using liver balance or liver cleanse helps and a good healthy diet, not too many sweets or greasy stuff. Hey, I lost 20 lbs. And spent over 2000.00$, praying i have learned great and mighty things!

Since: Jan 13

Rouses Point, New York

#669 Jan 16, 2013
Hi Dot. I pray you are free of this too.

Since: Apr 12

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#670 Jan 17, 2013
Still free of bites but I don't know if my wife will ever get over it. She is still using diatom powered on everything and washes bedding daily. We are both bite free but the damage has been unbelievable! I bet all in all it cost me $10,000 plus. And it may have cost my wife her sanity.

Since: Jan 13

Brooklyn, NY

#671 Jan 17, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
Still free of bites but I don't know if my wife will ever get over it. She is still using diatom powered on everything and washes bedding daily. We are both bite free but the damage has been unbelievable! I bet all in all it cost me $10,000 plus. And it may have cost my wife her sanity.
Langoliers, it's hard for her to let go.
Thanks for keeping us updated.
All the best to you and your wife.
Gene-ette

Since: Feb 11

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#672 Jan 17, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
Still free of bites but I don't know if my wife will ever get over it. She is still using diatom powered on everything and washes bedding daily. We are both bite free but the damage has been unbelievable! I bet all in all it cost me $10,000 plus. And it may have cost my wife her sanity.
Give her time to actually believe that you both are free and so is your house. We here can all understand how she feels. We will be praying for you and her. Thanks for sharing what helped you.
FRED

Denver, CO

#673 Jan 17, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
Still free of bites but I don't know if my wife will ever get over it. She is still using diatom powered on everything and washes bedding daily. We are both bite free but the damage has been unbelievable! I bet all in all it cost me $10,000 plus. And it may have cost my wife her sanity.
I've read all of your posts, ALL of them, just like I track ALL of the veterans here. You spent time talking about and theorizing about the long red scratches.
I'll post my response to "misery in au" on the borax thread.
misery_in_au wrote:
thats odd- actually did have one scratch on stomach tonight- on it was a dead mite (the bird mites are larger and more visible than scabies)
my response;
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
Get yourself an eye loupe 20x and take a close look at that "mite". The fibers wind themselves into tight little balls. Then go find an entomology website or a medical website and post it here saying that the scratch is attributed to any species of mites. The people on the imidacloprid thread that all experienced the long red scratches ,none of them said they had bird mites.

You would think these people would know;

http://birdmites.org/

How strange that these people on the morgellons forum are all experiencing the long red scratches.

http://www.morgellons-disease-research.com/Mo...

Welcome to the club.
In addition;
FRED wrote:
<quoted text>
Send your samples here. I'd love to here the results, when you give us a report please include the lab sample number.
http://medent.usyd.edu.au/bedbug/about.htm
Instead of just reacting please don't rule it out , give it some thought.

P.S. If you go do the research and decide to accept it then I have found the most progressive treatment for it on the planet. Read my posts from 3 Dec froward on the Borax thread, also it has nothing to do with borax, read all the posts and all the links , your answer is there.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#674 Jan 17, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
Still free of bites but I don't know if my wife will ever get over it. She is still using diatom powered on everything and washes bedding daily. We are both bite free but the damage has been unbelievable! I bet all in all it cost me $10,000 plus. And it may have cost my wife her sanity.
I can only imagine! I'm not 100% free and I feel like I could never be the same! How long have you been bite free? You had bird mites? Glad you and your wife are doing well. I hope you never get another bite.
Emma

Concord, CA

#676 Jan 22, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
Here is so photo's of the mites I have caught so far. Please not the legs of the light brown on are curled up but you can still see them and they are long.
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...
How much magnification do you need to take these pics? Can you suggest brand/model for a hand held microscopic camera? It would be really helpful. I'm not sure what to get...

Since: Apr 12

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#677 Jan 22, 2013
Emma wrote:
<quoted text>How much magnification do you need to take these pics? Can you suggest brand/model for a hand held microscopic camera? It would be really helpful. I'm not sure what to get...
I got mine on eBay 500x SVP DMS 40
It works pretty good it has lights that light it up and a zoom button focus ring around lens. Eats up batteries pretty fast though. It uses a memory card.

Good luck.
TotallyFdUp

Banning, CA

#678 Jan 23, 2013
Langoliers, she will get over it. it will just take some time. I promise you!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#679 Jan 23, 2013
TotallyFdUp wrote:
Langoliers, she will get over it. it will just take some time. I promise you!
Thanks
Emma

Concord, CA

#680 Jan 23, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>
I got mine on eBay 500x SVP DMS 40
It works pretty good it has lights that light it up and a zoom button focus ring around lens. Eats up batteries pretty fast though. It uses a memory card.
Good luck.
Thank you for the quick reply and the info!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#681 Jan 23, 2013
Emma wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for the quick reply and the info!
No problem.
Lora

Mooresville, NC

#682 Jan 30, 2013
all the discussions about permethrine and ivermectin being effective in killing scabies are blown out of proportions. i think that before using any of these products we need to prepare ourselves for possible side effects. i myself went ahead and blindly used both realizing after few month that scabies did not go anywhere/ here is a blog where people discuss natural ways of eliminating scabies - http://skinimprovements.com - now, looking back to my treatments i wish i had found the alternave anti scabies methods,

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#683 Jan 30, 2013
Lora wrote:
all the discussions about permethrine and ivermectin being effective in killing scabies are blown out of proportions. i think that before using any of these products we need to prepare ourselves for possible side effects. i myself went ahead and blindly used both realizing after few month that scabies did not go anywhere/ here is a blog where people discuss natural ways of eliminating scabies - http://skinimprovements.com - now, looking back to my treatments i wish i had found the alternave anti scabies methods,
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