Scabies on face and scalp?
Geraldad

Manassas, VA

#923 Aug 15, 2014
Marie wrote:
I've did over 20 treatments for scabies. N in my hair is where there don't want die. I'm going crazy. Feel suicidal! Cause nothing is working.
Shave your head! Like Ripley in Aliens^3. Don't ever commit suicide!

Hair will grow back, you won't!
Geraldad

Manassas, VA

#924 Aug 15, 2014
Here's my overall approach. I am one month into scabies.

I am treating this with a six sigma approach, and I believe the solution is to find the right cocktail of ingredients, plus completely eliminating their presence in the environment.

My method approach so far:

1) Blow-up-bed, plastic- spray it with permetherin daily, hose it off every 2 days
2) Bedding gets baked at 250F in the oven for 20 minutes - daily
3) Vacuum and throw away the bag every 2 days (spray vacuum with perm)
4) Cover lazy boy chair with sheet, bake the sheet every day at 250F, spray chair with perm
5) Bake dirty clothes before hamper at 250F daily
6) Development a treatment regimen
1) Topical
a) All over body, Perm, benzyl benzoate, frontline plus, pool clorine baths, ivermectin
b) Spot treatments Perm, Benz, Fipr, Cl baths, itchthammol, ivermectin
2) Internal treatments
a) Oral ivermectin 2ml
b) Enema ivermectin 1ml
7) House
1) Treatments
a) Foggers (initially and maybe as a regimen)
b) Sulfur candles i.e. Sulfur Dioxide gas.
*c) Treat driveway with pressure sprayer
* Received scabies from cow manure, they cross my driveway and the dirt poor VA farmers don't treat these animals!
8) Car
1) Permetherin spray
2) Sulfur candles

My blisters are greatly decreased, but I am sure I got a resistant strain from livestock manure when I was working on my pickup truck, underneath it for hours. The cattle cross my long driveway and I run over their pies sometimes. Now I spray the drive with a mixture of bleach and permetherin weekly via a hand held pump sprayer..

Doctors are dumb when it comes to this plague. I am sure the doc thought I caught this from a hooker, many believe it is an STD because it also gets passed in that way.

People need to understand they are at war with a strong enemy. Do what you need to do to win this war. I am considering injections of ivermectin if I cannot cure myself with the above method, but I will reserve this for the next couple weeks. I do believe I am winning.

Available pesticides for topical use:
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm...
sandi

Phoenix, AZ

#925 Aug 18, 2014
Alhatesitchin wrote:
<quoted text>Oh they go there!! I found a burrow on my face!! I know they go to your scalp too.. Think about it when there is skin they will go there.. Mites dont care as long as its skin.. I think the old thining is that due to oily face and scalp that the mites wont go there.. Also when you scratch you detach mites and its under your finger nails and if you scratch your head or face on accident the goes the mites in that area.. Basically you helped the scabies transfer to new area.. This is why you want to clean your nails all the time everyday..
I caught a mite on my face now I am treating my face with borox and peroxide as well as my body. I now have scabs on my face. I can't think of anything else to do. I also tried bleach. The bleach I rub pn my hands in the morning let dry and then rub them together and every morning rub my hands and several mites from my hands. I will do this every morning, I am so tired of of constantly changing my sheets and doing laundry. I am very tired. Any suggestions?
Dancesilly2

Cape Coral, FL

#926 Aug 18, 2014
sandi wrote:
<quoted text>
I caught a mite on my face now I am treating my face with borox and peroxide as well as my body. I now have scabs on my face. I can't think of anything else to do. I also tried bleach. The bleach I rub pn my hands in the morning let dry and then rub them together and every morning rub my hands and several mites from my hands. I will do this every morning, I am so tired of of constantly changing my sheets and doing laundry. I am very tired. Any suggestions?
If you can see the bugs they are not scabies mites. The scabies mites are microscopic and cannot be seen by the naked eye. If you can actually see them, they are most probably fleas or body lice. You may also have a bed bug problem. Good luck.
Joanne

Redwood City, CA

#928 Aug 19, 2014
soxcat wrote:
I’m sorry but I very upset by all this. I don’t know about any of you but I pay alot for my medical plan and now it is mandated. Funny just when I said I don't want it. Why can ebolla be cured in 2 days and all these people are suffering?? There is a simple, cost effective, and most importantly non-invasive procedure that, according to my research, could solve most problems.
It is a Trichoscope/Dermascope. I'd propose every Dermatologist learn how to use one especially if I'm paying for this sh..!
My problems started with mandated vaccines 5 years ago which makes me even more mad, but what makes me infuriated is how will this affect our children someday. Not only the condition in it self but what we as Americans are willing to settle for in our medical care and the amount requested to pay for it.
See for me, although I have no clue what this is there are wounds mostly in my scalp and arms w/ a ton of circle like scars (and i mean I am pretty scarred up forever and it hasn't given me a break yet). I went to 8 Derms and wonder if they'd even know if I had head lice let alone scabies (which I don't think I do and just making a point). Now get this, after 6 Derms I waited approx 6 months to get into a place for a Trichoscope/dermascope (7th Derm). Based on my history of no success and failed treatment w/out diagnostic confirmation i felt it would be a no brainer. Never did I think it was optional for the medical provider to decide regarding a non invasive procedure especially when I'm paying for it. Well, to my dismay I was refused and instead given another trial and error which ended up being a big error. Low and behold the provider subsequently lost my records too.
Now, I have not seen any fibers come out of me (yet), but during that timeframe (approx 3 years ago) there was a pending study being done by the CDC. To me, and under the circumstances of 6 previous Derms and pending CDC study, I think it would have been imperative to use a scope. But all of a sudden you can cure F'in ebola in a snap for 2 people (and wait i'm sure a vaccine will be prepared now that everyone is scared resulting in making someone rich).
We all know the outcome of that study and I like you don't have fibers, but have some feeling that that pending study along with many other ailments on line (scalp scabies, bird mites, IBBS, Morgellons, etc) prevented the Scope. WTF! We as a group need to ban together and demand that we get the appropriate treatment that we not only are paying for but mandated to do so to boot!
Please research the procedure to see for yourself as I would imagine it would solve all these different complaints (if different).
We need to do this to protect our future generations (children, etc) and not give the Government this much control.
I agree with you. US doctors do not even treat this at all, and they have no protocol for it. Even if they admitted it is real, they have no cures for it. Why am I paying for Blue Cross and I don't dare go to the doctor because they won't treat it and they will put it in my medical record that I have parasite psychosis. These bugs are as real as can be, I have been vacuuming them up off of the floor for 8 months now, yet I can't get any help. I am going to die from it, obviously and no one cares. And, Morgellons is ramped in So. America, how many millions of illegals have come in here from So. America unchecked? I picked this up just from moving into an apartment in Las Vegas. Something in the carpets kept biting me and within a week they were all over my body. I can't get any help from doctors at all, and Vegas is a place where people come in from all over the world, stay in hotels and the locals clean the hotel rooms. I bet the person renting the apartment before me picked up Morgellons from one of the hotel rooms. No help at all from doctors, it is third world medical care for a disease coming in from third world countries.
Itchy99

San Jose, CA

#929 Aug 20, 2014
christines_crawlies wrote:
It seems the overall consensus is that doctors nowadays have vastly outdated knowledge when it comes to our lovely little mites. However, I wanted to clarify one thing before I wage all-out war on my microscopic enemies:
I have been told by every doctor that I have seen, nurses, friends, and every website on scabies I've visited that, due to acidity levels on the face and scalp, scabies just don't like it and won't take root there.
What are your experiences with this? Have you had burrows/bumps/other symptoms on these areas? Do you treat your face and scalp with the same products as the rest of your body if you do treat them? Have you been cured without treating your face and scalp?
Shop for some organic cold pressed tea tree oil and apply it to your face.mix a lil clove oil with the tea tree oil and apply to scalp..the clove oil
Is way to strong for your face..so only on your scalp. Wash your face with sulfer soap and leave on for at least 5 minutes before you rinse off..try and avoid eye contact with all this stuff. Also, Purell anti bac gel will help the crawling on the scalp too. At night you can apply a mixture of sulfur of flowers (powder) and coconut oil to your face...all of this is pretty messy..it's just the way it is, do the best you can.
Itchy99

San Jose, CA

#930 Aug 20, 2014
Geraldad wrote:
Here's my overall approach. I am one month into scabies.
I am treating this with a six sigma approach, and I believe the solution is to find the right cocktail of ingredients, plus completely eliminating their presence in the environment.
My method approach so far:
1) Blow-up-bed, plastic- spray it with permetherin daily, hose it off every 2 days
2) Bedding gets baked at 250F in the oven for 20 minutes - daily
3) Vacuum and throw away the bag every 2 days (spray vacuum with perm)
4) Cover lazy boy chair with sheet, bake the sheet every day at 250F, spray chair with perm
5) Bake dirty clothes before hamper at 250F daily
6) Development a treatment regimen
1) Topical
a) All over body, Perm, benzyl benzoate, frontline plus, pool clorine baths, ivermectin
b) Spot treatments Perm, Benz, Fipr, Cl baths, itchthammol, ivermectin
2) Internal treatments
a) Oral ivermectin 2ml
b) Enema ivermectin 1ml
7) House
1) Treatments
a) Foggers (initially and maybe as a regimen)
b) Sulfur candles i.e. Sulfur Dioxide gas.
*c) Treat driveway with pressure sprayer
* Received scabies from cow manure, they cross my driveway and the dirt poor VA farmers don't treat these animals!
8) Car
1) Permetherin spray
2) Sulfur candles
My blisters are greatly decreased, but I am sure I got a resistant strain from livestock manure when I was working on my pickup truck, underneath it for hours. The cattle cross my long driveway and I run over their pies sometimes. Now I spray the drive with a mixture of bleach and permetherin weekly via a hand held pump sprayer..
Doctors are dumb when it comes to this plague. I am sure the doc thought I caught this from a hooker, many believe it is an STD because it also gets passed in that way.
People need to understand they are at war with a strong enemy. Do what you need to do to win this war. I am considering injections of ivermectin if I cannot cure myself with the above method, but I will reserve this for the next couple weeks. I do believe I am winning.
Available pesticides for topical use:
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm...
You need to get a referral to see an infectious disease specialist. You need to clean your body from the inside out, take the proper supplements and tinctures as described in Fred's and Lotus fan's earlier posts...I would recommend you do some cleansing a as well. Clove pills, clove oil mixed with a carrier oil and tea tree oil as well as homemade sulfur creams help for skin relief. The clove pills kill any eggs in your blood and help with the skin symptoms as well...garlic capsules as well. It's not so much as what's in your environment it's what's inside your skin..scabies, even if you kill off the mites with everything your doing will turn into Lyme disease...please read the posts untold you about, it's really the only way to get well. Drink
Lots of fruit pectin water for cleansing..Good luck..
Itchy99

San Jose, CA

#931 Aug 20, 2014
Marie wrote:
I've did over 20 treatments for scabies. N in my hair is where there don't want die. I'm going crazy. Feel suicidal! Cause nothing is working.
Antibacterial gel helps with the itching and crawling on scalp, as a temporary relief...this will help you get some sleep.
Itchy99

San Jose, CA

#932 Aug 20, 2014
infested wrote:
The medical professionals know nothing about scabies they should listen to people who are infested and learn from there.
you have to ask family docs and internists to refer you to an infectious disease specialist...these are the only docs that understand scabies and Lyme disease. The kicker is getting your doc to refer you to one...stay positive.
Itchy99

San Jose, CA

#933 Aug 20, 2014
Dancesilly2 wrote:
<quoted text>
If you can see the bugs they are not scabies mites. The scabies mites are microscopic and cannot be seen by the naked eye. If you can actually see them, they are most probably fleas or body lice. You may also have a bed bug problem. Good luck.
Yes you can see scabies, if you suffocate them they come out..I'm living proof of that..they have also surfaced for many people when they have done anise and oregano oil baths..or bleach baths. Create a Mixture of sulfur of flowers (powder) and coconut oil, apply it at night to your feet, cover with socks or plastic but apply a thick coating before hand...eventually you will see these bugs come out.
Itchy99

San Jose, CA

#934 Aug 20, 2014
Marie wrote:
I've did over 20 treatments for scabies. N in my hair is where there don't want die. I'm going crazy. Feel suicidal! Cause nothing is working.
Clove oil mixed with a carrier oil fir the scalp...anti bad gel also helps for the itching and crawling too. The clove oil will kill the mites..Just be careful to mix it with carrier oil. Take clove pills internally to kill infection and eggs. Good luck.
dancesilly2

Cape Coral, FL

#935 Aug 20, 2014
Geraldad wrote:
Here's my overall approach. I am one month into scabies.
I am treating this with a six sigma approach, and I believe the solution is to find the right cocktail of ingredients, plus completely eliminating their presence in the environment.
My method approach so far:
1) Blow-up-bed, plastic- spray it with permetherin daily, hose it off every 2 days
2) Bedding gets baked at 250F in the oven for 20 minutes - daily
3) Vacuum and throw away the bag every 2 days (spray vacuum with perm)
4) Cover lazy boy chair with sheet, bake the sheet every day at 250F, spray chair with perm
5) Bake dirty clothes before hamper at 250F daily
6) Development a treatment regimen
1) Topical
a) All over body, Perm, benzyl benzoate, frontline plus, pool clorine baths, ivermectin
b) Spot treatments Perm, Benz, Fipr, Cl baths, itchthammol, ivermectin
2) Internal treatments
a) Oral ivermectin 2ml
b) Enema ivermectin 1ml
7) House
1) Treatments
a) Foggers (initially and maybe as a regimen)
b) Sulfur candles i.e. Sulfur Dioxide gas.
*c) Treat driveway with pressure sprayer
* Received scabies from cow manure, they cross my driveway and the dirt poor VA farmers don't treat these animals!
8) Car
1) Permetherin spray
2) Sulfur candles
My blisters are greatly decreased, but I am sure I got a resistant strain from livestock manure when I was working on my pickup truck, underneath it for hours. The cattle cross my long driveway and I run over their pies sometimes. Now I spray the drive with a mixture of bleach and permetherin weekly via a hand held pump sprayer..
Doctors are dumb when it comes to this plague. I am sure the doc thought I caught this from a hooker, many believe it is an STD because it also gets passed in that way.
People need to understand they are at war with a strong enemy. Do what you need to do to win this war. I am considering injections of ivermectin if I cannot cure myself with the above method, but I will reserve this for the next couple weeks. I do believe I am winning.
Available pesticides for topical use:
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm...
Your treatment is pretty extensive and might be a tad overly reactive. But what you are doing should get rid of them, but please do your regimen with this in mind: Scabies cannot be transmitted from cow manure. They are a HUMAN TRANSMITTED DISEASE. ONLY! You get it from another person directly (skin to skin) or from their bedding. So even though you are treating yourself and your environment, if you expose yourself to the person who gave it to you originally you will get re infested. Over and over again. And don't poison yourself. Talking about injecting ivermectin is crazy. If you kill yourself in the process you will definitely get rid of the disease but you won't be around to enjoy the fact. Permethryn and Ivermectin are strong drugs and they are controlled for a reason. Find a doctor who knows what he is talking about, I went through 8 doctors and am still looking. Dermatologists are useless, you have to find an infectious disease doctor who will take your case. I'm now going through the VA, and hopefully see a doctor who isn't as concerned about cosmetic enhancements and will treat me correctly. Good luck.
dancesilly2

Cape Coral, FL

#936 Aug 20, 2014
Itchy99 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes you can see scabies, if you suffocate them they come out..I'm living proof of that..they have also surfaced for many people when they have done anise and oregano oil baths..or bleach baths. Create a Mixture of sulfur of flowers (powder) and coconut oil, apply it at night to your feet, cover with socks or plastic but apply a thick coating before hand...eventually you will see these bugs come out.
If you are superman with xray vision, then I would say yes you probably did see them. But they are MICROSCOPIC. You can see them with a microscope only not with the naked eye. You are spreading wrong information. What you are seeing is something else, not scabies. Did you look at them under a microscope and confirm that they are mites?? Because that's the only way you will be able to know for sure.
FRED

Hollywood, FL

#937 Aug 20, 2014
No FRED not true. You DONT get lyme from scabies. This happened to you and no one else on this forum. I see that THUNDER BAY CANADA is posting. They are one of the most active spammers on this forum for years. Fred, why are you advocating clove oil????
FRED

Hollywood, FL

#938 Aug 20, 2014
They can also be transmitted from dog to human. From human to cat. From cat to human. They are zoonotic. Use this word fred. You never use zoonotic dumb fck.
dancesilly2

Cape Coral, FL

#940 Aug 22, 2014
FRED wrote:
They can also be transmitted from dog to human. From human to cat. From cat to human. They are zoonotic. Use this word fred. You never use zoonotic dumb fck.
NO, this is a different kind of mite, NOT Sarcoptes scabiei. You guys need to get educated before posting here and spreading wrong information. There is a mite that will transmit from animal to human (mange) but only while the person is residing with the animal, and that is a temporary infestation, not permanent like with the Sarcoptes scabiei. Scabies can only be transmitted from human to human. Or from bedding, furniture, clothing to human. And the exposure has to be within three days or the mites will die. You can't get this type of mite from pets, cow manure, or birds (bird mites area also a different species). You CAN get it from infected bedding, clothing, car seats, furniture and of course skin to skin contact. This mite is a slow moving, crawling critter that cannot jump or fly. It needs human skin to live within three days or it will die. Very high temperatures also will kill it (120 degrees or higher). Cold temps will force it to go dormant but won't necessarily kill it. They lay eggs under your skin and you cannot see them, despite what you read here. They are microscopic, like bacteria. You cannot even see them on crusted scabies patients and they have millions of mites on them. All you see is the body's immune response (the crusting of the skin). Dust mites are a different species and do not burrow through your skin like Scabies does, but also causes an allergic reaction. So you can take your "zoonotic" and shove it, speaking of 'dumb fck"....
Jen

Cortland, NY

#941 Aug 22, 2014
Amen dancesilly!! Some people, I tell ya!
Chacha

Greendale, WI

#942 Aug 26, 2014
christines_crawlies wrote:
It seems the overall consensus is that doctors nowadays have vastly outdated knowledge when it comes to our lovely little mites. However, I wanted to clarify one thing before I wage all-out war on my microscopic enemies:
I have been told by every doctor that I have seen, nurses, friends, and every website on scabies I've visited that, due to acidity levels on the face and scalp, scabies just don't like it and won't take root there.
What are your experiences with this? Have you had burrows/bumps/other symptoms on these areas? Do you treat your face and scalp with the same products as the rest of your body if you do treat them? Have you been cured without treating your face and scalp?
I had them on my face, scalp and in my nose in my ears, and rectum as well as all over my body. Do not use the cream on scalp!! I got rid of scabies when a dermatologist gave me Prendnisone, it still takes a month, depends how long you've had them buggers...
dancesilly2

Cape Coral, FL

#943 Aug 26, 2014
Chacha wrote:
<quoted text>
I had them on my face, scalp and in my nose in my ears, and rectum as well as all over my body. Do not use the cream on scalp!! I got rid of scabies when a dermatologist gave me Prendnisone, it still takes a month, depends how long you've had them buggers...
Prednisone is a steroid and will help with itching but will NOT kill scabies. Permethryn cream and/or ivermectin is the prescribed treatment.
zoonotic mites

Norcross, GA

#944 Aug 30, 2014
Dear dancesilly,
First off, you didn't need to go into this very lengthy explanation of mites. I was only referring to these zoonotic mites which are passed from animals to humans and vice versa. There have been many people on this forum who contracted mites from dogs, cats, and rabbits. The literature states that these types of mites may only occupy a human for a day or two, but don't actually reproduce on humans. This is simply not true. They can and do totally infest humans. And it is usually women who have gone through menopause and those who are immunocompromised. The traditional miticides just don't work for these people. There are many factors concerning this.
So, you also can take your dust mites and stick them where the sun doesn't shine. Google zoonotic mites. Do your research before you go making your lengthy good-for-nothing posts. There is no way in hell that you know anything about this unless you have researched it and experienced this for yourself.

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