Scabies-10yr and finally seeing a change!!

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Since: Mar 12

Honolulu, HI

#1 Mar 6, 2012
I have been maintaining my scabies with everything from the dr. prescribed poison to tea tree oil. I’ve tried all stop products they still were to chemical to me. Then I tried Scabies Killer with the hot enzyme bath and hot oil bath. The enzymes were ok and I loved the hot oil bath. But after two baths they were still there. So I suffered another year and tried again this time I started looking at different enzymes after going to pet and feed stores locally I went to amazon and on line. And I think after 20+ tries I like the ones below. This is my routine:
I’ve been using Diatomaceous Earth for years, it keeps the fleas out and I put it on myself before dressing, in shoes, sox, carpet, box spring, mattress, sheets, under quilt, under car mats, car seat covers. I spray same areas with enzymes I have two 32oz spray bottles, one contains the Pet Force sometimes full strength sometimes cut half with warm water. I use this for humans, above and under clothes, along with the DE. The Kleen Free same thing sometimes full strength sometimes half and half. I also put 4-6 oz. per load of laundry in hot to warm and let soak till cool then let it go through cycle and right before spin I stop and add another oz. and let it spin and then dry for 30 to 1 hr. with a few sprinkles in the dryer of the DE. I soak at night with 16 oz. in tub of hot water sometimes in morning for at least 30 min but mostly an hour if water gets cool I let out half add 8oz more of enzymes and add more hot water. I use Pet Force one time and BAC out next and then Kleen Green. It works for me. If I was to pick one it would be BAC Out but if you have sensitive skin go with Kleen Green. Give it a month and you will see a HUGE difference. Do not miss a day it will only take longer. Also I mix the DE 1 tsp. to start 1 week and add a little more every week till up to a table spoon 3 xs a day and this WILL help move them out faster. PLS go to the web sites and read ‘it will guide you. Good luck!!!
www.healthyfoodforpets.com Pet Force-my favorite for soaking, works aggressively when the water is warm to hot.$28 per gal (Have very good info on product uses.)
www.amazon.com Bac Out by bio clean- my second choice for soaking, also works better and much stronger then Pet Force. DO NOT GET IN EYES it will munch on your eyes, and you will have blurred vision for a day, neutralize with cool water and contact 911/poison control. 4 Gallons 109.00
Kleen Green by natural genesis-my third choice for soaking, very similar to scabies killer enzymes,$75. Per gal
Kleen Free-same company but they do not sell any more some other company does affiliates. It’s not as refined but works well. I use this for cleaning, laundry, and dog.$69. Per gallon
Diatomaceous Earth by Natures Wisdom-$23. For 10 lbs. order the shaker and sprinkle everywhere. And great for use on everyone in house, kids, hubby, dog, and drinking it in water 2-3 times a day.
Hopeful

Saint Albans, VT

#2 Mar 7, 2012
So this is how we live from now on? Maintain the population? I am using the Kleen Green to a half gallon as rinse and air dry. It seems to be the best for me. I use IG regulator mixed with viper insect killer equal parts for home and car.along with neem soap and shampoo, conditioner and lotion. Athletes foot creme on feet before bed and always, always wear latex gloves at home.
The sulfur and bleach just got to too toxic, but did work, couldn't tell difference between dry skin itch and mite. I take plenty of supplements, msm pills, clove oil, iodine, coconut oil, ect, ect.
I keep looking for Fred or some other hard core hitter to get the home run for the team that makes us all healed. I know it's coming. Just hope we all don't have to give up our lives to get there or left with yet another life struggle.
toosoontotell

Lowell, MA

#3 Mar 7, 2012
Is Fred still on this thread?

Since: Mar 12

Honolulu, HI

#4 Mar 7, 2012
No, it was maintaining, in till I started doing the nightly soaks for the last month. I really believe for me it's the beginning of the end of these things. I don't know for sure because I've only been doing it for a month, but since I started a month ago I do not feel what I use to. And I see changes for the better. Like them leaving my body, starting with my back which now I do not feel or see anything there. I also was desensitized because of them and how many. I guess I had a low resistance to pain, now I get a paper cut or pluck my eyebrows and it hurts again. I'm so sorry I came across as this was yet another maintenance routine. Please forgive me. And by no means was I trying to make it harder. I was just hoping that maybe I could give someone the same feeling of progress. My body is now finally joining the fight and attacking them with its own antibodies when before it seemed like it just accepted it. I knew if I kept trying I would come across something, and if someone out there is like me and wants to try it, great. But I had to condense 25000 characters into 4000 with spaces so I had to leave out some details. And as far as giving up my life, it got so bad with me I did give up my life and spent my time experimenting and researching. And now that I see a difference I felt I would share while going through it. I planned on adding what to use to help with the removal and how to actually see them without microscope. And a daily journal of what I see going on while their dying and coming to the surface. But only if I get some feedback, otherwise what’s the purpose if no one’s going to use the info when I can share where it’s going to be useful.:)
the cure

United States

#5 Mar 7, 2012
120° hot water for 10 mins will kill scabies mites!!!:) use hot rags on affected areas. If its on your entire body 120° bath but hard to do!
Scabies Victim

Medellín, Colombia

#6 Oct 31, 2012
the cure wrote:
120° hot water for 10 mins will kill scabies mites!!!:) use hot rags on affected areas. If its on your entire body 120° bath but hard to do!
Sorry: Is that 120 farenheit, or 120 celsius ?
Ghon

Saint Petersburg, FL

#7 Oct 31, 2012
Hot water will just damage your skin. Your skin is a living organ. Don't damage it!
Ryan

Thunder Bay, Canada

#8 Nov 2, 2012
Sulfur is actually the best treatment for scabies because;

A) It penetrates the skin well.
B) It can be used on consecutive days unlike pesticide based lotions.
C) It is all natural.
D) It gets deep enough to kill both scabies and eggs.

Sulfur creams are even used in more advanced scabies cases where pesticide lotions fail! If you have used Permethrin creams twice 7 days apart and you still have active scabies you should use sulfur treatments!

Source: http://ScabiesHelpNow.com
Greg

Pittsburg, CA

#11 Oct 10, 2013
I don't understand the abrevations I have had these things for 3 years and I can't get rid of them please help. I am looking into Scabies killer products do they work or are they a scam!
scabied out

Grand Rapids, MI

#12 Oct 18, 2013
I had them for two months got rid of them finally by going to a sulphur hot springs. ivermectin, Pin Ex, Permetherin, Lindain and all of the things I tired from the blogs did not work. I got them back four months later. I have taken 12 doses for 12 mg Ivermectin, 2 tubes permetherin, 10% sulphur, neem oil, Benzo benzate, tea trea oil, pin X, hydrogen peroxide-Thousands of $'s. Dermatologist does not know shit. I am so over it. I did not get it from direct skin contact either time. I am terrified if I ever get rid of it that I will get it again from a chair or a bed. I don't know what the hell to do. I am an RN and work at the Health Dept I think I got here here, there were other cases. they told me to stfu and not tell anyone or I will be fired (I am management) CDC doesn't know a thing-I am fucked-and I work for our government!! Good luck to all of you-worst thing I have ever had!
Been there

Houston, TX

#13 Oct 22, 2013
scabied out wrote:
I had them for two months got rid of them finally by going to a sulphur hot springs. ivermectin, Pin Ex, Permetherin, Lindain and all of the things I tired from the blogs did not work. I got them back four months later. I have taken 12 doses for 12 mg Ivermectin, 2 tubes permetherin, 10% sulphur, neem oil, Benzo benzate, tea trea oil, pin X, hydrogen peroxide-Thousands of $'s. Dermatologist does not know shit. I am so over it. I did not get it from direct skin contact either time. I am terrified if I ever get rid of it that I will get it again from a chair or a bed. I don't know what the hell to do. I am an RN and work at the Health Dept I think I got here here, there were other cases. they told me to stfu and not tell anyone or I will be fired (I am management) CDC doesn't know a thing-I am fucked-and I work for our government!! Good luck to all of you-worst thing I have ever had!
So the sulfur hotvsprings worked and you are better? everyone, I feel your pain. I've had some kind of cat mite for 8 years and still fighting it. It has been the worst nightmare ever. I got it from a stray cat. I moved twice, the second time after my own cat passed away. I've thrown out most of my clothes and am now sleeping on a camping mat, threw out all the furniture. I found the very best laundry product is de- mite get it on Amazon it really works!! I'm no longer getting reinfected from clothes. I use the de-mite plus 20 mule team borax plus seventh generation laundry detergent. Then dry on super hot but the de-mite even works for clothes that can't be dried on high. I've tried every chemical treatment too (tons of prescription perm and at least 6 doses of ivermectin) and nothing has eradicated it, the permethrin helps the most but then I keep getting reinfected or maybe it's never quite gone. But now I am determined and I feel like it has to go away eventually with the following: DE sprinkled on worst spots of skin overnight, the laundry products above, powder sulfur mixed into Vaseline, put it on thick at night all over body, or other sulfur ointments, plus for the face, Magritte zinc cream works great. I still have to get it out of my work environment unfortunately they put carpet in my office recently even though I asked not to have it, now I will have to put powder dust mite control down and bring my own vacuum. I do spray my area at work with alcohol and Eco friendly Clove oil spray but still got crawled on by the end of day yesterday somehow. Good luck to everyone keep up the fight we can win this war.
Itchy in TX

Austin, TX

#14 May 17, 2014
scabied out wrote:
I had them for two months got rid of them finally by going to a sulphur hot springs. ivermectin, Pin Ex, Permetherin, Lindain and all of the things I tired from the blogs did not work. I got them back four months later. I have taken 12 doses for 12 mg Ivermectin, 2 tubes permetherin, 10% sulphur, neem oil, Benzo benzate, tea trea oil, pin X, hydrogen peroxide-Thousands of $'s. Dermatologist does not know shit. I am so over it. I did not get it from direct skin contact either time. I am terrified if I ever get rid of it that I will get it again from a chair or a bed. I don't know what the hell to do. I am an RN and work at the Health Dept I think I got here here, there were other cases. they told me to stfu and not tell anyone or I will be fired (I am management) CDC doesn't know a thing-I am fucked-and I work for our government!! Good luck to all of you-worst thing I have ever had!
I'm also an RN, I got them from a patient with the crusted kind...I was working home health and I thought he had eczema. They didn't teach me about that in nursing school. Orange oil has been my saving grace...but I am battling them really bad now....I washed some old laundry that was bagged up and there were some sweaty workout pants in there.tgey love moisture do I figure they multiplied in there...I hadn't realized my energy efficient washer washes luke warm on the hottest setting. I got so grossed out I threw out tons of clothes and all my bed sheets. Am sleeping on some new ones from Walmart tonight.

Anyway, posting this and hoping we all get to recovery pretty soon

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