how do i get rid of scabies once and ...
Jenny

East Northport, NY

#3481 Apr 17, 2013
This site shows great step by step instructions! Get rid of scabies ONCE AND FOR ALL!!:)

http://voices.yahoo.com/how-rid-scabies-11879...
healed

United States

#3482 Apr 17, 2013
Adana, don't speak that. I am praying for you. We must trust God. He is still healing people. We just have to believe.

Since: Oct 09

Augusta, Georgia

#3483 Apr 18, 2013
I have had this for eight years. I treat every year several times. Finally this year, I decided that I will die before I treat and I am diabetic. Watch to see if I do or not. No, won't treat, Jenny. I'm suffering instead UNTIL I get a diagnosis. I won't be called delutional one more time.
umathr

New Market, MD

#3484 Apr 18, 2013
Adana wrote:
I have had this for eight years. I treat every year several times. Finally this year, I decided that I will die before I treat and I am diabetic. Watch to see if I do or not. No, won't treat, Jenny. I'm suffering instead UNTIL I get a diagnosis. I won't be called delutional one more time.
I hope that you know whether or not you have scabies, and that you do not need a diagnosis. I have had scabies for about the same time that you have. I use sulfur soap along with aloe vera gel, and this works for me it is also affordable. Most recently I got rid of all symptoms, although I knew they were not all gone I became lax in my treatment and now I have symptoms again and will be upping the treatment. There is also an herbal treatment that I have not tried but will be trying just to help. It is wormwood which is anti parasite that you take internally it is also cheap. You can get the aloe gel and the wormwood from piping rock vitamins online, I suggest lily of the valley aloe gel there is only one brand of wormwood. I get my sulfur soap from sulfursoap.com . You get 8 bars for 25 dollars no shipping fee, the wormwood and aloe gel will cost for 2 bottles of aloe 16 ounce and 1 bottle of wormwood capsules just about 20 dollars. Thats not bad is it. Apply the sulfur soap with a soft bristle bath brush gently working it into the skin. You can do this before or after a bath or for that matter you can do it anytime I suggest 2 or even 3 times a day. When you do bathe wash the soap off you skin. Every day or so use the aloe gel rub it onto the effected areas let dry treat again let dry. I think you will find that the scabies hate aloe. When you do bathe you can wash with the sulfur soap but rinse after you get out of the bath apply the sulfur soap let dry on your skin. You do not really have to use the sulfur soap in the bath but you might. Get small plastic bottle to put the aloe in because after opening you should refrigerate the bulk. Apply the aloe as you see fit, you can apply on top of the sulfur soap. I hope this helps, and good luck to you.
umathr

New Market, MD

#3485 Apr 18, 2013
Adana wrote:
http://www.allstop.com/scabies /faq-articles/index.php?action =article&cat_id=001&id =96
See, Scabies does effect the head and face. Doctors are so stupid and I'm going to die. I have diabetis and very ill from Scabies. I can't treat any more. I'm too ill and too tired.
I understand about the tired part, but you can apply sulfur soap when you are not tired. I used to and still do apply sulfur soap after I bathe and I am already tired from the bath its a pain and I do not like it. But I have decided that I do not have to do that I mean after the bath. I can put the sulfur soap on anytime when I am not tired already, so its not so bad.
umathr

New Market, MD

#3486 Apr 18, 2013
Ladybugs wrote:
Umathr, Thanks for all the advice. I went to the site and could only find the aloe vera that can be ingested. I've been using vaseline spray and go with aloe vera on my back. It works great. I've also been using an aloe vera moisturizing gel on the rest of my body. The combo of the sulfur soap and aloe vera has been helping tremondously. I even had a day or two where I felt no crawling at all. The specks are now minimal to none.
I have been seeing tiny red marks after using these products. I usually have big red bites like zits. These new marks are small and red. I am curious if this is from the debris or possibly the male mite attempting to dig in to get away from the products.*shrugs* Anyway, thanks again for the aloe tip. I am so grateful!
I use lily of the valley organic aloe gel you can get it from piping rock vitamins at a good price too. They also have a product anti parasitic called wormwood that I am going to order. I am glad that you are getting better and wish you the very best.
healed

United States

#3487 Apr 18, 2013
Don't put so much expectation in doctors. Yes, there was a time when they took pride in their profession and really listened and tried to learn. Those days are over. Accept it. We live in a very selfish age. Doctors are no longer doctors for the right reasons ...the vast majority anyway. They know about scabies what they read in 1 paragraph of a textbook in med school probably...n what they w
quickly read on webmd when they get their 1st scabie patient. Its outdated info but how would they know that if they've never had it to learn the bug has become resistent to the meds that for once killed it instantly. They think we're just using it wrong or crazy. They either believe us or their textbook/research on webmd. Their arrogance and pride won't allow them to admit they were possibly wrong in their treatment or thay they don't know what to do. Also, there is so much stigma attached to this illness, few people will unite and fight because maybe we could risk losing our jobs and not be able to provide for our children, etc. So, we're in a mess. But you can eventually get healed by prayer, trusting God, and using things like sulfur, borax, oils like manuka, clove, anise, eucalyptus, rosemary, etc. Aloe vera maybe. Ivermectin works for some. So does Brewer's yeast if its an immune system or ph problem.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3488 Apr 18, 2013
healed wrote:
Don't put so much expectation in doctors. Yes, there was a time when they took pride in their profession and really listened and tried to learn. Those days are over. Accept it. We live in a very selfish age. Doctors are no longer doctors for the right reasons ...the vast majority anyway. They know about scabies what they read in 1 paragraph of a textbook in med school probably...n what they w
quickly read on webmd when they get their 1st scabie patient. Its outdated info but how would they know that if they've never had it to learn the bug has become resistent to the meds that for once killed it instantly. They think we're just using it wrong or crazy. They either believe us or their textbook/research on webmd. Their arrogance and pride won't allow them to admit they were possibly wrong in their treatment or thay they don't know what to do. Also, there is so much stigma attached to this illness, few people will unite and fight because maybe we could risk losing our jobs and not be able to provide for our children, etc. So, we're in a mess. But you can eventually get healed by prayer, trusting God, and using things like sulfur, borax, oils like manuka, clove, anise, eucalyptus, rosemary, etc. Aloe vera maybe. Ivermectin works for some. So does Brewer's yeast if its an immune system or ph problem.
The problem with doctors is that the science can't keep up with the new emerging diseases. They are living in the "leave it to beaver" world but the new diseases are evolving faster than they can begin to understand them.

Taking any kind of yeast during an infection is a bad idea because it creates a good growth medium for many pathogens.

Most people on this forum have something besides a mite infection, they just don't realize it.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3489 Apr 18, 2013
umathr wrote:
<quoted text> I use lily of the valley organic aloe gel you can get it from piping rock vitamins at a good price too. They also have a product anti parasitic called wormwood that I am going to order. I am glad that you are getting better and wish you the very best.
The better choice is Arteminisin . It is a derivetive of sweet wormwood and a lot more powerful. Use it in combination with cryptolepis tincture.
When you experience the die off that those two will bring you should drink a lot of water because if you don't detox from the die off toxins you will be miserable. Don't drink alcohol or coffee. you can also take lecithin for liver support and taurine to promote bile production. Also take olive leaf extract daily for quite a few months.
FRED

Golden, CO

#3490 Apr 18, 2013
Adana wrote:
I have had this for eight years. I treat every year several times. Finally this year, I decided that I will die before I treat and I am diabetic. Watch to see if I do or not. No, won't treat, Jenny. I'm suffering instead UNTIL I get a diagnosis. I won't be called delutional one more time.
You need to get tests for Bartonella, Babeosis, Borriella and mycoplasma. Adana you have an infection but it's not a mite infection. You should be able to get those test from an infectious disease specialist, don't go to a GP or a Derm.
healed

United States

#3492 Apr 18, 2013
Yes, ur right about the drs. Fred. As to Brewer's yeast, its inactive and I've read on many vet and animal posts that its great for keeping bugs away and great for the immune system. I felt much better since starting it. No one in my household but me has this, so I know its something with me. Happened a decade ago and same thing. For these types of cases it helps.
Feel great but afraid to quit treating. Found a new, stronger, cheaper and more comfortable sulfur called Nu-stock at the farm feed store. Trying it out while waitin on my last manuka oil to arrive. Will let u know if burns me or anything (that is if I wake up. I took a double dose of iver tonight even tho I feel over it. I'm never sure). Goes on like lotion but instantly turns soft n powdery. The other kind was always so sticky and miserable feeling. Anyone ever try it?
healed

United States

#3493 Apr 18, 2013
I am taking good qualit Brewer's yeast made for humans, not animals. Just was trying to learn how it worked and there's always better info on the vet/animal sites than the human sites when it comes to this.
new2this

New York, NY

#3494 Apr 18, 2013
Adana wrote:
http://www.allstop.com/scabies /faq-articles/index.php?action =article&cat_id=001&id =96
See, Scabies does effect the head and face. Doctors are so stupid and I'm going to die. I have diabetis and very ill from Scabies. I can't treat any more. I'm too ill and too tired.
please dont give up. Doctors fail when they close their minds, so let's not close our minds to hope. There is lots of advice, much of it helpful reading back through this site. If thre is no contraindications insist on ivermectin, I suggest.Depending on your resources you might want to get help in cleaning, since you are not in top form right now. God bless you
itchy

Carrot River, Canada

#3495 Apr 19, 2013
first day my daughter had it i gave her a bath in baking soda and bath salts helped her right away
Me Too

Murrieta, CA

#3496 Apr 19, 2013
I come back to this site every once in a while to see how people are doing. I have been cured after several years of hell! After, being reinfected so many times I realized that I was being reinfected by my clothes..........even though they were washed in bleach. I started boiling my clothes, and what I couldn't boil I either threw out our ironed. Extreme heat kills them and their eggs!! I used every treatment imaginable on myself, but scabies always came back until I realized that my environment was reinfecting me...not that the treatment that I was currently using wasn't working. So be smart and boil or iron your clothes. Plastic on your mattress. Yes animals can get them to and you can reinfect each other........been there done that too. In spite of what you are told, I am telling you the truth and if you want to rid yourself of scabies..........listen!
Me Too

Murrieta, CA

#3497 Apr 19, 2013
Also scabies can live on objects longer than you think. It is wise to wipe everything down with bleach water. Brushes, keyboards, steam clean your carpets. Don't forget your car. Replace your pillows. Use dandruff shampoo. Don't give them any place to hide. I once got reinfected by my shower curtain!
healed

United States

#3498 Apr 19, 2013
What treatment finally cured you, Me Too?
scabiesdude

Portland, OR

#3499 Apr 19, 2013
had scabies for over 13 years didnt really do anything about it because I felt depressed about myself and no one would sleep with me, but I met a lady recently and we had sex, but she never got the scabies, now I recently just started taking Cortozine 10 ointment and also creams, then also started popping bynadrel pills twice a day, the scabies were gone in just a short two days and I have not itched or felt anything crawling into the skin and there is no bright red marks anymore, and the rash is going down I think I got rid of mine by popping bynadrel pills and cortozine cream daily, how is the ointment and cream different what makes the redness go down quick I want to sleep naked freely with my women without any worries these scabies make my blood pressure go up too and I cant get to work some days because its to embarassing to work anyways not anymore!

Just go to target and by the cortozine and bynadral pills for less then $20 it works
noscabies

Garberville, CA

#3500 Apr 19, 2013
I suffered from scabies for may years until I found this stuff that really works. I eventually was diagnosed with a bacterial infection, which looked and felt exactly like scabies but did not respond to this medication. However, it did respond to a treatment with the antibiotic Cephalexin. So, if you have scabies that will not respond to this, it may also be a secondary bacterial infection.
I now have a few bottles of 50%Permethrin lotion 100ml and of Benzyl Benzoate 200ml left over. If you are interested in purchasing any, please email me at [email protected]
They cost $32 per bottle. No shipping.
cured

Dallas, TX

#3501 Apr 19, 2013
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