If you or anyone you know has a scabies infestation, please have them read this. The scabies are very small mites you can get them from just about any where, but are mostly transmitted by skin to skin contact even a handshake could act as a vehicle for them to move from one person to another. Sleeping in the same bed or sitting on a piece of furniture any where could pass them on. The scabies female once on you burrows into the upper layers of skin where she feeds and lays her eggs, The eggs hatch in about ten days, they quickly reach maturity mate with the males and the whole cycle begins again. You don't have to be in a poorly kept environment or practice poor hygiene to become a scabies host. The medically approved treatments leave windows of opportunity for the scabies and their eggs to survive The treatment which can only be used once a week start to lose there effectiveness in 18 hours, the scabie eggs take 10 days to hatch and are not killed by the treatments.hi, i need people's help... me and my boyfriend have been itching for the last 3-4months... he went to the docs and they brushed it off as bed mites or something so we spent a fortune on stuff for that and nothing happened... we both went and they said we had scabies... they gave us Derbac M. you cover your body in it for 24hours then wash it off and the same again a week later. we did this and we're still scratching...
Here is my story
After 3 treatments with the cream and pills I was still fighting with the little biting buggers I did every thing suggested plus more and still they survived. Finally it dawned on me that my lady friend and her family with whom I spend at least half of my time had not become infected "thank goodness". So why me and not them? The answer was right under my nose they are all smokers that's all smokers and all have nicotine in their systems.Nicotine is a deadly insecticide.I don't want to smoke but I want to rid of these little biting buggers so I put on the patch, the 21mg nicotine patch, I have been wearing it day and night for 5 days now and my symptoms now may only be my bodies immune system acting on the dead bodies and feces. I am not a scientist but do believe it could take 2 weeks on the patch to deal with any unhatched eggs. But so far during this nightmare this is the only time that I have felt very little biting and almost no crawling two sure signs that they are alive and chewing. I would guess that the hatching juveniles will have to feed before the nicotine takes effects and kills them.
The prescription meds we take have a half life of no more then 18 hours that means that any eggs that hatch out or any mites that may be on rugs, clothing, furniture, bedding ect could still re-infect you since the mite can live without a host for 72 hours and the eggs can take 10 days or more to hatch out. The patch should continue to put a deadly poison in your blood and any where that the blood circulates to for as long as you use it.
So far the patch has greatly reduced almost to the point of where I feel little to no biting or crawling. The medical field is limited to what it can do treat these little biting buggers. Our minds are only limited by our failure to use them.
Researching has shown me that there are patents in effect now that cover using nicotine as a treatment on humans to deal with scabies, other mites, bedbugs and lice. Why they are not being used to treat scabies,other mites, bedbugs,lice and other parasites may have to do with the fact that a 14 day supply of 21mg nicotine patches can be purchased for as little as $35.00. One treatment of the cream costs me over $113.00 x 3=$339 dollars. I can't remember the cost of the prescription pills but it is around $80.00 x 3 =$240.00 dollars. that adds up to a whopping $579.00.
The nicotine patch is available across the counter with no prescription, I am not the doctor so just be sure that you are medically able to wear the patch safely