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Langoliers: There are a few differences between scabies and bird mites, noting that there are several kinds of bird mites.
From what I can see and from what I have read the main difference appears to be:
1) Where are the mites on the body
Scabies mites live in the skin. They tend to burrow inside the skin. The classic 'burrow lines' usually appear.
Bird mites live on the skin. They can bite hard - like a mosquito or small ant or spider bites - but generally don't burrow
2) Where are the mites in the environment?
Scabies tends to live in the places where they will find you again quickly. Your bed. Your clothes. Your lounge and chairs.
Bird mites get everywhere. They can live anywhere in the house and can infest cupboards, walls, ceilings, powerpoints, books, anything.
While scabies gets into your environment, they need their host. Bird mites will be everywhere, all over the floor etc.
Iver generally targets and kills scabies more than bird mites. This is because the scabies are in the skin, whereas the bird mites are on the skin.
Bird mites can infest a location for months, and still be there, waiting, when you come back. I write this from personal experience. I have stuff from a year ago with bird mites in it.. open it up and they come rushing out. I assume that this means that bird mites can hibernate.
From what I can tell, scabies doesn't survive for months without a host.
Skin scrapings will show scabies / eggs / etc more easily than bird mites. In my experience it is very hard to catch a bird mite on the hop. It was only when I had thousands on me and they were all adult form that it was easy to see them.
Bird mites generally show up in the environment as black or white dots when they are in adult form. Put a piece of clean black plastic on the floor and wait. If after 10 to 20 minutes it becomes covered with white dots.. well.. there are your specimen examples.
In my experience, with the mites I have, you constantly feel the bird mites 'jumping' and 'crawling' around the feet and legs. They also crawl all over the skin and will bite any sensitive skin - eyelids are the current favourite.
So, have a look at your symptoms and make a list of the specific problems you are having. Don't rule out that you may have more than one problem.
Hi Missy Denver. Still posting, I see, but under whatever name you feel at the moment. Bird mites DO burrow under the skin. When you say "generally" can you be more specific? They HAVE to burrow to lay eggs and continue with life cycle.
The eggs of the bird mites may lay dormant for a length of time in the environment. Once a host is near, the carbon dioxide emitted from the body and the heat emitted from the host body and movement from the host body will signal a hatching of the egg. You will be their target within minutes.
Bird mites do NOT jump. White girls from Denver can't jump, either. I thought you were concentrating on canine scabies mites??? What happened? So, you and Missy Denver are using the "scientific" approach now? Can you be more specific?

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Apr 26, 2012
 
BuggedButNotOut wrote:
Langoliers: There are a few differences between scabies and bird mites, noting that there are several kinds of bird mites.

From what I can see and from what I have read the main difference appears to be:

1) Where are the mites on the body
Scabies mites live in the skin. They tend to burrow inside the skin. The classic 'burrow lines' usually appear.
Bird mites live on the skin. They can bite hard - like a mosquito or small ant or spider bites - but generally don't burrow

2) Where are the mites in the environment?
Scabies tends to live in the places where they will find you again quickly. Your bed. Your clothes. Your lounge and chairs.
Bird mites get everywhere. They can live anywhere in the house and can infest cupboards, walls, ceilings, powerpoints, books, anything.

While scabies gets into your environment, they need their host. Bird mites will be everywhere, all over the floor etc.

Iver generally targets and kills scabies more than bird mites. This is because the scabies are in the skin, whereas the bird mites are on the skin.

Bird mites can infest a location for months, and still be there, waiting, when you come back. I write this from personal experience. I have stuff from a year ago with bird mites in it.. open it up and they come rushing out. I assume that this means that bird mites can hibernate.
From what I can tell, scabies doesn't survive for months without a host.

Skin scrapings will show scabies / eggs / etc more easily than bird mites. In my experience it is very hard to catch a bird mite on the hop. It was only when I had thousands on me and they were all adult form that it was easy to see them.

Bird mites generally show up in the environment as black or white dots when they are in adult form. Put a piece of clean black plastic on the floor and wait. If after 10 to 20 minutes it becomes covered with white dots.. well.. there are your specimen examples.

In my experience, with the mites I have, you constantly feel the bird mites 'jumping' and 'crawling' around the feet and legs. They also crawl all over the skin and will bite any sensitive skin - eyelids are the current favourite.

So, have a look at your symptoms and make a list of the specific problems you are having. Don't rule out that you may have more than one problem.
Well we do have them in the eyes nose and ears. I have opened bag that had been sealed for over 2 weeks and got all bit up. We have caught some on tape they are too big to be scabies.
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Moron.*DO NOT* GO TO A HOTEL.

DO NOT GO TO A HOTEL. DO NOT DO THAT. BAD IDEA. DON'T DO IT.

I can't stress this enough. You'll just spread it more to other people and it won't help you much anyway. DO NOT go to hotels with scabies.
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DoNotSpread wrote:
Moron.*DO NOT* GO TO A HOTEL.
DO NOT GO TO A HOTEL. DO NOT DO THAT. BAD IDEA. DON'T DO IT.
I can't stress this enough. You'll just spread it more to other people and it won't help you much anyway. DO NOT go to hotels with scabies.
yes, missy denver. WE WILL NOT GO TO A HOTEL. Please don't beat us, if you catch one of us inside one.
waaaaa waaaaaa

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It's the Scabies Police!
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Jun 22, 2012
 
The Haunted one wrote:
Didn't spread it I put the perm on first then used
A tape roller to wipe down all beding the sprayed the beding and floor with this scabie carpet spray
I only wanted to help and share what worked!
I would like to know if your still clear of everything after your 4 day cure/treatment.
It would really be nice to know how to finally get rid of this nasty sh.. once and for all.
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omg wrote:
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I would like to know if your still clear of everything after your 4 day cure/treatment.
It would really be nice to know how to finally get rid of this nasty sh.. once and for all.
The "4 day cure" is a bunch of baloney and nair burns your skin. I rubbed chemicals on myself and ingested a myriad of drugs and "natural" substances for a year and nothing worked . One day I stumbled across some websites where they were curing wild foxes with mange in the U.K. using homeopathic remedies. I read all about homeopathy and ended up curing myself with it.

http://www.foxproject.org.uk/fox-facts/sarcop...

http://www.nfws.org.uk/mange/

The remedies are psorinum 30c and staphisagria 30c. Read the thread "99% sarcoptic scabiei cure, the fox project" from post #100 and further if you're interested, it works.
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I am still cured. For scabies this does works.

Hit them quick and hard.

And Yea make sure you spray down your room as to make sure to don't spread this to anyone. By the way (this is BS by the way) the medical field still classify scabies as a STD not transmitted by rare chance contact.
Hotel worker can not get it just cleaning the room.( again I don't buy it I cleaned and sprayed the rooms)
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I am also still clear using my method.
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Jun 30, 2012
 
In my opinion, one of the more important things you can do is take an old tooth brush and clean your fingernails under flowing water several times a day to clean the eggs out from any scratching that you may have done in your sleep. The first time I had cooties, I thought I was going to go crazy because it had been over six months, and I still hadn't got rid of them. As soon as I started keeping my fingernails clean several times a day, I was over them in a week.

The second time I had scabies, it was the horse paste that worked best for me, and I used it both orally and topically. It only cost me only $2.99 for 6.08 grams at the Farm Supply. That's enough for five double doses.

Use coconut oil in and around your ears, in your eyebrows, and on your skin! Cooties breathe through holes in their body. Once they get oil in their air holes, they can't breathe and will smother themselves. Coconut oil is also very soothing to the skin and will not ruin your sheets or clothes because it is a medium chain fatty acid and not a long chain fatty acid like all the other oils. It also works well as a deodorant. You will love coconut oil. It's so healthy!

I also had lots of success vacuuming my hair, skin, and around my ears when I felt them crawling around but without the inexpensive Ivermectin, I doubt I would have ever gotten over my second bout of these highly contagious critters.

I am now starting to treat my third bout of these little arthropods in ten years. Based on what I have learned from my first two bouts, I feel confident that I will be over them in another week or so.

From my experience, it is not necessary to use all that other stuff and especially the dangerous Lindane or Permethrin. All you need to do is use inexpensive animal grade Ivermectin, coconut oil, vacuum your body with a brush attachment, and keep your fingernails clean.

GLTA
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Nov 7, 2012
 
FRED wrote:
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The "4 day cure" is a bunch of baloney and nair burns your skin. I rubbed chemicals on myself and ingested a myriad of drugs and "natural" substances for a year and nothing worked . One day I stumbled across some websites where they were curing wild foxes with mange in the U.K. using homeopathic remedies. I read all about homeopathy and ended up curing myself with it.
http://www.foxproject.org.uk/fox-facts/sarcop...
http://www.nfws.org.uk/mange/
The remedies are psorinum 30c and staphisagria 30c. Read the thread "99% sarcoptic scabiei cure, the fox project" from post #100 and further if you're interested, it works.
hey fred jean in denver - have this now 4 yrs no end in site, have spread it to everyone. please help with advice. i feel all of denver infected
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Nov 7, 2012
 
hey fred jean in denver - have this now 4 yrs no end in site, have spread it to everyone. please help with advice. i feel all of denver infected. used everything. used so much poison pbably have cancer now

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Well we found out that we have tropical rodent mites. They lay their eggs on hair
then they burrow under the skin to eat.
Ivermectin no matter the dose did not work. My wife shaved her hair off her head and that reviled a massive hive.
At least now we know where they are.
We have DE powered all over the house we wash everything every day for over 9 months. We feel we finally have them where we want them. Dead.

Here are photos of the little buggers.

I bought a camera micro scope and took these photos of what looks like bird mites but they live in my hair.
Please look at them and shed any light on this infection!

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...
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Nov 17, 2012
 
Did you get them off your scalp and how??
Langoliers wrote:
Well we found out that we have tropical rodent mites. They lay their eggs on hair
then they burrow under the skin to eat.
Ivermectin no matter the dose did not work. My wife shaved her hair off her head and that reviled a massive hive.
At least now we know where they are.
We have DE powered all over the house we wash everything every day for over 9 months. We feel we finally have them where we want them. Dead.
Here are photos of the little buggers.
I bought a camera micro scope and took these photos of what looks like bird mites but they live in my hair.
Please look at them and shed any light on this infection!
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s536/Lang...

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Leslie wrote:
<quoted text>Did you get them off your scalp and how??
My wife had to shave her head my hair was thin enough. There dead not were just growing new hair. No new bit.

Her head was covered it was bad!
Rash, pimples, hives. All over. I saved her head and put linden cream on her ant that was it. With her hair we just could not get them close to the scalp

Oh she also put the good earth powered in her short hair so anything coming out would die.
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Dec 5, 2012
 
how long did that take? Is she really free of them in her hair? What about the ones that burrowed? I think I will have to do the same. I can tell you pool chlorine will kill them on the scalp mixed with conditioner. The trick is to find the right amount as it can REALLY burn but so desperate and after all this time, this is what is helping. Can get down to feeling way less movement - just a few times a day for a day or 2.

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Shelly Weltsy wrote:
how long did that take? Is she really free of them in her hair? What about the ones that burrowed? I think I will have to do the same. I can tell you pool chlorine will kill them on the scalp mixed with conditioner. The trick is to find the right amount as it can REALLY burn but so desperate and after all this time, this is what is helping. Can get down to feeling way less movement - just a few times a day for a day or 2.
Once she shaved her head the doctor gave us Linden lotion and that kills mites under the skin and the eggs.

It's been like 5 weeks free of bites. We still have the house covered in diatom powder. Six weeks means we made it.

The wigs don't look to bad she got on line for $50. Really! Not bad at all.
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Apr 15, 2013
 
Langoliers wrote:
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My wife had to shave her head my hair was thin enough. There dead not were just growing new hair. No new bit.
Her head was covered it was bad!
Rash, pimples, hives. All over. I saved her head and put linden cream on her ant that was it. With her hair we just could not get them close to the scalp
Oh she also put the good earth powered in her short hair so anything coming out would die.
What is the "good earth powder"? My scalp has otched for a year and my hair changed texture. It got all dredlock like, and I swear, it would move on its own. I spent 6 months scrubbing it with everything I could think of, and had to cut some chunks of it out. Its much better but still have the itching in scalp. And just got bites all over back and arms again. I tried chiggarrid today, but sounds like Ivermectin will help?
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#164
Apr 15, 2013
 
Where did y'all get these Scabies ? My wife thinks she has something leaving bites on her, did Lindane and a host of other drugs. She has had no luck . I still don't have any bites, what is this?
Where did they come from ?
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Aug 9, 2013
 
Bird mites. Mutation to other hosts. Suffocate them with oils.

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