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Since: Feb 14

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#24 Apr 15, 2014
over it wrote:
I have tried everything and have been dealing with it for a year. The IVOMEC ($40) is cheaper than the stromectol ($90 with insurance). Injecting it is painful and burns a lot. I injected it subcutaneously and intradermal directly into the burrows. I have found that taking it orally on an empty stomach works just as good and is not as painful. I think they are developing a resistance to this too. The feed store is the best place to go. The benzo benzate spray for dog mange helped. Topical 10% Sulphur ordered online helps too. Sulphur hot spring is my next attempt. I will almost get rid of them then BAM there back. This is the worst thing I have ever dealt with its ruining my life. I am exhausted. Apple Cider Vinegar and Hydrogen peroxide help; but I had to cut the ritual back a little so it didn't take up all my free time. The doctors and dermatologists were useless. The biopsy and skin scraping were negative; yet I feel the pin pricks and crawling. I seem to be very susceptible to scabies as I have had it four times in my 40 year life. I am a nurse and have gotten it treating patients whom I never had direct contact with unless wearing a gown and gloves. I believe they live longer than what is documented and that they are capable of transmission without direct skin to skin contact. Good luck everyone; I would not wish this on my worst enemy.
How is you treatment plan going with the Ivomec injectable. Are you better from this....Did you notice any side affects from using the injectable? I'm going to try this but would appreciate your feedback.
wtf

Hollywood, FL

#25 Apr 15, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
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How is you treatment plan going with the Ivomec injectable. Are you better from this....Did you notice any side affects from using the injectable? I'm going to try this but would appreciate your feedback.
I answered all your qyestions about this more than a month ago. Why do you continuously ask the same questions over and over again. Just buy it and try it and quit trolling. The side effects from iver listed on the net. Mybe a headache or feeling tired, or upset stomach, why dont you stop your wuestion trolling. R u having any problems with any of the scabie meds u r taking? And if so let us know.

Since: Feb 14

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#26 Apr 15, 2014
wtf wrote:
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I answered all your qyestions about this more than a month ago. Why do you continuously ask the same questions over and over again. Just buy it and try it and quit trolling. The side effects from iver listed on the net. Mybe a headache or feeling tired, or upset stomach, why dont you stop your wuestion trolling. R u having any problems with any of the scabie meds u r taking? And if so let us know.
R U kidding? I'm not trolling just trying to get some information before I take the plunge. I'm sorry but I'm not as brave as some of the other people here and don't want to hurt myself. I have a family to think about!

Since: Dec 13

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#27 Apr 16, 2014
Self-injection or by someone who is untrained could get you killed. All it takes is to forget to remove all the air from a syringe and that little air bubble flows in to your heart and zap you're dead. Use extreme caution with injectables.
LPrr

Centerville, IA

#28 Apr 16, 2014
Review wrote:
so, if we use all this toxic stuff, how in the hell can DE and borax cure anyone? please tell me how clove oil and anise oil will cure you of this, if we are using the MOST toxic stuff for scabies.
sometimes the "toxic stuff" is actually natural but some rich company has patented its use thus making it appear as a chemical drug- assuming by "toxic stuff" you mean Ivermectin (a rare Japanese live soil probiotic, thus natural), permethrin (extract from the painted daisy, also natural) and borax -(a white mineral in some alkaline salt deposits). It's no different than DE and clove oil really, just patented. Natural remedies work, just gotta find the right one for what you have and also get the correct diagnosis (thrips, bacteria, lyme's, scabies, bird mites, etc all have similar symptoms but widely varying treatments).
sammy

United States

#29 Apr 16, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
Self-injection or by someone who is untrained could get you killed. All it takes is to forget to remove all the air from a syringe and that little air bubble flows in to your heart and zap you're dead. Use extreme caution with injectables.
Are u playing games here?
No one that i know injects ivermectin. They all used it orally and topically. Quit trying to make this med look bad and harmful. Its very safe and most importantly works very well for scabies.
over it

Grand Rapids, MI

#30 Apr 18, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
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How is you treatment plan going with the Ivomec injectable. Are you better from this....Did you notice any side affects from using the injectable? I'm going to try this but would appreciate your feedback.
I still have it even after going out west to the Sulphur hot Springs for a week and soaking twice a day! it was working; but I think you need to go for 6 weeks to kill all of the eggs. The Ivomec helps decrease them so I can stand to be alive; but they WILL NOT DIE!!! I have not noticed side effects except I am brain fogged. This could be from not sleeping worth a shit for a year. I use Mange Spray for dogs and put Vaseline on topically. I ordered oral neem pills (topical did not do much and it STINKS) and parasite cleanses off of Amazon. I will update you if any of that works. I am looking at microscopes. The doctors have been useless. I do not think they even know anything beyond permetherin and ivermectin. I think we are on our own here. it is best to put the $ toward potential cures than doctors from what I have found.(I have been to the derm 4 times and the family practice more than 10). They infectious disease specialist will not see me because scabies was not found in the biopsy. So frustrating! I am going to an allergist next week to appease my doctor. It is more wasted money; but I was called non compliant for not making the appointment. I have spent thousands on this. Am I noncompliant or are they incompetent. I think it speaks for itself!
over it

Grand Rapids, MI

#31 Apr 18, 2014
sammy wrote:
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Are u playing games here?
No one that i know injects ivermectin. They all used it orally and topically. Quit trying to make this med look bad and harmful. Its very safe and most importantly works very well for scabies.
how many people do you know with scabies? I am the only person that I know with it. I don't play games and if I did I would chose something that was pleasurable; not living HELL!! I tried injecting into the burrow as the other methods were not working. It was not effective in killing them and it burned. I have tried hundreds of things to kill this. Orally is just as effective as injecting it and much less painful. If it worked that well I would not still be on this forum. It does help; but it never eliminates it. I am being honest in posting my year long experience with this because it may help people. I am a public Health Nurse Supervisor and I help people, not criticize them! Thanks
over it

Grand Rapids, MI

#32 Apr 18, 2014
ashleyshere wrote:
Self-injection or by someone who is untrained could get you killed. All it takes is to forget to remove all the air from a syringe and that little air bubble flows in to your heart and zap you're dead. Use extreme caution with injectables
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It is good to be trained; I am an RN. An intradermal injection being directed in to the burrow will not travel to the heart (-: lol An intravenous injection with air in the syringe could cause an embolism indeed. it was not effective and it was uncomfortable. So far nothing has been effective in completely eliminating this.

Since: Feb 14

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#33 Apr 18, 2014
over it wrote:
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It is good to be trained; I am an RN. An intradermal injection being directed in to the burrow will not travel to the heart (-: lol An intravenous injection with air in the syringe could cause an embolism indeed. it was not effective and it was uncomfortable. So far nothing has been effective in completely eliminating this.
I hear you...I'm in the same boat with this. Do you have black specks, burrows that look like straight scratch lines, biting and popping - drilling movement under the skin?
sicofit

Greeley, CO

#34 Apr 22, 2014
wantmylifeback wrote:
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I hear you...I'm in the same boat with this. Do you have black specks, burrows that look like straight scratch lines, biting and popping - drilling movement under the skin?
I have the black specks that I have brought to many doctors on a strip of tape as well as the salt looking white round things I find on my skin. These are only found in the infected areas; I think the white things are eggs and that the black specks are either fecal excrement of the nymphs in varying stages. I have had this for going on 15 months. I have tried everything and am being blown off by doctors. I am exhausted and contemplating just jumping in front of a train. I am seeing an immunologist to see if I have a shitty immune system. I am using a mange spray called sardex II. it is 29% benzyl benzate. I had to show my ID to buy it from tractor supply. Have you found anything that works?

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#35 Apr 23, 2014
sicofit wrote:
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I have the black specks that I have brought to many doctors on a strip of tape as well as the salt looking white round things I find on my skin. These are only found in the infected areas; I think the white things are eggs and that the black specks are either fecal excrement of the nymphs in varying stages. I have had this for going on 15 months. I have tried everything and am being blown off by doctors. I am exhausted and contemplating just jumping in front of a train. I am seeing an immunologist to see if I have a shitty immune system. I am using a mange spray called sardex II. it is 29% benzyl benzate. I had to show my ID to buy it from tractor supply. Have you found anything that works?
Please don't do that. I know its difficult to have scabies BELIEVE me but it's certainly not worth taking your life over. Other than the specks, what symptoms do you have? Do you get movement under your skin as well? I don't mean crawling, it's more like a popping / drilling sensation. Does you feel like your skin's burning at times and did yours go above the neckline? It's good to find out what other people are experiencing. Did a doctor confirm you have scabies or did you self-diagnosis yourself?

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