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Scabies and How to dill with it!

After my experience with scabies treatment here is the summary: There is no doubt that fast treatment is more desirable than the long one and that’s what Permethrin offers, providing there is no drug resistance. In any case it’s a good start. I wouldn’t spent more time with it than necessary, which should not exceed 3 consecutive days of treatment. Results are to be expected after the first day and that’s usually the case. If after the second day there is no improvement, meaning the color and size of the skin lesions diminishing, the chances are that mite may be resistant. It is now debatable in my opinion whether a third day of the same treatment with Permethrin alone or in combination with Ivermectin should be introduced at all, providing there was no effect the first couple of days. At this point it is totally up to you to try it for the third time, but if you as me the failure of the drug the first couple of days is ALARMING. I would not again waist that day three using the same drug. It is time to move to the real deal - Sulfur. The ONLY sulfur that can be used for scabies treatment is PRECIPITATED SULFUR. Use it in 30% concentration with either Petroleum based ointment/jelly, Lubriderm or any other medium that will hold the PRECIPITATED SULFUR on your skin for 24 hours. Additional one or two daily applications of that mixture are necessary to keep enough sulfur on the skin. If you have an extra few bucks add to that mixture 1oz tea tree oil, but it should work even without it. Use it for at least tree days taking showers at knight before going to bed and reapplying the mixture form neck down to toes. Let some time for the mixture to “sink down” before you go to bed. Wash your cloths in hot water. Spry carpet, chares, bed and all environment with scabcides solutions. Read my tread: “You can use every single chemical called scabicide that means tested in lab where it’s been proven to kill the mite. Here are few worth mentioning: 1)Permethrin 2.5% concentrate soled at Wal-Mart for about $5-$6/bottle. Dilute it to 1% and spry around. Since 100ml of the solution contains 2.5g Permethrin 1ml from it would have 0.025g Permethrin. Therefore 4mll of the solution would have four times 0.025 which is 0.1g Permethrin. Now to make 1% out of it you would need 1g in 100 water, since 4ml contain 0.1g Permethrin you would need 40ml 2.5% Permethrin diluted in 100ml of water to have 1% for all practical purposes. 2) 6% Benzyl Benzoate. Here is the link: http://www.scbt.co m/datasheet-254964 -benzyl-benzoate.h tml 3) 1%-3% Gamma-benzene hexachloride. 4) 1%-2% Lindane.” In conclusion I would like to say thank you to the organizers of that site and all the people contributing. I may from time to time drop a line or two or may just answering some questions, but for all of you I have this message: Scabies is curable! Just do the right treatment.  (Sep 9, 2011 | post #3)

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how do i get rid of scabies once and for all? its driving...

Hi all! This may be one of my last posts on this board for one reason only - complete cure. After couple of weeks battle with the mighty bug it’s time now to review the event and draw some conclusions. To my surprise that encounter with the mite was anything but ordinary. My consulting physician had never heard of mites developing a drug resistance, something that really true me off guard - lost some valuable time with Permethrin/Ivermectin drug usage. It is now clear to me that THERE is RESISTANCE against these drugs - period. Amazingly I caught two different lines of that mite species within a month - first was successfully treated with the above mentioned conventional Permethrin alone treatment, whereas the second one was really vicious - not responding to Perm/Iver at all. Being exposed to the bug before made my skin allergic reaction explode the very next day (24h-48h by the books) after the second encounter with the mite, which helped me pinpoint the source of contamination. I would like to share my experience and make others at least give it a try if not something more ASAP. Please follow the instruction on my thread: “Scabies and How to dill with it!”. Please, use the medication as described and live a feedback as soon as you got cured on the same thread to make others believe and use it the same way I did and may be you did it. Wish you all a very strong will and perseverance and believe me as long as there is sulfur on this planet there is cure. Special thanks to the organizers of that site and all the people sharing their experience!  (Sep 9, 2011 | post #1937)

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Scabies gone but not forgotten.

Today is my 3rd day of scabies treatment with sulfur and I can safely say they are gone. Please can anyone tell me if there is any way to post a picture along with the thread - I wont you guys to see the result. After a week those buggers destroyed my skin, or I become so sensitive to their waist that the whole skin was red and puffy like a pudding - a perfect soil for bacterial infection. Now it has subsided and all lesions are dying out.  (Sep 5, 2011 | post #5)

Scabies

Imidacloprid

Paranoid wrote: "The mites produce substances that modulate the host's immune response [2, 3, 4, 5]. Some of these substances stimulate keratinocytes to produce interleukin (IL)-1α and IL-1β [3]. In vitro studies of whole body extracts of the scabies mites reveal additional substances that modulate cytokine secretion by fibroblasts, keratinocytes, and monocytes [4, 5]. Additionally, the mites emit substances that stimulate the proliferation of T-regulatory cells and their secretion of IL-10, which would inhibit the inflammatory and immune responses in humans to the mites [2]. Thus, the arthropod itself is genetically endowed with immunologic material to thwart the host from responding to its presence in the skin, at least initially." Paranoid that’s an excellent article, which tells us why mites move in their tunnels and don’t remain in one place, and the reason is because they are not comfy in the middle of on allergic/inflammat ory response our body is throwing at them. The fact that they emit substances to prevent that response is significant in that respect.  (Sep 5, 2011 | post #827)

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how do i get rid of scabies once and for all? its driving...

Me Too if you let me take a closer look at your case I would see if I can be of some help, provided you don’t take it as an insult. People are really sensitive here and I do understand their feelings. What stroke me in a first place is the fact that you had these reinfestations in a four months intervals. Here I would say this - ones the mites are dead they ARE DEAD. There is no CPR that can bring them back to life. The mere fact that you get them back tells me one thing - there is a source, a reservoir if like that better that you come across every now and then and that source is NOT your residence. Look around, since your legs are the one to catch them it could be either: 1) a dentist chare, 2) someone’s bad, 3) someone’s pants or even sleepers, 4) someone’s car, truck or any vehicle where your legs are in close proximity with the source. But it is a place where you visit from time to time. Secondly - if you try topical treatment do it topical, but NOT locally. Another words if you apply the topical for a daily treatment apply from neck down (unless you have suspected a facial infestation). Remember you do not have to give their eggs or larvae chance elsewhere in your body while treating the ones on your legs. Last but not least take my word for this: there are many reports in the professional literature pointing to the alarming fact of the mites resistance to some insecticides including Lindane, Crotation, Permethrin Ivermectin and some others I can’t remember now. I myself experienced first hand the failure of the last two after multiple regiments day after day alone or in a combo. If you have access to either Medline or Medscape I would forward you the articles, but it is illegal to copy and past here. To end my point I would say that there are no data to suggest any resistance against sulfur.  (Sep 5, 2011 | post #1922)

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Post Scabies Nodules on male genitals

@ugggh - just few points here and there the first being “…this thing is so annoying (sometimes itched)” - scabies ALWAYS itch. Secondly - “…I think they are dormant scabies just waiting to reemerge” - they do NOT hibernate. Left untreated they will never stop multiplying. You either kill them or they keep spreading around with no signs of slowing down. Sorry but you may not have scabies if this is your case. Persistent itch culminating at knight every hour of the day and knight - that’s SCABIES. Little point here: the bumps from scabies are a result from late cellular immune type reaction against their protein coming from their saliva and excrements. The body defense mechanism is to localize the aggressor by surrounding it with immune cells like lymphocytes monocytes and other that release toxic chemicals like histamine and others in order to kill the mite. Histamine is the primary reason of the itch and is always release if there is foreign protein molecules injected in our skin like mosquito bits and so forth. The point here being made is if there is no itch there is no histamine release, therefore there is no foreign protein in the skin and that is not consistent with mite infestation when there is ALWAYS product of their life. I hope that helps.  (Sep 5, 2011 | post #35)

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how do i get rid of scabies once and for all? its driving...

Today is my 3rd day of scabies treatment with sulfur and I can safely say they are gone. Please can anyone tell me if there is any way to post a picture along with the thread - I wont you guys to see the result. After a week those buggers destroyed my skin, or I become so sensitive to their waist that the whole skin was red and puffy like a pudding - a perfect soil for bacterial infection. Now it has subsided and all lesions are dying out. @Me Too. Do you have any skin intolerance against sulfur?  (Sep 5, 2011 | post #1918)

Scabies

Scabies and How to dill with it!

After reading many of the threads on this forum I begun to realize that a concise info is needed as a quick guide for those who think and those who are infested. Let me start with some of the true and falls statements. Scabies mites are parasites that live in human skin. Removed from there it is a matter of time until they die. Usually it takes 24h-72h which is 2-3 days depending on the surroundings. In cases with Norwegian scabies where the skin is hyperkeratosed (thickened) due to allergic reaction against the mite excrements (scybala) and saliva, mites could be shaded in a scale of skin due to a skin scratch and live longer in that crust for up to a week, since there are some nutrients left on that scale for them to eat. They live on skin not on mucosa, therefore any lesion on mouth, vagina, rectum, conjunctiva or urethra is either fungal, viral or bacterial infection. Because of the mites size ( a fraction of a millimeter namely 200-400 micrometers) they are invisible for human eyes. While under the skin they make burrows moving about 2-30 mm a day. They move considerably slow while on the skin surface not exceeding 22-25cm per trip, that’s why they stay around the point of entry until they are transported via object to a different skin location or a different host, where they give a start to a new colony. A wonderful extensive study about scabies is available online for those of you who are interested and could be found on the link below: http://lib.ugent.b e/fulltxt/RUG01/00 1/047/805/RUG01-00 1047805_2010_0001_ AC.pdf That paper I believe would help reveal the mystery of scabies infestation and defeat all the myths and legends about this illusive disease.  (Sep 4, 2011 | post #1)

Scabies

Removing Scabies from your Environment

You can use every single chemical called scabicide that means tested in lab where it’s been proven to kill the mite. Here are few worth mentioning: 1)Permethrin 2.5% concentrate soled at Wal-Mart for about $5-$6/bottle. Dilute it to 1% and spry around. Since 100ml of the solution contains 2.5g Permethrin 1ml from it would have 0.025g Permethrin. Therefore 4mll of the solution would have four times 0.025 which is 0.1g Permethrin. Now to make 1% out of it you would need 1g in 100 water, since 4ml contain 0.1g Permethrin you would need 40ml 2.5% Permethrin diluted in 100ml of water to have 1% for all practical purposes. 2) 6% Benzyl Benzoate. Here is the link: http://www.scbt.co m/datasheet-254964 -benzyl-benzoate.h tml 3) 1%-3% Gamma-benzene hexachloride. 4) 1%-2% Lindane. I hope that helps.  (Sep 4, 2011 | post #86)

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Scabies on face, please help if you've dealt w/ this

Here is my take on your case Mite Fighter: from the vague description on your symptoms it was not really clear whether you have the classic presentation of the scabies disease namely the short burrows that are the footprint for the diagnosis. They look like short 2-3mm or 4-5mm strait line between two bumps or just an extension from a bump (red skin elevation with diameter of 2-5mm). Look at you lesions even using the magnification from a magnifying glass and try to identify them. If you have scabies chances are you should be able to find at least one or two of these red, tiny, scratch looking lesions. Do they itch at knight? Face and scalp are rare scabies presentations and it is usually a sequence of wide spread infestations rather than isolated face lesions.  (Sep 3, 2011 | post #28)

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where can i buy permethrin cream online without a prescri...

I tried permerthrin 5% for the last year with beautiful effect first time arround. This year I caught a totally different type of the same scabies bug, only difference is its resistance to Permethrin and Ivermectin. I was forced to quickly switch gear and do something real fact because of the immense aggressiveness off that bug strain. It spread to my two legs on a waste platform with heavy dermatological reaction due to the hypersensitivity I have developed from my previous encounter this past July. To be quiet honest I did panic. However what I came across was an ancient way of treating scabies with sulfur. That treatment is as old as the human race I bet and yet there was no resistance against it reported in any source. So here I am performing the oldest known to man kind treatment with sulfur and guess what - IT WORKS! IT WORKS! IT WORKS! I can say that one more time, but I think I made it clear. Pleas read my thread “Scabies gone but not forgotten”, which is fairly new, since I’m a newbie to this forum and currently undergoing the above mentioned treatment.  (Sep 3, 2011 | post #54)

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how do i get rid of scabies once and for all? its driving...

Last sentence reads: I love YOU all and wish everyone get back to the life ASAP! Good luck  (Sep 3, 2011 | post #1904)

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how do i get rid of scabies once and for all? its driving...

Please let a newbie say HELLO to all of you and politely introduce myself to the misery at large - after all “Misery likes company” . Not to be ruthless but I feel it is my duty to share a positive experience in treating one of the most degrading conditions I have ever been in. Shortly for those of you who didn’t for any reason read my thread “Scabies gone but not forgotten”, please do so. I encourage everyone to at least read the article and follow the regimen for at least 3 days just to see the magic of the effect. Whithin that period of time you would definitely notice the skin improvement, then it will be totally up to you whether to go for the whole 9 yards of one week treatment or just leave it there and jump to the next pharmacological discovery. Please let me say that - I love all and wish everyone get back to the life ASAP! Good luck!  (Sep 3, 2011 | post #1903)

Scabies

Scabies gone but not forgotten.

There is a typographical error on the corticosteroid name - please read Prednison instead of Prednizolon. Prednison comes in 5mg tablets and is taken in regression for 8th days cycle. Starting from day 8 (which is actually day one and that is for convenience) as follows: 8th day- 8tablets, 7th day- 7tablets, 6th day - 6 tablets and so forth till day one at the and when only one tablet is left. Ask me why is that if you don’t know. Will explain  (Sep 3, 2011 | post #4)

Scabies

Scabies gone but not forgotten.

Me Too I’ve red about your long battle with scabies to which I am very sympathetic. I have one only wish for you - just do the treatment I posted above and that for you would be the ultimate test - scabies or not. There is no data to support any resistance against the sulfur. If what you have is indeed a scabies infestation you would get rid of it with the described treatment. Once you are done with the treatment there will be only one existing problem for you to dill with and that is whatever is left on your skin as lesion (if any) would be anything but scabies - you follow me? Than you can turn your attention to treat the skin with appropriate medication which now would be free of scabies. For you however I would recommend one week of this regiment same ingredients as described in my thread but a little longer to cover the newly hatched eggs an conclude the whole cycle. Taking into consideration the skin quality after a long period of exposure to a different medication I would rather get a little bit thicker medium for the mixture like petrolatum jelly for example that would hold the sulfur attached to the skin for longer period of time. I have in idea to take pictures on my current lesion and posted along with the ongoing treatment as a supporting evidence, the moment I learn how to do that.  (Sep 3, 2011 | post #3)