Are you suffering from Scabies? Do you want to learn more about this condition and how you can deal with it? If so, then you should definitely check out 10 Things that Only Happen to Someone with Scabies. This blog aims to be a guide for people who are suffering from Scabies, and is one of the best resources on the web if you want to learn more about scabies and how to treat it.
The site was created by a woman named Jackie. Jackie has been suffering from scabies for a long time now, and knows what it’s like to live with this condition. She has also suffered through many failed treatments before she found out what really worked. She wants to share her experience with others and help them get rid of this annoying skin problem once and for all.
The site contains a lot of useful information on scabies, such as what causes it, what the symptoms are, how it spreads, and how long it lasts. There is also information on how to treat scabies naturally, as well as some tips on dealing with the itching and pain caused by scabies. You can find several home remedies for treating scabies here too!
The blog is updated regularly so there’s always new content being added.
After a recent trip to the doctor and being diagnosed with scabies, I have decided to write a list of things that only happen to someone who has scabies.
I know this might sound like a strange thing to do, but I want to help educate people about scabies so that it doesn’t become as big of an issue for other people as it has been for me.
I am a very clean person. In fact, I am super OCD when it comes to cleaning my home and anything else that I own. So when the doctor told me that I had something like scabies, it was pretty shocking.
1. You have a severe rash on your body.
2. You have a severe itch that is so intense that it keeps you up at night and makes you cry.
3. You feel like bugs are crawling on you all day long, even when they aren’t.
4. You scratch your skin until it bleeds, but it still doesn’t provide any relief.
5. You start to see scabies burrows throughout your skin and on your skin folds and genitals, but the doctor says they are “just warts.”
6. You see stuff moving under your skin and in your nails, but the doctor says everything looks fine to him/her, so there is nothing wrong with you or this is all in your head, or he/she gives you an anti-psychotic medication to “calm” you down.
7. Your own family members don’t believe that you have scabies because they don’t see anything, so they accuse you of being crazy or having a mental problem; when in reality, only about 10% of people show a reaction to the bite of the human scabies mite!
8. Your friends start calling you “the crazy one” because you are always scratching yourself and talking about bugs crawling on
Living in the time of the scabies mite is not a joke!
I was diagnosed with scabies on the 22nd of March, not knowing what it was I immediately started to research and found this website.
I slapped myself across the face and said: “How could you have been so stupid as to get yourself into this situation?”
But then I realized that this is a very difficult thing to avoid. It doesn’t matter how clean you are, sometimes you just get unlucky. That’s what I told myself at least.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 300 million people are affected by scabies. It is estimated that more than 140 million people have head lice and about 132 million have body lice infestation.
A parasitic insect called Sarcoptes scabiei causes scabies. They are invisible to the naked eye. The female insect burrows into the skin and lays eggs in the burrow. The eggs hatch out into larvae which mature into adult mites. The female mite can lay up to 25 eggs per day. Scabies causes intense itching, localized swelling and redness on the skin and may also cause blisters or sores. In the early stages of infection symptoms may not be noticeable but as time passes it gets more severe.
A person with scabies is contagious for as long as he/she has mites on his/her body. This can even happen after treatment because eggs remain in the burrows in the skin for weeks after treatment. As a result, a person who has been treated for scabies can develop symptoms again if not all of the eggs have been killed or removed from their body during treatment.
Over the past two years, I’ve received hundreds of emails from people who have scabies and are in need of help. The majority of these emails are from people who have been to their doctor(s) and have tried everything out there but have still not gotten rid of their scabies.
The sad thing is that most of these people just keep buying over-the-counter products that are not going to help them get rid of their scabies.
So this post is for those people who are desperate for an answer or a solution to get rid of their scabies once and for all.
I know how frustrating it can be when you’ve tried everything and nothing works. But I also know that there is a solution out there somewhere and I’m here to share with you what has worked for me and what has worked for 1000’s of other people as well.