Scabies? What is this? What causes this problem? Is it curable? What are the signs and symptoms? How can homeopathy help you? All of this and more answered, in this post and of course our doctors always there to help you. Just fill in your details in the form down below and we will answer all your questions for FREE!
What do you know about Scabies?
Scabies is a contagious, itchy skin condition which is caused by a tiny burrowing mite called Sarcoptes scabiei. It can spread quickly through close physical contact with an infected person, that causes Intense itching occurs on the area where the mite burrows.
How does a person get infected?
This mite can pass on through infected person to another person. Most people catch scabies from direct, skin-to-skin contact. Less common reasons for mite infestation are from infested items such as bedding, clothes, toilet seats, and furniture.
What signs or symptoms shows mite infestation?
• intense itching (more at night)
• A pimple-like rash
• pink raised bumps
How long does scabies last?
Within 24 hours of treatment, people are usually no longer contagious. Even after successful treatment, until the skin grows out, the dead mites and fecal material will remain in the skin for 2 to 4 weeks and leads to continuing itching.
Can toilet seats cause Scabies?
Scabies is a contagious skin disease that spread by direct skin-to-skin touching. It’s very hard to get scabies from handshakes, hugs or from toilet seats.
How to confirm Scabies?
These tests help to confirm Scabies:
• Skin scraping
• Skin Biopsy
What would be the result of untreated scabies?
Scabies requires treatment as it will not disappear by itself. If no treatment has provided to infected person then constant scratching/ itching may cause:
Are we cure scabies?
Yes, scabies with Infestation is curable. When individual get proper treatment and care, scabies will go off. It has a good prognosis.
What precautions are helpful in Scabies?
• Maintaining personal hygiene
• Avoid close skin-to-skin contact with an Infected person.
• Hot water wash of Clothing, towels, and bedding
of infected person.
• Daily bath
Homeopathic treatment for Scabies
• Hepar Sulph
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