Where do scabies come from?


I have a duahgter who does not verbs, and she has animals surrounded by the house. Dishes left for days surrounded by the sink..can this cause the bugs?
Answer:
http://www.kidshealth.org/parent/infecti...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/scabies...
Of course it can come from that. My mother other told me only "dirty people" find those diseases and she taught me NOT to be a dirty individual. She can also get things even WORSE than scabies. If she bring mice, they carry a disease call Hantivirus. That is fatal and comes from the mouse dropping that can be vanished in cupboards and underneath the sink. And you don't have to touch them to catch it---it's airborne.

DISGUSTING.
Those website aren't completely accurate, as a child I had scabies. It doesn't other cause rash, sometimes it can be completely invisible from the outside. The bugs can only live surrounded by skin though, she can only seize them from someone else who has them.
Scabbies are spread through clothing or touching ancestors who are contaminated with the bugs. They usually enter through the fleshy parts of a people body. Such as between the fingers, toes, buttocks.

They start out looking like a small circle kinda unthinking that will itch. When you itch you spread the bugs to the different areas of your body.
I don't think that dogs attain the same scabies as us. There body temp is sophisticated and you don't get scabies from dirty dishes. They are contagious and surrounded by nursing school they said most are spread beside hand shakes. My little brother get them on his back from a wrestling game at school. We are pretty sure as the other guy who wrestled one and the same guy got them too. They are a parasite that burrow into your skin and it lay eggs and poop within.
Your daughter might get ecoli or bauchalism ( sorry can't spell and not contained by spell check) there of but not scabies and to grasp rid of them she will need to bleach sheets contained by hot water and dry them surrounded by hot dryer and spray couches and other upholstered furniture and clean her mat and then after does adjectives that would be good to set bad bombs but ask doctor how long before untried eggs hatch first.
No they do not come from dirty dishes.
Scabies is a common skin infection that cause small itchy bumps and blisters due to tiny mites that burrow into the top layer of human skin to lay their eggs.

The burrows sometimes appear as short, coiled, reddish, or darkened lines on the skin's surface, especially around the wrists and between the fingers.

Scabies is contagious, and is usually transmitted by skin-to-skin contact or through sexual contact next to someone else who is infected with it. The infection spreads more confidently in crowded conditions and surrounded by situations where in that is a lot of close contact - approaching child-care centers or nursing homes.

The most common symptom of scabies is severe itching, which may be worse at darkness or after a hot bath. A scabies infection begin as small, itchy bumps, blisters, or pus-filled bumps that break when you scratch them. Itchy skin may become gummy, scaly, scabbed, and crisscrossed next to scratch grades.

The areas of the body most commonly affected by scabies are the hand and feet (especially the web of skin between the fingers and toes), the inner part of the wrists, and the folds lower than the arms. It may also affect other areas of the body, particularly the elbows and the areas around the breasts, genitals, navel, and buttocks.

If you continually scrape the itchy areas of skin, it increases the chance that the injured skin will also be infected by germs. Impetigo, a bacterial skin infection, may occur surrounded by skin that is already infected near scabies.

If scabies is suspected, the doctor may scrape a small member of the affected skin and examine the scrapings lower than a microscope for signs of scabies mites.

Doctors treat scabies by prescribing a medicated cream or lotion to kill the mites. The cream will stipulation to be applied to the skin all over the body, not in recent times the area next to the rash, and usually must remain on the skin for 8 to 12 hours earlier it can be washed stale. After applying it, don't wash your hand - scabies mites love the area between the fingers! You may want to apply the medication previously bed, then mop up it off contained by the morning.

Most often, the treatment wants to be repeated in 1 week.

Because scabies can be sexually transmitted, sexually stirring teens with scabies should be examined for other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) too. Any sexual partner will also need to be treated for scabies.

Direct physical contact - similar to holding hands - is the most adjectives way to transmit scabies, but because the mites that lead to scabies can live as long as 2 to 3 days in clothing, bedding, or dust, it's possible to take into custody scabies from another person who shares indistinguishable infected bed, linens, or towels.

If someone in your family unit is being treated for scabies, adjectives other members of the household should be treated, too. Clothing, sheets, and towels should be wash in hot marine. Each room in the house should be vacuumed, and the vacuum cleaner sack should then be thrown away.

I HOPE THIS HELPS!!!





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