How to get rid of scabies forever

Scabies is very contagious and spreads quickly through close physical contact with friends. One can contact scabies with items such as clothing, bedding, or towels that have been used by a person with scabies, but such spread is very uncommon unless the infested person has coated scabies. One can get rid of scabies forever by avoiding all this things.

Scabies is a contagious, intensive itchy skin infection caused by a tiny burrowing mite known as Sarcoptes scabiei, its a microscopic mite that inhabit on the skin for along time.

How to get rid of scabies forever

scabies symptoms

Medication mainly used for scabies include

  • Permethrin cream: It’s a cream that contains chemicals that kill scabies mites and their eggs. It’s mostly used scabies medication, safe for children older than 2 months, Adult, as well as pregnant women.  5 percent  has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, is recommended to be applied twice, one week apart.
  • Crotamiton Topical Cream: It’s a scabicide used for the treatment of scabies mites and itchy skin.  This medication is for use on the skin only. Avoid applying crotamiton on the face, eyes, mouth, vagina, and any skin that is inflamed, raw, or oozing fluid.
  • Lindane lotion: Misuse of this product can be toxic in the body, It’s a medicine that is used to treat scabies. It kills scabies and their eggs. Scabies are very small bugs that crawl under your skin, lay eggs, and cause severe itching. Lindane Lotion goes through your skin and kills the scabies and their eggs.
  • Sulfur Ointment is a cost-effective and safe therapeutic agent. It is often applied for the whole body for three  days. It is also safe option for topical use in children.                                         Medicine works quickly to kill the mites, but the itchy rashes may last for several weeks after treatment.

      Prevention of Scabies

Scabies is generally avoided by keeping away from direct skin-to-skin contact with an infested person or with items such as clothing or bedding used by an infested person.

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