I've Been Exposed To Scabies At Work But I Have No Visible Rash, Only Itching. Do I Have Scabies?

Scabies mites just need a prolonged skin to skin contact in order to travel from an infected person to a new host.

If you think you have been exposed to Scabies at work, then you need to be well prepared for the infection and its treatment. To be really sure, recall the times when you might have exposed yourself to a person infected with Scabies. Also try to figure out if the contact was skin to skin, and were you sharing his clothing, bedding or other personal items.

1. The First Symptoms

After your first contact with an infected person, the first symptoms will only show after four to six weeks, in case you are contracting the infection for the first time. In cases of re-infestation the symptoms will show in two to three days itself.

2. Visual Symptoms

Once you contract the infection, look out for the following symptoms.

  • A pimple like pin needle rash will appear which will be accompanied with intense itching.
  • Rashes will be seen in the folds of skin, armpits, legs, between the fingers, chest, genitals and soles of the feet.
  • The itching will get more intense in the night when the body will get warm.

3. Start the Treatment Right Away

If you see all the above symptoms and also lines like formations then you have Scabies. Do not delay a minute and start treatment for the whole family by investing in a family kit of Dr.Scabies right away. It is a natural product with no side effects.

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