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Scabies found in pets like cats and dogs is called Mange. However, it cannot trigger a Scabies infestation in humans.

The feline scabies and canine scabies, contrary to the popular belief, are not caused by the mite that causes Human Scabies.

Although the mites can transfer from the pet to the human (or the other way round), but they are incapable of reproducing in the human body. In other words, the mites that come from the pets die a natural death without causing any serious medical trouble.

The same holds true for Human Scabies; they might cause a mild bout of... more

Having a sexual relationship and sharing personal items are one of the most common modes of spreading the Scabies infection. So, if your boyfriend has got scabies, you better maintain a distance and start helping him get rid of the infection at the earliest.

Different patients describe the itching form Scabies differently. Some describe it as the bite of a flea; others call it similar to a mosquito bite and while some describe it as a wriggling pin prick sensation.

 If your boyfriend has Scabies, there is a very high possibility that you too will contract the infection too.... more

Scabies is actually an infestation and not an infection. The tiny microscopic organisms set up shop in the outermost layer of the skin. It’s a contagious disease and therefore, you should avoid physical contact with the infected person.

The most common way of getting a Scabies infection from an infected person is by way of personal contact.

Basically, the skin reacts to the invasion of the mites.

The mites burrow, the females lay eggs under the skin and this infestation further leads to unyielding itching and a bad rash.

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From the moment you get infected till the time you get totally rid of Scabies, the total duration is almost three months (if you are relying on a good treatment plan, of course!).

The Scabies infestation starts from the time a female mite burrows inside the skin of the host. The male mites keep moving between the burrows looking for a mate.

After the mating, the male mite dies and female starts laying the eggs. The eggs hatch after about three to four days.

The young mites reach the surface of the skin and mature into adults in just ten days. The males stay on the surface... more

Scabies is a highly contagious disease and if you are aware of an infected person, try to maintain a distance from him. It’s for your own good. The infection shouldn’t be taken lightly in any case.

If your infected guests insist on paying you a visit at home, don’t panic and handle the situation calmly. Fretting will not help; instead make a plan to keep all of your family members safe.

A person suffering from Scabies is an awful sight. Imagine small microscopic mites digging burrows inside the human skin and causing intense itching and res rashes. But, it can happen to anyone.... more

The criterion to define who will get Scabies infection is not pre-set. A human being of any age, background and in any location can contract disease. Yes, that is true. Read on to know about the various risk factors that aid in spreading this infection.

Scabies is spread by skin-to-skin contact. Children, nursing mothers and sexually active couples are most prone to the infection.

People who are living in nursing homes, in residences with assisted living facilities and services with extended care are also likely to serve as hosts for mites on the body of an infected person.... more

The Sarcoptesscabies mite is the root cause for Scabies infection. It can be classified as a sexually transmitted disease. But, it should not be confused with various other STDs. It needs to be approached differently.

The most common mode for spread of Scabies is by personal contact. It can be passed easily between members of a household, sexually, and by skin-to-skin contact. So, it can very well be classified as an STD but there’s a whole lot more to it.

Sharing of personal belongings like bedding, towels, and clothing can also lead to spread of the infection.

The mites... more

Scabies infection is an allergic reaction in the skin, to the presence of mites, saliva and their eggs inside the skin. Read on to know about the effects that scratching may have on the infection.

Once a person contracts the infection, the first symptoms appear only after four to six weeks. So, you may continue to go about your daily activities for several days at a stretch while mites have begun burrowing under your skin at a slow pace. You may even be passing on the mites to all others around you. Yes, it sounds awful but it is true.

People, who have contracted the... more

Get treated for Scabies immediately or get ready to bear a long treatment and heavy costs. Yes! There’re affordable treatment plans available for scabies treatment but don’t choose just about anything available in the market. Not all products meant for treating scabies infection are created equal. Read on to know more.

The two most important steps in Scabies eradication are timely detection and start of treatment. Patients who ignore these directives end up infecting their families and coughing up high costs for treatment.

Once the family gets infected, the cost of cleaning... more

Dr. Scabies is an all natural product that has been found to be very effective against the nasty Scabies infection. Scabies in pets and dogs is called Mange, and is caused by an animal mite. Read on to know whether it can help you treat mange in pets at home or not.

All products from Dr. Scabies have been specially formulated in order to provide instant relief to all patients. All the ingredients in their products are natural and have no side effects.

Years of research and hard work have gone into the making of these products. They are most affordable and guaranteed to rid... more

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