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Scabies Treatment: How to get rid of Scabies?

Anyone who is diagnosed with Scabies, as well as his or her sexual partner and anyone in close contact with the patient should receive treatment. Several lotions to treat Scabies are available. Always follow the directions provided by your doctor or the directions on the package insert.

Treatment for scabies - How to get rid of scabies?

  • Treat all exposed individuals whether obviously infested or not. Incubation time is 6-8 weeks so symptoms may not show up for a while. If you do not treat everyone, it is as if you were never treated.
  • See a dermatologist as soon as possible to begin treatment. Remember, although you may be disturbed at the thought of bugs, scabies is no reflection on your personal cleanliness.
  • Apply treatment to all skin from neck to legs - this includes between toes, the crease between the buttocks, etc. If you wash your hands after application, you need to reapply the medication to your hands again.
  • Items you do not wish to wash may be placed in the dryer on the hot cycle for 30 minutes, or pressed with a warm iron.
  • Medication must be kept on the body for at least 36 hours before taking the next hot bath.
  • Hot bath and thorough scrubbing followed by new clothes. Old clothes should be disinfected.
  • For mass treatment sulphur ointment or benzyl benzoate emulsion is useful. So, also is medicated soap.

Carpets or upholstery should be vacuumed through the heavy traffic areas. Vacuum the entire house and discard the bag, just to be on the safe side. Wash clothes. Do all the laundry with the hottest water possible. The mite is attracted to scent. Any clean clothes hanging in the closet or folded in the drawers are OK.

Other tips on how to get rid of Scabies.

  • Items may be dry-cleaned.
  • Change the bedding.
  • Pets do not need to be treated.
  • Items may also be placed in a sealed plastic bag and placed in the garage for two weeks. If the mites do not get a meal within one week, they die.
  • Antihistamines may be prescribed to relieve itching, which can last for weeks, even after the mite is gone.
  • Getting rid of the mites is critical in the treatment of scabies. Everyone in the family or group, whether itching or not, should be treated at the same time to stop the spread of scabies. This includes close friends, day care or school classmates, or nursing homes.
  • Bedding on clothing must be washed or dry cleaned.

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