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Scabies Symptom

Scabies is an infestation of the top layer of skin caused by the parasite, Sarcoptes scabiei , often called scabies or mites. It is a contagious (catching) disorder of the skin caused by very small, wingless insects or mites called the Human Itch mite or Scabies itch mite Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis (Hering). The female insect burrows into the skin where she lays 1 - 3 eggs daily. It takes approximately 10 days for the eggs to hatch and become adult mites. At this point, the cycle will begin again.

The most common locations for scabies are on the sides of fingers, between the fingers, on the backs of the hands, on the wrists, heels, elbows, armpits, inner thighs and around the waist (belt line).

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Most Common Symptom of Scabies are as follows:

  • Intense itching (especially at night) and a red rash that can occur at the area that has been scratched.
  • Presence of the mite burrow(s), often in a zigzag or "S" pattern.
  • Scabies is spread by personal contact, e.g., by shaking hands or sleeping together or by close contact with infected articles such as clothing, bedding or towels.
  • Presence of lesions, such as brown nodules, rashes, or pimple-like irritations.
  • Your skin may show small insect-type bites on it, or the lesions may look like pimples. It may also be red and crusty due to scratching of the area.
  • Scabies prefers warmer sites on the skin such as skin folds, where clothing is tight, between the fingers or under the nails, on the elbows or wrists, the buttocks or belt line, around the nipples, and on the penis.
  • Bacterial infection may occur due to scratching. In many cases, children are treated because of infected skin lesions rather than for the scabies itself.

Complications in scabies

  1. Impetiginization
  2. Eczematization
  3. Secondary lymphadenitis

If untreated, the disease may last for months. Ultimately natural desensitization may develop.

Scabies are transmitted through close physical contact. Transmission is more likely when partners spend the night together than during a brief sexual encounter.

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