4 Questions That Will Tell You Have Scabies

Summary:

Apart from scabies, there are many diseases that look like scabies but aren’t. Here are the questions help you knowing the scabies symptoms and treatment.

4 Questions That Will Tell You Have Scabies

One of the common diseases worldwide, scabies is an infectious disease caused by the human itch mite. An infested person experience intense itching while red bumps and blisters can be seen on his skin. But there are other skin disorders looking like scabies which may be ringworm, psoriasis and herps. So, you must check out these questions to ensure that you’ve scabies.

 

What are the Symptoms of Scabies?

You must take the itching seriously it is happening over the broad area of your body and you’ve a strong urge to scratch it. And it may be the sure signs of scabies if it gets worse at night.

After an episode of itching, your body can be marked with bumps, blisters and red rashes. The bumps developing on your skin are different and look like the “burrows”, which are made by the mites. They can as small as one centimeter with a layer on the top.

These red marks occurred on the body parts like:

  • Fingers and toes
  • Groin or genitals
  • Buttocks
  • Abdomen or waistline
  • Back
  • Underneath the breasts
  • On the neck
  • Underneath the armpits
  • Elbows
  • Wrists
  • Knees
  • Ankles

 

Why Scabies Can Attack Me?

As scabies is highly contagious skin disease, you are prone to by coming contact with infectious person or coming into the contact with their items. Here are reasons that can make your vulnerable to scabies:

  • Coming into contact with the infested by shaking hand or sharing their items like clothing
  • Have sex with someone suffering from scabies
  • Nursing homes, old age homes and hospitals, day care centers
  • The other risk factors include old age, malnutrition, immune deficiency, and neurological disease

 

How Scabies is diagnosed?

First of all, your physician ensures you have scabies by examining you, which may include a biopsy. He can determine the severity of scabies on the basis of rashes, tunnels, and burrows on your skin.

The doctor suggests you topical creams or ointments to be used over the affected parts. You can apply the medicines before going to the bed, though you must do whatever your physician’s guidelines are. The common medication for scabies includes Permerthrin cream, Lindane Lotion, Crotamiton, Ivermectin, Antihistamine, Pramoxine Lotion, Anitbiotic and Steroid Cream.

The scabies are expected to go within 4 weeks of the treatment. However, the treatment is often repeated if the symptoms are persisting.

Who should be treated for scabies?

Apart from the infested person, the treatment is recommended for his/her sexual partners, and family members living in the same household. All persons are treated at the same time to prevent it from spreading.

Asking these questions can develop the better outlook in you for scabies. However, you must see your physician for further advice and medication.

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