Henry Keller-“Thanks to Dr. Scabies we are now better and smarter in dealing with scabies..”
From: Henry Keller
Date: 08/25/15 08:41:50
To: [email protected]
Subject: Scabies recurred
I am a 62-year old grandfather and I live with my daughter and her 7-year old son. It was last year when I was first diagnosed with scabies.
I was given permethrin 5% cream by my doctor. It was just the beginning stage so I was able to treat it right away. However, beginning of
this year, my scabies had recurred. I had no idea how I got re-infected again so I used permethrin to get rid of it. This time, no matter how
much or how frequent I used permethrin, one rash appears after another. This continued for many months and the rash were no widely
spread on my feet, legs, thighs, back, abdomen, armpits, elbows, wrists and fingers. Two months ago, my daughter and grandson started
to exist same rash and symptoms as mine. We were all treated with permethrin but nothing improved. My daughter sought help from a
homeopathic doctor and was given Dr. Scabies Whole Family Kit. At this point, we’ve grown tired trying to get rid of our scabies but we still
used Dr. Scabies products accordingly. My daughter and grandson got treated after a week and half while I got treated after 14-16 days of
use. So far, there’s no recurrence of scabies and I don’t think we will ever suffer that much. Thanks to Dr. Scabies we are now better and
smarter in dealing with scabies.
Results may vary **
From: Dustin H.
Date: 09/01/15 11:05:39
To: [email protected]
Subject: I made the right choice in my Scabies treatment
I work in a Nursing Home and scabies breakout among bed-ridden geriatric patients is quite common. Our unit is understaffed most of the time so it is difficult for the nurses on-duty to give thorough care for a single patient. The patients who usually acquire scabies are those who can barely move, speak and immunocompromised. Their attending doctors usually gives them combination dose of permethrin and ivermectin.
One time, it was my turn to administer the oral and topical medications for them, one of the patients suddenly had an emotional outburst, he started acting violently towards other patients so I had to hold him down and pacify him. Later that day, I found out that he contracted scabies from one of the bed-ridden patients and during the incident I had a skin-to-skin contact with the patient and his beddings. I knew I was exposed to scabies so I asked for prescription for permethrin from one of our resident doctors.
More than two months passed, there was no itching, no rash or anything until 2 weeks ago. So many bumps appeared on my skin each day. It started on my interdigit web spaces and spread to my whole arms. I have to take a leave from work so I won’t transmit the disease further. Being a healthcare provider, it was so frustrating to contract the disease myself. I looked up on the internet for more effective and natural treatments available. I know the nature of permethrin so I want to avoid it as much as possible.
There’s this product called Dr. Scabies and it was mentioned in a number of forums, it seems to have great feedback from the people who used it. I bought one for myself, followed instructions to use it. I also got rid some of my furniture, cleaned the house with borax, sealed up my used clothes, I did everything I could possibly do to contain the spread of scabies. It’s a good thing I live alone. The redness, itching and inflammation of my rash died down after 5 days. I knew from that point I was cured but it took several more days to completely dry the lesions. I think, no one understands scabies, like Dr. Scabies. I made the right choice.
Results may vary **
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