I think i have scabies?

I think i have scabies? Topic: Ma research or taught me
July 16, 2019 / By Esther
Question: Well I have had sex in march and began having symptoms in june. i got a single bump on my penis. that bump stuck around for a couple Months it never itched and never opened up or anything. it never hurted either. about 2 months later i got about two more bumps and then they started to itch. i scratched every day. and they always got worse at night. my brother had bumps all over his hands and went to the docter for it, they said it was flea bites. then he also got it on his penis and my father to. ma mother got it on her legs stomach and ankles. i went to the docter he looked at it and said it was herpes and diagnosed me with it. those bumps have never went away and got worse. now i have them between the webbings of my fingers toes. ankles stomach, and thighs. even my armpit, i am going back to the doctor to get this examined but i just want some opinions. so i can rest a little easier till then. a couple of the bumps on my penis opened up. but only bcuz i wear skinny jeans and ma penis constantly rubs. i did tons of research on all kinds of rashes stds. and scabies seems like what i have.
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Clarice Clarice | 2 days ago
Hi, Because of my own weak skin and organ systems that have been unable to handle poisons since when I was a teen and could not use deodorants, I have learned to use hypo-allergenic non perfumed soaps and to sometimes powder different portions of my body with cornstarch. Firstly, even though I might not answer your question precisely as you might have wanted, to help you with simple and concise information on ALL itch rash illnesses and for short and long term solutions to them ALL - the following link has considerable info within a ‘report’ I recently posted on Y_A: <> http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091113104039AAbnGet <> I have accumulated a substantial background in investigating itch rash illnesses with my own non-alcoholic fatty liver disease even though I have a fairly low BMI of 26. Back when my malady was at its worst - I used to be allergic to my own sweat that I was burning off during exercise or after showering - during a time in my life when I used to have considerable toxins stored within my body fat. I eventually learned that itching or rashes are symptoms of maladies that could become much worse if not healed with better non-toxic nutritional choices. So, since it took me ‘almost’ too long to understand what I am attempting to now teach others, I now take a little time each week to help others understand the need for non-toxic and ‘adequate’ micro-nutritional absorption in the gut and for good hygiene that will prevent or minimize every disease I am aware of. Secondly, although I have seen that most root problems for 'skin' issues for myself and others has usually ‘always’ been from long and or short term allergic reactions to 'something' COMBINED WITH a weakened lymph liver kidney skin and immune systems - IF the following symptoms would ever occur - I ‘think’ the worst rash one might possibly have quickly acquired is from deadly bacterial meningitis, ALTHOUGH bacterial meningitis would be VERY RARE. The two quotes below are from: <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_Meningitis <> <> “IF a rash is present, it may indicate a particular cause of meningitis; for instance, meningitis caused by meningococcal bacteria may be accompanied by a characteristic rash.” <> <> “The MOST common symptoms of meningitis are headache and neck stiffness associated with fever, confusion or altered consciousness, vomiting, and an inability to tolerate light (photophobia) or loud noises (phonophobia). SOMETIMES, especially in small children, only nonspecific symptoms may be present, such as irritability and drowsiness.” <> For further details see: <> http://www.cdc.gov/meningitis/about/faq.html <> <><> I truly hope what you learn will help you to decide on the correct choices that will remedy your painful malady in the future. My best to you and yours, AI – self taught nutritionIsT ><+>[(-:]
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Clarice Originally Answered: Does my husband have scabies?
[oh! you upload the pics to any "image" site of your choice, then quote the URL, http://www.etc.etc.com/, like I have done below. Maybe have a scroll through the other "Skin" postings here, to see what others have done, - looking for the heading, "Picture included!" [If you would like me to look at them, you could email them to me at < [email protected] > ] Hello, Does it look anything like this rash? ... http://www.lib.uiowa.edu:8080/hardin/md/... ... that is a Poison Ivy rash. Are there any plants in the house or garden? "In the US, poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac produce more cases of allergic contact dermatitis than all other contactants combined," [Habif, 1996]. One strong clue to a "poison ivy" dermatitis, is that little blisters tend to be formed in *rows* or straight lines... here is another picture that shows this clearly... http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/hardin/md/pictu... ... (the first picture also shows it, but not so clearly). ( In chicken-pox, each and every little blister is tightly surrounded by a red ring, see here... http://howtodealwithstuff.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/chicken-pox.jpg ... Poison Ivy blisters are not.) I agree it isn't scabies, for any number of reasons, and never was. I'm most impressed that you have discounted Scabies on the basis of the distribution of the rash ! You are right that Scabies only occurs on the scalp in babies. The difference, - between Doxycycline and Erythromycin, working temporarily for the scalp but *not* for the body, - does suggest either that (a) they might be different problems, Or that (b), - they are the same problem, - just that the scalp problem spots, especially, may be getting infected, - - - so that the antibiotic treatment is only fixing that "super - infection," without curing the root of the problem. If they are they same rash, - (b), - then an allergic contact dermatitis on the scalp, might also suggest a reaction to a (medicated) shampoo or shampooing-soap, or to a hair-spray, hair fixative, hair-perfume or after-shave, or to a nickel-plated hair-brush or to a nickel-plated comb? Bad contact dermatitis of the scalp looks like this... http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/derm/mml/22320084.jpg The collar-bone, upper chest- and lower back distribution, might indeed be consistent with some contactant dripping from the scalp onto the collar bones, upper chest and small of the back. "Overactive Oil Glands" of the scalp means, medically, "seborrheic dermaitis," (pronounced seb- o- REE'' -ik ), and that rash looks like this... (note the heavy dandruff flaking, which is characteristic),... http://www.surviving-hairloss.com/images/seborrheic_dermatitis.jpg and the corresponding body rash involves the breast-bone especially... http://www.medical-look.com/diseases_images/seborrheic_dermatitis.jpg Has your husband tried antihistamines for the body rash yet? Hope this helps, Best wishes, Belliger retired uk gp, special interest in dermatology.
Clarice Originally Answered: Does my husband have scabies?
Well...speaking as someone who has had Scabies... When I had Scabies, I did not get bumps or rashes. I had constant itching in random locations all over my body...some locations itched more frequently than others. It almost sounds like an allergic reaction to something... Hives will give you a rash with bumps. Has he tried taking something like a Benadryl to see if it is in fact allergies? Now...what may have caused the allergies... Here are some thoughts... Have you bought a new pillow for him recently; a new mattress; changed laundry detergents; using a different soap in the shower?? I am not a doctor, but those are my thoughts on the subject. Hope that helped a bit!

Beatie Beatie
You should probably go to the doctor, but you might want to try using a penis health creme first. Lots of times dry or irritated penis skin can be mistaken for scabies. A creme like this will clear up the problems down there if they are ordinary and not caused by a virus or bites. This option might save you some time and money. Good luck.
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Adelphie Adelphie
Has she been treated? Hopefully, she has been. I know from experience that even after treatment, you can continue to itch for a few weeks. Untreated scabies is pretty easily spread.
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Adelphie Originally Answered: What do you do when a pregnant woman gets scabies?
First of all, Fqk, that was extremely rude!! Ok, so my sister got scabies when she was pregnant as well, and my parents contracted it. My sister went to the doctor and got a shot and a big tub of this smelly white cream (sorry i cant remember the name) My parents did not need the shot, but were given just the cream to rub on twice a day. The scabies wont really start to go away dramatically until after the baby is born. (At least this was the case with my sis) But here is the important thing!!!!! Even if it looks like the scabies is gone when the baby is born HAVE THE DOCTOR GIVE THE BABY THE SHOT!!!! Our doctor did not give my neice the shot and she went untreated. At first she had no systems for about 2 months, then she broke out very bad!!! We had to go to a skin specialist and at the time they had no idea what was wrong, so the first diagnosis was skin cancer!!! After getting a 2nd opinion it was discovered she had a severe case of scabies because she had goe untreated at the hostpital. So please get the baby vaccinated as soon as he/she is born. And good luck and enjoy your newest grandchild!!

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