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Re: ivermectin
 
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Re: ivermectin


scabies topical medication trick.....just for FYI purposes....again when using topicals there is a trick to those as well, because even without scabies the medication produces a response, so if you have used a topical like permethrin it is possible to get the all over itchy biting sensation simply from the drug itself as side effect, in a way similar to how some people are sensitive to perfumes or detergents, so if you are someone who responds to it in this way, please dont go by that as if it means you have mites, just treat well and do the same thing as for using ivermectin, dont scratch, etc, etc.....go by if the skin begins to look healthy, you may always respond that way to that substance and this is much more common than sensitivity to perfumes and detergents, it is a common side effect in many people it irritates the tiny nerves in the skin......the response is not confirmation if you do or do not have scabies or other mites, this is why professionals go by the appearance of the skin....sadly they all too often label parasitophobia instead of helping the person find whatever it is that is actually causing the symptoms.....a symptom complaint does not mean someone is crazy, a symptom complaint means something is wrong and someone who does not know enough has gotten left to feel around in the dark to try and fix themselves since no one else is trying anything...sadly it can become looking for a needle in a haystack, is it fungus? marginal deficiency? food sensitivity ? etc. etc...becomes a goose hunt that too many professionals are not interested in truly trying to solve the mystery of.....
 

 
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