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What is scabies, how does it pass? (How is scabies transmitted, what is the treatment?) – Health News


ScabiesThe mange beetle (sarcoptes) is formed when the females lay their eggs on the skin. While scabies can be seen in people and animals of all ages, it is a very contagious and itchy disease. With the pandemic period, it was observed that the scabies disease was studied and experienced more.

Due to a long period of closure at home, domestic scabies contamination also increased.

SYMPTOMS OF SCHEDULE

The most common symptoms of scabies are intense itching, skin rash, and skin complications similar to mosquito bites, especially at night. The most important way to notice scabies is the constant itching.

HOW DOES SCYPS BE TRANSMITTED?

Scabies is spread through prolonged skin contact. Shared personal items such as bedspreads, towels and slippers play an important role in the spread of scabies. The reasons why scabies are more researched and experienced during the pandemic period are due to the fact that we are in the same environment with family members and sharing their belongings more than in the previous period.

In this process, it was also a matter of curiosity whether scabies could be transmitted from pets. Since the type of scabies that live in domestic animals is different from the type of scabies seen in humans, the type of scab that causes disease in animals cannot reproduce and reproduce on human skin. This means that scabies in pets will die without causing scabies on humans.

HOW DOES SCYPS BE GOING?

Scabies is not a disease that resolves on its own. The most common treatment method is to apply the cream or lotion given by the doctor to the whole body and wait for up to 14 hours and wash. When necessary, the doctor may prescribe pills. Although the treatment, which lasts for about 3 days with cream and lotion, kills the mites that cause scabies, it cannot immediately eliminate the itching felt.

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