Norwegian Scabies Versus Regular One: Differencies


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Scabies is a skin infection caused by a mite, because scabies mites are that small they can be hardly seen scabies is easily mistaken with any other skin infection. In the outer layer of the skin scabies lays eggs and its presence there produces irritations and allergy symptoms on the skin. Regular scabies are caused by 10-20 mites, but in Norwegian scabies there are thousands of mites, that’s why the skin infestation is more severe and the skin is covered with crusts and hyperkeratotic plaques.

It may seem that in Norvegian scabies the type of mite is different from the regular scabies, but in fact it is exactly the same type of mite. Those affected with Norwegian type of scabies have a low immune system. Norwegian scabies develops on those persons with compromised immune system.

The symptoms in Norwegian scabies

Severe skin manifestations may appear, the skin is blistered, red and extremly itchy. During the night the itch is accentuated. Although regular type of scabies doesn’t appear on the scalp, Norwegian one affects the abdomen, genitalia, nipples, buttocks, and the groin, wrists, armpits, elbow, toes and fingers and the scalp. Because of the high number of parasites, Norwegian type of scabies is very contagious, more contagious than someone with regular scabies.

Scabies affects only humans so you can’t take them from pets, skin to skin contact makes possible the transffer as in: shaking hands with an infected person, during the *** contact, through clothing and bedding. The eggs may be spread during the scratching or may extend the infection to nails and fingers.

In Norwegian scabies as in regular one it is essential to follow a treatment immediately.

Treatment in Norwegian scabies

If you recognize the Norwegian scabies symptoms you should follow the treatment immediately, because otherwise you’ll spread the mites and infect many peoples. To prevent the re-infestation everyone should be treated in the same time, all those that had intimate contact with the person infested with scabies is bound to follow the treatment : family, close friends.

To kill all the mites and their eggs it is recommended to wash and iron their clothes and beddings. In the Norwegian scabies the most usefull treatment is Dexoprin, because it has none of the dangerous effects of other prescribed drugs and kills the mites and their eggs and cease the itch and sores of the skin. To ensure the best treatment it is vital to know exactly the symptoms of scabies and to identify them in order to prevent the infestation in community. Not following the treatment as soon you dicovered you are infested with scabies means that you are a source of infection that spreads scabies mites all around.

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