Scabies, by Julia Morris

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  • Hi, Jon. I'm going to inform you on how to know if you have scabies.
  • Okay, Nurse Morris!
  • Scabies is a parasite that burrow into the outer layer of the skin and lay eggs and feed off your skin. It is a skin disorder.
  • You will notice symptoms of itching, find a rash of blisters, or sores cased by scratching. There isn't any stages of scabies.
  •  Most common causes of scabies is direct contact. It can also happen through sexual activity, sharing bedding, or clothes.
  • Oral or topical scabicidal drugs are the most effective type of treatment. Home or over the counter remedies do not work.
  • Now that you are aware of scabies, Jon, you can try to avoid getting them.
  • Thank you, Nurse Morris!
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