Scabies is a skin disease caused by sarcoptes scabiei. You may suffer from rashes and itching if you have this dermatologic condition. It is infectious and can pass easily from one person to the other through physical contact. However, the disease may affect people of all age group, despite their lifestyle and socioeconomic background. If an individual has scabies, then anyone they are closely attached to should be treated at the same time.
Infants and young children may have this skin condition in other body parts such as:
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Scabies may spread through skin-to-skin contact that gives sometime to mites so that they crawl from one person to the other. If you share personal items such as towels or beddings, then the disease can spread easily between sexual partners or family members. However, it will not probably spread through a hug or a handshake. Since scabies mite cannot fly or jump, it crawls slowly.
If you find any signs and symptoms of rashes and itching, chances are you might be having scabies. It is advised to see your doctor immediately and get it treated for it.
There are many skin conditions such as eczema or dermatitis that are related to itching and small bumps on your skin. Your doctor can help with the exact cause and ensure that you get the right treatment on time. Though bathing and taking over-the-counter medications may lessen itching, they won’t enable you to get rid of scabies.