Hi every1, i would like to know a few about scabies. My
dermatolog found me with scabies but i still in doubt as i been struggling over a year with it and no bumps, just itchy like biting sensation and falling hair and evendeveloping an hairy tongue. when i read here i saw it part of STDs. My exposure in this is i was scratchd very badly on my back from one lady with her finger nails and i knew she was hiv+ and she must have blood on them and that was in DEC 2010 and i was safe with a preservatif. So is from there where i started to develope these itchy until now. I keep testd hiv negetive until today and now it scabies. is scabies a very dangerouse desease? do i have to worry about hiv? can scabies get killd forever after treatment and how long a proper treatment can last? plz i want ur help, answer me. can scabies pass hiv?
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