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Is Lice Visible
Millions of lice in hair without noticing , a firm rubbery small swollen lymph node is there -2 weeks already after the lice is removed-normal?
Is it normal for dead scabies, eggs and burrows to look white beneath the skin after permethrin treatment? Will they surface?
Lotsof lice in hair without noticing , a firm rubbery smallswollen lymp node is there -2 weeks already after the lice is removed, when it will go away?
Few weeks: Lymph nodes react to local inflammation or infection. The first thing to check is that you actually did get all the lice out and there aren't a few poking around in there, causing ongoing issues. Assuming they are all out, a lymph node can last several weeks, until the inflammatory cycle has played out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is under skin on penis shaft not visible can only be felt, about 2'' long horizontal bulging vein? It is stationary and only moves if erection.
A tiny (1mm) pink bump (my skin is fair) is on outer labia where hair grown. What is it? Is it just common wart?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
They just visit: Briefly - they will die off fast. Scabies mites that live on pets are different from the ones found on humans. But, mites on pets may be transmitted to you from an infested pet. They can burrow under your skin resulting in itching. This type of mite will not reproduce on you ; should die within several days. You won't require medication but your animal needs to be treated. ...Read more
Sure.: Avoid contact with others hair; do not share clothing--especially hats, scarves, hair bows. Do not share combs or brushes. Do not lie on beds, pillows, carpets or stuffed toys of those with head lice. Wash clothes, bed linens, etc with hot water (at least 130*f) & use the high heat drying cycle. Prophylactic treatment with otc or prescription medications can also be prudent for head lice control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Head Lice: Adult lice on scalp. The most common spots to find adult lice are behind your ears and along the back of your neck. Lice are tiny, about the size of a strawberry seed, but they can be up to 1/8 inch (3 millimeters) in size. Lice eggs (nits) on hair shafts. Nits resemble tiny pussy willow buds. Nits can be mistaken for dandruff, but unlike dandruff, they can't be easily brushed out of hair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pediculosis pubis: Is the name for crabs infesting the pubic area. Crabs (lice) often live in the pubic area or near the anus. The can also live in the hair or eye lashes. The lice’s saliva can cause a person to become very itchy, which is usually worse at night. There may be spots on skin that look bluish gray where the lice has bitten. Sores can develop when skin is scratched. The diagnosis is made by identifying. ...Read more
Depends: The term hydrocephalus is generally used to describe any condition producing an excess of fluid within the brain. The more common form is due to a blockage of the spinal fluid plumbing system with a buildup of pressure that can expand the infant skull. Another cause is the loss of brain substance due to injury (stroke, infection) & fluid fills is the empty space under little or no pressure. ...Read more