I'm confused by those talking about seeing mites. Scabies are too tiny to see with the naked eye. I've had it twice now and no, you can't see them. If you could see them it would be easy for doctors to diagnose because they could scrape it off and stick it under the microscope. You have something different completely.
Ivermectin - Scabies are too tiny to see without a microscope. Wrong mite? Dermodex?
Question posted by JaneX on 23 July 2020
Last updated on 27 July 2020
That’s so true! They are microscopic, and definitely cannot be seen with the naked eye. Can you please share what you did to get rid of them? Right now I am drinking a glass of water with a tablespoon of diatomaceous earth.
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