Can a child have strep throat and scabies at the same time

Yes it can be possible .Scabies, also known as sarcoptic mange and colloquially known as the itch, is a contagious ectoparasitic skin infection characterized by superficial burrows .

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Posted by roman - May 27, 2010 at 7:30 am

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6 Responses to “Can a child have strep throat and scabies at the same time”

  1. cheap dental insurance says:

    being a mother myself, i have to say i am a little bit relieved


  2. Internet Marketing Cornwall says:

    I don’t even know what scabies is, but your lymph glands will swell if you are sick in any way. The lymph glands are used in fighting off illness, and they enlarge the busier they get, to the point where you look like a bullfrog if you’re full on flu-like sick.


  3. ibiza hen weekend says:

    We supervise children from the ages of 5-12 on Sunday mornings. Usually we have 15-25 children with 2-4 adult workers. In a few weeks we are hosting a conference and are planning on that number being at least doubled. I wanted to find out if there is a legal child to adult ratio for churches who care for children, or if that ratio only applies to daycare centers. I want to make sure we have all our bases covered legally and for the safety of the children. Thanks!


  4. jquery developer birmingham says:

    I wouldn’t have thought they’d be related to one another, in all honesty.


  5. Glennda says:

    Scabies, I’m scared of that. Although my daughter doesn’t have that. Her skin is very sensitive.


  6. aaron williams says:

    Strep throat and scabies are really horrible to have. When a child has these, he can throw more tantrums. Thank God there are doctors who can make the children well. Scabies sounds very serious. When symptoms show, they have to be treated right away.


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