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  1. Itchy?
  2. Recognize scabies
  3. What causes scabies?
  4. Where on your body?
  5. Treatment with tablets
  6. Videoclip

1. Itchy?

Do you have an itch? It could be scabies. Do you think you could have scabies? Go to the GCA.

2. Recognize Scabies

Scabies looks like the picture below. Red spots wich are itchy. Scratching will cause wounds and infections.

3. What causes scabies?

Scabies is caused by a tiny little mite. This is what the mite looks like under the microscope. It digs a lot of paths underneath your skin, which is causing the itchyness.

4. Where on your body?

The mite lives (and also lay eggs) on the warm spots of your body. So scabies will be most likely found here.

5. Treatment with tablets


6. Videoclip

All steps above are also explained in this videoclip.

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