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Lice

Also called: Pediculosis

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I suppose they might look brown if they had recently fed - here is a site with good information and pictures of lice infestations.  Fleas live...
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Not usually.  Since lice don't jump, you would need to either be in contact with infested clothes, or touch heads or hair with someone who...
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Hi Yes.Good Luck
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Hi Sounds more like a YI (yeast infection) OK YI are a fungus infection and the do love to hide in pubic hair, It would be a wise idea to shave, this...
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Which lice treatment? There are many......It is best to follow the exact package instructions.
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Hi Have a good read through this link, you should find lots of help.http://www.earthclinic.com/cures/lice.htmlJust copy into google to the www. to...
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Not everyone who are exposed to lice with get it, otherwise elementary schools would close down. Lice and their nits live on humans and only a...
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The removal of pubic hair is not medically-beneficial in any way, nor does it protect you from pubic lice. The removal of pubic hair is only a...
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Pubic lice (crabs) and body lice do not look like worms, so I don't know what you saw or treated, but if they are gone....this is good...
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I think the best thing to do would be to shampoo the hair and condition it. I am not an expert and have never done a lice treatment, but my opinion...
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Head lice live on heads; a place were is is warm. They do not live very long on objects like mattresses, furniture, carpet, etc. whether you drag...
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This is not necessary. Human (head) lice and their eggs do not live very long on furniture. Leave the rubbing alcohol alone. Just thoroughly...
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I don't know....I can't SEE them. Catch a few, put them in a container, and let someone identify your unwanted scalp residents. Your...
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Head lice are attracted to HAIR. The condition of the scalp is not that important.
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They can but it isn't as likely that they will. Lice like to live in clean oil free hair. Since African American's usually have more oil in...
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