Now, it is time to learn more about the symptoms of this unpleasant skin disease. Once the mite is transferred from one individual to another, the victim will have no clue for about 6 weeks or even more: there will be no visual signs. If a person uses to have the same problem before, he or she will sense the signs earlier than those who face the problem for the first time in their lives.
As it was mentioned, the symptoms are mostly visual. The body’s surface turns rather itchy. The reddish spots cover the affected regions, turning into a rash soon. The problem becomes visually and physically more noticeable at night. Visual symptoms are not the only clues: the person feels the area is irritated and can’t withstand scratching it. The infection forms wounds which might require extra recovery with the help of specific antibiotics.