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What will happen if you don't fight with lice in a person: shocking consequences shown in the video

Alina MilsentLife
What are the first symptoms of lice appearance

If lice are not detected and treated in time, it can lead to dire consequences. Within a month, about 20 thousand parasites will be living in the hair and on the head.

It is important not to miss the first symptoms of lice. The TikTok account @whatifshow showed an impressive video illustrating how many lice can infest your head if left untreated (to watch the video, scroll to the end).

Lice spreads very quickly from an infected person through brushes, combs, towels, and personal contact.

Most often, the parasites are found in children of primary school age.

It is important not to overlook the first symptoms of lice:

  • Severe itching of the head
  • Crawling sensation on the scalp
  • Ulcers on the scalp
  • Wounds on the scalp from scratching

Lice can also cause a feeling of general weakness, which is common with colds or flu.

Within two weeks of infestation, the hair will be covered with tiny white eggs known as nits.

A week later, adults will begin to appear and crawl across the scalp. Lice reproduce rapidly, laying 6-10 nits per day. These nits can multiply by tens of thousands.

In addition to itching, lice can also cause an unpleasant odor. This is due to the accumulation of bacteria.

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