The affected person and all family members should be thoroughly screened to find evidence of lice or eggs. Screening all members of the family is crucial to prevent re-infestation.
Last year in October while I was away at college, I contracted lice, I suspect from my roommate. I could not figure out why my head itched so bad and I suspected it was a scalp condition. I went to the University Clinic and they told me it was lice. I tried all of the over the counter medicines and nothing worked for months. By December I was tired and decided it was time to go to the doctor, which only led me to more over the counter meds. All the medicines were doing was burning my scalp and I did not have any one to pick nits for me since I was away at school. I fought lice off and on for the whole school year and could not seem to get rid of them. My mother told me at the end of the school year not to come back home until they were completely gone. I looked on the internet and found Lice Clinics of America. With one treatment, my head lice were gone. I even went back for a recheck and I am still lice free. I wish I had known about the clinic last year when I first got it. Next time I am even skeptical that I or a friend or family member has lice, I am referring them to the Lice Clinic in Crown Point, IN.*
After hundreds of dollars spent on worthless prescription and over-the-counter so-called remedies, hours turned into days of combing and a near emotional breakdown, I came across an AirAllé provider. I happily went to her to receive “treatment” and wished I had known of her before I wasted so much time and money.*