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grrrrrrrrr just over a week back in school and.........

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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
.............................. them irritating little things are back. I check him every morning and every night, and tonight i found one, they been back at school exactly 8 bleedin days, and now im scratting like i have the lurgie
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banned8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
aww bless u gave a homeless little buggy a place to live wtg hehe :p:roll:
#2
mmm...i checked my lot tonight cos felt itching, nothing yet, but im expecting it
banned#3
loupomm
mmm...i checked my lot tonight cos felt itching, nothing yet, but im expecting it


i dont leave it now, he is checked morning and night, i cant believe bleedin 8 days into school and has them already :x:x
#4
My wife tells me that the school cannot even exclude the child who spreading nits. Bring back the nit nurse I say!

http://www.baneclene.com/images/lice.jpg
#5
my daughter is forever getting them but i keep all the boys hair short so luckily they very rarely get them
does your son have thick hair?
banned#6
Predikuesi
My wife tells me that the school cannot even exclude the child who spreading nits. Bring back the nit nurse I say!


no they cant, but i totally agree they should be sent home with a letter, the problem is theres a little girl now in my sons class who never brushes her hair let alone has it checked, and her mother aint no differe, but there is nothing the school can do, although i am getting to the stage i may approach the problem direct with the mother
banned#7
edjaned
my daughter is forever getting them but i keep all the boys hair short so luckily they very rarely get them
does your son have thick hair?


yes, he has short hair, but quite alot of it, apart from giving him a skin head, which would not suit him, he is very pale skinned and slim, so a skinhead would make him look ill
#8
Carley
Are you talking about men?



she wishes :whistling:
#9
And .... to make matters worse, schools can no longer give out free nit shampoo to kids. You can't win! My wife has to make sure she does not catch anything from the kids she teaches, but has done in the past despite her best efforts. If she brings any home, they wont find shelter on my head :)
#10
i do my little girls head every night and she keeps getting them. now the health centre say just comb every night and in the morning. which i do but they still appear .the little girl that has them and spreads them has never even been sent home. so the situation can be addressed and you can see clusters of them on her head .as i thought the scools had to send children with nits home.
#11
when my daughter was at nursery she played with a wee girl who had loads but i used a spray every morn from asda teatree and mint,she emptied the bottle down the sink and before i could get another she had caught them:x
banned#12
Predikuesi
And .... to make matters worse, schools can no longer give out free nit shampoo to kids. You can't win! My wife has to make sure she does not catch anything from the kids she teaches, but has done in the past despite her best efforts. If she brings any home, they wont find shelter on my head :)


i use lavendar oil, and only ever wash his hair on a friday, but comb it through with a nit comb every evening and morning, i dont haf feel sorry for the little girls that probably have this done to them with long hair, all because some parents cant be bothered
#13
sassie
yes, he has short hair, but quite alot of it, apart from giving him a skin head, which would not suit him, he is very pale skinned and slim, so a skinhead would make him look ill


i think its much worse with thick hair
all boys have thin hair so they hardly get them
but with my daughters thick hair its hard to know if they are all gone!they seem to be but then a couple of weeks later she has them again.its a nightmare
banned#14
ettam123
when my daughter was at nursery she played with a wee girl who had loads but i used a spray every morn from asda teatree and mint,she emptied the bottle down the sink and before i could get another she had caught them:x


is there anywhere else you can get this, im in town tomorrow, do boots sell something like this, although i beleive any spray leave in conditioner works
#15
thay say they cant jump
but how do they manage to spread so quickly i only ever see my daughter by the scalp
#16
home bargains do it i think i know they do the tea tree shampoo and comb
banned#17
twinks hun, how the devil are you, good holiday hun
#18
i got wild child repellant spray from boots
#19
i used to make out my head was itchy all the time so my mum would check through my hair coz i love getting my hair played with lol
#20
twinks
They do still send them home from school here believe it or not, yep still in the dark ages, somehow though it seems to work my kids have only caught them once a good 6 or 7 years ago :roll:


hope you had a nice holiday :thumbsup:
banned#21
edjaned
home bargains do it i think i know they do the tea tree shampoo and comb


no i was referring to the spray in stuff, i have teatree oil so can add that to my own shampoo, may by one of those leave in conditioners
banned#22
loupomm
i got wild child repellant spray from boots


oh, thanks, will have a look tomorrow, is that one you spray in every morning
#23
#24
sassie
oh, thanks, will have a look tomorrow, is that one you spray in every morning


yes its a spray, natural ingredients etc
banned#25
i have never used any chemicals on his hair, other than whats in shampoo - lol so are these any worse than shampoo
banned#26
twinks
i used a mousse i got from tesco pharmacy when my kids had them, it was fab, did the job straight away not sure what it was called but cost about a tenner


hun, i would run out of money if i used that every time hes likely to get them now this kid is in his class - lol
banned#27
what's so bad about having nits then?
1 Like #28
sassie
i have never used any chemicals on his hair, other than whats in shampoo - lol so are these any worse than shampoo


Wild Child Quit Nits Head Lice Defence Spray

Description
Founded by Margaret River, Western Australia by Leanne Preston, Wild Child has become a world pressence in natural health care for children. Wild Child's new patented technology has been scientifically proven to effectively limit re-infestation. Quit Nits Head Lice Defence Spray also gently conditions hair, leaving it shiny with a natural clean fragrance. Can be used by the whole family.
Directions
3 simple steps to control head lice infestation:
1. Lightly spray Quit Nits Head Lice Defence Spray onto dry hair.

2. Use a regular comb or brush to spread throughout the hair.

3. For best results, repeat daily or as often as required.

Ingredients
Aqua, polysorbate 20, acetum, alcohol, fragrance, geranium (oil), simethicone, cetrimonium chloride, lavandula anugustifolia, eucalyptus globulus, fusanus spicatus, limonene, linalool, geranoil, farnesol, citral, eugenol, citronellol
banned#29
lumoruk
what's so bad about having nits then?


for my son nothing, he doent mind me combing his haor with a nit comb, but when he spreads them onto me then thats the problem as i cant see what im doing in my own hair, so have to just pull the comb through and rips half my hair out, daughters same we dont usually go near him till hes been checked - lol
#31
i have a sealed box of this i bought at boots reduced section, expiry date still aug '09 if you want i'll send you a box
banned#32


thanks, will deffo nip into boots tomorrow, im itching like a buger now :x
banned#33
loupomm
i have a sealed box of this i bought at boots reduced section, expiry date still aug '09 if you want i'll send you a box


awww thanks hun, but i got a voucher to spend in boots so it wont cost me anything, although you could send it onto the child whose spreading them - lol
#34
sassie
awww thanks hun, but i got a voucher to spend in boots so it wont cost me anything, although you could send it onto the child whose spreading them - lol


ok np, thought i'd save you buying if you didnt like, was only 50p :lol: :thumbsup:
#35
im sure you can take the child into your local chemist and get free treatment now,not sure if its just scotland that does this
banned#36
ettam123
im sure you can take the child into your local chemist and get free treatment now,not sure if its just scotland that does this


thanks for the info, you cannot do that here, and i dont wish to have any treatments, i can deal with the problem without trweatments, i was something to prevent the problem
#37
This thread has set me off scratching!!

Problem today is exactly the same as the problem was back when my eldest started school in the late 80's - same children having them and not getting it sorted out at home, vicious circle.

Parents like sassie etc. sort it out send children back to school and they got re-infected from ones that do nothing.

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