I'm having a major problem getting rid of head lice from my daughter's hair. She has been treated 3 times with Rid and twice with Cetaphil treatments with daily combings with a lice comb in between. Every time I comb out her hair, I spray it down w/water, section it off with clips and go thru it layer by layer rinsing the comb in water in between layers. I find 4 to 10 nits daily. Everything in her room that can be washed has been washed in hot water multiple times. The stuff that cannot be washed has been sprayed with lice spray multiple times, including her car seat and all our furniture. I honestly do not know what else to do. We have been dealing with this for 8 weeks now. Any tips?View Thread
I did see adults, but I have not seen them since July 4th. I am seeing, what look like small adults, I am guessing it's the nymphs. I bought a new head lice comb from a beauty supply store yesterday so I am hoping this will help. Thanks for your reply. I will keep that in mind if this continues.View Thread
My 11-yr-old son has had this same problem for years. It's called encopresis. The only solution we found that works is MiraLAX. He gets 1/2 the adult dose before bed and then we make him go to the bathroom first thing when he gets up in the morning. The MiraLAX makes him go all at once instead of multiple times in small amounts throughout the day. After dealing with this since he was 5, I know how frustrating it is. MiraLAX has been a savior for us. Best of luck to you.View Thread
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