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Your daughter as a girl in the age bracket between 8-14 belongs to the group that statistically has the highest risk of catching head lice. If we ignore for a moment the “yuck” factor and the itching, head lice are interesting creatures. They remain on the head of “their” human and have a little blood snack every few hours. They don’t voluntarily leave ...


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It's fairly unlikely that your son would have gotten that many head lice from one play session. Head lice normally transfer from hair to hair contact, which tends to be fleeting enough that the normal mode of infection is a single louse that then lays eggs. It's more likely that your son got infected a couple of weeks ago and most of the lice are grown up ...


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I do head lice removal for a living. The best is washing the hair with warm water the shampoo and conditioner. Then I would use a lice comb but make sure to keep adding heavy amount of conditioner so that it will go through the hair easier. It's hard not to pull hair out b/c you do no matter what. Hope that helps answer your question.


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