It will take four to six weeks for symptoms to show on your skin and body after you come in contact with an infected person. Each individual may witness different types of symptoms. The most common are
Severe itching, getting worse during the night
Tiny sores, irregular bumps and blisters over a rash; with thin burrow tracks
Scales on skin (when advanced).
In infants and young children, symptoms appear on the:
Palms of the hands
Soles of the feet
In older women, the symptoms appear:
In older men, symptoms can be visible on all of the above areas along with around the male genital area
In patients who have suffered from scabies before, the symptoms will show within days.
In patients who have not suffered from scabies before, the symptoms will take from four to six weeks to show. It is important to know that you are very likely to transfer the infection within days after you’ve been infected and even when the symptoms do not show at all.