What would happen if you had head lice and never treated it?!

Question: What would happen if you had head lice and never treated it!?
would they end up burrowing into your scalp, or would they get to a piont where they did not get any worseWww@Answer-Health@Com

I've seen a pic somewhere where every single millimeter of hair on the person's head was covered with nits!. A rare case!.
The nits hatch within 8 - 9 days!.
Usually one head holds only about 5 to 8 breeding lice so when they hatch they need to move onto fresh territory - someone else's head - asap!. But until such an opportunity arises, they stick with you for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacking in between!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

there was this girl at school who always had head lice,her parents wouldn't do anything about it and it go so bad that you could see her hair moving and they used to crawl done her face and onto her clothes!.

in the end no one would go near her, it wasn't her fault her parents were nasty to her and in the end the school got involved and told the parents to get rid of them else she would have to leave

she left in the end

i don't see how anybody could live with the itchy scalp but no they wouldn't bury into your scalp you will just be very uncomfortably and have no friendsWww@Answer-Health@Com

Err!. No, they wouldn't burrow into your scalp!. Probably they'd just get quite bad, but then you may find that they go away of their own accord! It happens sometimes!.

Ahh, just thinking about them makes me head itchy xPWww@Answer-Health@Com

I think you would just have lice for a really long time lol!. Besides, they would probably be over all your clothes and bedding so you will never get rid of themWww@Answer-Health@Com

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