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Bed Bug Symptoms

Bed Bug Symptoms

By Mark | Bed Bugs Symptoms

One of the worst things that can arise is you waking up and finding bites on your body. Suddenly all your fears of bed bugs return as you rack your brain for what bed bug symptoms are! Do you have bed bugs or not? How can you tell?

Well, let me help in this article – I’m going to list and describe in detail a bunch of the telltale signs that you are dealing with bed bugs so that you can accurately determine whether you need to start a treatment plan to kill them or go back to sleep. This can be a stressful situation, so try to stay calm and read the list of bed bug signs objectively. I’ve known many people to think they have bed bugs based on 1 or 2 bites and to then go overboard and start buying sprays and throwing their stuff away.

While you definitely want to start getting rid of bed bugs as soon as you have them, you also need to accurately determine whether you have bed bugs or not! So, let’s begin.

First off, there are various bed bug symptoms. Some of them are obvious, like bites or seeing bed bugs in your home. Others are less obviously, such as the odor and stains that bed bugs can leave. Below are some of these common symptoms of bed bugs below to help you identify whether you have bed bugs or not.

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Bed Bug Bites Treatment – 14 Home Remedies That Work

By Mark | Bed Bugs Symptoms

No one likes being bitten by bugs of any kind, and although bed bug bites aren’t dangerous, they are annoying and can be very itchy. So in this post, I’m going to tell you about 14 home remedies that will help reduce the itching and possible pain as well as shorten your recovery time. Every bed bug bites treatment described is easy, cheap, and effective!

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Bed Bug Bites

Bed Bug Bites

By Mark | Bed Bugs Symptoms

Do bed bugs bite?

“Good Night, Sleep Tight, Don’t let…” We all know what’s coming, but I think that most of us, as we grew up, thought that the rhyme was just a cute children’s tale. Personally, we were very disappointed to learn that it’s true. If you have time, feel free to read our article on what are bed bugs. As briefly as possible, bed bugs do exist and they do bite. Keep reading for more information on bed bug bites.

What do bed bug bites look like?


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There is no question that we’re asked more often than What do Bed Bug Bites Look Like? Unfortunately, this is a very hard question to answer, as the appearance of bed bug bites can vary from person to person. On some people, it may look like a rash. On others, raised bumps. And on the very lucky few (approximately 20% of the population), there will be no reaction at all. What’s more, even if there are visible signs of bed bug bites, they don’t always have to itch – they may be painful instead.

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bed bug signs

Bed Bugs Signs

By Mark | Bed Bug Detection , Bed Bugs Symptoms

Because extermination of bed bugs can be so lengthy and expensive, it’s important to first look for bed bugs signs in order to determine if you actually have a bed bug problem.

So, in this article I’m going to give you a bunch of different bed bugs signs you should look for in order to determine whether you have bed bugs at home or not. But to start with I’m going answer a very common question that people ask when they’re trying to tell if you have bed bugs, and that is: “wouldn’t I be able to see bed bugs if I have them?”
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bed bug allergy

Bed Bug Allergy

By Mark | Bed Bug Detection , Bed Bugs Symptoms

For most of us, bed bugs are a serious annoyance, but for some unlucky people who have a bed bug allergy, bed bugs can pose a bigger issue.

According to CNN.com, bed bugs bites were discussed at the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. This is because bed bugs can cause allergies from severe itchiness to asthma symptoms and, in rare cases, anaphylaxis (an acute, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that can cause your blood pressure to decrease and your breathing to become difficult).

Even if you do not suffer a bed bug allergy after getting bitten by bed bugs, swelling and blisters can result from scratching the bites.

So, what can you do if you have bed bug allergies?

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