Signs of a Bed Bug Infestation.txt by BannavtiEric

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One morning you start to notice tiny red bumps appear on your body in various places. Could this
be the work of those Bed Bugs our mothers warned us about? Or maybe its fleas, or ticks, or just
mosquito bites? Determining if you in fact have a Bed Bug infestation is the most important part of
any eradication procession. By correctly identifying if you indeed have a Bed Bug infestation or not
will save you time and money. Carefully study these following words and you will be able to
determine if you need to call the local exterminator or not.

Bed Bugs bites are small, red, and annoyingly itchy. Bed bugs survive by feasting on the blood on
unsuspecting warm-blooded animals, including humans. The result of their feeding is usually a
raised red bump or welt on the external surface of skin. While feeding the bed bugs secrets an
anesthetic into its host which in turn creates an allergic reaction which creates the bumps or welts.
Tick and flea bites usually are identified by a red dot in the center, but one common occurrence in
both flea/tick and Bed Bug bites are the sequential nature of the bumps.

Usually in rows of 3 closely related sites of puncture. Not all reactions to bed bug bites are the
same, some people just experience the itchiness while some might even experience nausea and
illness. Depending on the persons skin, the type of bug, and environment the attack occurred, will
sometimes determine the reaction. Typically mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks are more visible than
bedbugs and those animals attack during anytime of the day, while bed bugs primarily feed at
night. If you do not see the bug causing your various bites, chances are its a bed bug.

A good technique in searching for Bed Bugs in your mattress is to take a look at the mattress
under the sheet. At times one can see dark stains that resemble ink spots on the surface of the
mattress. These spots are in fact fecal matter from the insect which is actually digested blood. This
is a tell tale sign of infestation. Further investigation might turn up actual carcasses of the animal
or the remains of molted exoskeletons throughout your mattress top. If you happen to find itchy
bumps on yourself, and initiate a thorough search of your mattress you can easily identify if you
have a Bed Bug infestation or not. Employ this knowledge to better yourself and protect your
home.




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