I recently found out that i might have bed bugs. My legs are filled with red spots. How can i kill the bugs?

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Question by May:
I recently found out that i might have bed bugs. My legs are filled with red spots. How can i kill the bugs?

And how can i remove the spots and itchiness from my hands face and legs…?//

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Answer by john_killebrew
you need a new matress,and spread sevin dust around the house leave it down a day or two and clean it up.if that doesn’t work call a pro

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britt April 12, 2011 at 7:23 am

you shouldnt kill them because they are not bed bugs….they are a typ of bug that bites you in the day and they show up th next morning.


Gurpreet April 12, 2011 at 7:28 am

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adamlynchbrown April 12, 2011 at 8:01 am

Only one thing I am afraid and that is change your mattress. I also suggest thoroughly washing all of your bed linen and nightwear. Finally, if you have a carpet or rug then remove it as bare floors do not tend to harbour mites.

But, your rash may not be bed bugs so have a pharmacist check you out first before you go to all the expense and trouble of doing what I suggested above!


Birdie April 12, 2011 at 8:19 am

If a person gets bitten by a bedbug, the bite will feel itchy. Bedbug bites look like little red bumps, and they can sometimes occur in a line on the body.
If you think you’ve been bitten by a bedbug, wash the bites with soap and water. Put on some calamine lotion to help with the itching. An adult can find an anti-itch cream at the drugstore for you. Try not to scratch the bites too much, because this can make the bites become infected.
If you get an infection from scratching bedbug bites, a doctor will need to prescribe medication to clear up the infection.
The best way to avoid getting bitten by bedbugs is to keep your room clean by changing your sheets once a week and vacuuming the floor often. If you have bedbug bites,spray your bed and baseboards with a special insecticide that will kill the bedbugs where they live.

Apply residual liquid, aerosol or dust residual insecticides such as Demand Cs, CB D Force Aerosol and Drione Dust.

Direct residual sprays or dusts such as Demand CS, Intruder HPX or Drione dust into areas where insects hide during the day.


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