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Bed Bugs are blood-suckers commonly found in motels, hostels or boarding houses where itinerant travelers stay overnight. They are often found in buildings used to store second-hand furniture or clothing.
How do Bed Bugs get into bed? They are transported with luggage, clothing and other articles, but not on the person. It is not possible to know if someone is a ‘carrier’.
Bed Bugs do bite … at night. Next morning you may see dots of blood in a line on bed linen. The blood has a sickly sweet odor. Also look for dried blood deposits around cracks in the bed, bed-head, flooring, bedside furniture and mattress.
Bed bugs life cycle: From the egg, the bed bug has five nymphal stages before becoming an adult. The adults and nymphs leave their harborage area to feed every 2 to 3 days. They feed for 3 to 5 minutes at night, in the early morning hours, before returning to their harborage area, usually located within a few meters from their feeding area. They can survive for long periods without a blood meal
Adverse skin reactions: Some people have an adverse skin reaction to the bite of bed bugs. They inject an anti-coagulant chemical into the bloodstream of it’s host which prevents the blood from clotting. This allows the bed bug to suck out the blood until it is fully engorged.
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