Having many parasites in your house can be troublesome. Many of those parasites can be anywhere going unnoticed by anyone. They may even be at your bed crawling under your blanket or on your headboard. Have you ever wake up early in the morning finding out that you have itchy with so many rashes on the skin? You wonder what was causing that itching. You get many red small bumps on your skin. And you still wonder what can possibly cause that?
Many kinds of parasites can cause that. And some of them can bring with them bacteria and virus that can cause serious disease besides its itchy sensation. You must be able to identify them. One of the parasites mostly found nowadays around neighborhood is bed bug.
There are some characteristics you can find on bed bugs bites. Although some of them can also be found on other causes like allergy, it is actually quite different when you look clearly on them. You may be mistaken them for mosquito or flea bites. Bed bugs bites symptoms can be hard to identify for a few reasons.
However, to identify bed bugs bites and rashes on the skin you need to pay attention to the patterns of the bites, onset of symptoms and misdiagnosis and other signs in order to strongly confirm the bites you had as bed bugs bites. First we must take a look at the pattern. Bed bugs bites have generic looking. You can find them often as no more than small red bumps, similar to mosquito bites. The pattern of the bites though is a good indicator for bed bug bites.
Bed bug bites are often found in a unique bite pattern of a linear group of three or four. Some people sometimes refer them as a “breakfast, lunch, dinner” pattern. Bedbug bites can be found as a single spot but are often found in this straight line pattern.
The effect of bed bugs bites on humans can be different from person to person. They are different based on their skin sensitivity. There are typical symptoms like welts and swelling that are longer-lasting and itchier than mosquito bites.
However, some people have little or no reaction at all to the bites. The intricate thing is that there is a lag between the time you have been bitten and the time symptoms show up. Sometimes it could have a lag up to 9 days. You will have less lag between the biting and the showing of symptoms if you get more bites.