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Bed bug bites are similar to those of a flea or mosquito but appear slightly swollen, reddish and irritated. People allergic to bed bug bites develop painful swellings and anaphylaxis, according to Centers for Disease Co... More »

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Some signs that bedbugs may be present in a home include blood stains on pillowcases, black or rust-colored stains on mattresses or walls, and an unusual odor. Another sign is itchy red bites that appear on the skin. More »

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Bedbug bites take three to six weeks to heal, according the National Pest Management Association. Healing time varies greatly based on a person's individual reaction to the bites and whether or not an active bedbug infes... More »

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Bed bug bites show up as an allergic reaction to the tiny insect's saliva, appearing between one and three days afterward in the form of a raised red welt with an annoying itch, explains Dr. Andrea Bledsoe for Everyday H... More »

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Bed bug bites usually cause red, itchy welts on the skin, and they are often clustered together, according to Orkin. They are commonly found on areas of the body that are most likely to be exposed while sleeping, such as... More »

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Bed bug bites typically disappear in one to two weeks. Bites are usually not dangerous and can be treated with over-the-counter anti-itch creams, according to Healthline. More »

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Bed bug bites cause red bumps that often form clusters on the skin, says Mayo Clinic. If a person experiences an allergic reaction to the bites, hives and blisters can form on the skin and spread. More »

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