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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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Sample photos of bedbug bites are available on WebMD.com and HealthLine.com. In addition to photos, both websites explain how to determine whether a bite is from a bedbug. More »

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Cockroach bites typically cause the skin to become bright red and swollen, similar to a mosquito or bedbug bite, according to CockroachBite.net. Roach bites are approximately 1 to 4 millimeters wide depending on the type... More »

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Because bedbugs bite at night and bite painlessly, you will probably not notice them biting your skin. Signs of bedbug bites include itching and red welts on the skin. Keep the bugs from biting you by applying prevention... More »

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To use a bedbug insecticide, apply it to any area where there could be bedbugs, including the bed frame, box spring, carpet edges, hollow spaces and interior of closets. Insecticides are available in liquid, aerosol and ... More »

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Some stores that sell bedbug sprays include Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe's and Target. Each store offers various types of products that target bedbugs and eggs. More »

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Bedbug sprays are based on insecticides, with the most common active ingredients being pyrethroids or pyrethrins. These are highly flammable, powerful insecticides that must be handled carefully and used only in accordan... More »

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