Bedbug bites are normally arranged in a cluster or line and appear red in color. Often a darker red spot is in the middle of the bite. Normally bedbug bites occur on the face and neck area as well as the arms and hands, ... More »

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Flea bites and bed-bug bites look similar, but can be distinguished by their appearance and arrangement on the affected area. Flea bites appear in groups of three or four, whereas bed bug bites appear in a straight patte... More »

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There's no magic remedy that instantly erases the mark that bed bugs leave behind. It takes at least a week for symptoms to disappear, and it may take up to two weeks, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. An... More »

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Bedbug rashes appear as itchy red bites with a darker red color in the middle and form in a line or cluster, according to Mayo Clinic. Bedbug bites most often occur on the face, arms, neck and hands. Sometimes bedbug bit... More »

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Bedbug bites are identified by tiny red bumps on the skin. The bites are typically situated in relatively straight rows, and they are usually found on the arms or shoulders. More »

Treatment for routine bed bug bites includes washing the bites with soap and water to prevent infections and applying either over-the-counter or prescription corticosteroid creams to bites that itch, according to the Ame... More »

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 »