Identifying Bed Bug Bites

Bed bug bites are usually hard to identify because most insect bites look the same and bed bug bites look really the same with other insect bites.

Do not be worry because even dermatologist cannot diagnose bed bug bites just by simply looking at the bitten area.

Since it is hard to identify a bed bug bite from other insect bites, we must find other means to know if we have been victimized by bed bugs.

Suspecting that you are being attacked by bed bugs, you must do the following to really identify if the bites are from bed bugs.

First, search for possible invasion of bed bugs in your bed. Search for red or brown spots on your linens especially on the linings and folds of your bedding.

They usually hide in these areas because these are not exposed areas so they can stay there for long.

Second, monitor the appearance of the bites. If you notice that the bites are present every morning when you wake up. Then there is a possibility that you have bed bugs.

Third, know how a bed bug bite looks like. Bed bug bite usually looks like small red bumps and its middle sometimes has a scab or red dot on it.

The area that the bite is in will be inflamed or irritated. Look for small white welt on the bites, this are very common for bed bug bites. Bed bug bites usually forms a line or a circle. They may be large or small in size.

If you see and experience all these, then you must clear out your bed and get rid of the bed bugs. There is no need to panic if you have bed bugs because they are not carriers of any diseases, they can only cause allergic reactions through their bites.

If you are unsure of the manner that you eliminated your bed bugs, you can get the help of the experts for this matter to ease the worry.

You can now sleep with ease and be relaxed without the worry of waking up with red spots due to bed bug bites.