How Bed Bugs infestation is Serious?:

Bed Bugs Reproduction & Weather Effect:

A female Bed Bug lays approximately five eggs in 1 day and about 500 during her lifetime. Bed Bugs are temperature sensitive. Therefore you can find that these problem are common mostly in summer as compare to winter. it shouldn’t say that they don’t lay eggs in winter. As we said on above they are temperature sensitive so extreme cold and extreme hot temperature both aren’t appropriate for them. For example where these problem is on initial stage you can find that bed bugs aren’t present in Kitchen because of Extreme Hot Temperature. Under normal room temperatures and with an adequate food supply, they can live for more than 300 days.
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Spotting Signs of Bed Bugs:

The most obvious sign that there might be bedbugs in your home is that people complain of bites that occurred while they were asleep. If this happens, you should examine the bedrooms for bedbugs and signs of bedbug activity.
Look carefully into the creases in the bed linen, and seams and tufts of mattresses and box springs for bugs or eggs. The eggs will look like tiny pale poppy seeds.
Signs of bedbug activity may exist beneath loose areas of wallpaper near beds, in the corner of desks and dressers, in the laundry, and in drawers.
Look out for dark brown or reddish fecal spots (bedbug droppings, excrement). If the area has a large population of bedbugs, you may sense a coriander-like odor. The excrement is a liquid that looks either light brown or black that can either bead up or be absorbed by the material around it.


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Bed Bugs Bites

Some people will not experience a reaction to a bed bug bite at all. Those that do experience symptoms of a bite are likely to experience one or more of the following:

  • A bite with a red, swollen area and a dark red center.
  • Bites in a line or grouped together in a small area.
  • Blisters or hives at the bite site.
  • Bites can happen anywhere on the body. Most commonly they occur on areas of skin that are exposed while sleeping, such as the face, arms, legs, and hands.
  • Do bedbugs transmit disease?

    There is no record of a disease being transmitted or caused by bedbugs.
    A review conducted in 2009 found that while they are highly resistant to various ways of getting rid of them, bedbugs seem to be more of a nuisance than a serious health problem, but the possibility that they could one day serve as a vehicle for disease has not been well researched.
    Some say hepatitis B or Chagas disease could potentially be transmitted by bedbugs if the settings were right. However, bedbugs are not currently known to transmit any diseases.
    The biggest risk for humans comes from secondary bacterial infection, which in this case would be as a result of scratching the skin. Scratching, if it breaks the skin, allows bacteria to penetrate – but the bacteria would not have been from the bed bugs.

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