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Everyone reacts differently to bed bug bites but the typical reaction is small, red, raised, itchy bumps.
Bites are not painful and many people will not react at all making detection that much more difficult.
It is important to note that roughly 70% of people do not react to bed bug bites, when first bitten. All studies conducted to date indicate that there is no evidence to suggest that bed bugs are capable of transferring disease from one person to another.


People can also experience a delay from the time they were bitten to the time it takes to react. This means you may not react to bites received the previous week until you have returned home. In the case of an extreme infestation and where children have been bitten there is a chance they can develop an iron deficiency. Although some bed bug bites do not leave any marks, others can produce small red bumps or rashes.


If a rash persists or becomes infected you should contact your doctor or a medical professional immediately.



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