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Didn't you ever get a clue when they itched instead of hurt? I would have first gone to a dermatologist instead of wasting so much money on treatments.

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There is probably some of those buggers nesting inside the mattress. Washing the living daylight out of those sheets would do jack shit :l

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Yep the only thing you can do to be sure you get rid of them is buy a new bed and bomb the house. You will also need to have the carpet cleaned if you have carpet. Good luck!

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Because bed-bugs hide until you're fast asleep, evolution designed them to hide and wait until you're so asleep you won't feel them bite. They hide in the very tiny cracks and corners. Which is why cleaning your sheets and adding chemicals doesn't help.

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Yeah, they usually hide underneath the boards of beds and that's how they enter the house. You can check and wash your sheets as much as you want, but it's the bed that's really hiding them, and most people don't do regular bed inspections.

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They can hide anywhere in the house though. Picture an apple seed, that's how big they are. Now, picture how many places an apple seed could fit. Good luck sleeping.

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Yup they can. They can also live under rugs, behind photo frames on your wall, your bed frame and even in outlets. In my opinion they're the worst type of bug to try to get rid of.

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I've had a bed bug problem for almost a year now. My mom spent $3000 on an exterminator. He put slip covers around the mattress and sprayed around the room a bit. he came to our house about 3 times. I told him that I still saw a few in my room and he said that they're probably in my outlet and sprayed it a bit and then left. That was in the summer. This January the bed bugs resurfaced and unfortunately our contract only lasted 90 days so we didn't call an exterminator. Turns out they were nestin

Woww, I'm so sorry OP, I know how expensive acne medicaton can be... but I feel like bed bugs are even worse, they are soo creepy to me. Time to throw out that mattress!

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#13, doctor's don't always correctly diagnose bed bug bites. Mine thought I had an allergic reaction, then thought I had a problem with dust mites. Didn't know bed bugs were real until I Googled the bites.

Those must be some viscous bed bugs to make you think you have acne o.O but then again, im imagining you to have the severe type... unless theres a suttle type of acne? =_=

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I knew bugs could be vicious but I had no idea they could flow like a liquid. You learn something new every day. /sarcasm

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