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  1. reasonablyUncertain

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Tue Jun 18 2019 2:51:37
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    Found a couple of off-looking things in my bed just this evening. Not pictured, there were a couple of tiny black granules that smeared when I ran my nail over them.

    My boyfriend has an infestation identified within the past couple of days and I've not been to his place since. I haven't slept over recently, I've made it a point to wash and dry on hot everything I've had over at his place (bags, clothes, etc) as well as every washable thing in my bedroom, and I have yet to actually see a live bug at my place; I've even set up glue traps under my headboard and in my attached drawers under the bedframe and they've stayed empty for as long as they've been out.

    Did I catch on too late to prevent bringing them home? Are these what I think they are? Index fingernail for size comparison.

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 2 months ago
    Tue Jun 18 2019 3:03:02
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    Hi,

    Non of that is bedbug related.

    I would suggest reading the FAQ’s and monitoring on your end for early detection.

    Hope that helps.

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