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  1. jannifer20

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    Posted 10 years ago
    Sun Nov 16 2008 7:55:14
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    I had my one unit home treated from May-Aug. So far no signs of BB in my bed. All
    clothes are in Ziplock bags. Sticky traps by legs of beds. My skin itches, but no real bites. Winter's coming here (WI) and the furnace is on a lot. So I'm thinking it's just dry skin.
    I took a bath yesterday and found 2 bugs floating in my bath. I don't know what kind of bugs. I took them out with a paper towel. They were small and fell apart so I wasn't able to bag them to identify them.
    Do I take a wait and see approach? I am getting more red moles that people have been talking about on the forum. I don't know what else to do. I don"t want my daughter to come over. She's got a lot of problems and if she got them, it would be too much for her. Like many of you, I have lost sleep over this and am tired and sad. Please, I would appreciate any advice. Thanks

  2. BBcoukHome

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    Posted 10 years ago
    Sun Nov 16 2008 8:24:43
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    Hi,

    I just posted ont he red moles thread. Can you please get a picture for some of us to look at so we can see exactly what you mean.

    David

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    Posted 10 years ago
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    BBcoukHome - 2 hours ago  » 
    Hi,
    I just posted ont he red moles thread. Can you please get a picture for some of us to look at so we can see exactly what you mean.
    David

  4. jannifer20

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    Posted 10 years ago
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    David,
    Do not have camera available, but would really like to see what others' look like.

    Jannifer


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