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Please help identify bite - just informed of bbs at work

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  1. BuggedOut_

    Joined: May '19
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    Posted 4 months ago
    Tue Jul 23 2019 1:21:14

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    I had confirmed bbs at my old place (about a year ago) so I had recently hired a dog to search for bbs in my new apartment because it was wearing down my mental health. The results were negative (yay!).

    I work with at risk youth in a big city and just learned today that one youth has had bbs for a couple of weeks now. My job is not housing so they don’t sleep at my work, I’m wondering if it’s possible bbs could hitch hike and travel so that someone who works on the other side of the room would get them?

    I found an itch on my lower hip this evening and was hoping if any one could identify it? I know it’s difficult to tell from a bite but I noticed the red dots were in a line. Although, since taking a photo of the ‘bite’ it’s not as itchy.. here it is:

    Thank you to the person with professional experience for taking the time to read this and help.

  2. bed-bugscouk

    Joined: Apr '07
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    Posted 4 months ago
    Tue Jul 23 2019 3:44:05

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    It’s not that it’s difficult to I’d the cause of a skin reaction from its appearance, it’s IMPOSSIBLE.

    Please read the “bite primer” to better understand this aspect of bedbugs.

    David Cain
    Bed Bugs Limited

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