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Red Splotches/Tiny Pin Pricks....bites?

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  1. goingcrazy123

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    Posted 9 months ago
    Fri Mar 9 2018 21:27:33
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    Had bed bugs in Oct-Dec.
    Had a PCO & canine smell in January - all clear.
    Two weeks ago had another (NESCDA-certified) guy come in and smell - all clear.

    But now I've got this weird mark on my hand that won't go away. It's hard to tell but it's red from like a few supppper tiny pin pricks.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/163266754@N04/shares/C8p222

    And then three little marks showed up on my ankle:
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/163266754@N04/shares/799biZ

    Thoughts?

    I'm super allergic to the bugs. I get red, splotchy bites. No bumps. not itchy.

  2. thirdusername

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    Posted 9 months ago
    Sat Mar 10 2018 2:35:06
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    Are you sure you never had bites in that area before?
    Old bites can reoccur.

    I am NOT an expert.
    My opinions are just opinions, they may NOT apply to yours or any situation.
    My advice is to always do a LOT of research.
    A lot of what I read contradicts other stuff on the Interweb.
  3. Mf1616

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    Posted 9 months ago
    Sat Mar 10 2018 11:16:19
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    Once we get bed bugs, we obsess over every little mark on our body that we wouldn’t have batted an eye at had we never been exposed to bed bugs.. If you said you usually get red splotchy bites, I wouldn’t think the marks you have now are bed bug related. Hands are prone to nicks and cuts on the best of days, and the marks on your ankle could just be ingrown hair(s) or something. Try not to worry.

    For the record, I am NOT an expert.
    My advice/opinion comes from past experience(s) with bed bugs and what I have read on-line.

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