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Treating bed bug bites

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  1. mrxxx

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Wed Jun 21 2017 8:55:41
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    I went to Doctor got protopic ointment big mistake made matters worse caused red skin syndrome.
    Went to second Doctor got antibiotics tetracycline has helped a lot but bites still there.
    Will be trying Sulfur Cream if that does not work Bentonite Clay and if that does not work will go to skin clinic and have chemical peel.
    I have had these disgusting bites for 9 months.
    Bed Bugs disgusting problem spray everywhere with bed bug killer also use neem oil but have to use neem oil lemon grass for mattress pilliow cases & bed sheets every 4 hours or you get re-bitten . will be buying that bed bug powder killer can`t remember its name earth something.
    Anyone with tips on treating bed bug skin bites would be welcome. I avoid hydrocortisone & steriods aloe vera does not do much , skleer conditioning gel is excellent for bed bug bites but very expensive. need something will get rid of skin redness caused by bed bug bites.

  2. Nobugsonme

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Wed Jun 21 2017 15:00:19
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    This might help:
    http://bedbugger.com/2007/06/01/itchy-and-scratchy-this-might-help/

    Sorry you've have bed bugs for 9 months. Have you had the ID visually verified?

    I started and run the site but am "not an expert."
  3. mrxxx

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Wed Jun 21 2017 16:27:10
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    Thank you for that.
    Do you know anything that treats the bed bug skin redness ?
    Something that reduces the redness?

  4. mrxxx

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  5. Livingagain

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Thu Jun 22 2017 7:32:08
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    You need to get rid of the bugs. Cimexa works better than the diatomaceous earth that you're talking about.


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