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  1. yikes_bugs

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    I had posted a thread about finding yellowish matter on my brand new white encasement. Experts mentioned that it was not ureic spots: http://bedbugger.com/forum/topic/nymph-fecal-id

    I found a similar spot on my bedsheet today after I think I got bit.

    http://imgur.com/a/M8rSD

    I did not find any black fecal matter around this. Could this be ureic discharge? Thanks everyone.

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    I've not seen a deposit with that consistency before.

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    yikes_bugs - 24 minutes ago  » 
    I had posted a thread about finding yellowish matter on my brand new white encasement. Experts mentioned that it was not ureic spots: http://bedbugger.com/forum/topic/nymph-fecal-id
    I found a similar spot on my bedsheet today after I think I got bit.
    http://imgur.com/a/M8rSD
    I did not find any black fecal matter around this. Could this be ureic discharge? Thanks everyone.

    I just saw the original thread and answered there, but also look at this picture for comparison.
    Recently mated female with 3 eggs by louento.pix, on Flickr

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    BigDummy - 33 minutes ago  » 
    I've not seen a deposit with that consistency before.

    Thanks BigDummy. Am I correct to interpret from your statement that because of mismatch in consistency this is likely not ueric discharge? Can you please confirm?

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    loubugs - 14 minutes ago  » 

    yikes_bugs - 24 minutes ago  » 
    I had posted a thread about finding yellowish matter on my brand new white encasement. Experts mentioned that it was not ureic spots: http://bedbugger.com/forum/topic/nymph-fecal-id
    I found a similar spot on my bedsheet today after I think I got bit.
    http://imgur.com/a/M8rSD
    I did not find any black fecal matter around this. Could this be ureic discharge? Thanks everyone.

    I just saw the original thread and answered there, but also look at this picture for comparison.
    Recently mated female with 3 eggs by louento.pix, on Flickr

    Thanks Dr. Sorkin. I am ofcourse a novice, but when comparing it seems like the color and shape are different. Am I correct to interpret that?

    However could there be a difference between paper and bedsheet consistency?

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    yikes_bugs - 13 hours ago  » 

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    yikes_bugs - 24 minutes ago  » 
    I had posted a thread about finding yellowish matter on my brand new white encasement. Experts mentioned that it was not ureic spots: http://bedbugger.com/forum/topic/nymph-fecal-id
    I found a similar spot on my bedsheet today after I think I got bit.
    http://imgur.com/a/M8rSD
    I did not find any black fecal matter around this. Could this be ureic discharge? Thanks everyone.

    Thanks Dr. Sorkin. I am ofcourse a novice, but when comparing it seems like the color and shape are different. Am I correct to interpret that?
    However could there be a difference between paper and bedsheet consistency?

    Your stains have nothing to do with any uric acid depostion. That's why the color and shape are different.

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    Posted 3 years ago
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    Thanks Dr. Sorkin for the reassurance.


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