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Bedbugs (cont.)

Medical Treatment for Bedbug Bites

Medical treatment is usually not needed for bedbug bites. If required, medical treatment is aimed at relieving the symptoms caused by bedbug bites. In the rare cases of a systemic allergic reaction or a secondary skin infection, evaluation by a health-care professional may be necessary. Individuals may also want to seek medical care if they are unsure of what is causing their skin lesions.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 2/23/2015

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