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Bedbugs - Prevention

What prevention measures do you use to avoid getting bedbugs bites?

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Comment from: bed bugs, 19-24 Male (Caregiver) Published: August 18

I use natural ways to kill bed bugs like olive oil, lemon grass oi, etc.

Comment from: lizannek12, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: July 01

I just returned from a rehabilitation facility, and after one, saw these bites all over my arms. I thought they might be bug bites, as we have had so much rain. I am getting more every day, and am hoping they are not bed bug bites! My house is so clean and I have never experienced this pain, itching and inflammation.


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What were the initial symptoms and signs of your bedbug bites?

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