CDC Bed Bugs: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). (323)

CDC Bed Bugs: Peoples want to know many things about bed bugs and ask questions to CDC or Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. CDC is ready to answer their questions, saving lives, and protecting people. Here we have furnished some questions and answers which most people are searching; such as: What are bed bugs? Where are bed bugs found? Do bed bugs spread disease? What health risks do bed bugs pose? Find here all of the answers.

CDC Bed Bugs: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Including all of the above answers, you’ll learn What are the signs and symptoms of a bed bug infestation? How do you know if you’ve been bitten by a bed bug? How you get bed bugs? Who is at risk of getting bed bugs? How are bed bugs treated and prevented? Watch the video below to get all the answers to the above questions.

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What are bed bugs?

Bedbugs are Red-brown oval shaped tiny insects live on warm blood of humans and animals.

Where are bed bugs found?

Bedbugs are usually found in bed mattress and its nearest area. They are commonly found in the human populated area, old residence and old bedding.

Do bed bugs spread disease?

It’s not yet proved to transmit any disease.

What health risks do bed bugs pose?

Bedbugs biting may cause itching for most people and infection for very few people.

What are the signs and symptoms of a bed bug infestation?

Live or dead bedbugs, their eggs, husk or dung, Blood spot or stain on the mattress, pillow, bed sheet etc. are the sign of bedbugs. Only live bedbugs can ensure you that you’re currently infested with bed bugs.

How do I know if I’ve been bitten by a bed bug?

All people may not experience bed bugs bite marks. For some people, it may not appear at all. Other people may find bite spot in the body and very few people suffer infestation from severe itching.

How did I get bed bugs?

Anybody can get bedbugs from anywhere including high-end hotel, air flight, even new clothing, and furniture.

Who is at risk of getting bed bugs?

Everybody is at risk of getting bedbugs. Frequent travelers and who visits infested person or area is at high risk.

How are bed bugs treated and prevented?

Usually, no need any serious treatment of bedbug bites. Avoid scratching the area of biting and apply antiseptic cream or lotion, take an antihistamine if necessary. Learn more: How to prevent bed bugs infestation?

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Content source: Global Health – Division of Parasitic Diseases

 

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