I just paid $3,200 to treat a small infestation in my house for bed bugs. I got a lot of bites but I'm getting these lumpy small balls under my skin. Is that normal for a bite or is it possible they can lay eggs under my skin?
Bed bugs do not lay eggs in your skin or your ears. Bed bugs have nests, and their instinct is to lay eggs in their nesting area. They will not nest in your ears or skin.
Bed bugs consume a blood meal, but biting you and consuming your blood. And then, they immediately retreat back to their nesting area.
You do not need to worry about them being in your skin or ears.
My answer is that I agree with you ryantaglianetti; I too just treated home for infestation; and like you I have been bitten a lot; again like you I keep getting these lumpy small balls under my skin that my doctor calls moles; but, dermatologist thinks differently. I believe that these bugs have evolved into laying their eggs, in our skin and on it. I say this because I took some roll on nair and put it on my arms and legs; I saw, where the cream rolled into small lumpy balls, whereas, if I had not used the cream I couldn't see these little white balls; that have not quite turned into the lumpy bump like fissures on my hands, legs, feet, and neck. I do not know, if you are experiencing any of what I am but, it really freaked me out. lol! I sincerely, hope that someone will answer this question, because, I really want to know the answer with
facts. "Please". You, see, I never grew hair on my arms, or legs. so I am basically hairless, and for the lotion to just roll into these little white balls; the first thing that came to my mind is that these things laid eggs in me or on me?
OMG! Someone need to tell you the truth about what bedbugs do.I had to get to be 63 years old to find out. I've read blogs saying that they don't get on plants, no, picture frames, yes, dogs no..let me try and save you some grief. I see little black dots on my plants that I take a damp tissue and wipe them off.In remote controls,cell phones refrigerator even my freezer. I dog sat for a family and I noticed a bug on her, I tried to get it but it was so fast I couldn't. the poor use to lay on its back and squirm back and forth. I asked if she could have ticks because they had been up north.The dog started getting big knots all over.Later I saw a invoice where they had their cottage treated for bed bugs...NO ONE TOLD ME! I'M in the hospital about 3 times a year for COPD, when they saw the scars on me the bites they ran, put a sign on my door whisper and talk about me saying that I'm infested they told my roommate, moved her to another room. three years later I'm still going through the same stuff.the dermatologist gave me some cream and told me not to scratch, how can I not when I itch and get a sting when they bite from underneath the skin.I can never show my arms, back, legs and hardly my face. all of this is in the day time, wide awake sitting. Good luck finding help. I'm still looking three years into this battle.IF only I could send pictures you would be a believer. God help us all! They get in every opening you have. The health department told me that they have come back with a vengeance and they don't know what to do.I saw on the news at a store with the mobile scooters where the bed bugs were crawling out of the holes. We are in trouble.SO don't take any body's word about what bedbugs don't do maybe they won't bite a snake but I don't doubt that either.
I have them living on me. Same balls under my skin. It's awful! Had exterminator come. Three weeks they are back! Destroying my ears. I've dealt with this for months now. People don't want to say they can stay on us because the world would freak! Government won't allow professionals to say anything except they bite and crawl off. That's bull! I've done experiments and they are on me. The tiny nymphs! Have you found any help? I'm going to a parasitic doctor!
I am infested with bedbugs, sprayed house, washed and spray bedding, spray rubbing alcohol on my body, etc. They can imbed into your skin and yes they can feel lumpy. Ive dug some out of my skin. The "professionals" say no they cant. I have thrown them in the toilet and they swam in circles. Yes they can.
I used rubbing alcohol (70% isopropyl alcohol) un my ears for "swimmer's ears" for years.. Just a half capful with my head turned sideways, held for a few seconds or longer if need be, i guess is fine, too.. Anyway~~ itching ears made me do this again recently, during bb in house.. and the itching completely stopped immediately. While i cannot say that it is good for you, it is called "rubbing" alcohol for a reason! It was at one time used as a rub-down ointment, the same way we now use essential oils! Rubbing alcohol also dissolves eggs, fairly rapidly, and kills bed bugs. Do not get any in your eyes. Don't go crazy~~ there are lots of benefits to starting slow, experiment in small area, try a parasite cleanse from the health food store with wormwood, like Paragon. Hope these suggestions might aid tyour restoration and health.
I strongly believe that yes, they can in fact lay eggs in and on your skin. I was going on month 5 of dealing with the Agony of these bugs and tried everything recommended. I finally found the answer and I hope this will help those suffering still. There is a one time pill prescribed for yeast infections, it's called diflucan, it is an all body anti-fungal. Soon as your doctor calls it in, pick it up and take it immediately. In the meantime, pick up baby oil & apple cider vinegar. Shower using sulphur soap, dry and splash some alcohol on your body. Apply baby oil generously all over without rubbing it in. Wait a few min and you will begin to see the egg shells or bugs not sure but appears to look like eggs appear. I used tweezers to scrap them off. Then finally once oil begins to dry up put apple cider vinegar into a spray bottle , diluted with little water and spray and wipe. Finally apply "itch relief & repellent"( cvs brand ) all over and Go to sleep. That is what I did & I woke up already feeling 75% better. The pill continues to work but I also continued to repeat the sulphur shower, baby oil & vinegar treatment. I am finally rid of these awful bugs. I was ready to give up. So if you have not tried any of the steps I provided please do so and come back to share your results. Best of luck to all✌