Myth: A doctor can tell you if you have bed bugs based on your bites. Fact: No one can tell a bed bug bite from a spider or mosquito bite or a wasp sting. One clue to bed bug bites is their signature cluster of bites. Commonly, a single bed bug will feed at one spot, then move about an inch to feed, then move again and feed.
DIY Bed Bugs Treatments: Facts and Myths Bed bugs are horrifying for homeowners and business owners. Instead of hiring a professional bed bug exterminator, some people try to get rid of them on their own. While there are DIY bed bugs treatments; there are some facts and myths that need to be confirmed.
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Bed bugs aren't easy to get rid of, and in desperation, you might be tempted to try the first remedy you read about online. Unfortunately, many of these are ineffective, and some can even be dangerous. Should you ever find yourself battling bed bugs, make sure you know the facts and misconceptions about bed bug treatment.
While bed bugs love hitching rides in people's luggage, clothing and sheets, they actually aren't able fly. Discover more common bed bug myths and facts.
Myth: Bed bugs are not a public health pest. Reality: Bed bugs are a public health pest. We coordinated with CDC and USDA to identify pests of public health importance and issued a Pesticide Registration Notice that listed pests of significant public health importance. Bed bugs are on this list.