Chigger bites are uncomfortable, itchy, annoying, and can make it difficult to sleep. In most cases, chigger bites don't cause any harm to your health. Chiggers feed on skin cells, but not on blood.
Flea bites usually look like small clusters of dots while bed bug bites are red, hard and swollen a little. So basically they look like mosquito bites. Usually the fleas bite randomly on the body. The bed bugs tend to bite more strategically in linear rows.
Adult chiggers don't bite. It's the babies, called larvae, that you have to watch out for. They're red, orange, yellow, or straw-colored, and no more than 0.3 millimeters long. After they hatch
Take a shower when you get home from any potential chigger-infested area and wash your clothes in hot, soapy water to dislodge any chiggers you may have brought home with you. To prevent chiggers from latching onto you in the first place, use a bug spray that contains DEET which repels them.
Bed bug bites also are generally pink in color, unless scratched. Chigger bites are very different. First off, the bites are random, as they are each generally caused by a different Chigger. Second, Chigger "bites", look like red pimples, and get more red as the bite reacts over the next 2-3 days.
Some people are very sensitive to flea bites -- but scratching can cause a wound or infection. The best solution is to get rid of fleas on pets and in your home. Keep pets out of your bed and be