Best Answer: Are you sure they are bed bug bites? Bed bugs can only survive on the fabric material. Bed bugs can only survive on the fabric material. I don't think they can live on the human skin like lice.
Again, though, bed bugs don't typically take up residence in human hair the way lice or fleas might, and they typically bite skin that is exposed, not covered by hair. Thus, if you do have insect bites on your scalp, it's less likely to be a bed bug than some other insect.
Pubic lice are tiny insects that live on humans, usually in the pubic hair. They are passed on through close body contact, such as when having sex. Infestation with pubic lice can cause itching but not everyone affected has symptoms. Treatment involves using an insecticide lotion or cream to kill the lice.
The concentrated areas are testicles, penis, pubic region, especially vagina, inner butt crack. Still concentrated but not as heavily are the bites around the butt, on the breasts, and on the fingers. A few other bites show up here and there on the rest of our bodies We've thought bed bugs.
If you find bed bugs in your hair, you may have them living in your bed or in your clothing. It is important to get rid of bed bugs in your hair as soon as possible because they feed on blood. Your scalp may get irritated and itchy and you may notice many tiny bites.
Lice Three kinds of them live on people: body, head, and pubic lice. These sesame seed-sized bugs grab onto hair and feed on blood through your skin. Mostly they make you itch, but they can spread