Answer: Yes, two people can be sleeping in the same bed and only one receive the bites, or, one has a reaction while the other does not which gives the appearance of no bites. There are many testimonials where couples describe the same problem, found nothing for a long time, then discovered they had bed bugs!
Bedbugs can bite any part of your body. But they'll usually bite areas of skin that are exposed while you sleep, such as your face, neck, arms, and hands. In some cases, the bites may develop into
Bed bug bites should heal on their own, but may be itchy and swollen in the meantime. Image credit: James Heilman MD, 2013 Bed bugs found in other rooms are usually a sign of a severe infestation.
No bugs or signs of bugs since that first adult. Our plan is to let the house freeze when we go visit family over Christmas (we live in Minneapolis, the temp will be below 15f at that time) and be done with our precautions after that. Tldr it's possible you found a hitchhiker but it's worth taking precautions for your own peace of mind.
I pulled it out and showed the bugs to Bobby who laughed and said they were not bed bugs but rather they were carpet beetles which do not live in beds and are commonly found in NYC apartments. He said my building exterminator could address them quickly and easily and that it's possible one got in the bed by mistake and while they don't bite
Bedbugs tend to bite on locations that are exposed during sleep—the arms, legs, and back as well as the face and eyes. The insects prefer sites that lack hair, with a thin epidermis that provides access to plentiful blood. However, bedbugs are not the only nocturnal feeder on humans.