Unfortunately, there is not much that you can do about bed bugs once they've already invaded your home. If you have a bed bug infestation or dealt with one in the past, there is a high likelihood that your home's histamine levels are extraordinarily high and that you will need to wait it out.
F. BED BUG DROOPPINGS/POOP. Bed bug fecal matter is usually dark in color and made up of digested blood from their host. Bed bug feces are smooth to the touch unlike roach feces, which is much more granular in feel. The fecal matter is easy to spread and can quickly stain mattresses, drapes
Bed bugs leave their feces everywhere, from pillowcases and sheets to sofa cushions, baseboards, and outlets. Bed bug poop is made up of digested blood. When wet, it's still dark red like blood would be. When it dries, the mark turns into a very dark rust shade, and will usually appear black in most lighting.
Clean the rest of your house thoroughly once you're certain the bed bugs are dead. Call a licensed and reputable exterminator to get rid of your bed bugs if you don't think you can do it yourself. If you find bed bug stains on wooden parts of your bed, simply wipe it away with a rag dampened with cool water and a mild detergent, like dish soap.
Code brown — More nightmare fuel: Bedbugs create cesspool of poop and histamine in your bed Histamine levels in infested homes were 20X higher than normal.
After mating, they prefer to move to a location where they can remain undisturbed with a guaranteed food supply. In a safe environment, a female bed bug will typically lay between one to seven eggs each day, following each blood meal. Bed bugs generally live for 12 to 18 months. During her lifetime, a female bed bug will lay up to 250 eggs.