Getting Rid of Invisible Biting Bugs?

I keep getting bit by something I can't see, it feels like fiberglass. I have washed my clothes in hot water, but when I put them on I feel bugs crawling on me. I feel them on my couch, bed, and on the floor. I've gone to a dermatologist, but he just gave me cream. I called pest exterminators, but they want a sample. Is there anyone out there is experiencing the same at how did you get rid of them?

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February 18, 20190 found this helpful

Dont give up. My niece had bird mites and had to get several exterminators until she found one who knew what to do.

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February 19, 20190 found this helpful

Prayers for healing. Did your PCP send you to the dermatologist?

I would talk to the PCP about this (consider it a second opinion). Have the doctor look at the bites and describe exactly what you are feeling and when.

Hopefully the PCP will recognize the bites/bite pattern and that can help you when talk to an exterminator if you need one.

Post back how things are going.

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February 21, 20190 found this helpful

Hi,

I would guess that they are mites, since you cant see them.

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Mix equal amounts of white vinegar and water and apply to affected skin with a cotton ball.

Leave the vinegar/water mix on the skin. This will kill any mites.
If you can get a prescription, it would be for 5 % permethryn.

Blessings,

Robyn

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February 21, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you

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January 13, 20200 found this helpful

I have been bitten for about a month now. Had two workmen in. My cat is strictly indoors. The bits swell up, turn hot. I have found several different bugs. Went to the doctor. Gave me a cream for the itch. These bugs, too little for me to spot. Im thinking, Chiggers. Im bitten on my ankles, arms. Lower parts of them. Hairline on my face. They bite hard. Wakes me up. One got my cat. He jumped up from sleep hissing. They are not fleas. I know bedbugs. These are not those. Mites move too slow.

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Im using alcohol 80%, with tea tree oil. Keeps them away for a few. Later today.. Im calling my landlord. Im low income and retired. No family. I search using a magnifying glass. I see nothing. Im in such pain. Yes. Chiggers can move in. Ill have to wait and see if my landlord can help me. Throwing furniture and stuff out is silly. If I bring new stuff in.. the little critters will infest those as well. Moving wont work. Insects hitchhike. Im about to use poisonous sprays. Its that bad. Ill probably end up sick on top of the bites. Smh

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