Getting Rid of Little Black Biting Bugs?

In September of last year I had the great blessing of having the bed bugs. I had the house sprayed, but also was using a steam cleaner on everything in my house, my curtains, furniture, rugs, and clothes to help get rid of the bed bugs. Around the same time these white pearly things started to show up especially on my furniture. I got rid of the bed bugs, but these things continued to show up. Now they are all over everything I own. I live in a high rise building for the elderly.

I steam cleaned all my kitchen cabinets. I don't think personally the apt has ever been cleaned like this in many years. My question is this, with all the cleaning and vacuuming I was doing could I have brought out all these little creatures? Can anyone answer this question for me? Also are you trying to tell me they are in my body for the rest of my life? And what damage will they do to my body? It's unbelievable that we must live this way. Do we just go live in a bubble away from friends, family, and work, for the rest of our life whatever the length that would be?
Any answers please. God bless us all.

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January 9, 20190 found this helpful

White pearly things could be eggs or sacs. Tell the landlord and get an exterminator

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January 10, 20190 found this helpful

i would wonder if you are in fact having an infestation or if the bedbug experience was so traumatic that you are experiencing Ekbom Syndrome? Something about the tenor of the question makes me wonder about that


if not and if I were consumed by bugs that I could not get a hold of in any other rational or normal way i supposed I'd just get rid of everything I own

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