Identifying Tiny Bugs

Can anyone help me identify what bug or mites are making me itch. I feel a crawling in my scalp and body. It seems to get worse when I'm in bed.
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February 1, 20190 found this helpful

It could be head lice. Get some head lice treatment at the store

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February 1, 20190 found this helpful

Hello I have already done this myself and my children hair 3 times now.

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February 4, 20190 found this helpful

The pictures are not very clear, and the bugs appear smashed, so cant be identified. They dont look like headline though, as the body is much too long. My guess is either bed bugs, body lice, or pubic lice. I recommend you do a google image search for what Ive mentioned. If its none of those capture a live specimen and take it to your doctor for identification.

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February 4, 20190 found this helpful

I found this image of various stages of bedbugs. I strongly suspect that its the problem youre dealing with. I found the image on this website: pestops.com/.../

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February 12, 20190 found this helpful

It kind of looks and sounds like the mysterious bitting mite I have in my house as described on Kleen Green website/natural genius. Growing problem human paricitee that has not been identified.

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Have been battling them for 6 months ..2 exterminators ..all they could say was not a Bed bug. Sent samples to EPA .. just fuzz/fiber. Problem they are bitting burrowing fuzz bugs that get in nose, mouth, hair, ears, and the digestive system according to some.

Also lot of info about them under Morgellons desease .. supposed to be an imaginary thing. Not says anyone dealing with the little deamons.

World health organization also has info about Chagas a human parasite in Latin American countries that is similar but not the same.

Hope it is not the same thing in your house .. cause it's a bug that is unidentified so no one knows what to do or how to treat for it. We who are battling it are on our own. By the time the CDC or EPA finally start listening to the growing number of people saying the same thing, having the same problems it will be too late cause it will have spread unchecked for to long.

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Have come up with a few things that work for laundry, treating the house, and protecting the body but it is a work in progress. Have not tried kleen green but was happy to find someone out there collecting and deceminatiming info on the darn thing..CDC &EPA dropping the ball on this one.

Also look at Amozon product reviews for kleen green .. see if what they are saying is the same as what you are experiencing. Have found that over time it appears that I am battling multiple bugs just as so many others are saying.

Hope this helps ... Let me know if you want info on survival Technics .. trial and era and not the one to use pesticides..

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February 17, 20190 found this helpful

Did you resolve this yet? If you can take a jar with some to your local hardware store, hopefully they can help you figure it out.

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Prayers for an easy solution. Post back what you learn.

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February 24, 20190 found this helpful

Another thought on this is if your are getting bitten, sometimes it is easier for a doctor to tell you what the bite is from vs. trying to figure out the bug on your own.

WebMd has a site that can help you:

www.webmd.com/.../slideshow-bad-bugs

Post back what you learn! Prayers!

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