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Preventing Bites from Invisible Bugs

Use Hibiclens Antiseptic/Antimicrobial Skin Cleanser while showering and they won't bite that night.
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May 10, 20171 found this helpful

I have used Frontline for large dogs in the past. It worked as long as you don't shower it off. I just tried Comfortis, a chewable tablet for fleas as I just got the mites again. Hope it works. Can't sleep.

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June 21, 20170 found this helpful

You used it on yourself?

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October 20, 20170 found this helpful

Help these little bitty bugs won.t quit biting m e

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February 17, 20180 found this helpful

Where can I get this product?my girlfriend is going insane from microscopic biting bugs.her family cannot see them so they think she is crazy and possibly doing drugs.she cannot sleep,the bugs bring her to the point of tears.we are in a serious crises.where can I find this product?

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January 24, 20190 found this helpful

I am going through the same thing. Although I don't have animals. I moved into this apt 6 months ago with no problems and they put new carpet and tile in. The Mgr had a pest control spray. And this only started about a month ago. Every night I lay down I

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feel bites and can't see any bug. I have bite marks all over even on my face. I've washed towels sheets comforters and sprayed rid in my bed bought mattress covers anti bug type and nothing works. I wish someone could help me I'm going crazy.

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November 7, 20181 found this helpful

I have been suffering from this issue for 4 years. It started after we got bedbugs which Orkin did a job of killing. However shortly after that I started feeling crawling, squirming, tickling, jumping and biting. The bites are often like little pin pricks. My fiance never felt them and thought I was imagining them. Eventually I had to sleep on the couch because I was constantly squirming, scratching and moving around. I couldn't sleep. I thought the bed was infected, but I also felt them on the sofa. I would find tiny black specs in the bedding the next day. They didn't move. I devised a system of stripping everything every day and washing everything in hot water with Borax and mite detergent then drying on high heat. I bleached what I could. My bedding fell apart from all the washing and bleaching. I threw out my area rug and just had the hardwoods. I even took down my curtains and put plastic on the sofa. I also felt the crawling, squirming and biting while outside the house. Wearing skinny jeans was when I felt them the worst. I washed with everything recommended by others on the internet: sulfur soap, apple cider vinegar, Lysol, Listerine, rubbed tea tree oil, peppermint oil, shampooed with lice shampoo. I also drank shots of apple cider vinegar as well. My general doctor and my dermatologist couldn't find anything. Both said they don't think I suffer from delusional parasitosis. I also saw a psychiatrist and she said I wasn't delusional. My doctor prescribed Ivermectin even though she said she was certain i didn't have scabies. I also used Permethrin cream. I also noticed my dog scratched a lot and would stick her paw in her ear. I never saw fleas on her, but the vet combed her fur with a special comb and found "flea dirt." The vet prescribed pills for my dog. I gave my dog several flea baths and sprayed her bedding daily. I bombed the house a few times. Then I called Orkin and showed him the black specs.

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He said I had invisible fleas that I got from my dog. He sprayed my home 4 times and still didn't get rid of them. My fiance and I eventually split up. He kept the dog. I moved in with friends and for the first few weeks I didn't experience the bugs. I was so happy to be BUG FREE. Then I travelled to Europe and felt the sensation return. I found black specs in the bed. I took everything to the laundromat and then bagged everything in plastic bags. I scrubbed myself really hard and used tea tree oil again. I switched hotels, but the problem persisted. When I returned to my friends' formerly bug- free house I immediately stripped and went through my delousing process with vinegar and tea tree oil. The problem got worse. I was in agony. It was constant all night and the biting almost felt like my skin was burning. The feeling was on my legs, in my private areas, my ears, my nose, even jumping off my eyelashes. Then I moved to Texas. The sensations slowed down, but remained for a month or so. I continued my delousing routine. I bought new clothes. Eventually it seemed to disappear. I must mention I also changed my diet and went off sugar and carbs. I was so happy to be bug-free again. This lasted for 5 months. Then I travelled to Houston on a business trip and felt a few little sensations that night in the hotel bed. I did laundry before returning home. I also showered and scrubbed myself really hard all over. I bought brand new clothes and put them on, but almost immediately the feeling returned. Now I've brought them home with me. I just can't seem to get rid of them permanently. No one else around me seems to have this problem. Someone on a forum suggested that they burrow in your skin or pores. I am now inclined to think that's true after everything I have tried to get rid of them. What is the medical community doing about this issue? I can't find anything really helpful. Good luck to everyone!!!

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January 20, 20190 found this helpful

get a heat gun which is a tool for removing paint aby thing in the air that passes thru it dies also sticky floor polishing liquid the bugs get stuck also air purifier also put dirty clothes in bags also good vacum cleaner for alligies also glen 20 also purple onions also fan for airflow to open windows ooo i found sticky floor polish n heat gun very good ooo i cant beleive the how somthing u cannot see can bite so hard n give a strange acidic electrical feeling n not everyone feels them ooo they r horrid ooo good luck n get free

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November 8, 20180 found this helpful

These are what we call "no see ums". They are very very small flying bugs that will actually orbit a person for hours on end. No matter where you go or what you do just when you think your good, your not. You kill a few and you think you're good, your not. These little @##%$^ actually travel in swarms so you're in for the long haul if you want to have a good night sleep. I killed 178 and felt like I had killed nothing. If you think these are the problem this is how you find out.

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Take a very bright lamp and put it on the floor. Take your shoes and socks off and put one foot as close as you can to the light but keep it on the floor. If this is your issue prepare to be amazed. I almost completely covered my foot in mere seconds. These are not fleas or mosquito's but use the tactics of both. They fly to an area near your foot, land, then jump on you like a flea. Honestly it was cool and horrifying at the same time.

Best of luck, you're going to need it. My suggested remedy is to pack everything you own and move to Canada, it will be a lot less effort on your part.

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