Got bed bug bites, here are several easy ways to treat bed bug bites:

If you are not sure whether the bites are bed bug bites, or misquote bites, or ants bites, check out this post:
Bed Bugs bites Pictures and Bed Bugs bites symptoms!
Bed Bugs Bites symptoms?

Normally, bed bug bites look like that:

Some serious bites may look like this:

This one looks a little bit worse than the first one.

First, you need to remember: there are two problems, not one. You have bed bug bites need to be treated and you also have bed bug problem at your home which is even more important to get treated. You need to get rid of bed bug source as soon as possible. Otherwise, bed bugs mate and multiply faster than bunnies, and can pretty soon over-run your home faster than you thought. So be sure to also check out how to treat bed bugs in your home!
This post, we will just focus on how to treat bed bug bites.

Easy steps to treat bed bug bites:

1. Wash the bite areas with soap and water.

2. If there is any pain, you can simply use ice pack to reduce pain. Remember, do not scratch. Scratching will only make things worse.

3. To reduce itching, you can do any of the followings:

3.1  Mix baking soda and water to make some kind of paste, not too dry, not too runny and apply on bitten area.
3.2  Apply lemon juice on bitten area sometimes could greatly reduce itching and swells as well.
3.3. If you don’t have any of above, go to walmart or target to get some over the counter cream or lotion such as:
Cortizone-10 Max Strength Cortizone-10 Intensive Healing Formula, 2oz Boxes (Pack of 2)

Rite Aid Calamine Lotion Skin Protectant 8 fl oz (236 ml)

Member’s Mark Hydrocortisone Cream 1%, Net Wt. 4×2 oz. = 8 oz.Cortisone Treatments)

Cortisone Treatments)

4. If you got bitten pretty bad, or if the itching or pain getting worse and worse, or you have any headache, sweat symptoms,  you may need to make an appointment with your physical doctor and get more advice.

Again, remember, you also need to get rid of the bed bugs source. It is actually quite easy. Simply follow this post.
How to treat bed bugs at home?
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How to treat bed bugs

First of all, do not panic. I guess probably most of you come to this page because you got bitten by some type of bugs. If you already see those tiny bugs and wondering if they are bed bugs, check out the “What do bed bugs look like and bed bug pictures?” which will show you how easy it is to identify bed bugs.
However, if unfortunately, you have no clue what bugs bit you, the following bed bug bites pictures and classic bed bug bites symptoms should be able to help you identify whether those bites coming from bed bugs.

Now, hold breath with me and take a look at those bed bug bite pictures:

That is pretty bad. She got bed bug bites all over her body.

From these two bed bug bites pictures, we can see bed bug bites are normally in red bumps or swellings.They could bite anywhere of your body. Bed bug bites look actually very similar to mosquito bites or ants bites. But there is an easy way to identify whether the bites are bed bugs bites.

Now let’s take a closer look at bed bug bites and you will find out there is actually a pattern to tell bed bug bites from other insects bites:

The above bites are on neck.
Here is another one:

The pattern for bed bugs bites are normally 3 spots together or 3 lines. We call it “breakfast, lunch and dinner” pattern. I guess probably they are just lazy and don’t move much between their “breakfast, lunch and dinner”? Well, not sure. But the sure thing is, if you do get bites look like that pattern, clearly, you have bed bugs problem.

Again, do not panic. They do not transmit diseases. Now let’s focus on Bed Bug Bites Symptoms and How to treat Bed Bug Bites!

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How to treat bed bugs