Ewww what kind of bug is this!!!!

posted 2 years ago in Weddingbee
Post # 16
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2017 - Nashville, TN

anon1227 :  have you ever seen a tick lol? That is definitely not a tick. 

Post # 17
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Wannabee

Can anyone tell me what type of bug this is? The second one I found in my home an when u kill it red blood comes out.  Any help will be great. 

 

Thank u in advance

Post # 19
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Jack2 :  yep that looks like a bed bug. 😞

Post # 20
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Wannabee

Thank you!!! Now how do I deal with them? Any suggestions.

Post # 21
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2019 - Turkey

Ewww, after all those bugs now I’m itching. :((

Post # 22
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Buzzing Beekeeper

Hello, WeddingBee? Yes, I’d like to know how to delete someone else’s post please…?

Post # 23
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Jack2 :  you call an extermination team that specialises in bed bug infestations. They will advise you. Be prepared as it’s a dedicated process. If you live in a building like an apartment complex with common walls, it might be an even more complicated process. Also Don’t go stay with anyone else at their house with any of your material processions like bags/suitcases/towels/clothes etc until you are bed bug free. Your friends and family won’t be happy because that is how they spread. Nothing leaves your house until you have this under control.

Sorry its happened to you. I’ve never dealt with it personally but a friend of mine backpacked around South East Asia and brought back bedbugs after a stay at a particularly terrible hostel.I remember how long the process was for her. 😞

Post # 24
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Wannabee

Cams girl..an everyone, thank you!

 

thanks, the only thing we brought into the house was new pillows. I’m guessing that’s how they got in, never had a issue prior. 

Post # 25
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Busy bee

Jack2 :  Yours is 100000% a bedbug. I just had them in my apartment a year ago. The previous tenant had them and they thought they got rid of them but they were just dormant since no one was in there for 3 months before me. They had to spray and also they sprayed this poweder inside of the walls (i’m in an apartment complex) and did this treatment every two weeks for like 3 months. Once I didn’t have them for weeks, it was once a month for another few months.

Also – take all of your clothes and put them in the dryer on HIGH heat for the full cycle. They can be in your clothes.

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