WHEN THIS HAP­PENS IT COULD BE IN­SECT BITES.

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - Your Best Body Ever -

Mos­qui­toes bite more of­ten at night, as do bed bugs. “Bed bug bites can start to itch within sec­onds if you’ve been sen­si­tised to them be­fore, whereas other peo­ple can take a few days to show a re­ac­tion,” says Pro­fes­sor Stephen Doggett. While it is hard to tell ex­actly what’s bit­ing you, bed bug bites of­ten ap­pear in a line of bites along the arms, legs or shoul­ders. If you see this char­ac­ter­is­tic pat­tern you will need to call a pest con­troller. Treat­ing bed bugs in­cor­rectly can cause them to ac­tu­ally spread.

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