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125. What Do Bed Bug Looks Like? Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?

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What Are Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are flat, brown, wingless and about 5 mm or one fourth of an inch in size. They are shiny reddish-brown in color, and have 6 legs. But while have a good serving of blood they appear dark brown. They are elliptical-shaped, about the size of an apple seed. Adult bed bugs are coffee color and turn into reddish after feeding. Young bedbugs are called Nymphs, discard their skins five times before reaching in maturity. Each time of discarding skins they need a meal of blood.
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How it looks like?

Recently hatched bed bugs are colorless excluding after feedings. They can be seen with the human eyes, but they are smart enough to hide them fast before you observe them nicely.
Bedbugs are blood-sucking insects may enter at your homes unknowingly with a piece of luggage from your recent trip, or someone’s clothing who already infested. There are a lot of ways that bed bugs can infest your home. Learn where do bedbugs come from.

Actual size of bed bugs
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As you can see that a full size bed bug is 5 mm. So they are smaller than that in earlier and difficult to see with normal eyes.
Bed bug life cycle

Like other insects they have 5 stages in their life cycle.
How to avoid bedbugs?
Bed bugs, small blood-sucking insects that can infest your homes and hotels. They usually live in mattresses, bedding, Furniture & Fixtures and so on. They move slowly for food while the we sleep. Bed bugs with their eggs can be spreed onto other materials like clothing, carpeting, suitcases and even other room. Read and learn more about How do you get Bed Bugs and how to keep from getting bed bugs While Someone Infested near to you.

When you know someone’s home or hotel room is infested with bed bugs, you should avoid direct contact with their belongings like bed, home, clothes, & cars etc.
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You’ll Need
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Adhesive labels
Plastic trash bag

01. Don’t allow infested anything
Don’t allow an infected person, his pets or belongings in your home as Bed Bugs may be carried into your home.

Don’t allow an infected person, his pets or belongings in your home
02. Keep away from visiting

Keep away from visiting a home or hotel room if bed bug infestation has been reported there on. Bed bugs and their eggs aren’t not only found in bed. It can be found in other areas of the home or hotel, such as furniture and carpeting etc.
03. Avoid touching

Avoid touching or wearing clothes, purses, suitcases or other belongings of an individual with bed bug infestation. The bed bugs and their eggs can be carried with these items and infest others.
04. Avoid to store

Always avoid to keep or store your coat and purse near to Bed bugs infested closet as Bed Bugs may travel from one coat to another and hence your coat and purse become infested.
05. Label the name of employee
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Label the name of employees in office Table & chairs in your office and allow them to use the same Table & chair always; so that, Bed bugs and their eggs can’t infest the next person if some one is infested in your office.
06. Find separate transport

Find separate transportation instead of sharing with a person infected bed bugs. The eggs and bed bugs may be spreed onto the whole car. Find another transport until the infestation has been eliminated.
07. Seal the infested clothing

08. Take a good bathe

Take a bathe immediately after you’re exposed to bed bugs.
Take a complete bathe immediately after you’re exposed with bed bugs
Tips & Warnings

Don’t freeze your belongings in an effort to kill bed bugs and their eggs. Bed bugs are intolerant of very cold temperatures. It requires two weeks of continuous freezing temperatures to kill bed bugs and their eggs. Instead, try to kill it with high temperature.
Search for professional help if you’re infested with bed bugs, as it’s difficult to eliminate the Bed Bugs infestation without Professional assistance.

No accuracy warranty of any information provided here. This is not a medical advice, for information purpose only. Always ask your doctor for medical treatment while necessary.
Sources of Information:

01. Integrated Pest Management – Bed Bugs Removal Guide

02. Photo: Google Images – unrestricted

03. The Ohio Department of Aging.
04. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.

05. United States Environmental Protection Agency.