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Infested with Glitter and black dot bugs

Here's my problem and it looks like I'm not alone unfortunately that does not comfort me it concerns me because we all have the same story we all have the same results and we all continue to deal with these parasites on a regular basis but it continues to multiply it's worse than a bed bug and it lives in your bed as a matter of fact it lives on anything and seems to be eating on us even though we're told by the doctors were crazy and the pest guy thinks I use I continue to investigate this bug under the microscope and as I continue to throw chemicals on these bugs they continue to move under the microscope from pesticides to easy off bleach to ammonia they continue to move under the microscope when I huff on them my family feels them we see them so please stop telling us we're crazy or we have foot fungus problems or whatever sad cop out the CDC claims and get on the study so we can get on with our lives as it was these things are real and it's time to take us seriously !
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replied September 15th, 2017

Welcome to e health forum.

You need to speak to a entomologist who can examine the insect and provide information about it.

Any Dermatological conditions cannot be diagnosed without a proper medical history and physical examination.

The most common sources of insect bites in the home are bed bugs, human fleas, pet fleas, bird fleas, ticks, Spiders, and other bugs. But the exact insect cannot be identified just by the history provided here.

Most Insect bites will result in varying grade of inflammatory reaction which can result in symptoms like pain, redness, mild swelling and itching.

In addition, inflammatory response of the body, which varies from person to person, changes the appearance of the bites.

Keeping the wound clean with antiseptics and use of topical antibiotics (triple antibiotic) can help prevent secondary infection and aid healing. Use of antiinflammatory medications can help with any swelling and pain. Any associated itching can be helped with the use of antihistamines (benadryl).

If you have any doubts, consult your doctor and seek proper advice.

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