Bed bugs rashes
People get rashes of bed bug bites generally at night when this blood-sucker parasite inject its salivary fluid to its host’s body. Bed bug bite can cause itchiness and swollen rash, which does not cure easily. The rash caused by the bite can only be realized when the large welt in the affected part of the body is discovered due to the itching.
The bite can affect the human skin badly and can cause a rash or infection that can be cured only with the help of proper medication. The welts caused by the bites eventually develop into a tiny red mark that may stay for at least two to three days. The affected area can develop into a bad and infected rash if it is scratched. To avoid the rash or to cure it, the bitten part should immediately be washed with antiseptic and water. The rash on the bitten part can be felt an hour of the bite because of the anesthetics in bed bug's saliva. Bed bugs inject anesthetics and anticoagulant, to avoid blood clotting, before it will suck blood from your skin. Sometimes the rash appears day or about a week after the bite as this depends upon the body's reaction to chemicals being secreted by bed bugs. The rash that appears after bitten by a bed bug starts with a single, small, red (from being inflamed) round, bump which look more swollen than mosquito rash. Bed bug rash multiplies after some days though at first it is noticeable as just a single, swollen bump, which indicates the fact that more than one bed bug, have bitten the person.
Bed bug rash look like an in-line bite marks for some people. A bedbug rash can be prevented from increasing by consulting a doctor and taking proper care of the infected area.