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If you notice a group of small dots on your skin, they could be either bedbug bites or flea bites. It can be difficult to tell the difference between them. Flea bites are usually found on the lower half of your body or in warm, moist areas like the bends of elbows and knees. Bedbug bites are often on the upper half of your body, around the face, neck, and arms. Keep reading to learn about the symptoms, risk factors, and treatments of each type of bite.

If you’re allergic to fleas, you may develop hives or a rash. The affected area may also swell and blister. If a blister appears and breaks, it may lead to an infection. If you scratch the affected area and break open the skin, you may also get a secondary infection from the bites.

Bedbug bites usually go away after a week or two. You should contact your doctor if: the bites don’t go away after a few weeks, you develop a secondary infection from scratching the bites, you experience signs of an allergic reaction, such as hives, You can use a topical steroid to treat bedbug bites on the skin.





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