Bite marks around your neck from bed bugs or lice are a concern, especially since it's an indication that you need to get professional help. Here are a few of the things that you should start working towards doing, so you are able to move forward with eliminating the infestation throughout your home so you can maintain your bodily health.
Call Pest Control
Pest control is one of the first and most important calls you need to make. Get an expert over to the house and discuss the problem. The company will have a treatment plan to help you treat the issue in the home. They will first help determine what areas of the home are the most affected by the problems and the insects, then they will draft the plan. The plan will take into account all the pests in the homes so none remain after treatment.
Know What to Pitch
If the pest experts determine that the infestation is severe, some of the items you need to get rid of and replace include:
- Animal bedding
Some items can be cleaned professionally by the dry cleaners, but others need to be removed from the house entirely.
See a Physician
You want to have your head and body checked for head lice or scabies, and you want to see if the bites on your body are possibly bed bugs. If there is a rash or you feel like the bites aren't healing, you want to be sure that you get the proper treatment and that your health isn't at risk.
Treat Your Pets
Pets need to be seen by a veterinarian or treated to ensure that they aren't the carrier of the pests, and that there aren't lice living on them. The pets can be treated and washed and cleaned. Their bedding or areas where they commonly lay need to be cleaned and treated properly, as well.
If you are suspicious that you are dealing with lice or bed bugs in the home, and you have bite marks or itch, it's time to call the necessary professionals and to start treating the problem that is affecting your body and your home. The experts will be able to come to the home and get rid of the pests and the infestation, and the medical professionals will help with the treatment of your current condition. The sooner you call the sooner you can treat the problem and prevent further issues.