(PRWEB) June 16, 2012
Bed bug reports site http://bedbugsreporter.com launches natural bed bug repellant device risk free trial campaign after a man in Philadelphia gets 43 bites all over his body.
According to About.com (insects.about.com/u/ua/insectssociety/share-your-bed-bug-stories.htm) Carl Johnson, a service worker from Philadelphia, PA had an unpleasant accident where he was severely bitten by bed bugs.
Carl Johnson says: "I was at home Friday afternoon when I started to feel bites. I was thinking I got a mosquito bite and just noticed that there were three of them. Later on I noticed that there were even more bites up on my shoulder. I went out to get some Benadryl, an allergy and anti itch medication. I took it and went to sleep. When I woke up at 6:30 AM in the Saturday morning I felt that I had bites all over my body.”
"And I turn on the light and my pillow is covered in blood. And when I looked down at the pillow, there's blood everywhere, I feel on my head there's all these bites, and I start to freak out. I don't know what happened to me."
Johnson headed for the emergency room. He says he had 43 bites in all, "all over my back, my shoulders, on my feet, all over my head."
“The doctor said, 'Don't scratch, because if you scratch, you're going to infect (the bites).' And all I feel like doing is scratching. I just want to, like, tear my skin off."
Johnson went back to the ER next day because some of the bites were "starting to turn to blisters and there's pus. So I don't know what's going on."
Johnson concludes: “This was the most horrible experience of my life and I immediately started looking for a solution to prevent this from happening again.
After trying a couple of solutions, I stayed with a natural bed bug protection device I ordered from http://bedbugsreporter.com and I haven’t had any bed bugs incidents since.”
Bed bugs are parasitic insects that prefer to feed on human blood. The name of the "bed bug" is derived from the insect's preferred habitat of houses and especially beds or other areas where people sleep. Bedbugs are mainly active at night, but are not exclusively nocturnal and are capable of feeding on their hosts without being noticed.
A number of adverse health effects may occur due to bed bug bites including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. Bed bugs signs are usually itchy bites found on the body. Bites are typically found in a pattern, whether it is in a vertical row or a cluster around one area.
Bed bug treatment should only include natural bed bug repellents because if they're toxic for the bedbugs, they can be toxic for children, pets and humans too.
Go to http://bedbugsreporter.com for more information about the bed bugs free trial kit campaign and learn how to kill bed bugs with a bed bug trap containing only naturally derived ingredients.