View Full Version : Tiny biting flesh colored bugs that are smaller than a grain of sand.

Aug 18, 2010, 11:16 PM
I have these tiny, biting, flesh colored bugs that are smaller than a grain of sand. I have tried everything to get rid of them. My husband keeps telling me they are an allergent. I have had several people tell me they have gotten bitten in my car or house. I went away for a week and was instantly attacked the second I walked in the door. It feels like being bitten by a fire ant. I have had Orkin and several other pest companies spray my house really well and had no relief. I keep getting them year after year. I have tried to move but they keep finding me. The hotter it gets the worse it gets. I hope someone can help. I really need some relief from the constant biting. Thanks!

Aug 19, 2010, 01:45 AM
If you can find these bugs, take them to someone for a definite identification before having the house sprayed again. The simplest way is to catch some on a piece of transparent tape and affix that to a white notecard. You can get a definite I.D. from the Orkin manager, your local college biology department, or the county Dept. of Agriculture office. Until you know what you're fighting, even the most thourough "general" treatment is going to miss something, as you've already discovered.

May 22, 2011, 06:12 AM
Check your mattress seams for little dark spots. You may have bed bugs.