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    Sep 24, 2011, 06:26 AM
    Have itchy little red bites on my the trunk of my body and breasts
    Acouple of months ago I slept at a motel,by myself ,had my dog with me,since then I`ve been getting bites from my breast down to my knees very dog is on a flea program ,revolution,and he keeps shakening his head and scratching.the bites on me look like little red pin size and sometimes like a blood blister.I've had my house sprayed and no fleas or bed bugs or anything else and no scibes,dr is finelly looking into this for me,any imput would be helpful.tea tree oil helps a little and I change my bedding daily and clean house every day

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