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Bed bugs infection, pain in ribs, burning feet, swollen nose. What to do?

Hi, This XXXX here ,5 years ago in XXXXXX in my house bed bugs,My socks on carpet their s small eggs & when I wearied then it s biten & also insected my skin,Till that now I treted with antibiotic & homeopathy ,80% better but also pain in right ribs,back, burn in feet bit,swelling in nose,Not want to take more antibiotic,So please suggest me that what I ve to do now? Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
The symptoms that you have mentioned do not seem to be related to bed bugs. Bed bugs lead to itchy red bumps at the site of bite. These lesions usually subside on own or just require an oral antihistamine with steroid cream application. Bed bugs do not lead to systemic symptoms. Please meet a physician for a proper clinical examination and investigations if required.
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