Do You Think You May Have Bedbugs?
Bedbug bites are very generic-looking, meaning they can look like many other types of bites and can differ from person to person. Though the Health Center cannot diagnose bedbugs based on your bites, you may want a nurse to look at the bites and recommend how to take care of them. The only way to make a definitive diagnosis of bedbugs is to actually find the bugs.
If you suspect you have been bitten by bedbugs, take a look at the information in the links below for guidance about what to do next.
- Bedbug Information Sheet
(Compiled by Waltham Services, Inc. - Exterminator Services)
- Student Procedures for Suspected Bedbugs
- Bedbug Verification Form
(To be submitted to your Commons Dean)
PICTURE OF A BEDBUG