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ladystarkers Mon 26-Jun-17 16:50:53

Sorry posting for traffic. These have appeared on dd1's legs. Any ideas?

Rachie1986 Mon 26-Jun-17 16:51:29

No pic!

ladystarkers Mon 26-Jun-17 16:52:30

Sorry phots

picklemepopcorn Mon 26-Jun-17 16:52:56

Insect bites?

hesterton Mon 26-Jun-17 16:53:20

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Scottishchick39 Mon 26-Jun-17 16:54:22

Insect bites

ladystarkers Mon 26-Jun-17 16:55:13

I have 4 pets all flead

ladystarkers Mon 26-Jun-17 16:55:24


Jux Mon 26-Jun-17 17:04:33

Well, they are definitely bites. Sometimes the flea treatment doesn't work so well, but it could be othe bites. My dd is reacting much more strongly to bites this year. If it is that, then hayfever tablets every day is doing the trick with dd (much w/e amp going on).

picklemepopcorn Mon 26-Jun-17 17:19:35

I have two bites on my wrist. No idea how they got there. It's that time of year!

SheSaidHeSaid Mon 26-Jun-17 17:21:24

Definitely bites.

What flea stuff do you use? Or have you been sitting on grass where you might have been nipped by something?

NataliaOsipova Mon 26-Jun-17 17:25:41

They look like the sort of insect bites I get. As I understand it, everyone gets bitten, it's just that people react differently to the bite. Your DD appears to react badly. I do too - I have sympathy for her.

SomeOtherFuckers Mon 26-Jun-17 17:27:03

Bed bugs?

ladystarkers Sat 01-Jul-17 17:03:57

Still no idea what they are but DD1 now on anti biotics as her leg swelled up andbecame hot.

gandalfspants Sat 01-Jul-17 17:10:50

They do look like flea bites. I don't get bitten by anything else so I don't know about other insects.

I deflead all our furries at the start of the month but it must not have taken because I got bitten (they always get me), and there was one on the dog at the vet check blush.

Redone them all now and hoping that does it.

Wishing your DD a speedy recovery.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 01-Jul-17 17:27:41

They are flea bites, it matters not, if you have flead your pets, have you been walking in long grass, or visiting someone's house ?

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