How Do Bed Bugs Not Carry Disease? : Chagas Disease


How Do Bed Bugs Not Carry Disease?

Bed bugs are not considered to be carriers of any disease, though some of them may carry the illness as a result of the bites. 

These bugs are small and have tiny hairs that allow them to travel well in small spaces. This is one reason why it has been difficult for scientists to find proof that they carry diseases.

Why does bed bugs not carry disease

The problem with the way that the word “bug” is used to describe bed bugs is that it doesn’t mean the same thing as it does for other insects or even other animals. 

  • If you are allergic to bugs, what would you think? Would you call someone who was allergic to snakes a bug, too? The same applies to insects, especially those that bite.
  • The reality is that bed bug bites are not very dangerous, but rather annoying. 
  • They will only cause a reaction if the person who has the allergy comes into contact with them. 
  • It is possible that they can transmit a certain disease through contact, although this is not common. 
  • Most often, people do not get sick from bed bugs or any other type of bug.
  • Although some people can develop an allergic reaction when they come into contact with these bugs, others may not be as sensitive. 
  • However, it is important to remember that there are many types of bug around that could also be an irritant. 
  • For example, a roach or other type of small insect could easily irritate a person. 
  • Some people who are allergic to some of the bugs in their house will develop an adverse reaction when they come in contact with the insect. This is not the case when the bed bug bites cause an allergic reaction.
  • When an individual has an allergy to a bug and comes into contact with another type of bug, they will not develop an allergic reaction when they are exposed to the insect itself. 

Some people are allergic to some insects, while others are not. It is possible that an allergy to some other type of bug may be responsible for the problem, but in most cases, it is caused by bed bugs. 

If you suspect that you may have an allergy to bed bugs, you can test yourself by having a blood test. You can also try to treat yourself by using some anti-histamines. to help prevent an allergic reaction. It may take some time to determine the cause of the allergy, but you will eventually find out.

What Can Be Said About Bedbugs That Are As Dangerous As Their Corrosive Descent?

A bedbug may be just as toxic to a person’s health as its menacing cousin, the kissing bug, or even the house spider. 

However, the bedbug can also be as harmless as the Triatomine, which has a long and embarrassing history of being mistaken for the real thing. 

Bedbugs, on the other hand, tend to be thought of as nuisances whose victims become ill and with only mild red welts on the body from bites. 

The problem with the bedbug is that it can also transmit Chagas, so it’s important to get rid of a bedbug quickly and in the safest manner possible.

bed bug may be just as dangerous as its sinister cousin

The Triatomine may just be as harmful as its sinister cousin. 

The Triatomine is a bug that thrives on human blood and is transmitted through the bite of a bedbug. 

If you have a tick or any other type of bug, but have never had an allergic reaction to it, then you probably haven’t had a bedbug bite, but if you’ve been bitten by one, you should immediately wash your entire body, including the bed.

  • In addition, a bedbug bite may also cause itching and irritation to your skin, and it may cause you to suffer from other types of allergies, including a rash. 
  • It may cause you to have a fever, swollen lymph nodes, diarrhea, and an itchy rash. If you think that you may have had a bedbug bite, you should immediately call your doctor or make an appointment with your local exterminator to check for bedbugs.
  • The next bedbug that could be as harmful as the Triatomine is the black-colored bedbug. 
  • These bugs have a brown head and thorax, with a dark patchy appearance on their backside. 
  • These bedbugs are not as harmful as the Triatomine and can be very difficult to remove because they have no wings. 
  • They hide under bedding, stuffed animals, and mattresses, so they are hard to spot.
  • If you think that you may have had a bedbug bite, you should also consider the possibility of the bedbug being as harmful as the triatomine because they can easily be removed with an insecticide. 

    Since they can transmit many types of diseases and even cause illness, you don’t want to risk the health of yourself and your family by spreading these annoying nuisances all over town.

Bed Bugs Can transmit Trypanosoma Cruzi

The Bed Bug-Borne Illness (Bed Bugs) is a growing concern, as they have recently been discovered in the Penn Medicine Pediatric Research Unit in Baltimore Maryland. 

Research Source :

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141117174328.htm

Source:Perelman School of Medicine at the University of PennsylvaniaSummary:Bed bugs, like the triatomines, can transmit Trypanosoma cruzi, the parasite that causes Chagas disease, one of the most prevalent and deadly diseases in the Americas, research has confirmed.

It is important to understand why these little pests continue to thrive. One of the most important factors to be considered in this regard is that bed bugs can pass on Trypanosoma Cruzi to humans.

Penn Medicine researchers bed bugs can transmit Trypanosoma cruzi

Trypanosoma Cruzi is an emerging protozoan that is found in the intestinal tract of humans and other mammals. When the parasite enters the intestinal tract it causes infection. When this happens, the body’s immune system is not strong enough to kill the parasite. The result is a condition known as Trypanosomiasis. This condition is caused by T. Cruzi.

  • Parasites are not always dangerous. In many cases they may only cause minor irritation and allergic reactions. However, in the case of bed bugs there is an increased chance for an infection to occur as well as an increased risk for transmitting the disease to humans.
  • When people become infected with Trypanosoma Cruzi they do not always know what they are. 
  • Their body produces an enzyme that prevents the parasite from attaching itself to their blood vessels. 
  • This means that these parasites can often attach themselves to the skin of the host in an unusual way. 
  • The body does not recognize these parasites as foreign bodies. Because they have not entered the bloodstream, the body sends out antibodies to attack them.
  • But when the antibodies do not reach the parasites they can still attach to the skin, which means that the immune system is not strong enough to kill the parasite. 
  • When this happens, the parasite can begin to reproduce and spread throughout the body. 

While the Penn Medicine Pediatric Research Unit in Baltimore has not yet found the causative agent for the bed bugs, the team of researchers there has established a strong relationship between the disease and the parasites. The parasite can transmit Trypanosoma Cruzi and other diseases such as Lyme disease to humans, making them very dangerous to those with weakened immune systems.

There is a possibility that another group of parasites that can infect humans has also been responsible for the spread of the parasites. 

The Penn Medicine Pediatric Research Team has been working for the last year to establish a relationship between the parasites that have been linked to the spread of this disease and the parasites that are responsible for the spread of Lyme disease.

In conclusion, we now know that the parasites that cause bed bugs and other forms of tick-borne disease cannot only transfer between animals but also between humans. 

They can transmit Trypanosoma Cruzi and other diseases to humans that cause the same symptoms as bed bugs, including allergic reactions and fever. 

And if there is an established connection between the two of these parasites, the possibility exists that the parasite could spread to humans and cause a devastating disease. 

What Is The Link Between Bed Bugs And Chagas Disease?

bed bugs cause Chagas disease

This article will describe what the bed bug and chagas disease have to do with one another. Bed bugs are parasites that live in mattresses, pillows and bed frames. They lay eggs on mattresses, or they can be found floating inside your mattress or on top of pillows.

When a human host is bitten by a bed bug, the individual is not aware of the fact that he or she has been infected. It can then spread through other parts of the body including the bloodstream, and the nervous system, causing many different diseases including malaria, dysentery, typhoid fever and even leptospirosis. 

Bed bugs can also infect humans who are infected with the Sarcoptes scabei species. Sarcoptes scabei is the most common type of parasite that causes diseases such as lice, shingles, Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.

For instance, avoid wearing sheets and other fabric that can trap heat inside your home. 

If you have children, it would be a good idea to keep them away from your bedding and mattress. 

Since bed bugs are attracted to human blood, it would be best to change your sheets regularly, wash them before using them, and replace them if they become too dirty. 

You should also keep them in the bathroom so that you do not have to carry them all the way to the bedroom. 

Remember to never share your bed with a person that has an infestation of bed bugs or chagas disease because it is a serious offense.

Although bed bugs are not considered dangerous, it is still a good idea to get your child tested for the disease. In children, the disease can spread very quickly. The only way that the symptoms are identified early in children is by the presence of red bumps on the skin. A visit to the doctor will tell you whether or not your child needs testing.

How To Prevent Chagas Disease

The Chagas Disease is a common and extremely deadly diseases in the Americas. It is caused by parasitic protozoa that attach themselves to the human skin of the infected person.

Chagas disease  is a prevalent and deadly diseases in the Americas

Symptoms of Chagas Disease in children are diarrhea and vomiting, and in adults, it manifests itself as severe abdominal pain, abdominal swelling, skin rashes, bloody stool, unexplained weight loss, and fever. Chagas disease is highly contagious. If an infected person comes into physical contact with a person with the disease, they can pass it on.

Parasites feed on the blood of the host, so if they feed on your skin, it can spread the disease to you. Children often have recurring Chagas disease episodes, and it can be difficult to cure them, but there are ways to prevent it from happening.

To stop Chagas disease from spreading, prevention is still the best medicine. 

Chagas Disease has no known cure, but luckily, it is treatable. With careful hygiene and a well-balanced diet, you can keep yourself healthy and prevent becoming infected.

Some doctors prescribe pills for Chagas Disease. They prescribe pills that contain tetracycline, an anti-fungal medicine. This medication can work in some cases, but you should not take the tablets for too long because the side effects can include headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, or even death.

There are many natural methods available to cure Chagas Disease, and it is recommended that you take advantage of these, instead of using expensive drugs. 

You may want to try using garlic as a home remedy, because it contains sulphur, which is able to kill the parasites that are living inside your intestines and kill them, as well as kill bacteria and fungi that are infecting them.

Garlic is very useful in controlling Chagas Disease because it has a powerful effect on the parasites that are living in your intestines. 

Research : https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S209050681100128X

Efficacy of Allium sativum (garlic) against experimental cryptosporidiosis

Author links open overlay panelMaha RedaGaafarParasitology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt

Received 15 October 2011, Accepted 24 December 2011, Available online 17 January 2012

You can eat garlic in large amounts two times a day to increase your chances of living a healthy life. Garlic has also been shown to be very effective in the treatment of other diseases, including HIV and hepatitis.

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