Bed bugs (cimex lectularius) reproduce rapidly and can form large populations in just a few months. Newly hatched bed bugs can survive for up to three weeks without food or water and can go on to reproduce within days. 

Bed bug populations can grow explosively if not controlled, significantly damaging property and residents’ health problems.

What are bed bugs? 

Bed bugs are small, darkish brown insects that feed solely on blood (blood meal). These pests can be found worldwide but are most commonly associated with bedding and furniture. 

Where do they come from? 

Bed bugs are small, oval-shaped insects that can be found worldwide. They live in crevices and cracks in furniture, mattresses, and other surfaces. True bugs can also be found indoors near beds and other areas where people sleep.

There are several ways to get bed bugs. You can get them if you travel to