may i ask what state were you living in when it started? im in Harahan louisiana and it started happening to me 8 months ago in june. im on the verge of death myself and the only hope iv got at the moment is finding this post site. before today i havent found any info on this whatsoever! this is the worst this i could ever imagen and if i find any solutions ill make sure to let you and everyone else know!
I know this is an old post, but if any of you are still suffering from these horrible invisible bugs, I have a possibility. I kinda started noticing bites off & on, and lots of tickling, particularly at night. This went on for 5 months, before things escalated to an extreme. Drove me crazy b/c they are’t visible to the naked eye. I finally found a local pest control company thst investigated it. Found out it is mold mites. I am told they are easily treated with an exterminator. He used a poison that would be compatible with fleas & bed bugs (but not bed bug treatment). Only cost $75. Absolutely horrible experience though & I feel traumatized at bedtime as well. I believe I got these at a hotel in Baton Rouge, LA, as that was the first time I experienced symptoms. Exterminators said it was a very good possibility. Hope this helps someone ,and best of luck!!
Demodex mites, or eyelash mites.
Look up "NO SEE UMNS" (not sure of spelling), they are invisible flying bugs, naked to the bare eye. They come out and live in drains. Come out and bite during the evening hours. I dealt with them. Most people haven't hear of them. But, believe me, they're very real. I found a cure, pour a good bit baking soda down ALL drains in your house, including basement drains, the pour a good amount of white vinegar down All drains, let it set for at least 20 minutes, finally pour very hot or boiling water down All drains. You will notice the biting and itching will be gone. That's if you are being affected with No see-ums. Hope this helps you. Be Blessed
They're venomous, and bites need prompt treatment. “Brown recluse bites usually have a black, necrotic center, which spreads very quickly,” Schifman says. “They're also a lot more painful than your typical mosquito bites." Try putting vinegar in a spray bottle and spray your entire body at night and lysol your entire house or use 99% alcohol to spray your entire house down. Sheets, clothes, everything.