Human fleabites Offers Solutions To Flea Bite Itching

HumanFleaBites Ltd has created an informational website to offer solutions to the itching and risk of disease caused by bites from fleas. Anyone who has pets has probably experienced bites from the bloodsucking insects.

HumanFleaBites Ltd and Jane Kelly are pleased to announce that they provide solutions to bites from bloodsucking wingless insects which infect pets. Fleas often bite humans where there are furry companions in the home. Flea treatments are designed to eliminate the unwanted pests from the home in order to eliminate the painful and itchy bites. There are different kinds of fleas but they feed off of humans and animals both. The result can be the transmission of diseases or parasites from one host to another.

Speaking for the website, Jane Kelly explained, “Knowing that these tiny wingless parasites are capable of causing too much harm despite their size, we must know how to treat a human flea bite. Anyone who has been bitten by a flea understands how itchy it is. Although most people cannot stop themselves from scratching, this is the number one thing that should never be done to flea bites, as it can result in infection.”

According to HumanFleaBites, the characteristics of a bite by a flea include a very itchy red swollen wheal which turns into a blister or a small wound. The itching and swelling is the result of an allergic reaction to the saliva of the flea left behind from the bite. A flea bite reaction is a milder form than the reaction from wasps, hornets or bees. Flea bites are usually found on the ankles or legs.

Rather than scratching, treatment for bites includes cleaning the area of the bite, using cold or lukewarm water. An ice pack or a cold compress can be placed on the bite to reduce swelling. Other treatments include topical anaesthetic cream, calamine lotion or mile steroid cream. Some other suggestions which are effective against the bites include tea tree oil, hydrocortisone cream, antiseptic soap and antihistamine tablets. Treatments for eliminating the insects and eggs require more strenuous efforts. Fogging, flea sprays and approved chemicals are helpful to treat rooms and closed spaces indoors.

Contact Info:
Name: Jane Kelly
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Organization: Humanfleabites Ltd
Address: Puddle Dock, Blackfriars, London EC4V 3DB

Release ID: 124151