Yes. This although microscopic can cause respiratory issues and allergies in humans
I believe that urinating in the bed can cause bed bugs because the smell might can attract them.
No, bed bugs are not known to cause any diseases.
They do not cause long term damage. However, some people are allergic to them, so bed bugs can be fatal. Bed bugs give humans rashes on their necks and faces. Some people may not see rashes at all.
"Bed Bugs" can, in fact, get into your bed, in your bed, and on your bed.
No, you don't get bed bugs from eating in bed. The bed bugs will be eating in bed when they are feeding on you though.You can keep bed bugs at bay with bed protectors.
Bed bugs don't discriminate over your health, just so long as you're alive and warm-blooded.
You can protect your mattress from bed bugs with bed protectors.They offer maximum protection from bed bugs.
Multiple bites from bed bugs will not cause swolen lymph nodes. However, a small fraction of people bitten will turn out to be allergic to the bite.
there are no such things as bed bugs, but if you are talking about the: the microscopical bugs then no pestisides aren't for them if there are bugs in your bed you should consider getting a new bed or washing the one you already have. :)