Pics of bedbug bites can range from a minor reaction to a
severe reaction such as blistering of the skin. Not everyone
will have a skin reaction to a bed bug bite. If you do, it
usually occurs shortly after being bitten. The bite itself is
an allergic reaction to salivary proteins left on the skin by the bed
bug during the feeding process. The bite is clear in the middle where
the bedbug punctured the skin surrounded by a red raised area.
Bed bugs do not actually bite. They puncture the
skin with a single stylet which moves into the skin searching for
blood. Feeding takes up to ten minutes and usually occurs
just before dawn at from 4AM to 5AM. A bedbug cannot spread
or cause disease in humans.