Bed Bug Exterminators in Southern Ontario

Bed Bugs Eggs: Hatching Cycle

Bed bugs feed mostly on humans, and its reproduction and life cycle rely on the feeding that they get. The “psychological stress” that bed bugs bites and infestation may inject to its “host” (person that is bitten) has become a significant problem. Bed bug bites and symptoms usually include sleepless nights and discomfort during the day due to subsequent itching. Bed bugs eggs hatch between 6 to 17 days, and its nymphs begin feeding on blood immediately. A female bed bug can lay from 1 to 7 eggs per day. From this number, it is imperative to immediately detect and treat bed bugs before they become an epidemic and invade and control our lives.