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For over two months I’ve been dealing with fleas in the house. We live right by the ocean so it’s humid but not hot anymore now that it’s sept. The source was the cat who has since been treated and staying at a friend’s house. After two flea bombs and a lot of vacuuming I still see fleas on my bed. After the bombs, I sprayed the carpet with pesticide, sprayed the mattress and dusted it with DE, and washed the sheets in hot water but I am still seeing a few fleas and even larvae on my bed. I wake up with 1-3 bites per night. After two and a half months of fleas, my bed is the only place where I am still seeing fleas. There are three bedrooms and my housemates all had fleas in their room too but the fleas are only bothering me now. Not even my roommate who I share my room with has any fleas in her bed. I don’t know what to do, I’m at my wits end at this point, and I’m in college so I have classes to worry about not nasty fleas. Also I miss my cat.
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