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Is it possible to be immune to bedbugs so that only the other person in the same bed gets bites?

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In brief: No

You are not immune to the bed bugs, but you have less sensitivity to their bites.
Just as some people have enormous bumps from mosquito bites, and others don't; the degree you react is variable. Repeated exposure to their bites may increase your sensitivity, however.

In brief: No

You are not immune to the bed bugs, but you have less sensitivity to their bites.
Just as some people have enormous bumps from mosquito bites, and others don't; the degree you react is variable. Repeated exposure to their bites may increase your sensitivity, however.
Dr. Ronda Dennis-Smithart
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
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In brief: No

They are attracted by carbon dioxide so that thy be more attracted to one person.
Call exterminator to confirm bedbugs and rid house of bedbugs.

In brief: No

They are attracted by carbon dioxide so that thy be more attracted to one person.
Call exterminator to confirm bedbugs and rid house of bedbugs.
Dr. Morris Westfried
Dr. Morris Westfried
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