How to Treat Red Bug Bites?

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To treat red bug bites, you can take an antihistamine like Benadryl to help deaden the itching. There are antibiotics that can be taken if the bites become infected.
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1 Additional Answer
Red bugs are also known as chiggers. Their bites are itchy and irritating, and can last up to two weeks. Wash the affected areas with soap and water. Apply some Calamine lotion to reduce itching. Avoid scratching as it can damage your skin.
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