Pictures of Skin Sand Mite Bites?

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The only way to make sure that bite marks are from a skin sand mite is often to view pictures of what the bites look like. They often appear to be ed welts that are small in size. The bites are most frequently found on the feet, ankles, and lower legs of people and animals. They can swell and become itchy or painful. Ibuprofen and Benadryl can be used to reduce the symptoms until the sand mite bites heal.
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