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I'm really worried about this guys and i need advice.. i dont know what to do..

 

i was sleeping.. and i felt very itchy...

so i woke up and turned the light on..

 

I Saw white slivery things underneath clothing, like things with antannas..

They sliver around really fast.. i managed to kill 1 and take a look at it.. to summarise up details..

 

I Searched this up.. and this could be something called silver fish..

They also have a habbit of bringing brown lethal spiders along with them that are a threat to humans..

 

edit: I also killed one of those spiders.. so...

edit: my room is clean.. so how could this be possible?

 

Could someone please tell me what these are.. because i'm getting white spots over my body and im itching like hell, someone please help out here.. idk whats happening exactly.

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i don't think any of the ppl here are doctors so if i were you i'd go see him

 

either that or take pics and post them on some "bugs/national geographic" types of forums

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Well. Silver Fish aren't dangerous at all...  

Just some info: They are attracted to book bindings, photos(paper), sugar, dandruff, and hair.

They are just looking for a place to live.

 

 

For the spots.. I'm guessing it's probably a rash/reaction. I'm not doctor but, I'd put some cream for less irritation.

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Nope =/, i know this is a gaming forum.. like f1rest0rm mentioned to me, but u guys are the only guys that will get back to me quick enough

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brown lethal spiders hmm... Sounds like a brown recluse,but the silverfish isn't harmful i dont think, if you ever get bit by one (brown spiders) go to the doctor IMMEDIATELY (only go if it hurts or if its a brown recluse) if it  itches dont worry bout it p.s You could try some insecticides or you could try to get centipedes in the house xD but i dont think you want centipedes in the house either they bite really bad too.

 

 

  Sincerly, pooponu (the bug expert)

 

 

Edit: well i spoke too soon ik they are in the southeast but i didn't know his location.

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brown lethal spiders hmm... Sounds like a brown recluse

 

Hell no. Not in eastbourne where he lives..

 

A brown recluse is the 2nd most venomous spider on earth..

 

 

The brown spider he's talking about would be a regular "house spider"  Google for images..

 

There are no recluses where he's at.

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On a serious note, after some quick research they love humidity. If you can I would suggested a dehumidifier or air conditioner to help make them not want to live in the said room. Like I said the number one way to get rid of them is to get rid of the humidity. 

 

Other than that this is what I found:

 

 

Here are six simple home remedies you could use to get rid of silverfish in your home:
 
a) Spices
 
Aromatic spices like sage, bay leaves and cloves are easy repellants for silverfish, because of their strong smells. You can put these spices inside porous sachets and use hooks to attach them inside your closets or behind your washing machine. You may also fill some decorative baskets with these sachets and lay these baskets near your baseboards.
 
B) Mothballs:
 
Another home remedy for how to get red of silverfish is mothballs. Silverfish cannot stand the smell of mothballs, so place these on areas where you find these insects are seen frequently.
 
c) Cucumbers
 
The smell of cucumbers acts as a good repellent for silverfish. Cut thick strips of a cucumber and put these strips inside your cabinet, cupboard or other slots where you think silverfish may be hiding. Replace the strips with new once every time they dry up.
 
d) Dehumidify
 
Since silverfish love damp and wet places, make sure that there are no broken water pipes or stagnant water where these insects can breed. It is also important to minimize the moisture in the air by using a dehumidifier or simply making sure that all areas in your house are properly ventilated.
 
e) Boric Acid
 
You can also try pouring a small amount of boric acid power in the areas where you think silverfish flock. It has been proven that large populations of silverfish have been killed using boric acid as a home remedy to get rid of silverfish.
 
f) Wet Newspapers
 
Silverfish can also be trapped using wet newspapers left out overnight. Make sure to collect the wet papers before the insects scatter around and dump these papers into a sealed trash can.
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You have got nothing to worry about it! My room was in the basement at my moms and i got them in my room every once and a while due to my family being stupid and throwing wet shit on my floor

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You have got nothing to worry about it! My room was in the basement at my moms and i got them in my room every once and a while due to my family being stupid and throwing wet shit on my floor

Who's shit was it? The dog or cat or someone else's?

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don't you be worry besides in Egypt we have fly's in the size of horses so I should be scared not you ;p

 

LOL I love you bloodyman!

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Lol i love ur comments :P, interesting, And nice MC Video aha xD atleast i know if i dont get rid of them, im a dead sob

 

Yeah but anyway :P

 

Thanks for letting me know 0.0 it looks as if underneath the fixed in wardrobe they're coming from, it seems kinda damp, So.. may have to.. BLOW IT UP.

 

meh, but for real, i gotta get this sorted, thanks guys :) much appreciated.

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Reading this I could not tell if this was just a fun topic of if this was for actual advice on said topic, until this last post. A good read none the less!

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We have silverfish in our bathroom here... nothing to worry about! very few poisonous spiders over here anyway and i'm assuming it's the same in the UK :P nothing to worry about at all man :P

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I've been bit by all sorts man and had some nasty reactions when I've been abroad and im alove ha so my guess would be you're gonna be fine dude! I don't think there is much over here to cause life threatening harm but if you ever see those tiny red spiders on your wall I'd say kill em right away they motherfuckers itch like hell!

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don't you be worry besides in Egypt we have fly's in the size of horses so I should be scared not you ;p

:P bloody post a picture of it 

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