hi i was reading a real old post about someone having weird itchy white or clear bumps, i currently have a few on my arm, that's why i was reading.. but i live in the mountains in new york, we've had problems with fleas during the summer, the cat brought them in, and well it's pretty hard to get away from them being in the middle of the woods, there's alot of bugs. it's been getting colder so between that and the constant spraying and vacuuming, they are gone now, i think atleast.. my question was, in one of your replies you say, "if it is fleas that is definitely the way to get rid of them" i've read everything before that and can't find what you were talking about, what is the definite way to get rid of them? we have 2 parrots and a cat and a turtle so we can't use the fogger. thanks
Hello I was wondering what the result of the post about the hard lump behind your child's ear was. I am in the exact same position as you. I have made her an appointment for a month from now, but I'm kinda frantic about what it could be.
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