Flea bites from invisible fleas with very selective human tastes
Aloha, I live in an apartment building on a top floor. It has been proven to me that the common area hall carpet is flea infested but the fleas are invisible. (The carpet is vacuumed daily.) I have received more than 100 bites and experienced extremely itchy allergic reactions to all. These bites started at my ankles and feet at first, but later my body from the breast down was eventually bitten, including when I was in bed (weeks later). I was aware that the fleas were inside my apartment even though I could not see them. I had spread EGDE and employed 216 degree steam treatments constantly. However, it has been challenging for me to get the Manager to take care of the problem more than the routine every three months scheduled scrubbing. There have been other people (all women as myself) that have been bitten, but only a few times. We only have one dog on the floor who happens to be next to me, but because the Manager said he inspected the dog two different times and did not find fleas. Ever since I started to protect my feet/legs whenever I must walk over the common area hall carpet by wearing two sets of plastic drawstring bags, I have remained free of flea bites. What is really going on? By the way, my blood type is very rare AB negative; does this matter?