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This morning, we discovered the source of unknown 50 plus bed bug bites on my 14-year-old son from his new Sealy Generate mattress. The photos are attached that show 7 day old bites and last evening’s bites.

He has been scratching for one week and continues to feel incredibly uncomfortable all throughout the day and night. We had attempted to control the continual bites with Witch Hazel, Benadryl, Cortaid and Calamine lotion. As he is a stomach sleeper, bites evidenced on his chest, upper thigh, genital area and right arm extended over his head underneath the pillow concur with the placement. Last night, new bites occurred on his chest area.

At 4:00 A.M., he was bleeding from the nipple in the bathroom, he discovered a bug on his nipple, and killed it.

Web MD had the exact image of the bites from bed bugs and the view of the bug.

This person wrote the review because of "bed bugs" of sealy mattress from Sealy and attached a photo. Reviewer claimed that he or she lost $821 and wants Sealy to issue a full refund.

The author asks this business to immediately contact him/ her to briefly discuss his/ her negative experience with the company.

Also, this reviewer considered the following company: Original Mattress Factory. We collected other reviews about products and/or services offered by Sealy for you to read. This information may help you with your purchase decision.

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Columbia, South Carolina, United States #1193851

You are blaming Sealy, the manufacturer but perhaps you should blame the retailer you bought the mattress from. It is not unknown for companies to buy used mattresses in good condition and then sell them as new.

Inside the mattress, if you open it up you will find all sorts of vermin. Any non-new mattress has to be labeled as such, etc. Check the labels and/or paperwork you received with the mattress. It sounds like you got a used mattress that was cleaned, dressed up nicely, and sold as new.

Go to "FTC.GOV" and type in "mattress" in the search field. You will get many results for mattresses, etc. on this government site. By the way, before you throw the mattress in the trash open it up and check the insides out.

Getting rid of bed bugs can be difficult.

Do some research online to find out the best way. Your whole house will be at risk now, of course.

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