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After I moved into a new house in the suburban area, I was bitten by an unknown creature near my spine at mid-night. I felt painful and dizzy. However, after 15 mins, I no longer felt dizzy and the pain faded, so I did not see a doctor.

Serveral months later, the same thing happened again at mid-night, the creature ran into my hair (I have long hair) and bit the back of my neck. This time we figured out that it was probably a centipede, as it was red, had many legs, and ran fast.

Yesterday, a centipede ran into my hair again in the morning. Luckily, I felt something was in my hair and I manged to shake off the centipede, so it did not bite me.

Why does centipede keep running into my hair and bite me and what should I do?

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closed as off-topic by iayork, Remi.b, David, Bryan Krause May 23 at 15:14

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  • "Personal medical questions and health advice are off-topic on Biology. We cannot safely answer questions for your specific situation and you should always consult a doctor for medical advice." – iayork, Remi.b, David, Bryan Krause
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