Question by  arun99 (11)

What could be this tiny bug on my toothbrush?

I did not throw away my toothbrush, should I have?


Answer by  Brandon55 (1719)

There are thousands of tiny bugs that could be on your toothbrush. Clean the toothbrush and don't worry about it unless you see them everywhere.


Answer by  hibpmgirl (2166)

I would have thrown it out. I have not heard of bugs on a toothbrush but you cant be sure if it laid eggs or deficated on your toothbrush and you put it back in your mouth. Its best to boil your toothbrush for a minute or two immediatly and do it any other time you see any bugs.


Answer by  wigglewasp (781)

There is no description of the bug, but as along as you rinse the tooth brush with hot water you should be okay.


Answer by  ianlimpitlawaolcom (61)

If the bug is tiny, the only pernicious type of bug would be a tiny roach. If upon examination under a magnifying glass, it resembles a roach, you might consider boiling your tooth brush. If it does not resemble a roach, you might consider merely soaking your toothbrush in hydrogen peroxide.


Answer by  randall6 (242)

That tiny bug may have been what is called a bed bug, depending on what region of the country you live in.

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