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Bee stunged, vomiting, nausea, breathlessness, severe itching. What do i do?

Hello, I was attacked by bees while hicking and was stung over 200 times. I ran and was able to get to a hose to squirt them off. It was unfortunate for me that I was nt wearing light clothing, but I always make a point not to wear any lotions, perfume. I felt like I waws in a horror movie! I had vomiting , nausea and difficulty breathing but we were able to get Benedryl . But it has been a week and when I woke up this morning I am covered in welts, redness and severe itching. When I was orignally stung the welts wer not as severe as they are today. I have never heard of a delayed reaction , but could this be what I m experiencing? Thank You....Sally
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM
you are right. it is not seen usually. If you are already cleared from the initial episode, chances are very less in favour of a residual reaction. It can be a result from allergy due to something other.
Take the anti allergic medications or visit to a dermatologist.
Hope it's clear.
All the best.
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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