I got a bee sting on my foot 1 week ago and the swelling is
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What are the possible treatments for bee sting ?
my 2 yr old grand daughter was stung by a bee on her neck at the beach 2 weeks ago, i got the stinger out immediately and it had the normal swelling etc, but today she said her neck hurt and the spot is swollen again as if she has just gotten stung. it the exact spot of the sting and its swollen
Blisters on foot, swelling after bee sting. Applied ice. Remedy?
I got a bee sting on my big toe on Sunday. My girlfriend removed the stinger, then I washed it & went back out for yard work (wearing sandals). The sting was fine all the rest of the day, itched some that night. I woke up Monday & there was no swelling & my toe was a little red & irritated. I put...
Bee stinging sensation all over the body, foot pain. What is happening ?
Well you being a GYN, I don t think you might be able to help much, but what is happening to me with this feeling or sensation that I am having for the past year or bee stings all over my body in various part of my body at the same time. I am from the USVI, we got sting a lot, therefore, I know...
Can a bug bite/bee sting cause cellulitis in the hand.
Hi Chris ! Yes. A bee/bug bite can definitely give rise to cellulitis of the hand, which means inflammation of the tissues in hand causing swelling and pain. The basic treatment is to keep the hand raised either by a sling or over pillows, and go for some anti inflammatory, an anti allergic with an option for antibiotic advised by your doctor if no relief. Take care so that it does not form absces
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