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Bee sting, fever, foot swelling increasing and travelling to the ankle. Taking ibuprofen, benadry. Is it dangerous?

hello - I was stung by a bee two full days ago on my big toe . I had a fever yesterday (102.2 at the highest) and the swelling in my foot has been gradually increasing since the sting - it has now encompassed my whole foot and is traveling up my ankle. Need I worry about how long the swelling has been increasing? I have been taking ibuprofen , benadryl , and icing it regularly, as well as trying to keep off it and keep it elevated.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Hello patient want to really help
That i read your history carefully
And i suggest that
It is cellulitis/infection has occured after bite
So you need to

Elevate your foot
Take capsule; lincomycin 400 mg three times/daily
Tablet Dicloran 50 mg three times
All for 1week
Take care
Dr muhammad akbar
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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