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Body aches with swelling after a bed bug bites

i am a male 32 yrs 165lb 5 9 i have been bitten by what i think is bed bugs i am getting body aches i cant stop sratching the bites have exsteamly swallen up hard for me to think have not sleept in two days sprading to my eye lids and neck even on ere and forehead white dot and puss starting to show in middle of bits and lossing weight have no apate
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jul 2011
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You can take an antihistamine tablet if you have one nearby for the itching. Apply Lactocalamine lotion on the itchy sites but don;t apply on any wounder or inflammed areas. It is best you go to the Hospital and get the blisters looked at and since swelling is spreading it could be severe allergic reaction which can cause throat close down due to swelling which can make problem breathing. Go to the Hospital immediately.
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