Bug Bite with a Red Circle around It?

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Spiders are one of the bug bites that have red circles around it. Spiders start off as two small fang marks where you were bit and will sometimes grow to a swollen area with a red circle around it. Just because it gets the red circle does not mean it is serious and you need to seek medical care. You should continue to watch the spider bite to make sure the swelling and redness do you travel past the orginal circle, if it does you should seek medical care.
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The red circle is a sign of bacterial infection. Go to the doctor. Do not ignore it. You need an antibiotic. Source(s) Medically Manic.
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This could be many types of bites. The important thing to do
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you can put a paste of baking soda and water to make the itch go away or a banana peel. leave the peel on for about 30 mins, and don't wash it for another 30. it also reduces swelling
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