Bug Bites That Swell?

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When you get bite by a bug it is very common for the area to swell. There are over a million insects in the world. Most of them are harmless but some will bite and cause some swelling. The swelling in most cases is not serious, just your bodies natural way of dealing with bug bite. You should watch the bug bite for signs more serious signs of infection. If the swelling gets worse or more red around the area you should seek medical care.
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