Wasp stings generally require only treatment at home, including taking the stinger out (if present), washing the site of the sting, and applying ice to reduce swelling. Pain medica...
To treat a wasp sting, remove the stinger from skin and apply ice and antihistamine to the swollen area.
Treating bee and wasp stings depends on their severity. The majority of problems
that require medical attention come from an allergic reaction to the sting.
Allergy to insect stings can cause severe reactions. WebMD explains first aid
treatment for people with and without allergies.
Aug 24, 2015 ... Pain, redness, minor swelling, and itching are common symptoms of a wasp sting
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Oct 23, 2014 ... Learn about bee and wasp stings. Bees and wasps inject a poisonous venom
that can lead to an allergic reaction. About 40 deaths are ...
Aug 19, 2015 ... What exactly is a bee sting, and what should you do? Find out how to manage
the reaction at home - or when to call for medical help.
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