Jul 19, 2012 ... Getting stung by a bee or wasp is certainly not fun, but you can lessen the
severity of a sting by removing the stinger with a credit card instead of ...
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Mar 6, 2012 ... I got stung by a bee and the lesson learnt is: Do not wait too long before you
remove the sting. I did because I wanted to film the removal and ...
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Sep 27, 2008 ... Treat wasp stings by removing stingers with a butter knife or credit card. Treat
wasp stings with tips from a firefighter in this free first aid video.
Treating wasp stings is very similar to treating bee stings. However, there is no
sting to remove, as is the case should a sting be caused by a honey bee. Also,
Apr 7, 2015 ... Wasps usually reside in temperate climate and are attracted by strong smells,
and bright or dark colored clothes, especially with floral print.
Apr 25, 2014 ... In the vast majority of cases, though, bee or wasp stings are not a ... The first thing
you need to do is remove the stinger if you were stung by a ...
Bees are magnificent creatures. They are brightly colored and seemingly good
natured. They work all the time, but do so quite happily, buzzing from one.
May 9, 2010 ... Do not use tweezers to remove a wasp stinger. If you squeeze the venom sac
with the tweezers, you will inject all of the venom at once, which ...
Below are symptoms of a wasp sting in different parts of the body. ... Carefully
scrape a blunt edge (such as a butter knife) over the area to remove the stinger.
Anaphylactic Shock is an allergic reaction, in this case the allergy is to the venom
of the wasp or bee sting. The body's response to the venom triggers a quick ...