For the most part, bee stings are pretty harmless unless you happen to be allergic to bee stings, it could be critical that you seek medical assistance as soon as possible. Some of the symptoms are shortness of breath, swelling in the lips, and swelling in the facial region.
What to do when you get stung by a bee?
Bed bug bites are very small bites that look quite similar to that of a mosquito. Thankfully bed bug bites don't hurt that much not do they spead diseases.
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They are however, a nuisance to get rid of.
Head lice bites leave a little trail of red spots around the scalp area. Head lice are nasty because it's said the you fan feel them moving around on the back of your neck. Ewwww.
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Flea bites unfortunately look fairly similar to bed bug bites because they're tiny red dots. Not necessarily 100% accurate of an indicator of a flea, but they often have little circles around the bite site and usually target humans leg area and other warmer locations.
Fleas really prefer our animals.
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You would be surprised but those huge horse files will leave a welt on your skin. And oh boy do the hurt.
More concerning though, is on rare occasions some flies can transfer tularemia and blankly fever.
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Well, we have another one that looks pretty similar to the others. They're harvest mites, near impossible to see with the naked eye.
The pain from Chigger bites lasts sometimes 1-2 weeks long. An important fact is they don't burrow into our skin so don't worry.
Over the counter - Hydrocortizone 10 helps with itchiness.
Black widow bites can be tricky because sometimes they may cause a stabbing a pain buy on the other hand you might not feel a thing. According to Web MD, look for one or two fang marks near the bite site.
You should get medical care as soon as possible if you start feeling some of the bite symptoms like severe muscle cramps, nausea, vomiting, seizure, and a rise in blood pressure.
The Brown Recluse is another venomous spider. The problem is they're often painless. Some key identifiers are the reddish-white tint near the bite site usually forming a blister.
The Brown Recluse spider bites can be deadly in some instances so seek medical help right away.
Fire Ant Bites are usually associated with little red lesions that look similar to a pimple. A few items to help with these bites are antihistamines, ice packs, and pain relievers.
According to Healthline, Tick bites are usually harmless unless you have an allergic reaction to it.
Here are a few of the possible side effects:
Potential symptoms of tick-borne diseases include:
Mosquitoes are one of the most annoying pests around. Scratching their bites is a bad idea as well because it can cause skin infections.
West Nile Virus, Dengue Fever Virus, and last but not least, malaria are some of the diseases Mosquitoes carry around.
Fleas like to suck the host’s blood. It's not too often that someone is allergic to or sensitive to flea bites but it happens. The best thing to do is not scratch at the bite site no matter how tempting it may be.