First Aid For Bee Sting

Injuries due to bee stings usually cause local reactions such as redness or swelling. However, if the victim is allergic to a particular bee stings, this can be life-threatening and requires immediate attention.

Symptoms of insect stings can be pain, swollen and reddened, itchy, and feels hot on the bite spot or surrounding the bite area.

Some of the actions that can be done are:

1. When a bee sting, usually the sting will still be pierce. Unplug sting carefully using a knife or nail. Do not squeeze it because it can lead to more toxins entering the body.

2. Wash sting area with soap and water.

3. Compress with cold water or ice to reduce the absorption and spread of venom.

4. Apply a cream or lotion such as calamine, paste of baking soda plus a little water to reduce discomfort.

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