Face Red And Swollen To The Neck Due To Being Bitten By A Wasp?
Good night .. my husband just slept suddenly arrived at the wasp bite what to do huh … bitten by a wasp in the area of the face next to the mouth but why there is redness in the neck area and swelling in the eye and arm area …
Hello, good morning Dhonny, apologize for the delay in answering your question.
In general, bee stings or wasps will only cause local reactions (limited reaction to the area around the sting) in the form of pain, itching or slight swelling. There are several steps that can be done immediately, namely:
Remove the wasp or stinging bee immediately. Compress using ice for about 20 minutes to help reduce symptoms. further treatment However, please note that the most fearful thing that happens when someone experiences a bee or wasp sting is the emergence of an allergic reaction that is severe enough to be life threatening. If reactions occur such as itching, redness, bumps or swelling in almost the entire body, to shortness of breath immediately bring your husband to the emergency room to get first aid because the possibility of these reactions are symptoms of an allergic reaction. The doctor will give you a number of first treatments to deal with the reaction, and if it has been resolved it is possible that the doctor will give you some anti-allergic medication for consumption over the next few days to prevent recurring reactions.
Henceforth, keep your home free of bees or wasps to avoid repetitive stings and use mosquito nets around the place of sleep if deemed necessary.
I hope this helps.