Handling After Being Bitten By A Snake?
Hello, I want to ask, so 2 days ago I was bitten by a snake, the snake was green and yellow striped, I immediately went to the hospital (by myself) and the doctor immediately sucked the one in my leg, then tomorrow the doctor gave me an injection of anti-serum, until now I have already injected it twice, but why is it that the foot of a snakebite that has been bandaged and given the serum is bleeding again? Please answer yes, this is pretty panic 🙂
Good evening Aprieta Putri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Symptoms of a reaction due to snake bites vary, depending on the type of snake that bites because each effect caused by snake venom is very different, can cause bleeding, nerve disorders to respiratory problems.
However, in general, given the right anti-snake venom, the effect of the venom in general will disappear because of the way the antibacterial works can help eliminate the effects of venom.
If the snake bite wound returns to cause complaints as you mentioned, it can indeed be caused by a can that still exists or is caused by something else such as a collision, an open wound or a new wound at that place.
Therefore, you should check your complaint back to the doctor who previously gave you antibisa for further examination of your complaints whether it is caused by the effects of snakes or can be caused by something else.
In the meantime, press the wound with a gauze cloth until the bleeding stops, if bleeding continues to occur and more and more, immediately to the nearest hospital emergency room.
I hope this helps.