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How is a bee sting allergy treated?

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Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
30 years experience in Pediatrics
Depends on type rxn: Oral antihistamines; topical anti-inflammatory creams/ointments like hydrocortisone/calamine/benadryl; oral steroids; and sometime Epinephrine via injection.
Answered on Jun 25, 2014

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