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Doctor insights on: Non Poisonous Spider Bite Symptoms

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How do I tell what a non poisonous spider bite look like?

How do I tell what a non poisonous spider bite look like?

Did you actually see: A spider? Spider bites can have variable appearances. It might cause a pink or red bump with no symptoms. Or it could itch or be painful. ** venomous spiders may cause significant pain radiating far from the site, cramping, sweating, necrosis of tissue or worse if there is an allergic reaction. ...Read more

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How do I treat non-poisonous spider bites?

Basic wound care: Treat with simple wound care including cleansing of the wound, checking tetnus status and watching for signs of progression leading to infection. ...Read more

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Is there a way to know if a spider bite is poisonous our not?

Is there a way to know if a spider bite is poisonous our not?

Information: Most likely by knowing the type of spider. Also by the healing pattern. The reaction to a poisonness spider bite is much larger and more intense than non poisonness bites. ...Read more

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Is my spider bite poisonous? How can I tell?

Is my spider bite poisonous?  How can I tell?

Depends: If you have brown reccluse spider bite , it is very poisonous, you need to see a doctor righ away.But if you did not see the spider , then look for redness, swollen , pain that gets worse with tissues surounding the bite got swollen with spreading of redness. ...Read more

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What are the signs of a poisonous spider bite?

What are the signs of a poisonous spider bite?

Where do you live?: Almost all venomous spiders are found in the southwest: Arkansas, Texas, Arizona area. Nearly all diagnoses of "spider bite" are erroneous nonsense coming from people who are ignorant of the subject. They are usually painful. The brown recluse spider causes a large, characteristic ulcer. They are RARE. Unless you saw the bite, then took the culprit to an EXPERT , it was NOT a spider. ...Read more

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What to do if i got bit 3 days ago can I still die from a poisonous spider bite?

It sounds like you: Don't know what type of spider bit you. Both the brown recluse spider and the black widow spider can potentially cause significant medical problems with their bites. You have not listed any information about you are doing physically. It is unlikely you will die if you have not already been experiencing serious side effects. An average of 6.6 people in the u s die each year from >>. ...Read more

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What does a poisonous spider bite look like.?

What  does  a  poisonous  spider  bite  look  like.?

Depends: This depends on the stage and severity of the bite. See http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/spider_bite_brown_recluse_spider_bite/page11_em.Htm for pictures of the most severe bites and the spider and it's range. Please note that most bites do not reach these last stages! as for black widow bites, see http://www.Emedicinehealth.Com/black_widow_spider_bite/article_em.Htm. ...Read more

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Spider bite popped, not poisonous, should I put ointment of just leave it (it itches a lot)?

Spider bite popped, not poisonous, should I put ointment of just leave it (it itches a lot)?

Yes: Although the bite reaction will get better on its own, it is very reasonable to treat it with an anti-inflammatory cream like 1% hydrocortisone or a stronger cortisone cream if one is available for you, or a calamine/pramoxine cream (Aveeno) until the bite no longer itches, or if naturally oriented, an oil of clove stick applied every few hours works as well. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of spider bites and are they dangerous?

What are the symptoms of spider bites and are they dangerous?

Depends: This depends on the type of spider bite and ranges from simple wound care and cleaning to Antivenin administration for latrodectus (black widow) bites to surgical debridement for an extending severely necrotic loxoceles) recluse genus) bite. ...Read more

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