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When Should You See A Doctor For A Spider Bite
As soon as possible: You see a doctor if you believe you have a mouth infection. If you are experiencing any symptoms or show any signs that are abnormal, seek the consul of a dentist. It is often easier to diagnosis at the time of the symptoms. A mouth infection can become serious, chronic, and/or deadly. Good luck. ...Read more
Not unless allergic : Or infected. Although bed bug can carry pathogens they don't transmit diseases to humans. Bed bug bites may have no sx's/signs except for 2 small skin puncture points. A reaction may show from an hr to several days later. It can cause itchy, pink, swollen, lesions w clear center. If hypersensitive blisters may occur. Telltale sign is linear track of lesions from sequential feedings – doesn't >. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a DO: An osteopathic physician's training includes looking at how the body lines up and ways to correct that for a healthier life. Sources to find a good do who does gentle manipulation are: biodo.Com, cranialacademy.Com and academyofosteopathy.Org. A few of us mds also use this method of treating. Find ways to improve your posture, try yoga, qi gong, tai chi or your fav exercise. Try feldenkrais. ...Read more
Get checked out: It cannot hurt to see your doctor. Especially if there was any loss of consciousness. ...Read more
Depends: both specialities deal with allergic skin conditions: atopic eczema, contact eczema, urticaria of different forms, if the allergic condition is affecting more than one system, skin and respiratory tract for example, allergists deal with both, although there are no sharp lines, except for special expertise needed in either specialty, such as desensitization practiced by allergists ...Read more
Can a brown recluse spider bite get better without seeing a doctor or taking medication? What medication would i need if so.
Advisable: Your ophthalmologist can determine if indeed it is a scratch or if there is a foreign object involved or if it is infected. If you are absolutely condifent it is only a scratch and you can stand the discomfort, then you can wait a day or two but if the symptoms last more than 36-48 hours, then get an examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Systemic Reaction: Localized swelling, pain, and redness around the site of a sting is a normal reaction. You should see an Allergist for venom skin testing if you have ever been stung by a bee and developed any systemic symptoms including generalized itchy skin rash, hives, swelling, anaphylaxis, wheezing, throat closure, joint swelling, dizziness or loss of conciousness. These could be signs that you are allergic. ...Read more
I have a rash from a bug bite can I send a pic to see if I need to be seen or just use a topical?
Should i see an internal specialist for a leg injury? Or should I get a primary physician and then have them refer me to whom ever?
No, not an Internist: But your pcp can start the process of diagnosing your injury and will get an orthopedist to treat you. ...Read more
1-2 weeks: Usually about 1-2 weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
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