In a way see below. Most people who are stung by bees just get a red, swollen iitchy "bump" in the area...Washing it right away. Using ice...Applying cortisone cream and taking an antihistamine usually provides relief. If you have bee sting allergy you can have more serious symptoms (hives all over, asthma, trouble breathing etc.) if you have these see an allergist asap.
In some ways. Most people who are stung by bees just get a red, swollen iitchy "bump" in the area...Washing it right away. Using ice...Applying cortisone cream and taking an antihistamine usually provides relief. If you have bee sting allergy you can have more serious symptoms (hives all over, asthma, trouble breathing etc.) if you have these see an allergist asap.
No. No there is no natural cure for bee sting allergy.
Med eval. If you have an actual infection - it would be prudent to have it medically evaluated. There are many excellent remedies that can be used if this is not infectious problem.
Bee Stings. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) will help with itching. And some people suggest making a paste of baking soda and meat tenderizer, and applying it to the site.
Cold compress. Unless you are unusually sensitive to the bee venom (bee-sting allergy), cold compress over the sting site is all you need to do. Shoul you experience breathing difficulty or hives, immediate medical attention should be sought.
Yes. Usually no treatment is needed. If red or irritated, or pain. You may use advil or tylenol (acetaminophen). If itchy, you could try some hydrocortisone.
A few. Bee stings may be treated with oral Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and a paste made from a mixture of baking soda and meat tenderizer.
Depends,?? Rxn?? Bee stings can be simple issues that most can ignore. If the stinger remains scrape sideways to remove it & any trailing bee tissue that may have more venom. A cold compress decreases local pain, antihistamines can reduce swelling or itching. Major sting reactions can start with progressive swelling, abdominal pain, cough, difficulty breathing. If so a 911 call/er visit/e[pinephrine would be needed.
Depends. For local reaction use a cold compress, elevation, acetaminophen. For large local reaction - like the entire arm - do the same. You can add an antihistamine like allegra (fexofenadine). For an allergic reaction - hives all over, difficulty breathing, nausea, vomiting, feeling faint or loss of consciousness, give epinephrine, albuterol, elevate feet, loosen clothes, & call 911. Later see an allergist for testing.
Allergy Shots. Bee sting allergy can be life threatening. Local reactions to bee stings are common and can be treated with local therapy. Sytemic reactions: including hives, itchiness, trouble breathing, passing out, vomiting, lip and tongue swelling, are obviously more dangerous and require immediate treatment with epinephrine. However long term treatment for these patients might require allergy vaccine therapy.
Meat tenderizer. Try meat tenderizer. The enzymes in meat tenderizer help extract the bees venom.
Warm compress. Unless you're allergic to beestings, or you've been stung many many times, this is basically just a minor annoyance. Apply some warm compresses, keep the area clean to prevent infections, and see your doctor if symptoms persist or worsen.
Cold compress. A cold compress would help reduce swelling and pain. An oral antihistamine like diphephenhydramine (benadryl (diphenhydramine) and others), or Loratadine (claritin and others), or Cetirizine (zyrtec and others), or fexofenadine (allegra and others), can help with swelling and redness and itching. Pain medication, especially anti-inflammatory meds like Ibuprofen and naproxen, can help with pain.
Remedies. Remove stinger by scraping along edge of skin with a credit card. Clean with soap & warm water. Apply ice in 10 minute. Increments; alternating 10 on & 10 off. Tylenol, (acetaminophen) Aspirin or Motrin for pain or Benadryl for swelling. Make a paste of 2 parts baking soda & 1 part water & apply. Or you can apply a meat tenderizer poultice to the area. Throat, airway or tongue swelling – call 911.