Should I see a doctors after a wasp sting?

Maybe. If you have a mild reaction, No. If you develop hives all over your body or the swelling extends way beyond the site of the sting, then I would seek emergent medical attention. If you ave shortness of breath, then you need to call 911.
Probably Not. Most wasp stings are painful, but not dangerous. However, some people are allergic and such reactions (hives, trouble breathing) can be life-threatening. Also, multiple stings can be dangerous, particularly in very small children or the elderly. Otherwise most stings result in only local symptoms of pain & redness. Bacterial infections are uncommon.
For allergic rxn. Normal sting symptoms may include pain, itching, swelling, redness & tenderness of the affected area. Milder allergic reactions: Swelling of > 4 inches (baseball), nausea, GI cramps, diarrhea. Severe allergic reactions may present with swelling of tongue, mouth, lips or throat; difficulty swallowing & breathing, wheezing, tightness of the chest, hives, generalized weakness, confusion & slurring of.

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What's the doctor's recommendation to help cure a wasp sting?

Steps. 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. Insure that you have had a tetanus shot within the last ten years. Throat, airway or tongue swelling – call 911. Read more...