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Should I see a specialist for non venomous snake bite, or can my regular doctor take care of it?

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Dr. Steven Hill
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: PCP good.

You should get it checked by your doctor who can evaluate for infection, inflammation, etc.
- if he/she feels it necessary for you to see a specialist they can direct you to the proper specialist.

In brief: PCP good.

You should get it checked by your doctor who can evaluate for infection, inflammation, etc.
- if he/she feels it necessary for you to see a specialist they can direct you to the proper specialist.
Dr. Steven Hill
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Dr. Joseph Bouvier
Pediatrics

In brief: Your doc

For non-venomous bites, your primary physician should be able to advise and treat if any secondary side effects occur.

In brief: Your doc

For non-venomous bites, your primary physician should be able to advise and treat if any secondary side effects occur.
Dr. Joseph Bouvier
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