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What remedies for bee stings can I try at home?
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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dr. Joseph Eastern
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Dr. Tara Passow
Dermatology
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Tara Passow
Dr. Tara Passow
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