Mosquito Allergies - A Biting Pain
Mosquito allergies can be a very biting pain, and not just at the
point of insertion. Learn about the mosquito bite. They can be an irritating pain with that crazy itch,
they can be a lumpy pain and an overall pain in the bottom end. Allergies
can also be mild and just slightly irritating for a few minutes, or hours
but less commonly, they can also be very serious for some who have an
allergy to mosquitoes. Mosquito allergies can turn a bite into a death
warrant; unless treated right away.
NORMALLY. . .but some things just aren’t normal
Typically after a few days the mosquito bite is forgotten, the little bump went away, the itching stopped. There are many precautions that can be taken to prevent mosquito bites, and consumers spend millions of dollars each year for this very purpose. The majority of them work, but to anyone that suffers from mosquito allergies most of these solutions will not be effective. If the bites start getting infected this means the allergy medicine has not worked and then it becomes a different issue. The best solution is to visit the doctor or pharmacist and get a correct formula of anti histamine or other stronger cure that may be behind the counter.
Mosquito Allergy Symptoms
The actual reaction to a mosquito bite when someone is allergic can vary:
Mosquito allergies should be taken care of at once, it is imperative that if you are allergic to mosquitoes you should contact a medical professional especially if you get bitten on the face, the implications of this could become very serious, the infection could affect the brain.
Treatment is Available if you Hurry
Take Immediate Action to Severe Reactions
Mosquito allergies can be dangerous. If you are visiting a country where you know you will encounter mosquitoes use a strong anti bug cream before you go out, and take it with you, this could help prevent a bite. If you are unfortunate enough to get a serious bite, visit the local doctor for treatment and medication. If you go knowing you are allergic to mosquitoes you should request a prescription before leaving.
Written by Karen Foster: Karen Foster is the content manager and editor for Tiny Mosquito: Understanding the Mosquito. For more information about mosquitoes, visit her site at www.tinymosquito.com.