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This is how we should react to a wasp sting

Wasps are one of the most feared insects during summer due to their annoying sting. It usually causes a local reaction due to its venom, which is characterized by intense pain, swelling and redness. They are very uncomfortable symptoms that usually go away after a few hours, although they can sometimes last a few days. But how can we ease the pain? Well, nurse Jorge Ngel, known for his advice on primary care, has explained how we should react to wasp stings. The first thing is to stay away from the area as these insects release pheromones in their attack, which can attract more wasps. Later, you should see if the stinger still remains in the sting area. In this case, it must be removed by dragging it with a card or something similar, we must not press the wound. The final step is to apply soap and cold water to the bite and ice to prevent the venom from spreading. In this way, Jorge ngel ensures that we will reduce the most bothersome effects such as itching, pain and swelling. This video has generated immense interest among his followers judging by the more than one and a half million views and dozens of comments he has garnered. Some users expressed their concerns and even went so far as to ask what allergy sufferers should do. In these cases, popular nurses recommend going to the doctor to prescribe adrenaline and, if they need it, they can apply it themselves to avoid shock. Except in extreme cases, there are also those who use classic remedies like mud and vinegar, though Jorge ngel didn’t elaborate on whether these were actually effective or if they were urban legends.

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