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it depends on if you are allergic and what type of bee. bee stings can be deadly to some people.
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Why does bees sting?

A bee will sting when it feels threatened. Bees are generally docile. If one flies near you it is very unlikely to sting if you don't make sudden movements towards it, so do

At what point does swelling after a bee sting become dangerous and need attention?

If the sting is not gone or almost gone in a week, or if the sting increases in diameter over 2" or 3", get medical help.   Note that this answer addresses ONLY the questio

What does the bee do to you when it stings you?

It punctures your skin with a barb and then pumps venom through the barb into your body which causes pain and localised swelling. If this is done by a honey bee, the bee canno

Why do bees sting?

Bees sting for the same reason that wolves bite and horses kick. It is their defence mechanism; their means of protecting themselves and their hive.

How do bees sting?

  they contract muscles in their thorax, and the stinger comes out and they press down and they sting.

What to do after a bee sting?

Put some vinegar on the sting, or use something cold like ice or a  frozen lollipop to cool it and relieve pain. The best thing to use  though is 'Anthisan' its a bite and s

What do you do if you get a bee sting?

If it is definitely a bee sting and not a wasp sting, the first thing to do is remove the barb because as long as the barb is in your skin, the venom will continue to pump int

Where is the sting on a bee?

A bee's stinger is located at the exterior end of its abdomen.

Are ground bees stings dangerous?

Ground bees stings are not dangerous to your health. Of course, if  you are allergic to bee stings, then they would be very dangerous,  but generally they are not.

Why is a second bee sting more dangerous then the first bee sting to a person who is allergic to bee stings?

That's really simple: an allergic reaction is when your body responds excessively to something, making way too many antibodies to counter the antigen. When antibodies are made

What to do if you have a bee sting?

if it is a bee sting it is an acid sting so then put vinegar an alkilie will level out the ph [the level of intensity in acid s and alkilies] and if it is a wasp sting put lem

How does a bee sting?

  The worker bee's sting is similar to egg laying organs. The stinger is located in the chamber end of the Abdomen, only sharp pointed shaft is protruded in to the person.