Various insects can cause allergic reactions. Wasps, honey bees, hornets, yellow jackets and ants are the insects most likely to cause strong allergic reactions. Some biting insects (mosquitoes, flies, lice, kissing bugs and fleas) can cause Allergies as well because they inject saliva to thin the blood when they bite. People rarely dont have an allergic reaction to misquito bites.Finally, some caterpillars are covered with hairs that contain a substance irritating to human skin and this can sometimes cause allergic reactions.
In general there are three kinds of reactions to insect stings. The first kind, normal reactions, involve pain, redness, swelling, itching, and warmth at the site of the sting. The second kind, toxic reactions, are the result of multiple stings. Five hundred stings within a short time are considered likely to kill because of the quantity of venom involved. As few as ten stings within a short time can cause serious illness. Symptoms of toxic reactions include muscle cramps, headache, fever, and drowsiness.
Allergic reactions are the third type. They may involve some of the same symptoms as toxic reactions, but may be triggered by a single sting or a minute amount of venom. Any non-local reaction to a single sting should be considered allergic until proven otherwise.
Allergic reactions may be local or systemic. An allergic reaction is considered local if it involves only the stung limb, regardless of the amount of swelling. A slight systemic reaction may involve hives and itching on areas of the body distant from the sting site as well as feelings of anxiety and being run down. A moderate systemic reaction may include any of the above plus at least two of edema (swelling), sneezing, chest constriction, abdominal pain, dizziness, and nausea. A severe systemic reaction has the symptoms already described plus at least two of difficulty in swallowing, labored breathing, hoarseness, thickened speech, weakness, confusion, and feelings of impending disaster.
The most serious symptoms are the closing of airways and shock (anaphylaxis) since they can be fatal if not treated quickly and effectively. Allergic reactions may begin within ten to twenty minutes after the sting or they may be delayed. Usually, the sooner the reaction starts, the more severe it will be.
The common types of allergies are:Airborne allergies like allergies to pollen, ragweed, mold, dust mites, animals, and chemicals. Food allergieslike allergies to peanuts, seafood, fish, MSG, milk and eggs. Other allergies include allergies to pets (fur), sulfite, insect stings, latex, and drugs.*Xo, Smartiiz.Some diffrent types of allergies are animal allergies,plant allergies the latest allergies that was discovered was nickle allergies which can be caused by bod pearcings
Some allergies can be severe enough to cause death. Peanut allergies are a prime example.
yes, I know.
I do not know but the best way to treat allergies is to drink goat milk =)
Insect bites, allergies or other type of injuries that should be checked by a veterinarian.
An insect has 3 pairs of legs (6 legs) and an exoskeleton.
yes he does because last year he had allergies of course im his mom i should know!
Well...... I'm no insect so how the hell an i supposed to know
I know that Nick has Diabetes but i dont think any of them have allergies *Moves to L.A. to ask them*
Sometimes certain peoples skin irritations or allergies may trigger a rash around the bitten area.
The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'insect' in a sentence is it.Example: I don't know what kind of insectit is but it has six legs.
Allergies are a common problem. I know there have to be many others the way the are overbred. Allergies are a common problem. I know there have to be many others the way the are overbred.
Gee, I would think so. I know that it is good for humans with allergies. From what I have read, I do know that a little bit is not bad for them.
Take them to the vet and if you know what it's allergies are,tell the vet and she will give yoiu medicine or a shot to give your cat.But if you don't know the allergies,tell the vet and she will do an allergy test on your cat and THEN give you the shot or medicine to give to your cat.
Most of the time through trial and error
going to a doctor
Any detergent that is dye free or "free" is good for allergies. I know that Zero has one that is safe for allergies. Usually ones for allergies come in a white bottle.
Wool allergies, flea allergies, food allergies, and skin allergies that can be genetic. (My CC has allergies.)
you know the segment's in an insect's body depends on the type of the insect
Connecticut has the praying mantis for the state insect -- By I Know Your Answers
Crickets have 6 legs, a head, thorax, and abdomen. All the clarifications of a insect.
The most common allergic reaction for a horse is skin allergies. these are typically triggered by dust, insect bites, chemicals, injections or the diet.
They will sneeeze it is so cute but kinda sad.
If you have asthma like me, yes. Allergies make your asthma flare up and cough. if you dont have asthma, i dont know.
Well if your child has allergies you really shouldn't have a pet of any kind because it will only make it worse i know because my dad has allergies and we had a dog and he did do well around him.