What should you do if you got a bee sting?
You should first remove the stinger, then go to an adult to take you to the nearest place which can treat a bee sting. Putting mud on it helps if the pain is too much.
The pH scale of a bee sting is 3.5, so if you get stung by a bee, putting toothpaste on the bee sting should help because the bee sting is weak acid but toothpaste is week alkali so it should balance it out.
You can use Acetaminophen for your Bee sting.
we must stay still to prevent a bee sting.
i have got stung by one! sting realy bad!
yes it is true because once i got bee sting-ed and i am still alive
A bee sting is acid, a wasp sting is alkaline, that's why you should put bicarbonate of soda on a bee sting and vinegar or lemon juice on a wasp's if you want to neutralize it and take away the pain.
Bees don't bite, they sting. When a honey bee stings, it leaves the barb of the sting behind, sticking out of your skin. Maybe that's what you got confused with.
A bee sting on a horse is not a serious threat to the animal. The only exception is if the horse is allergic. A bee sting can be left to heal on its own. If there is an allergic reaction, a vet should treat the horse.
No. But if saliva from a rabid animal got on the wound caused by the sting (the puncture in your skin) then you could.
If you are stung by a bee the bee usually leaves it's sting in you, so you need to remove the sting. Do this by scrapping the sting out of your arm, toe etc Don't grab the end of the sting to pull it out you will put more of the bee venom into you. Then put some wet bicarbonate of soda on the sting area. If you are stung by a wasp there is… Read More
The bee might sting, but it will only sting if provoked.
The PH of a nettle sting is about the same as a bee sting both are acidic so a nettle sting should have a PH of 5 or 5.5
a bee sting is acid a wasp sting is base
You put milk on a bee sting because a bee sting is full of acid and by putting an alkali solution on the sting it neutralises the sting (balances it out) so the sting doesnt hurt.
toothpaste would not cure a bee sting it has no cemicals in to cure a bee sting
yes a bee sting is acid
bee sting is acidic
A Bee sting contains a acid
Bumble bees are bees. If they sting, it is a bee sting. Robber flies can bite humans. It is not similar to a bee sting.
Epinephrine (adrenaline) is used as first aid treatment for anaphylactic shock which could be the result of a bee sting on a person who is severly hypersensitive to the venom. It should not be used as a general treatment for any sting.
Well, wasp sting is more poisonous than bee sting
Take a credit card or something similar and brush it over the bee sting, it should get it out. That's what they teach you to do in the first aid training class.
The chemicals left by a bee sting and wasp sting are slightly different. The wasp sting has a base which is neutralized by the vinegar. Bee stings are acidic and are not neutralized by the vinegar.
It is similar to a bee/wasp sting. People who are allergic to bee/wasp stings may have a more severe reaction than most of us and should avoid them. Treatment for a velvet ant sting is the same as for any typical bee/wasp sting.
vinegar can be used to cure a bee sting.
if you itch a bee sting it will get bigger
well it really depends if you've got an allergy or not
The nature of the bee and wasp sting is that they are usually inflammatory and acidic.
If you are stung by a bee you could expect the itch to last for a couple of days. If it persists you should consult a doctor.
Bees come in 3 versions: Queen (female bee, only one per hive) - can sting many times. Worker - can sting once (the sting is barbed and comes away in the target - bee dies). Drone (male bee) - has no sting.
The wasp will try to sting the bee back, with a jaggered bee sting in its side, while the bee - wich would now be going crazy - is slowly dying and giving the wasp a hard time to actually sting the bee sucsessfully.
A bee does not sting itself, but a wasp sometimes will. Bees will sting other bees if they are fighting.
because simply you have been stung and therfore a bee sting will sting. this is the same for a wasp sting, a wasp sting also stings if you have been stung.
It can't. A drone (male bee) cannot sting.
a bee sting is a strong acid.
A male (drone) honey bee can't sting.
toothpaste neutralizes the protein in the bee sting
A bee sting will start hurting immediately.
Don't worry. A bee doesn't always leave its sting behind. If it doesn't penetrate very far the bee will be able to remove the sting. If a sting is left behind it is fairly obvious, so if you can't see one, there almost certainly isn't one.
no bees talk to god who tells them they should sting somebody
Give them antihistamines and see a Dr.
It's unlikely. If you have a severe reaction to bee stings, you should always carry an epi pen with you.
If you meant a 'bee stinger' - then yes. Unlike wasps, the sting of a bee has a tiny barb - when a bee stings something, the barb makes the sting stay put. This means the sting pulls out of the bees body - killing the bee in the process.
To neutralize a bee sting simply apply bicarbonate of soda to the sting. if this does not work then apply ice.
If, as is usually the case, the bee loses its sting it cannot sting again. If it manages to withdraw the sting it can sting again.
No, the sting is normally retracted, and only extended when the bee is about to sting.
Um i think it is a bee because they sting you and sometimes it hurts REALLY bad like today i got sting an hour ago.believe me
well i know how to fix swelling of a bee sting mix some baking soda with water a little then rub it on the bee sting
No, male bees (drones) do not have a sting. Worker bees (all female) have a barbed sting which is left behind when the bee stings. The bee will then die. The queen bee has a smooth sting which she can withdraw, so she is able to sting more than once.
When a person gets stung by a bee, it is ok to shower as they normally do. Even so, they should be careful not to scrub the area of the sting too strongly, which may cause further irritation.