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    Yuck. Even though you're not having full-blown anaphylaxis (throat closing up, major allergic reaction), some benadryl or another antihistamine may help. also, ice can help with any swelling.
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    oh as far as antihistamines and such.........................if you ever are having a allergic reaction on your skin like a rash and nothings working try Pepcid AC, sounds wierd i know but it does work sometimes. forget just why but a doc told me about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Vinegar or lemon juice stops wasp stings and baking soda stops bee stings.
    Vinegar also works for jellyfish stings. So does urine (allegedly.)
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    dirt (potting soil) + water = mud!
    Mud does great for drawing out the venom and ease the pain as it dries. I've used it plenty in the past for wasp and bee stings. I've tried flour & water but it didn't work as well for me.

    This year I got stung on my leg however and after a bit I felt really high, my eyes couldn't focus, I felt dizzy and my heart seemed to be beating oddly for a little while so I might be developing an alergy to the yellow jackets (which is what always sting me in spring). Never had that reaction before.

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    i say...
    i don't know a thing. go to the doctor if you're concerned. do you have medical coverage? sounds like you're feeling reeeally crappy.

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