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 What are the benefits of a wasp sting?

Answer There's no "benefits" to a wasp sting. It hurts, you swell, you itch, then it's over. Put a cold compress on it and take a zyrtec or something to help with the swelling and itching.
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Bee sting or Wasp sting which hurts more?

The interesting thing is that bee and wasp stings are completely opposite. Bee stings are acidic, and thus can be neutralised with an alkali, whereas wasps are alkali and can be neutralised with an... Read More »
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Wasp sting?

Bee Bicarp, Vinegar Wasp.I learnt this at school in science (one of the few things I took through with me from science class!). Bee stings are acidic, so put bicarbonate of soda on them to neutrali... Read More »
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WASP STING WHAT DO I DO?

Ice the eye and take some antihistamines - e.g benadryl, zyrtec, or claratyne - these will help with the swelling.Edit for Adam - antihistamines are basic treatment for a swollen, puffy bug bite, e... Read More »
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Can a wasp sting do this?

Could this be swelling? If your symptoms fall outside of the range of normal symptoms (burning, raised lump, redness, local inflammation) then you should see a doctor. If this is not possible, I wo... Read More »
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