Nonpoisonous Spider Bites - Topic Overview
Symptoms of a nonpoisonous spider bite may last from a few hours to a
few days and are usually mild. Symptoms usually occur at the site of the bite
and may include:
Swelling. Redness. Pain. Itching.
Home treatment is often all that is needed to prevent infection and
relieve symptoms of a bite from a nonpoisonous spider.
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July 08, 2013
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