Call your doctor now or seek immediate medical care if:
You have pain at or near the bite that is getting worse.
You have more pain when you move the area of your body where the bite is located.
You have signs of infection, such as:
Increased pain, swelling, warmth, or redness.
Red streaks leading from the bite.
Pus draining from the bite.
The bite starts to bleed, and blood soaks through the bandage. Oozing small amounts of blood is normal.
You have a fever and chills.
You get a rash or severe itching.
You get severe muscle or joint aches.
You have blood in your urine.
You have numbness and tingling.
Watch closely for changes in your health, and be sure to contact your doctor if:
You do not get better as expected.
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September 09, 2014
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