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female carpenter bees stinging


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Posted by Mommy Dearest on 0:20:55 4/8/2011 from 74.82.64.18:

I know female carpenter bees rarely sting. However, one went in my 1 year olds crib un-noticed and he was stung 3 times on the hand and it became very red and swollen. So I gave him benadryl and some of the swelling has went down. But, your website and so many others only say the females can sting but rarely do but doesn't tell me what to do when stung or the effects of the sting. You see my son is only 1 and has asthma I really need to know as soon as possible if their are any toxins in their stings and how it effects children and children with asthma. Thank you for your time.



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