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Insect bite

1st image: the insect 2nd image: just after bite 2days back 3rd image: today What should I do? The redness is increasing, I took only antihistamine at bite night

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Local urticaria Cold icepacks Tab Levocetrizine5mg 1bd Tab betnesol 0.5mg 1tds in tappering doses Locally atarax lotion Check for anaphylaxis get check vitals
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Local urticaria Cold icepacks Tab Levocetrizine5mg 1bd Tab betnesol 0.5mg 1tds in tappering doses Locally atarax lotion Check for anaphylaxis get check vitals
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Insect bites are puncture wounds or lacerations made by insects. An insect may bite in self-defense or when looking to feed. Insects typically inject formic acid. This can lead to blisters, inflammation, redness, swelling, pain, itching, and irritation. Cold compression... / NSAID/ Antihistamine.
Give Icepacks three times daily, ointment Thrombophob apply locally three times daily, Tab Bilanair bd Tab Defcort 6mg bd
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Probably this is deer tick Disease is Lyme's disease Treatment is doxy/ amoxy cycline, antihistamines
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? Post insect bites dermatitis.. Topically.. steroid ointment.. Levocetirizine.. Hydrocortisone..
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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? LOCALIZED URTICARIA.. ? PAEDERUS DERMATITIS.. ? POST INSECT BITES..
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Insect bite, Tab Allegra 120 mg bd, tab Medrol 8 mg bd for 3 days
Agree with @Dr. Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Inj.avil Calapure lotion (LA) T.atarax

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