Should I go to the hospital when I get stung in the elbow?
Q: Hello, I’m a man in his early 30s. I was stung by a bee. The stung area is the elbow. I don’t think it’s swollen that much and the pain won’t be that big. I searched for information on the Internet in a hurry, and they said that if you get hit by a bee sting, your airway could be blocked and killed by anaphylaxis shock. Are you sure I’m okay? Do I have to go to the hospital when I get stung in the elbow? 비아그라 파는곳
A: If you’re allergic to bee venom, you can say that bee stings can cause symptoms such as shortness of breath. At first, it is okay, but itching or inflammation often occurs gradually, so even if there is no problem right now, it is better to go to a nearby hospital for treatment in case there is no problem. Thank you.