What is Bug Bites?

The majority of insect bites and stings are minor and treatable at home. Itching, swelling, and stinging are possible side effects that will subside in a day or two. Disease-causing germs, viruses, and parasites can be transmitted by bites or stings. Bee stings, yellow jacket stings, wasp stings, hornet stings, and fire ant stings can all induce serious allergic reactions (anaphylaxis).

When should you seek medical help in an emergency?

Breathing problems

Lips, face, eyelids, or throat swelling

Unconsciousness, dizziness, or fainting

A fast and feeble pulse


Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea are all symptoms of a stomach bug.


Causes & Treatment

What causes of Bug Bites?

Athlete’s foot with a rash of redness

Athlete’s foot is a condition that affects athletes.

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One or both feet can be affected by athlete’s foot. The following are some of the most common indications and symptoms:

Skin between the toes that is scaly, peeling, or cracking

Itching, particularly after removing shoes and socks

Depending on your skin color, inflamed skin can seem reddish, purple, or grayish.

Stinging or burning


Skin on the bottom of the foot that is dry and scaly and extends up the side


Follow these guidelines to avoid getting athlete’s foot or transmitting it to others:

Allow your feet to breathe. Wear sandals whenever possible to allow your feet to breathe as much as possible.

Every day, wash your feet. Rinse and dry your feet thoroughly, especially between the toes, with warm, soapy water. If you’re prone to athlete’s foot, use a medicinal foot powder (Tinactin, Gold Bond, etc.) or another medicated powder (Lotrimin AF, Zeasorb, etc.).

Socks should be changed on a regular basis. If your feet feel particularly sweaty, change your socks at least once a day. Socks composed of moisture-wicking materials, such as cotton, keep your feet drier than nylon socks.

Wear different pairs of shoes each time. 

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