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Bites of different types of insects and their photos

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The bites of different insect species differ significantly from each other in appearance, and the photos below demonstrate this clearly ...

Generally speaking, insect bites have a lot in common with various skin diseases, injuries and allergic reactions: some of them can be easily confused, for example, with nettle or parshevika burns, while others can be taken as the characteristic symptoms of allergic dermatitis.

The photo below shows the bites of typical blood-sucking insects. Mosquitoes:

Looks like a fresh mosquito bite

Fresh marks on the skin after the "feast" of bed bugs:

This photo shows traces of bedbug bites on a child.

And in this photo - the consequences of stinging nettle:

And so look traces of burn nettle

Nevertheless, insect bites can still be distinguished from skin injuries of a different nature - even if they are quite similar. There are some signs and symptoms that indicate precisely the effects of an insect attack:

  1. Characteristic location. For example, burns from various plants are rarely found on the neck, face or shoulders, but such localization for the bites of flies, midges,mosquitoes or bedbugs are absolutely natural.
  2. The presence of damage to the skin in the form of a point, sometimes with local hemorrhage. In the center of the bites of a variety of insects, it is often possible to see a clear puncture site of the skin. In addition, subcutaneous hemorrhage may develop from the venom or insect enzymes (not only blood-sucking), and a small hematoma may form.Often in the center of the bites of a variety of insects you can see the trail of a puncture of the skin.
  3. The amount of damage and their size. A single swelling on the body is clearly not in favor of allergies, and vice versa - a multiple small rash often speaks of an allergic reaction.

Unfortunately, in practice it is not always easy to distinguish an allergic reaction or skin diseases from the bites of some insects. Moreover, some dermatitis itself may be the result of regular or numerous bites, so in cases causing serious doubts and concerns, it is still better to consult a doctor.

Insect bites can be both practically harmless and occurring in just a few hours, as well as extremely dangerous, which can lead to extensive hemorrhages, edema, and even anaphylactic shock with a likely fatal outcome.Again, there is no uniform framework: for example, mosquito bites, which are quite innocuous for adults, can turn into a severe allergic reaction for children, high fever and a generally serious condition.

The photo below shows bedbug bites on the body of an adult:

With a large number of bedbugs in the house, their bites on the body can be very numerous ...

Multiple flea bites:

Flea bites on the legs

And in this photo - wasp sting:

When attacking a wasp in the affected area, a slight swelling develops first, and subcutaneous hemorrhage is often observed.

Different types of insect bites can be divided into several groups according to external signs and severity of the consequences and complications caused.

The first group includes light, unobtrusive, almost non-disturbing bites. They are left, for example, single small midges or red forest ants. A person may not notice the consequences of such attacks at all - on his skin after them only small reddenings or just dots remain.

In the photo - the ant is trying to bite a man:

With the exception of some stinging ants, the bites of these insects usually leave only barely visible marks on the skin.

The second group also combines relatively light, but already more pronounced and, as a rule, numerous insect bites: for example, mosquitoes, bedbugs, fleas and lice. The attack of one such offender is often unobtrusive and does not attract much attention, but these insects "take" precisely with mass - and this already threatens with severe itching, allergies, and sometimes fever (for example, in children).The victim usually gives a very colorful description of his feelings, precisely because of the large area of ​​the bitten body surface.


That summer we went to the pond to have a rest, it was some kind of nightmare, in the evening everyone was bitten. Komaria - not measured! Sasha's face is all swollen, the temperature has risen, and the beginning is nauseous. Then another week went all stained ...

Oksana, Yekaterinburg

In the photo - a mosquito at the time of the bite:

Mosquito drinks blood

On a note:

It is interesting to note that when bed bugs are infested in the house (which is not uncommon in our 21st century), many people do not believe to the last in the presence of insects in the house, copying redness in themselves, and especially in children, for an allergic reaction. At the same time, they sin on anything, on laundry detergent, irritation from clothes, allergies from fruits, coffee, etc. Until one day they find a bug in their bed or child's bed ...

The third group consists of bites, causing a pronounced local reaction in the form of severe pain, swelling and redness, with the possible development of serious edema and allergic reactions, up to anaphylactic shock. These include the bites of wasps, hornets, bees, some tropical ants, certain types of equestrians, large gadflies, etc.

Such bites (especially in children) require the closest attention, because in some cases they can threaten a person’s life. Even a single hornet bite is often fatal.

The photo shows the effects of a hornet bite:

Something like this may look like a hornet bite after a few days, when the tumor has subsided.

Gadfly at the time of the bite:

Blind bites are quite painful, leaving large red spots on the skin.

In addition to the above-mentioned insects, there are also other arthropods, the bites of which in the framework of the above classification should be assigned to separate groups. For example, it is possible to identify ticks, which are carriers of serious human diseases, as well as poisonous spiders, scolopendras, scorpions, which also pose a serious danger.

It should be borne in mind that even if the insect bite itself does not cause catastrophic consequences, in some cases, deadly infections can be carried into the bloodstream with it.

At the same time there is an interesting relationship: the most painful and pronounced bites almost never lead to infection with something, and vice versa - those types of bites that are least of all paying attention to themselves are sometimes especially dangerous. As an example, there are ticks, the bites of which are dangerous by the transfer of encephalitis and Lyme borreliosis, anopheles mosquitoes, and also fleas,able to spread a variety of diseases, of which the plague, encephalitis and anthrax are most known.

Ticks do not bite at all, but they are very dangerous because of their ability to be carriers of serious human diseases.

On a note

From an epidemiological point of view, the most dangerous biting insects are just parasites. The causative agents of brucellosis, plague, encephalitis, and others have learned to spread between their victims during the course of their evolution through parasites.

But the stinging insects - wasps, bees, hornets - bite only in exceptional cases, defending or defending their nest. Therefore, bacteria and viruses (even if they infected such an insect) would not have a great chance of being transmitted to humans or animals.


Parasite insect bites

And now let's take a closer look at illustrative examples of how the bites of certain insect species look and what features they have. Let's start with those who most often attack people - insect parasites.

For example, below are some photos showing how they look. domestic insects at the time of the bite:

The photo shows a bed bug sucking blood.

And so looks like a drunk blood flea at the time of the bite.

Photo of head lice drunk blood

In the overwhelming majority of cases, the bites of parasitic insects are felt rather faintly (with the exception, perhaps, of fleas), and attract attention only when the attack was massive.A striking example of this is the bedbug bites presented in the picture below, unfortunately, fairly common insects in apartments and houses to this day:

Bites bed bugs, especially with a large number of them, it is simply impossible not to notice.

This is the characteristic path from the bites of bed bugs on the body of their victim.

A characteristic feature of bedbug bites is to line them up in long chains (paths). So, it is for bugs that are characterized by three-point bites, located in one short line (this helps determine which insect bit at night: a mosquito or bug).

If traces of insect bites are arranged in chains, then there is every reason to suspect that it was the bed bugs that left them.

Flea bites also have a specific appearance (see the example in the photo):

This is how flea bites look

The favorite place of a flea attack is the legs and arms of a person, especially if they are not completely covered by clothes.

Traces of flea bites usually have clearly visible single red spots in the center. This is explained by the fact that when a flea bites, it has to immerse almost its entire head into the skin:

At the moment of a bite, the flea literally bites into the skin, almost completely submerging its head in it.

As a rule, the traces of the attack of these insects are noticeably less than after the bites of bedbugs. "Tracks" of red dots on the body may also be present, but very short, usually not more than 2-3 points.

Another example of biting insects, which can only be tentatively called homemade, is lice. Head and pubic lice never leave the “tracks” of bites and attack only the hairy areas of the body (sometimes even the eyelashes and eyebrows), because for life and reproduction they need to attach their nits to the victim's hair:

This photo clearly shows the pubic louse and nits on the eyelashes of a person.

The same close-up photo

Another example of lice infested eyelashes.

However, speaking of these well-known insects, we must not forget about the rarer, but still common in the civilized world, wardrobe (underwear) lice. In the course of evolution, they adapted to bite a man for any part of the body and not to depend on his hair.

Linen lice can bite any part of the body, and are not tied to a person's hair.

The characteristic difference between lice bites is bluish spots on constantly attacking places and scabs from scratching. In the photo - marks from the bites of these insects:

With a large number of lice on the scalp can appear scabs.

As mentioned above, single bites of domestic insects are generally not very disturbing, however, for example, regular attacks of bed bugs can even cause nervous disorders, insomnia or anemia in children.

But most of the insect parasites are still found in the wild. In the tropics, mosquito bites can cause malaria. In the taiga and tundra, the bites of local blood-sucking insects - midges - are a real disaster, especially for unprepared "newcomers." Compared with the usual "city" mosquitoes, the attacks of these insects lead to much more serious consequences: blisters on the skin, a long and debilitating itching.

Insect bites, for example, in the taiga (midges) can lead to very serious consequences, if not initially take appropriate protective measures.

Perhaps the leading position among all the parasitic insects that inhabit our country is occupied by horseflies - large flies that live everywhere near water bodies and have very painful bites. When attacking, horsefly actually cuts off a piece of the victim’s skin, and then injects a special enzyme into the open wound that prevents blood from clotting.

In the photos you can see the bites of these insects:

Footprint from the bite of gadfly

And this is how the horsefly itself looks like in the process of saturation.


What the bites of bees, wasps, hornets, poisonous ants and other stinging insects look like

Unlike most parasites, the bites of stinging insects are very painful. And this is not surprising, because the goal of their attack is precisely to scare the enemy with great pain.

The venom of wasps, bees, some stinging ants and their relatives contain a large number of allergens that can lead to the development of extensive edema, urticaria, fever and general intoxication of the body. In some cases, such bites lead to the death of the victim, especially if insects attack the whole swarm.

Hornet sting photo:

Hornet sting

And here is a photo of a honey bee at the moment of a bite - its sting gets stuck in a person’s skin along with a part of insect entrails:

Unlike hornets and wasps, a bee leaves a sting in the victim’s skin (along with part of the internal organs) when it is bitten.

A photograph of a bullet ant - its bites are so strong that they are considered, by the degree of pain, one of the strongest among insects in general:

Ant bullet bites are among the most painful among insects.

On a note

The bites of giant Asian hornets in some countries lead to more deaths than the attacks of any wild animals (for example, Japan, where about 40 people die from the attacks of hornets each year).

If during the sting you did not have time to notice and recognize which insect has bitten you, then first aid should be given in a universal scheme in such cases with an emphasis on preventing the development of a severe allergic reaction:

  • visually assess the presence of a sting in the wound, and if it is, then remove it;
  • suck out poison from the wound (without spending more than 1 minute on it);
  • disinfect the affected area with hydrogen peroxide, iodine or brilliant green;
  • apply a cold compress to the bite site;
  • take an antihistamine (Suprastin, Diphenhydramine - but only in the absence of contraindications, a list of which can be found in the instructions for the appropriate drug).

A cold compress reduces the edema of the affected tissues and reduces the rate of insect poison absorption into the blood.


“This summer I could not stand it and called in specialists to deal with the wasp nest. For two years, these wasps were settled down behind the barn.At first they tried to get rid of themselves, smoked them, but after they bit their granddaughter, they did not save. The child was all swollen, even had to call an ambulance, everyone was scared. Two bites in the face, one on the collarbone, were afraid that the swelling of the lungs would go, the temperature rose greatly. It's good that everything was okay, but we still got rid of the wasps, at the same time they also restrained the ants. ”

Anna Valerievna, St. Petersburg


The bites of spiders, ticks, skolopendr and other "non-insects"

In the daily life of ticks, spiders and skolopendr often called insects, although those are not such creatures (insects have only 3 pairs of legs).

Often, the tick is found injured too late - when the parasite is already stuck in the skin (when attacked, they release special painkillers). The tick bite stain is usually quite large, but in some cases it may not be much different in color from the surrounding tissues. Its characteristic feature is the ring shape: the red center of the spot is often surrounded at first by a pale, and then brighter "rims".

In the photo below, these “rings” are clearly visible:

As a rule, the tick bite is surrounded by a kind of red rims.

Also, it is possible to determine whether a bite belongs to a tick by a dense and non-painful blister, which remains after the parasite is detached.In the center of this bubble there is always a trace from the hole through which the sucking took place.

In the case of a tick bite, you should immediately contact an infectious disease physician and pass the necessary tests to rule out encephalitis and borreliosis (it is advisable to bring the tick you bitten yourself with). If this is not possible, then you need to carefully monitor your condition and “listen” to the body: the slightest indisposition may indicate a developing disease.

Often, the tick may not cause significant health damage, but the bites of poisonous scolopendra are almost always very dangerous. Thus, the attack of the Crimean skolopendry, or drupes, usually ends with extensive edema, fever up to 39 ° C, hemorrhages and painful inflammation. The pain from her bite persists for several days.

Unfortunately, even this is a serious condition - not the worst thing that can happen after an attack of scolopendra: the tropical species of these arthropods can be deadly for humans.

In the photo - the Crimean skolopendra:

Crimean skolopendra

The insect bite in this case consists of two points - this is how the affected result of the scolopendra attack usually describes.Outwardly, it really looks like two characteristic points, because the arthropod pierces the skin with two jaws.

One more “not insects” that leave significant traces on the human body are leeches. Their attacks are notable for the fact that the wound that forms is bleeding for a very long time, and from this a person loses much more blood than from sucking by the leech itself.

In the photo - leech bites:

The leech stuck to the man’s toe.

This is how the leech bites on the body look.

The bites of some spiders can be quite painful. Among them there are many species, the bite of which is deadly for a person - for example, karakurt, or, otherwise, a steppe widow:

The bites of a poisonous spider karakurt are deadly to humans ...

The most pronounced are the effects of karakurt bites in May-June, when the spider season runs, and it is in large females. However, it is believed that the deadly threat of bites from these spiders is only for children and the elderly.

On a note

Ticks also belong to the class of arachnids, although their parasitic lifestyle is very different from the life style of spider predators.

Males of all types of karakurt are much smaller than females, and they rarely bite humans.

Tarantula is also a well-known poisonous spider, although in most cases it does not pose a serious danger to humans.However, its bite is very painful, and it feels like a bee sting both in its sensations and in its consequences.

Below is a photo of a tarantula bite:

Trail of a tarantula spider bite

It is interesting

The "lucky ones" who have experienced the bites of various spiders say that the more dangerous a spider is, the less painful its bite. For example, when walking through hard and prickly grass, a person may not even notice a karakurt bite, while a tarantula bite immediately causes severe pain. But in half an hour the situation is changing: the bite of a tarantula can stop hurting, and a bite of a steppe widow can cause a person to lose consciousness.

Scorpions living in our country are also dangerous to humans. Their bite is very painful, can lead to anaphylaxis and death.

In the photo - yellow scorpion, which can be found in Dagestan or the southern Volga region:

Photo of a yellow scorpion


Specificity of insect bites in children

Often children react to insect bites more acutely than adults, because their bodies are not yet “ripe”, and their immunity is not strong enough. On their skin, bite symptoms can appear more clearly, and blisters and swelling last longer.

In the photo - traces of bites in a child, left by the bedbugs living in the apartment:

The hand of the child, bitten by bedbugs

On the other hand, children are less likely to have severe allergic reactions to insect bites due to the absence of previous sensitization - a certain amount of “experience” accumulated by the body, which is necessary for a violent immune response.

Speaking about the specifics of insect bites in children, it is impossible not to say about the rules of treatment for babies: it is necessary to take into account the peculiarities of the child’s body and use only those medicines that are allowed for use in children. Unfortunately, many adults forget about this and give babies drugs that are even more aggravating and complicating the already serious consequences of meeting with insects.

It is a fact that with a very large number of blood-sicking insects - mosquitoes, bedbugs or lice - their bites can lead to anemia in children due to regular blood loss and ingestion of an anticoagulant enzyme. Therefore, if the insect bites in a child appear regularly, you need to start fighting with parasites in an apartment as soon as possible.

With a large number of lice in a child there is a risk of developing anemia due to regular blood loss.


If insects have bitten a pet

Insect bites in dogs, cats and other pets are often less noticeable than on humans, due to the thick wool or feather cover.Animals may not even express their “feelings”, and suffer in silence, but this does not mean that insect attacks on them can be completely ignored.

In dogs, tick bites, which leave large hard bumps in the ears and neck, most often attract attention. Dogs cannot become infected with encephalitis, but ticks are dangerous for them to transmit other serious diseases. For example, ticks tolerate piroplasmosis, from which an animal may die even during the first day.

Slightly less frequently, animals are attacked by stinging insects. The effects of these bites on them are generally similar to those of a person. The photo shows how a cat's paw swelled by a wasp sting:

The bite of a wasp in cats and dogs leads to swelling of the affected area - just like in humans.

Cats and dogs who regularly walk on the street are often disturbed by fleas and eaters. It is not always easy to notice the bites of these insects on the animal, so the owners usually learn about parasites by the changed behavior of pets: the constant combing of wool, anxiety, restlessness.

Photo eater:


Poultry - especially chickens - are often bitten by bed bugs who settle in outbuildings. With mass reproduction, insects can lead to loss of egg production of birds, slowing the growth of chickens and their freezing.

And the following photos show examples when birds are dominated by the so-called chicken fleas:

Massive chicken block bites can lead to the freezing of birds.

The bird in the photo shows the accumulation of a large number of chicken fleas around the eye.

A similar situation can be observed in other household animals and birds - rabbits, ducks, pigeons. The latter, by the way, are often disturbed by bird bloodsuckers, which endure some deadly diseases for these birds.

And finally, we will touch on one important topic that concerns many tourists - insect bites in Thailand, India, Vietnam and the Caribbean. These resorts are very popular among Russians, but many are frightened by the stories of the "monstrous" insects found in those places.

Indeed, on the beaches of these countries, a sandy flea can easily bite the leg, which then remains under the skin as an internal parasite and can lead to suppuration, ulceration and even gangrene.

Photo of a sandy flea under the skin and after extraction:

Sand fleas are able to penetrate the skin, leading to severe and dangerous inflammation.

This is what a sand flea female extracted from under the skin, puffed up by eggs that ripen in it.

Although the sand flea is relatively small, it can be a lot of trouble.

Tropical hornets - also fairly common local "inhabitants" - are considered one of the most dangerous insects in the world, and South American ants are the owners of the most painful bite among insects in general.

However, this does not mean that it is impossible to rest in the tropics, and that it is not worth going there. You just need to know what insects bite a person in a particular country and a particular place, and also have a specially prepared first-aid kit with you and be careful in communicating with unknown nature.

And one more thing: you shouldn't be shy to go to the hospital with insect bites - in any country this particular step often saves many lives.


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To the entry "Bites of different species of insects and their photos" 47 comments
  1. Tatyana:

    Thank you very much! It was very interesting to learn on the site about the types of bloodsucking. Very informative and colorfully described.

  2. Maria:

    I was bitten by something, during a bite I felt a sharp thermal pain, like after boiling water. Could add a photo.

  3. Erika:

    Something bit me in the house on the couch. I did not feel, after scratching my hand - a redness and a bump appeared, as if after a mosquito bite. But it then itch much, right up to the sores. Wherever I scratch, the bump immediately turns red. Some insect was found on the sofa today, I see it for the first time. What should I do, how to fight?

  4. Dana:

    Hello! Help me figure it out, I was bitten in bed. I felt an itch on my left shoulder blade, I looked, and then there are red spots from combing,and the most characteristic - 2 nipples at a distance of 3 mm. Their 3 bites. What bit me? Thank you in advance!

    • Anonymous:

      Bug. 1 time to process the apartment dichlorvos and air. The procedure will take 1 hour.

  5. Catherine:

    Hello. I was driving home from work, and I noticed a small speck on my leg (near the bone above the foot), which looked like either a bite or rubbed, did not give it any attention. As a result, at home, after 2 hours, the place ached so that it didn’t step on the leg, the skin reddened around the bite and was slightly swollen (within a radius of about 2 cm). I slept for 4 hours, and when I got up, the pain was almost gone ... But the trail of the bite and the pain, as with a bruise, still did not disappear anywhere, more than a day had passed.

    I would very much like to know what it was like ... (

  6. Lyuba:

    June 24, 2016. Hello. A similar incident happened to me yesterday: I was driving from work, and I felt that the ankle of my leg ached. Hour after 2 pain increased, leg swelled. Yes, there were 2 spots on my leg. Even just touching the foot was painful. She took a pill with Ketorol, slept the night, sweated a little in the morning, and tonight her leg swelled up again, a little hot (it was very hot yesterday). Pain only when I touch my feet. I would also like to know what it is.

  7. Anonymous:

    Hello! I have a very swollen wound from some kind of insect. Swelled well, very much. When I try to stretch my leg, it hurts terribly. Or when I try to go, even to the toilet - the horror begins! We'll have to jump on the left leg (a bite on the right). When I press lightly into place, it hurts. If I touch, everything is fine. Horizontally bite 9.5 cm, and vertically - 10.2. Parents already wanted to call an ambulance, but decided to wait 1 day. Dot about 1-2 mm. Smeared green paint, applied a cold compress - at first it does not itch, but there is pain. What to do? I can't get out of bed.

    • Anonymous:

      Judging by the size, it looks like lime. In any case, it is better to consult a doctor.

  8. Anonymous:

    Torn off the tiles in the bathroom, then we itch. What to do?

  9. Anonymous:

    Hello! 2 days ago someone bit me (on the street). I didn’t even notice, only after some time I saw a little drip of blood at the bite site. By evening it began to itch a little, a little swelling. And for some reason, itching, not only at the site of the bite, but from him by 5 cm ...

    • Anonymous:

      The bite is similar to your description, it itches at times, what to do, do not tell?

  10. Owl:

    After gatherings in nature, I found a wound on the neck, with a diameter less than a centime, a slightly reddened spot in the center of the wound. Absolutely not bothered. Friends said it was a carnivorous midge, which injects anesthetic and regales its flesh. Wow, I can't find anything in this one ... After some time, we rested again at the same river. There was the same wound on the leg. This time, not only for me, but also for one more person!

    • Vitali:

      The same story, only in a dog - the wounds are large and the blood comes from 2-3. I do not know what to do! Were at the vet, said she was allergic.

  11. Nika:

    Hello. Today I woke up at 5:40 minutes, suddenly I heard a cat crawl through a window. We live on the 1st floor, and in her mouth a dove is dead. Well, and after the dove ants: both black and orange. I, of course, was frightened and began to crush them with a box of matches. Well, in general, I then started to pull a pigeon out of my cat's mouth, threw it through the window. And when I took the cat in my arms, I felt a sharp pain in my finger (pancake). Here, I anointed with white ointment, especially since I did not understand what had happened. In general, I killed the ants, the cat was punished, now everything is fine.But I'm afraid to sleep! Tell me what to do? And what harm the orange ants ?!

  12. Farhod:

    Good day. I live in Central Asia. Recently, not far from where I live, there was such a case. The two children, who are neighbors, were bitten by some big black fly. After the bite of which the bite area began to swell rapidly. One child is in hospital for several weeks, and another, who was 2.5 years old, died. I have children and I am very worried about them. Tell me, please, what kind of fly is this and how to provide quick help if, God forbid, such a fly bit?

    • Paul:

      This is probably a bumblebee carpenter. They are just black and the bite can be fatal even for an adult (for example, in the neck). And for a child all the more.

  13. Alina:

    Yesterday I played hide and seek with my sisters, decided to hide in front of my grandfather in a shed where there was firewood. Well, I sat on the wood, sat for a minute and ran to another place. Then, after 5 minutes, this place began to scratch, I did not pay attention, I thought that the mosquito had bitten. The scab was gone, and I scored on it. At night, when I was about to swim, I found that there was a spot on my thigh that looked like mantle, or a mosquito bite, but it didn’t itch only when I touched that hard.Anointed with alcohol, green. The next morning it is the same elastic, except that blood is seeping from two holes, I am terrified, I do not know what to think. I read in the internet that this gadfly laid down the larvae, but how? I was in shorts and already on the bum pope. And at the same time, when someone bit me, I did not feel anything. Tell me what it is!

  14. Kseniya:

    Hello! On the child's hand, they found bites, 4 pieces, in different places. Then on the leg a couple of pieces. Tonight there were 4 bites on the head of a child in different places, and I have one bite on my arm. Could it be mosquitoes? As the first bites appeared, I discovered and killed 2 mosquitoes, but I did not see them afterwards, but there are bites. They are smooth, itching is not strong, sometimes only. What could it be?

  15. Victoria:

    I was bitten by something, after that red dots appeared on my leg ... I thought it was some kind of allergy, I drank allergy pills. The next day I look, and these points are still standing. I thought, okay, it happens, it will pass. By evening, I had chills, sore throat, fever. But I did not drink anything cold: how can a sore throat appear by itself? The leg began to itch, I look - and the bite became purple. And I guessed that it was all because of the bite.

    Tell me, what insect bit me and how can I get rid of? Please, help!

  16. Safiye:

    Hello, I was bitten by someone too. And this bite is like a circle and it itches terribly.

  17. Valeria:

    I had a little bump on the clavicle. It was 4 days ago, but then everything ached when I touched this bump. And then another one appeared, and in the same place. Then, 4 days ago, I was in a forest where the pump house was, but I was dressed so that no one would bite. The whole body was closed. Now there is a suspicion that it is a tick, and I have encephalitis ...

  18. Sasha:

    Who to contact? Someone has bitten, gnawed, redness is strong, as if burned in the sun!

  19. Anastasia:

    Lord, people, what age are you in? "Someone bit me, I anointed some white ointment, the child died of something in the hospital." There are doctors, go to the doctors, ask them questions, describe their symptoms, show your bites, take tests. Why do you think that the Internet will help you, without having enough information, why do not you think that you can only harm yourself? Why doesn’t anyone crying and scared really care about themselves and their health?

  20. Katerina:

    While sitting at work, began to scratch her leg. At first I thought about mosquitoes, but there were six bites at once in different places (and the end of September already). Yesterday I saw even more bites. They can not be noticed at all until it is scratched (then they become similar to the camarín ones). Previously, this has never happened. Please help me understand who bit me and continues to bite and how to deal with them ?!

  21. Kira:

    What are dangerous flycatchers?

  22. Natasha:

    I was bitten while I was sleeping. I woke up - all itchy, red with water bumps.

  23. Sezim:

    Hello, someone bit me at night. In the morning these bites were very itchy, small bumps appeared. I look, and on the hand there are 5-6 bites, they are very red and somewhere around 4-5 mm. Tell me, what could it be?

  24. Nata:

    About 3 days ago I woke up with the bites of some kind of insect. There were bites on the shoulder blades, neck, soft thighs. Itching was terrible, there were red spots the size of 50 kopecks, and inside there were several hillocks from which pus oozed. Scorched to madness, treated with alcohol, green paint. In general, even the doctor's advice was empty.I tried in miserable volumes to dissolve the pill of Miramistin to a slurry and applied with a thick layer. It helped me - itching stopped after 15 minutes, the redness passed. Maybe someone will help.

  25. Vlad:

    I ran across the grass and someone bit me.

  26. Victoria:

    Hello, I was bitten on the couch. On the right shoulder blade 6 bites of red color appeared. Itchy. Tell me, who bit me?

  27. Kristina:

    Four days ago, my mother discovered a strange bite. At the bottom of the hole, and the top two black points on the sides. Processed, I began to squeeze out, something black came out of it. Every day we process chlorhexidine and alcohol, and glue with adhesive tape on top. With pressure comes pus. What it is???

  28. Ulyana:

    A couple of days ago began to itch. When I am at work or on the street - everything is in order ... And when I come home, I start to scratch myself sharply, but at the same time there are no bites and I did not find anyone in the apartment. In the family, no one but me feels anything.

    Yesterday, by chance the lip was swollen, a small tumor appeared in the middle of the palm. Who could it be?

    Although no, there were bites, similar to mosquito bites, straight one to one. But these are definitely not mosquitoes.

  29. Anonymous:

    Walking with friends in nature. Something bit us. The bite looks like 2 mosquito bites, the distance between which is 1 cm. During the bite it hurt. After a day does not pass. What to do and what bit us?

  30. Yana:

    Hello! Two weeks ago, I was bitten by some kind of insect, the pain was severe when I was bitten. The bite strongly swelling, after which almost immediately the swelling subsided. But after two weeks, the same bite of edema again, at first, just the red spot was 15 centimeters in diameter, after it began to turn blue ((What could it be?

  31. And bath:

    In the summer, some insect bit me, the pain was like a slight burn, then the skin turned into a taut shell. Six months later, blisters began. What is it?

  32. Oksana:

    They bite me, but I can not find anyone at home - neither the bugs nor the fleas. The bite site hurts, itchy and big bump. And the bite is hot. Help me please.

  33. Clara:

    Today it happened that some insect went under my clothes.To extract it at that time could not, it was not possible. I tried, but could not. When I came home, I found heaps of strange bites, I could not examine the pest, since it was no longer there. The bites resembled something like a human bite, but with no teeth marks, they were noticeably swollen. Sometimes it hurts. No idea who bit this ...

  34. Inna:

    This is terrible, someone bit in bed early in the morning. Spot 1-2 centimeters, red, and even a tumor. Itchy, and when you scratch hurts. Looked at the bed and bed. On the floor next to the bed was something like a spider or tick. 1 cm thick, with front paws (4 pieces), gray, all dusty. Awful creature. When crushed, a lot of phlegm came out ...

  35. Albina:

    The baby was bitten by some kind of insect. He did not see who bit him. Left a red spot. Help me please.

  36. Valentine:

    I have bites on the elbows, the skin has become like sandpaper and itches very much.

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