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How to treat a mosquito bites and insect home remedies

Learn how to treat mosquito bites or treat a mosquito bite with insect bites home remedies to treat at home!


In this video, we explore mosquito bites, insect bites, and stings and share some home remedies, tips, and tricks that can help alleviate the discomfort and itchiness associated with them. Mosquito bites and insect stings happen when the skin is penetrated by the insect's mouthparts or stinger, triggering an immune response. I share some scientifically-backed tips that can help reduce inflammation and itching and promote healing, and I hope they help you feel better soon!

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Dial 999 or 911 for an ambulance immediately if you or someone else has symptoms of a severe reaction, such as:

• Wheezing or difficulty breathing

• A swollen face, mouth or throat

• Nausea or vomiting

• A fast heart rate

• Dizziness or feeling faint

• Difficulty swallowing

• Loss of consciousness

Emergency treatment in hospital is needed in these cases.

For more information about anaphylaxis and what to do please visit:


Contact your doctor, pharmacist or call NHS 111 for advice if,

• You're worried about a bite or sting.

• Your symptoms don't start to improve within a few days or are getting worse.

• You've been stung or bitten in your mouth or throat, or near your eyes

a large area (around 10cm or more) around the bite becomes red and swollen.

• You have symptoms of a wound infection, such as pus or increasing pain, swelling or redness.

• You have symptoms of a more widespread infection, such as a fever, swollen glands and other flu-like symptoms.

There is one serious red flag I must tell you about. If you experience any flu-like symptoms, such as a fever or aches and pains, within 12 months of visiting a high-risk area for malaria or yellow fever you must talk to your doctor for further advice.

Mosquitoes can carry other diseases too like Dengue fever, Japanese encephalitis, Zika virus and Chikungunya. You should always mention if you have been travelling abroad when describing your symptoms to your doctor so they can do their best to help you.


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About this video: Searching how to treat mosquito bites? In this video, Advanced Medical Practitioner Abraham Khodadi, MPharm(Hons)IPresc MScACP shares how to treat a mosquito bite with insect bites home remedies to treat at home!

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