Are Yellow Jacket Stings Dangerous For Babies?


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martha Profile
martha answered
Unfortunately you won't know if your child is allergic until after a sting occurs.  If it has been awhile and there is no problems, chances are all is ok.  but it never hurts to check with the pediatrician,
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Generally if the child is allergic, the sting would have affected the child immediately.  I was stung by a bee in my hand and my whole arm swelled up as soon as it happened.   I went to my doctor for treatment. 
If the stinger was left in the skin, take the child to the doctor.  Be careful about removing the stinger yourself.  Don't hesitate to talk to the doctor or nurse.
Google has information about yellow jacket bee stings and removal of stingers.
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Daisy Ellis answered

Yellow jackets are described as bee-similar creatures that are actually wasps with yellow and black stripes on the body.

They are a phobia not only for babies but also for adults.

However, if the condition on your babies is still mild, you can easily treat it at home by using some natural, inexpensive but effective ingredients.

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