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What Kind Of Bite Causes Bruising?

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Samantha Mitchell Profile
There are many different kinds of bites from a number of different creatures and animals that will cause bruising. It’s not uncommon for bruising to occur from small bites from creatures like mosquitoes, whilst you can also expect large bruising from more serious bites like Black Widow spiders. Flying and non flying insects can bite and cause bruising, and despite bruising with some creatures, you can never assume that the worst is occurring. In fact, the bruise is the natural reaction of the body, and you can remain assured that your body will do everything possible in nature to ensure that the bite does not kill you.

So I Should Just Leave It Alone Then?


Of course with some animals, you can expect to need treatment. Some spiders and creatures will have poisonous venom that can actually be fatal to humans. If you are ever bitten by a spider it is advised that you head straight to the hospital. The hospital will have a team of staff on hand to make sure that you’re able to get the treatment you need and the medication that comes hand in hand with it.

What Else Can I Do?

You can also do a number of things to help reduce pain, swelling and bruising when you have been bitten by some kind of creature. The first thing you can do is use hot towels to compress on the wounded area, which should help reduce pain. This can be done as a wrap around the wounded area too, if you are bitten on your hand for instance.

When Should I Do This?

You should do this when you’re on the way to the hospital. Whilst you can do things to reduce pain, you should not delay going to the hospital. The hospital has the best equipment at hand to help you and the best team of staff to deal with the issue and ensure that you remain safe and healthy at all times.
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
There are many different types of bites that will cause bruising it isn't uncommon for a mosquito bite to bruise, along with other flying and non flying insects. If the bruising changes, and maybe starts to look infected, I would go and see a doctor about it. Just to be on the safe side. Hope this helps you out at least a little.

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