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I felt like something was stinging me. When I took off my

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I felt like something was stinging me. When I took off my pants legs and torso was red. I tried to go to another room and next thing I fell on my back. I did feel a little nauseous. Symptoms gone except for feeling a little weak.
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 6 months ago.

Hi

You probably did get stung

You had an allergic reaction to this.

You should have gone to the ER.

It sounds like you are on the mend.

Follow up with your doctor.

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