Mosquito bite 1
Mosquiteo bites are a very itchy and often look like round, red, or pink skin bumps. Though mostly harmless 1% of mosquitos carry the West Wile virus. Symptoms of the virus include, headaches and body aches, fever, and/ or swollen glands and a skin rash, and commonly appear between 5-15 days after the bite.
Bed bugs 2
Spider bite 3
You can exhale, chicas. Most spider bites aren’t poisonous. However, they are pretty gnarly looking. Symptoms include swelling, red skin, and pain at the bite site. There are people out there, however, who develop allergic reactions to spider bites, with symptoms such as tightness in the chest, breathing problems and difficulty swallowing. If you experience any of these symptoms, go see your doctor IMMEDIATELY!
Tick bites 5
Not all tick bites are the same. Black-legged ticks aka deer ticks may carry Lyme disease, which may cause a skin rash in the pattern of rings, and can appear up to a month after the bite occurred. Symptoms include fever, fatigue, headaches, and muscle and joint aches. Meanwhile, dog ticks may carry Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Symptoms of these bites include fever, fatigue, headaches, and a skin rash that begins on the ankles and wrists, and spreads to the rest of the body within a few days.
Bee sting 6
Initially, a bee sting can feel a lot like a shot from your doctor. However, the sharp pain will soon fade to a dull, aching feeling. As for how it looks: expect to see a red skin bump with white around it at the site of the sting. Some people are deathly allergic to bee stings, and may experience extreme swelling at the sting site or throughout the entire area of the body. These people should seek medical help ASAP.
Fire ant bites 7
Fire ant bites can be quite painful. The affected area generally swells into a red skin bump that may produce sharp pain or burning sensation and result in a white, fluid-filled blister a day or so after the bite occurs. The pain and bump may last anywhere between three to eight days. You may also experience itchiness and swelling at the bite site.