what are the symptoms of a killer bee sting?

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Question by Summer: what are the symptoms of a killer bee sting?

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3 Responses to what are the symptoms of a killer bee sting?

  1. well..
    you die.
    In a few hours or so.
    depends on how many of em you get..
    if you only got one, youd be dead ina day or 2.

    March 22, 2014 at 8:14 pm

  2. if its a local reaction:Immediate pain, redness, swelling, and itching at the sting site may occur.

    A large (greater than four inches across) local reaction may develop over the next 12-36 hours.

    A bacterial skin infection, although uncommon, may also begin during the first 12-36 hours (or even after the first few days).

    These may cause an enlarging area of redness at the sting site. It may be difficult to tell a local skin reaction and a local bacterial skin infection apart.

    Hives (raised itchy bumps on the skin) and itching all over the body

    Swelling of the mouth or throat or both


    Shortness of breath or other difficulty breathing




    Chest pain

    Low blood pressure (weakness or fainting)

    In severe cases, marked difficulty breathing, unconsciousness, and even death may occur.

    March 22, 2014 at 9:12 pm

  3. hi there i don’t know what the symptoms are but here is some sources were you can go and have a look

    March 22, 2014 at 9:12 pm

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