Treat deer fly bites by cleaning the affected area with soap and water, according to Real Simple. For pain, apply ice to the area in 15-minute intervals throughout the day. If needed, an over-the-counter bug-bite remedy ... More »

Purdue University states that black fly bites can leave different types of marks, from a small puncture located at the bite site to a large swelling the size of a golf ball. Reactions to black fly bites include headache,... More »

According to Real Simple, fly bites, including deer and horsefly bites, can be treated by washing the bite with soap and water and applying an ice compress to the bite for 15 minutes several times a day. Deer and horsefl... More »

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To treat fire ant bites, clean the area with soap and water, use topical steroid creams and cover the bite with a bandage, instructs HealthLine. Avoid scratching the bite, as this may cause infection and prolong healing. More »

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Treatment for routine bed bug bites includes washing the bites with soap and water to prevent infections and applying either over-the-counter or prescription corticosteroid creams to bites that itch, according to the Ame... More »

Typical treatment for fire ant bites includes washing the area around the bite with soap and warm water before bandaging. Ice packs can alleviate pain, and topical ointments, such as over-the-counter steroid creams, redu... More »

Treatment of ant bites involves washing the affected area with soap and water, icing the area and seeking professional medical help for an individual who has an allergic reaction to the venom of the ant. Most cases of an... More »

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