To treat a wasp sting at home, remove the stinger, control swelling by icing the area, treat symptoms of pain and itchiness, and keep the area clean to prevent infection, states WebMD. Dial 911, or seek emergency treatme... More »

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Removing the stinger, applying ice, and using antihistamines and pain medications are treatments for a wasp sting on any part of the body, as stated by WebMD. Washing the site of the sting and getting a tetanus booster a... More »

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Wasp stings can be treated by cleaning with soap and water and placing a cool wash cloth on the wound to prevent swelling, notes WebMD. If widespread redness, itching, pain or swelling develops on the body after the stin... More »

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A good way to ease the pain of a wasp sting is to apply ice or a cold pack to the area, according to Healthline. Over-the-counter pain medicine, such as ibuprofen, can also be used to ease the pain. More »

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The pain caused by a wasp sting can be relieved with over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen, according to WebMD. An antihistamine product taken by mouth or calamine lotion applied topically t... More »

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Removing the stinger, applying ice, and using antihistamines and pain medications are treatments for a wasp sting on any part of the body, as stated by WebMD. Washing the site of the sting and getting a tetanus booster a... More »

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The best first aid for a bee sting, according to WebMD, includes removing the stinger, washing the area with soap and water, applying a cold compress to ease swelling and administering ibuprofen or acetaminophen for pain... More »

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