Severe reaction to mosquito bitesI have always suffered badly from bites (mainly mosquitos). The area becomes increadibly inflammed and swollen and then blisters. Recently I was bitten on my arms and hands. These reacted badly, swelled up and then started blistering and weeping.
The bites then became infected with the discharge becoming more creamy than clear and it has taken weeks for me to get on top of them. I have one left on my elbow but struggling to stop it re-infecting. As a result (I beleive, have also a swollen gland in my neck, right side below jaw). Any suggestions?
puttster on 2005-09-27
sajjadakram635 last decade
Lycopodium is probably the best bet.
Take Lyc 30c once a day for 7 days and then STOP.
Wait further 3 weeks to judge result.
If there is still a problem take Silica 30c [ or Silicea- as this site spells it] for a further 7 days.
walkin last decade
Ledum does help mosquito bites, but if it is infected now, and has pus, then you need Hepar sulph or Silica, depending on your complaints.
Is the pustule open? What colour is the pus? Is it offensive? Do you have pain? If yes, please describe it.
Swollen glands prove that there is secondary infection, and your body's immune system is trying to fight it.
Silica 30C, 3-4 pills on clean tongue, 2 times a day for 3 days should help you.
magicure last decade
Bites very sore and swollen. Secondary infection must be present as a new (unrelated) cut has now become infected. Will try Silica 30c. Hadn't heard about taking more than one at a time.
puttster last decade
Wash infected cuts with fresh broccoli juice (just grate some stems).
Astra2012 last decade
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