Nobody likes getting stung by a bee. These flying insects generally like to keep to themselves, and it can be quite fascinating to watch them going about their business pollinating flowers, contributing to the natural order of things in their particular way. But bees have a formidable way of defending themselves if they feel threatened, and when humans and bees come into close contact with one another, it’s more than likely that either bee or human is going to be harmed. That is why it is so essential for residents to call for bee removal Los Angeles if you find that a hive has been established on your property. If you have elderly residents or children who are in danger of coming into contact with the bees, it becomes even more important to contact us.
If You’re Stung By A Bee
The typical person is not allergic to bee stings, but they’re still an unpleasant experience. A bee will often sting if it feels threatened, so if you see a multitude of bees in or around your home, keep a safe distance, and contact the professionals without delay. Bee stings can cause a slight swelling or redness around the area, a white spot where the stinger penetrated the skin, and itching or pain at the site. If you’ve been stung by a bee, chances are, you won’t need to go to a hospital or call 911. Swelling, itching, or such minor symptoms should be monitored, but usually, they will go away on their own in a short amount of time. It sometimes helps to hold a washcloth soaked in warm water over the site.
If you’re having more severe symptoms, like shortness of breath or trouble swallowing, contact emergency medical personnel without delay. If you’ve been stung several times, there is more likelihood of this happening. It helps to know if you have an allergy to bee stings, but sometimes you have no way of knowing unless you were stung as a child. If you call 911, they’re going to ask you how long ago the bee stung you, and on what part of the body. They’ll also want to know about your age, weight, and symptoms. It is preferable to have someone with you to answer these questions for the dispatcher, but if you’re alone, do the best you can. The important thing is that you summon help as soon as possible.
There is no reason to have an overt fear of bees or to look at them as our enemies. They are unassuming creatures that generally keep to themselves. But if bees have taken over your home, it is unacceptable, and you need to take action. The most appropriate response is to call the Bee Man. We’ll relocate the bees before anyone gets hurt. Remember, the best way to avoid an unfortunate occurrence is to call us as soon as you realize you have an infestation.