According to an Instagram Health Page, Healmedoc, this woman pictured above was bitten by a poisonous spider.
Read what they wrote and the see the extremely graphic photos below.
‘Unbelievable case of a woman being bit in her tongue by a SPIDER!! ?.Depending on the type of spider that bites you, spider bite symptoms can range from very mild to outright poisonous.
A lot of times, it’s hard to know what type of spider bit you because you may not notice the bite until hours after it actually happened.Identifying a spider bite is easiest if you saw the spider that bit you.
Look for things like swelling, a red welt, skin damage, and any troubling symptoms that accompany the bite. Other symptoms include itching or rash, muscle pain or cramping, blister that’s red or purple in color, sweating, difficulty breathing, swollen lymph glands, high blood pressure.In some cases, you can treat spider bites at home. For nonvenomous spider bites, follow these steps: apply an ice pack on and off for 10 minutes at a time, elevate the area to reduce swelling, take an antihistamine to help with itching, clean the area to prevent infection.’ . ‘Always seek medical attention if you suspect you’ve been bitten by one of the following species: brown recluse, black widow, hobo spider, tarantula, or a Brazilian wandering spider.’