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Question
Posted by: Donald | 2018/06/10

Swollen face

Stung by bee on cheek

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- 2018/06/22

Bee stings very often will cause localised swelling at the site of the sting. This isn't an allergy but irritation from the sting venom. An allergy would present with more generalised spreading rashes, shortness of breath and faintness.

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