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Many types of jellyfish can sting humans, and different species of jellyfish have different toxins in their stingers. Many, if not most, toxins are mild, while others are extremely p…   Read More

 
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Is a jellyfish sting serious?

Jellyfish tentacles can cause a sting when they come into direct contact with your skin. Jellyfish stings have different levels of severity depending on the type of jellyfish and an individual's sensitivity. The pain can be mild to severe and some stings can be fatal in some cases. The most common symptoms of a jellyfish sting are inflammation, pain and itching. More severe symptoms may include weakness, headaches, nausea, muscles spasms, rapid pulse and more. Home remedies may be used to relieve minor topical pain but a doctor should be consulted immediately for more severe symptoms.

 

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