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Originally posted by robomont
i needed some good karma so i figured this might help.i bought an old trailor house that was a wreck and moved in.what i didnt know was that it wuz full of brown recluses.then one day i got bit.this is how i treated it and have used this technigue on my wife and daughter.we have used the doctors method too but this is less painful and leaves a smaller scar.first browns are not always brown.when they are young they look almost glass like.their webs are very light and wispy.they can be found in the ceiling corners.behind books,under couches.when i get bit,an itchy red spot will appear,craving to be scratched.try not to.in a few days it will swell and form a scab.wait until the scab comes off on its own.at this point pus will ooze from it.now is the time to treat it.squeeze the pus out.it will be painful .then take a tube of neosporin,jam it in the hole and fill it completely full.then slap a bandaid on it.i have used this technigue around ten times and it has worked everytime.we once went to doctor.he lanced one on my daughter before the scab came off and it made a scar.i hope this can help the members.
Good Karma you say? This is about one of the most irresponsible threads I have seen on ATS for a while. Why? Where did you say you got a medical degree from? How could you do this type of experimenting on your own family? Honest to God, the sad thing is some person is probably going to try this and lose a limb or their life! DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS PERSON, PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!
Even to this day if you look close enough to her leg you still see a discoloration of the bite site and is been 11 years already. She is very careful now when it comes to spiders.
Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by qonone
Do yourself a favor, instead of his treatment, use charcoal salve.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by Aliensun
The advice in the OP is exactly the same advice given in the emergency room, unless the bite becomes infected or the individual has a reaction to it. So why should the thread be pulled?