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    My ds#1 reacts to mozzies bites like that, we were at the park by a swamo type man made lake the other day, myself and ds#2 came home with nit a bite, i really mean it, not an itchy spot or lump or anything... Ds#1 however had 17 giants welts like that! WTH!! Poor guy.

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    Thats how my dd1 mozzy bites look. I actually put areoguard on hers n they disappeared really quickly. I also use bepanthen cream ive founs helps to.

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    I used to get that reaction, now it's worse, the whole area swells up!
    If I get bitten to close to a joint like a knee or elbow, then it swells and hurts badly for a few days so I to have to take antihistamines before I go outside in the summer and when I get bitten I have to put a cream on the bites.

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    DS2 is the same, if he's bitten on the foot, it swells and is twice the size! Hot to touch as well. I hate mozzies!! We usually put bactroban on his bites as it helps it heal quicker and gets rid of the itch, he scratches them and makes them worse and bigger!!


 

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