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Colin

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I once got bitten by an officinalis and although it nipped there was no lingering pain
 


daddysquoc

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i read somewhwere that some people are allergic to ceph bites the same way theyre allergic to bee stings....dont know how you would test for that though, i'm sure most doctors arent too learned in ceph venom
 


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daddysquoc;114927 said:
i read somewhwere that some people are allergic to ceph bites the same way theyre allergic to bee stings....dont know how you would test for that though, i'm sure most doctors arent too learned in ceph venom

People that are allergic to ceph venom are most likely allergic to the iodine in it.
 

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