Question: Should I be worried about a centipede bite?

You may also want to have small children with centipede bites looked at by a doctor. And if you have any of these symptoms, you should seek out a doctors care immediately: A fever of 100.4℉ or higher. Signs of infection, such as red streaks, warmth to the touch, bleeding, or discharge that smells bad.

Is the bite of centipede dangerous?

The venom administered through a centipede bite is typically harmless, not life threatening to humans and symptoms are fleeting, lasting only a few hours. However, the larger the specimen, the greater the pain will be. Small children and individuals with known insect allergies may experience more severe reactions.

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