A bee sting allergic reaction is the most common allergy to bee venom.
It’s usually caused by a combination of factors, including exposure to bee stings or honey.
Here’s what you need to know about bee stinging allergies.
What is a bee sting reaction?
A bee stinger allergy can be triggered by exposure to a bee sting or honeycomb.
The bee stingers are a mixture of proteins, such as the proteins bee sting and honeycomb proteins.
The allergic reaction causes swelling, numbness and weakness.
Symptoms usually develop within a few hours after exposure to the stings.
What causes bee sting reactions?
It’s a complex situation, but it’s probably not the only cause of bee sting exposure.
Another reason is the way that bees produce their sting proteins.
Bee stings may be released when a hive is disturbed, but the sting proteins are produced in a separate part of the hive.
This allows the sting to be released as a continuous, highly mobile toxin.
Symptoms may be mild or severe, depending on the severity of the allergic reaction.
For instance, symptoms can be mild to severe depending on whether you have a severe allergy to stinging insects or not.
Symptoms can include: an increase in blood pressure or heart rate