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Treatment for Bites, Burns & Stings in Katy & Fulshear, TX

Insect bites, burns and stings that lead to an allergic reaction or dangerous illness aren’t something to mess around with. For any bite that you don’t feel comfortable treating at home but isn’t an allergic reaction, urgent care is the perfect solution. Our team of knowledgeable medical professionals can evaluate the bite and provide prescriptions for pain and itch relief, decreasing swelling, and preventing complications.

If you have experienced a mild or severe burn, bite or sting, stop by one of our Preferred Urgent Care facilities to have our medical team evaluate and treat it. 

Insects That May Cause Allergic Reaction:

  • Spiders
  • Biting flies
  • Mosquitos
  • Bedbugs
  • Yellowjackets
  • Bees
  • Paper wasps
  • Hornets
  • Fire ants

Symptoms of Mild Bites or Stings

  • Minor swelling
  • Soreness or pain
  • Redness with itching or burning

Symptoms of Severe Bites or Stings

  • Trouble breathing or swallowing
  • Swelling of the lips, tongue and throat
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Reddish rash or hives
  • Dizziness or loss of consciousness
  • Blisters
  • Muscle spasms
  • Increased or irregular heartbeat

When Should I Go to Urgent Care for Treatment?

Mild and severe bites, burns, and stings should always receive immediate medical attention. Preferred Urgent Care conveniently has two locations which are open seven days a week. In the meantime, refrain from scratching which can lead to infection. To reduce pain and swelling, apply a cold pack or cloth filled with ice. Because individuals react differently to insect bites when they are allergic, it is important to keep an eye on your symptoms and contact a medical professional sooner rather than later. 

When to go to urgent care for insect bite treatment

Visit urgent care for insect bite treatment if you experience severe allergic reactions, difficulty breathing, swelling around the face or throat, or signs of infection like increasing redness, warmth, or discharge. Urgent care is appropriate for urgent but non-life-threatening situations, offering prompt medical attention for insect bites that require immediate care.

When to go to urgent care for burn treatment

Seek urgent care for burn treatment if you have second-degree burns covering a significant area, burns on the face, hands, feet, genitals, or major joints, or if the burn results from chemicals or electricity. Urgent care provides timely and appropriate care for burns that require medical attention but are not life-threatening emergencies.

Walk-ins are always welcome at Preferred Urgent Care, but if you'd like to schedule an appointment you can call us at (281) 984-6735

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    Dr. Ebunlomo has been the Chief Executive Officer of Preferred Urgent Care since January 2016. She has drawn on her knowledge spanning over 17 years of professional experience across public health and ...
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