During the summer...but you don't want uninvited guest to ruin your time.
Klbk's brittany escobar has more on what to do if your child gets bit and how to prevent it from happening in tonight's covenant children's report.
A1"lots of different bug bites, bites that a lot of times you dont witness and so you want to get it checked out" from ticks and spiders to even snake bites covenant's annabelle jordan says during the summer they see it all.
When it comes to spider bites she says its best to see if you can identify it.
A2 "if its a poisonous spider specifically brown ricluse, black widow you want to get seen right away.
She says before you get to the hospital you can wash the bite area with soap and water, apply an antibiotic ointment and a cool compress.
As for snake bites she says get to the e-r as quick as possible.
A3 "on the way to the hospital say it was an arm that got bit keep it as still as possible you dont want to elevate it or be moving a lot because that can cause the venom to spread through the circulation ticks bites are also common during the summer.
Jordan says the longer a tick stays on you, the more risk you have of it passing on a disease.
A4 the best way to remove it is you can just take tweezers grasp around the head put a steady pressure pulling up that way it will release its grip.
If you're out camping or hiking she says its a good idea to do a quick tick check every four hours.
A5 one good things is you can wear long protective clothing long pants long sleeves you can apply the bug spray bug repellant to the clothing brittany escobar jon it's always a good rule of thumb to check things out....jordan says snakes and spiders tend to like dark places.
J,t,p jon an exciting day for a former lubbock