Those are all the signs of anaphylaxis, which is a severe allergic reaction, but my child had an anaphylaxis episode, plus it was triggered by the bee sting
A few years ago, my child was playing in the yard, when all of a sudden, I heard him scream out! At first, I thought he fell off his swing or got stuck in his trampoline again, i ran out to see what was happening plus he told me he got stung by a bee, and by the time I got to him, he was crying, so I did my best to comfort him at that moment. After he calmed down, I took him inside to take care of the sting. I removed the stinger that was still stuck in his hand plus then I washed the section plus immediately applied an ice pack to stop the swelling. Well, to my surprise, after a few hours, my child began to chop out in hives in random sites on his body. I observed that he was also pale, plus he became severely lethargic. I immediately knew that he was having an allergic reaction, so I rushed him to the emergency room, and this was the first time that he was stung by a bee, plus I was not prepared with any kind of allergic relief for him. Typically, with severe bee dust sensitivities, an EpiPen is used to stop the reaction before it gets worse. If you’re ever stung by a bee plus you notice that your skin is itchy, you develop hives, you get dizzy, or have difficulty breathing, seek help immediately. Those are all the signs of anaphylaxis, which is a severe allergic reaction, but my child had an anaphylaxis episode, plus it was triggered by the bee sting. Thankfully, he was nice in a couple of hours plus now, I consistently have an EpiPen available just in case he ever gets stung by a bee again.