Fire Ant Bites


Fire ants are a variety of stinging ants with over 280 species worldwide. They have several common names including Ginger Ants and Tropical Fire Ants. Fire ants can be distinguished from other ants by their copper brown head and body with a darker abdomen. The worker ants are blackish to reddish. These different sizes of the ants can all exist in the same nest.

Symptoms of Fire Ant Bites:

The venom of a fire ant sting causes stinging and swells into a bump. This can cause much pain and irritation at times, especially when stung repeatedly by several at once. The bump often forms into a white pustule, which is at risk of becoming infected if scratched; however, if left alone, it will usually go down within a few days. The pustules are unattractive and uncomfortable while active and, if the sting sites become infected, can turn into scars. Additionally, some people are allergic to the venom and, as with many allergies, may experience anaphylaxis, which requires emergency treatment.

Treatment with Shuttle Lotion:

First aid for fire ant bites includes external treatments and oral medicines:
  • External Treatments: Use Shuttle Lotion Cream for a quick and simple relief for the itching, pain and discomfort caused by fire ant bites.
  • Oral Medicine: In extreme and severe cases, antihistamines should also be used to aid the healing of fire ant bites.


Patients who experience severe allergic reactions to fire ant insect stings should visit a doctor or hospital immediately upon contact as these reactions can result in death. These more severe reactions include severe chest pain, nausea, severe sweating, loss of breath, serious swelling, or slurred speech.

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