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How to Tell If You Have a Brown Recluse Spider Bite—And How to Treat It



How to Tell If You Have a Brown Recluse Spider Bite—And How to Treat It

Medically reviewed by Michael Menna, DO

Brown recluse spiders are one of the only spiders that are able to bite humans. And though you may not immediately feel the a bite from a brown recluse, it often progresses to an extremely painful bite that gets progressively worse and more painful as the venom enters your system and your tissues.

In fact, the bite will eventually develop into an ulcer that is black with a crust. In some cases, it can even lead to a serious infection.

Here is what you need to know about brown recluse bites, their symptoms, and the treatment options.

What is a Brown Recluse Spider?

The brown recluse spider, or Loxosceles reclusa, is a dark brown spider with a violin shape on its back. This spider—sometimes called the fiddleback spider or violin spider—is found predominantly in the Midwest and Southeast United States.

Known for its reclusive or secretive behaviors, this spider is about 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch long, with female spiders being larger than males. And while most spiders have eight eyes, the brown recluse only has six eyes that appear in three pairs in a semicircle pattern.

The brown recluse, which is a venomous spider, prefers to live in warm, dry, and dark environments such as inside of shoes in a closet, behind woodpiles, in boxes in attics, or between folded garments in a basement.

While this spider is one of only a few spiders that can bite humans, it usually does so when it feels trapped, such as when a hand reaches into a box or a foot slides into a shoe. It’s also a long-living spider and has an average lifespan of about two to four years.

What Happens if a Brown Recluse Spider Bites You?

While you may not feel the bite from a brown recluse spider when it first occurs, it can sometimes produce a tingling sensation followed by intense pain. Other times, this reaction is delayed for six to eight hours. As the spider’s venom penetrates your skin and tissues, it causes injury and death (necrosis) to your surrounding tissues.

When you are first bitten, the location of the bite may appear look like any other insect bite, appearing red and inflamed. It also can be a little itchy. As days pass, though, more severe symptoms may develop as the venom spreads and destroys the surrounding tissues. The wound, which can start to look like a blister, may get larger and more painful.

Eventually, an ulcer may develop that is black with a crust. That crust will fall off in about 10 to 14 days. If the venom penetrates deeper into your tissues, it also can affect your fat and muscles, progressing to an infection and slowing the healing process. Though rare, the infection also can spread to the rest of your body and possibly become life-threatening. Once healed, though, the bite leaves a crater-like scar, even after it has healed completely.

It is challenging for healthcare professionals to diagnose a brown recluse bite unless you felt the bite and identified the spider from the start. There are a number of conditions that have the same symptoms of a brown recluse bite like a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection. Other insect bites and some medical conditions that impact blood circulation also can have the same symptoms.

What to Do if a Brown Recluse Spider Bites You

If you are bitten by a brown recluse spider, you should wash the area with soap and water and contact Poison Control (1-800-222-1222). You also can try using an ice pack to lessen the inflammation. Keeping the area cool helps reduce tissue damage. It also may reduce any burning sensation and pain you are experiencing. Applying an antibiotic ointment can help prevent infection.

You also should:

  • Elevate the area where you were bitten above your heart.

  • Refrain from touching or scratching the bite.

  • Apply a fresh bandage to the bite area.

  • Consider taking an antihistamine to relieve itching.

  • Use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAIDs) drugs to manage pain.

  • See a healthcare provider for further evaluation.

If you can find the spider—even if it is crushed—you should put it in a container and take it with you for evaluation. Knowing whether or not you were bitten by a brown recluse will help the healthcare provider know how to treat you.

Related: 10 Types of Bug Bites and How To Treat Them

When to Contact a Healthcare Provider

A brown recluse spider bite is extremely toxic and needs treatment that will accelerate recovery and minimize tissue loss. If you suspect that you have been bitten by a brown recluse, you should wash area with soap and water and call Poison Control at 1-800-222-1222. Because the brown recluse’s venom is a poison, these specialists can advise you on what to do as well as communicate with the emergency room staff if you are directed there.

If you are unclear what type of insect bite you have, you should still be evaluated by a healthcare provider. Get medical care right away or go to the emergency room if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • Experience signs of an allergic reaction like difficulty breathing, throat closing, swelling

  • Develop any kind of rash after a bite

  • Have increasing redness, pain, swelling, warmth, pus, or other signs of infection

  • Experience a racing heartbeat that lasts longer than a few minutes

  • Feel nauseous or vomit

  • Have a fever or experience chills

  • Get a headache

  • Experience chest pain

How Are Brown Recluse Spider Bites Diagnosed?

It is very hard for a healthcare provider to diagnose a brown recluse bite. Not only do the symptoms appear similar to a number of other conditions, but it can hard to determine what type of insect caused your reaction—especially since there are no lab test to confirm the diagnosis.

That said, healthcare providers often use the mnemonic “NOT RECLUSE” to help exclude a brown recluse spider bite. Here is a closer look at what that looks like:

  • N (numerous): Because you usually only have one lesion from a brown recluse bite, if you have more than one lesion or bite, it is unlikely you were bitten by a brown recluse.

  • O (occurrence): A healthcare provider will ask if you know how the bite occurred. A brown recluse bite usually occurs when they are disturbed like in an attic, basement, or dark box.

  • T (timing): Most brown recluse bites occur between April and October.

  • R (red center): Brown recluse bites usually have a pale central area.

  • E (elevated): A bite from a brown recluse spider will be flat. If the area is raised more than 1 centimeter, it is likely not a brown recluse bite.

  • C (chronic): Bites from a brown recluse usually heal within three months and are not chronic.

  • L (large): If your bite is large, or greater than 10 centimeters, it is likely not a brown recluse bite.

  • U (ulcerates early): It can take seven to 14 days for a brown recluse bite to ulcerate (or for the ulcer to form). If you get an ulcer sooner, it is likely not from a brown recluse

  • S (swollen): Typically, a bite from a brown recluse does not swell unless it is on the face or the feet.

  • E (exudative): Brown recluse spider bites do not cause exudative lesions.

How Are Brown Recluse Spider Bites Treated?

One of the first steps a healthcare provider may take when treating a brown recluse bite is to ensure your tetanus immunizations are up to date, especially since there is no antidote for a brown recluse spider bite. If you are unsure of your last tetanus shot, then you will likely be given a booster. Meanwhile, your pain can be treated with NSAIDs, but some people may have such severe pain that they need a short course of opioids.

Typically, antibiotics are only used if you have an infection like cellulitis (a bacterial skin infection) while steroids also may be prescribed—especially since they can decrease hemolysis (or the destruction of red blood cells). Surgery is sometimes used but not until the condition has advanced. In fact, early surgical treatment is not recommended.

How to Prevent Brown Recluse Spider Bites

Preventing brown recluse spider bites begins with knowing where they like to live and using caution in those areas as well as addressing any infestations you come across. For instance, if you notice webs in and around your home, contact a licensed pest professional to inspect and treat the problem. Here are some other things you can do:

  • Inspect the outside of your home for small openings and holes (like around utility pipes).

  • Seal the openings with silicone caulk to prevent spiders from entering your home.

  • Stack firewood 20 feet away from your home and at least 5 inches off the ground to deter spiders from hiding in the wood.

  • Wear gloves when moving the wood and inspect it before bringing it inside.

  • Avoid leaving clothes on the floor or shake them out before wearing them.

  • Shake out shoes before putting them on, especially if they have been stored in the basement, garage, or another dark area.

  • Keep seldom used items like boots, baseball mitts, skates, gardening gloves, and more in tightly sealed bags or boxes so spiders will not hide in them.

  • Warn the spiders you are coming by stomping or making a lot of noise in attics and basements.

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A Quick Review

A brown recluse is a spider with a violin shape on its back. This type of spider is reclusive and likes to hide in shoes, attics, and around wood piles where it is warm, dark, and dry. Although you may not feel a brown recluse bite right away, it can quickly progress to an ulcerative area that contains a black dot and crusty area. As the venom from the spider kills your tissue, the blackness may spread and it can become infected.

Find treatment right away if you are bitten by a brown recluse. You can start by calling Poison Control and keep the spider in a container, even if it is crushed so it can be evaluated. Typically, it can take about three months for your bite to heal completely, but if you do not seem to be getting better, contact a healthcare provider or go to the emergency room if you have a fever, chills, or extreme pain in the area.

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Biden warns Netanyahu about the health of Israel’s democracy and urges compromise on court overhaul



Biden warns Netanyahu about the health of Israel's democracy and urges compromise on court overhaul

NEW YORK (AP) — President Joe Biden raised “hard issues,” including protecting the “checks and balances” in a democracy, in a Wednesday meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pushing the Israeli leader to find a compromise on a judicial overhaul that has set off months of mass protests in Israel and concerns in Washington.

Biden also raised concerns about the far-right Israeli government’s treatment of the Palestinians, urging Netanyahu to take steps to improve conditions in the West Bank at a time of heightened violence in the occupied territory.

The two leaders sat down and took time to chat one-on-one on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly. It was their first meeting since Netanyahu took office at the helm of his country’s far-right government late last year.

Relations have cooled since Netanyahu returned to office with a coalition of ultra-Orthodox and ultranationalist partners. His new government has stepped up construction in West Bank settlements, angering the U.S., and pressed ahead with its contentious judicial overhaul plan despite deep divisions at home and criticism from the U.S. and other allies.

Netanyahu tried to play down concerns about the plan, saying there is “one thing that will never change and that is Israel’s commitment to democracy.”

Biden opened the meeting by stressing the U.S. friendship with Israel as being “ironclad” and saying that “without Israel, there’s not a Jew in the world who is secure. Israel is essential.” But Biden also acknowledged the tensions with Netanyahu’s government and its policies.

“We’re going to discuss some of the hard issues, that is upholding democratic values that lie at the heart of our partnership, including the checks and balances in our systems,” Biden said. He said they would also talk about a path to a negotiated two-state solution with Palestinians and “ensuring that Iran never, never acquires a nuclear weapon.”

A senior Biden administration official said Biden pushed Netanyahu to find a compromise on his planned changes to the Israeli court system. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the private meeting, did not want to characterize Netanyahu’s reaction to what Biden said, only that the Israeli leader understood the need for a compromise.

Israeli media, citing a senior official, said Netanyahu assured Biden he was seeking a compromise. However, Netanyahu has made similar pledges in recent months while pushing ahead with the plan, drawing accusations from his opponents that he is not negotiating in good faith. His coalition pushed the first major piece of the legislation through parliament in July.

A statement by Netanyahu’s office said the meeting with Biden was primarily about brokering a peace agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia.

The prospect of an agreement was also raised by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who said in an interview with Fox News being aired Wednesday that the two countries are getting closer to normalizing relations. But Saudi Arabia’s de facto leader also said it was “very important” to reach a pact on the treatment of Palestinians as part of any agreement.

“We got to see where we go,” he said. “We hope that will reach a place, that it will ease the life of the Palestinians, get Israel as a player in the Middle East.”

The location of Biden and Netanyahu’s long-anticipated meeting — a New York hotel room on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly meetings rather than the grandeur of the Oval Office — has been widely interpreted in Israel as a sign of U.S. displeasure with Netanyahu’s new government.

Netanyahu has been a frequent White House visitor over the years, and Israeli leaders are typically invited within weeks of starting their tenure to the Oval Office. But his judicial proposals have raised concerns within Israel as well as the U.S. about his commitment to a democratic system.

Bien held out the possibility of the coveted Oval Office meeting, saying, “I hope we’ll see each other in Washington by the end of the year.” The U.S. later formally invited Netanyahu to the White House, eyeing a meeting in November or December.

Biden himself has repeatedly raised concerns about Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul Israel’s judicial system.

Netanyahu says the country’s unelected judges wield too much power over government decision-making. His plan seeks to give more authority to the ruling coalition in parliament, which he heads. Critics say that by weakening the independent judiciary, Netanyahu is pushing Israel toward authoritarian rule.

The plan has divided the nation and led to months of mass protests against his government. Those demonstrations followed him to the United States, with large numbers of Israeli expatriates waving the country’s flag in protest Wednesday in New York. Hundreds of Israelis also protested outside the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.

Early this year, Biden voiced his unhappiness over the judicial overhaul, saying Netanyahu “cannot continue down this road” and urging the Israeli leader to find a compromise.

The Israeli government’s treatment of the Palestinians has also drawn American ire. Netanyahu’s coalition is dominated by far-right ultranationalists who have greatly expanded Israeli settlement construction on occupied lands claimed by the Palestinians for a future state. Israel’s government also opposes a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians — a cornerstone of White House policy in the region. The deadlock has coincided with a spike in fighting in the West Bank.

According to a White House summary of the talks, Biden stressed the “need to take immediate measures to improve the security and economic situation” in the West Bank, where violence between Israelis and Palestinians over the past 18 months has intensified to its worst levels in roughly two decades. The two leaders also reaffirmed their intention to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

The Biden-Netanyahu meeting came at a time of cooling ties between Israel and the Democratic Party. A poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that while Americans generally view Israel as a partner or ally, many are questioning whether Netanyahu’s government shares American values. Republicans were significantly more likely than Democrats to call Israel an ally with shared values.

Topping Netanyahu’s wish list were discussions on U.S. efforts to broker a deal establishing full diplomatic relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia. The White House statement said Biden and Netanyahu discussed the shipping and rail corridor announced at the Group of 20 summit that would connect Israel with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan.

Netanyahu, who also led Israel when President Donald Trump brokered the “Abraham Accords” between Israel and four Arab countries, said a similar deal with Saudi Arabia would “go a long way” to promoting Israel’s relations with the broader Arab and Muslim world and help advance “a genuine peace” with the Palestinians.

The White House has acknowledged that it is seeking such a deal, but obstacles lie in the way. Saudi Arabia is pushing for a nuclear cooperation deal and defense guarantees from the U.S.

The Saudis have also said they expect Israel to make significant concessions to the Palestinians.

The Saudi foreign minister, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, told reporters “there is no other way” to solve the conflict than by establishing a Palestinian state. But senior ministers in Netanyahu’s government have already ruled out any concessions to the Palestinians.


Federman reported from Jerusalem. Associated Press writer Isabel Debre in Jerusalem and AP Diplomatic Writer Matthew Lee in Washington contributed to this report.

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A ‘sugar baby’ is taking over TikTok with her post about the many demands her ‘daddy’ has for her, but the real story is wilder than you’d think



A 'sugar baby' is taking over TikTok with her post about the many demands her 'daddy' has for her, but the real story is wilder than you'd think
  • A TikTok influencer shared how they got ready for their “sugar daddy.”

  • Then came the twist: The “sugar daddy” in question was the US Army.

  • “Did I say sugar baby? I meant soldier,” user Desirè Victoria said on TikTok.

Stay fit. Look good. And, in return, get that bag. These are the hallmarks of a sugar daddy arrangement.

But a TikToker going viral for sharing the strict requirements that they follow for their “sugar daddy” revealed that the man wasn’t a rich businessman paying for their lifestyle: It was Uncle Sam.

“Did I say Sugar baby? I meant Soldier,” Desirè Victoria wrote in a TikTok post published on August 27.

Victoria’s video, which has 4.5 million views and over half a million likes at press time, starts off with them getting ready for the “sugar daddy.”

“He definitely prefers my hair ponytail pulled back away from my face when it comes to my appearance as a whole,” Victoria said. “He likes it very natural. He’s a wholesome man. When it comes to, like, my actual body, he likes fit and healthy.”

Victoria said the “sugar baby” benefits include money for rent, flights and transportation, and personal expenses.

The monologue ends with a twist, however, with Victoria suiting up in an Army uniform.

Many people flooded the comments saying that Victoria’s video had them fooled.

“This was great! The US Army needs to use this as their recruiting commercial, I was sold!” one commenter wrote under the video.

Some said they could see the twist coming based on the T-shirt Victoria was wearing in the video.

“When I saw the green shirt, I said oh she talking bout Uncle Sam,” read one comment.

The popularity of the video follows a trend of military influencers going viral on TikTok for sharing glimpses of their life with the armed forces.

Better known as Military TikTok, or “MilTok,” videos under the genre usually offer humorous takes on their life in uniform.

Last month, a US Army soldier named Anthony Gonzales went viral for his videos poking fun at Gen Z and how they might react on the battlefield.

Gonzales told the New York Post in a story published in July, that he was going to become an influencer after his Army contract ends in two years.

The US Army had earlier banned soldiers from using TikTok on government devices, according to a report by in December 2019. The ban does not apply to the troops’ personal devices.

“We cannot direct anyone to do anything with their personal devices. If they do download this or any application on their device they are recommended to be wary of the ones they download,” US Army representative Robin Ochoa told Insider in a story published in January 2020.

According to a US Army webpage on personal social media use, personnel are told to “avoid use of DoD titles, insignia, uniforms or symbols in a way that could imply DoD sanction or endorsement of content on your personal page.”

Gonzales’ TikTok account currently does not contain any videos as of press time.

It is unclear if Victoria’s video is a violation of the US Army’s standards for online conduct.

Representatives for Victoria and the US Department of Defense did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider sent outside regular business hours.

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Some Virginia Democrats say livestreamed sex acts a distraction from election’s real stakes



Some Virginia Democrats say livestreamed sex acts a distraction from election's real stakes

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — More Virginia Democrats on Tuesday cast the controversy surrounding a legislative candidate who livestreamed herself performing sex acts as a distraction from the stakes in this fall’s elections, while stopping short of fully championing her continued campaign.

Neither the state party nor the House Democratic caucus has publicly called for Susanna Gibson to end her campaign after it was revealed last week that she had sex with her husband in live videos posted on a pornographic website and asked viewers to pay them money in return for carrying out specific sex acts.

But neither group has publicly declared how much support — financial or otherwise — Gibson can expect moving forward.

“Our focus is and has always been on flipping the House and taking back the majority. The MAGA Republicans are continuing to try to distract us while working to implement their plan to ban abortion and roll back the rights and freedoms of all Virginians,” House Democratic Caucus Executive Director Amy Friedman said in a statement to The Associated Press.

House Democratic Leader Don Scott said in a brief interview Tuesday: “Us regaining the majority is all I’m focused on so that we can make sure we protect women’s reproductive freedom.”

Del. Dan Helmer, campaign chair for the House Democrats, said Monday his thoughts were with Gibson’s family while emphasizing that she’s running against an opponent who supports additional restrictions on abortion.

Every seat in the General Assembly, which is currently politically divided with the House of Delegates controlled by Republicans and the Senate by Democrats, will be on the November ballot. Both parties see a possible path to total control, and the suburban Richmond seat where Gibson, a nurse practitioner, is competing with retired home builder David Owen is seen as a critical battleground.

Virginia Democrats, Gibson among them, have made protecting abortion access a top campaign priority. Many Republican candidates in competitive districts, including Owen, have coalesced around GOP Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s proposed ban on abortion after 15 weeks with certain exceptions. Most abortions take place before that cutoff, federal data show.

Virginia, an outlier in the South for its relatively permissive access, currently allows abortion during the first and second trimesters. The procedure may be performed during the third trimester only if multiple physicians certify that continuing the pregnancy is likely to “substantially and irremediably” impair the mental or physical health of the woman or result in her death.

Gibson’s campaign did not respond to an interview request or a detailed list of questions from the AP on Tuesday. Gibson previously denounced the release of the videos as a violation of law and her privacy. She’s given no indication of ending her campaign, saying she won’t be intimidated or silenced.

On Tuesday, the Richmond Times-Dispatch published a commentary piece by Gibson addressing prescription drug prices and her work in health care. She didn’t mention the controversy.

While the caucus and some of its leaders have weighed in, many other Virginia Democrats have either declined to comment, insisted on anonymity to discuss their frustrations or deliberations about the matter, or have not responded to media inquiries. The state party also maintained its silence on Tuesday, with spokesperson Liam Watson declining to comment.

Among elected officials, Democratic state Sen. Louise Lucas has stood out for her early, clear and vocal support of Gibson.

A spokesman for U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger, who previously endorsed Gibson, did not immediately respond to an emailed inquiry asking about a post on X, the social media platform previously known as Twitter, featuring Spanberger and Gibson that appeared to have been deleted.

Clean Virginia, an energy policy advocacy group that’s a major donor to mostly Democratic candidates, is “not commenting on this story,” spokesperson Cassady Craighill said. Clean Virginia gave Gibson $175,000 in August, according to campaign finance records, which also show Gibson ended the latest reporting period with over $460,000 cash on hand, about $220,000 more than Owen.

Citing what he called Gibson’s “remarkable” fundraising, Bob Holsworth, a longtime political analyst, said he thinks it’s entirely possible that Democrats “come back in the end” and help Gibson campaign and raise money.

“My big question is: Does she still have the organizational volunteers who are going to generate enthusiasm and turnout?” Holsworth said.

Most Republican elected officials also have kept their distance from the matter, although the state party has spoken out, casting Gibson’s behavior as disqualifying.

In a social media post days after the news broke, the Republican Party of Virginia accused Democrats of “celebrating a candidate who moonlights as a porn star,” adding: “They are the party of moral decay.”

Aaron Evans, a campaign spokesperson for Owen, said Tuesday that Gibson’s campaign was misrepresenting Owen’s position on abortion.

“The Gibson campaign is dumping thousands of dollars into lying about David’s commitment to defend choice during the first 15 weeks of pregnancy and his support for exceptions in the cases of rape, incest, and health of the mother. The fact they are lying about David reinforces that his common-sense, consensus building position is resonating with voters for a win in November,” Evans said in a written statement.


Associated Press reporter Denise Lavoie in Glen Allen, Virginia, contributed to this report.

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