My mother was on the phone with the nurse, telling
Yet, it was not nearly as bad, for me to go to the hospital and that everything was nearly OK for now. If there was any problems then, I had to go the E.R. He gave us the list of things to do. Watch out for any reactions and take Benadryl for the sting plus some ice for the sting. Taking the Benadryl was really drowsy for me, and made more tired then I suspected.
I stopped taking the medication, and went back to school. Everything was feeling back to normal except the other class who still kept reminding me about what happening. Reoccurring the events over and over again yet, it eventually wore down except one person just kept reminding me all year.
Though I had soccer practice, something was not right. I couldn't exercise normally like I did on the past couple of weeks. My breathing was very shallow and the pain in my chest kept creeping up now and then. I didn't do much exercise as much but kept it at a steady pace. I knew deep down it was the stung, yet I thought I took the all the precautions.
When soccer practice was over, my mother asked me if everything was fine. Though it wasn't, so my mother then dialed again and the advice nurse told us that I shouldn't stop taking the medication. Till all my symptoms were completely gone. I rested one day, and didn't go to class the next following day. Later, my doctor prescribed me an epinephrine to inject my self in case I got stung again. I carry it with me at all times because I know its a life saver for me in the future.
In a few weeks I was later, diagnosed with E.I.A (Exercised Induced Asthma). In my research, when I got anaphylaxis it triggered a new symptom and got asthma. It later became clear that, no matter what I got at least I know now then, much later in my life.