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Sea nettle sting

Sea nettle sting: Introduction

Sea nettle sting: The Sea Nettle is a poisonous jellyfish found in coastal parts of the Atlantic and Gulf areas - especially eastern US. The jellyfish usually only causes a relatively minor skin rash but prolonged exposure can result in muscle cramps and breathing problems. The severity of the sting depends on the level of exposure. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Sea nettle sting is available below.

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