What Are the Signs or Symptoms of House Spider Bite?

Q:
What are the signs or symptoms of house spider bite?

A:
House spiders are also known as barn funnel weavers. There are two common kinds of house spiders: Tegenaria agrestis, also known as the aggressive house spider and Tegenaria domestica, also known as the domestic house spider. Both have little harm to humans.

Signs or symptoms of house spider bite include:

  • Small red raised lesions on skin.
  • Blisters on skin.
  • Headache.
  • Nausea.
  • Joint pain.

Usually, a house spider bite can disappear without special treatments and it may go away within 36 hours. However, some serious situations may last for several months and may need surgery to heal. so, if you are bitten by house spiders, you should treat the wound immediately.

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