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Doctor pulls Brown hermit off a woman's ear




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The buzzing sound in Susie Torres's ear sounded like water. Maybe it was caused by a recent allergy shot, she thought. The mild pain did not diminish and she decided to have her ear examined after work. A medical assistant took a look and tried to help, reports KSHB. As she left the room, she loudly said People "I think you have an insect there." Per CNN came two nurses, three medical students and a doctor. The doctor needed several attempts, but the insect was removed from Torres's ear, and it was not any insect: it was a brown recluse spider whose bites bore a poisonous liquid. "The nurses said it was dead," the Kansas City woman later said, "but they might have just said that so I would not freak out."

The spider came out in one piece and did not bit her. The brown recluse usually stays outside, says the CDC, but can also be found in dark cabinets, shoes, and attics. A bite usually only occurs when it is trapped on a person's skin. A bite can cause a serious injury that requires medical attention. Torres was quiet during the episode, but admitted: "I'm very afraid of spiders." She is not taking any risks now, especially at bedtime. "I put some cotton balls in my ear last night," Torres said. (A woman in Tennessee was repeatedly bitten.)

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