Publicado: Sáb, Agosto 24, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Spider Shocker: Brown Recluse found in woman's ear

Spider Shocker: Brown Recluse found in woman's ear

A Kansas City, Missouri, woman went to the doctor because she thought she had water in her ear, but what was found is terrifying.

Instead of waiting for the problem to resolve itself, Torres went to the doctor-a decision that might have saved her from some serious pain.

A United States woman "terrified of spiders" was found to be housing a venomous spider in her ear.

"I went and put some cotton balls in my ear last night, because I did not have any ear plugs", she said.

Doctors later told her it was a highly venomous brown recluse spider.

Torres said she continued to remain calm.

"She ran out and said I'm going to get a couple more people", Torres told KSHB-TV.

"They had a few tools and worked their magic and got it out", Torres said. She has no clue where the spider came from, but now she's taking precautions to prevent any other arachnids from burrowing in her ear.

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The brown recluse spider, also known as the violin spider, is most commonly found in the Midwestern and southern states of the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

True to its name, the brown recluse spiders hides out in dark corners of logs and rocks.

The doctor flushed her ear with water, but it didn't budge.

Torres is making sure a creepy crawler doesn't climb back into her ears again.

Common throughout the Midwestern US, they only bite if they're forced against the skin of their victim.

The brown recluse spider is one of two venomous spiders native to the USA - along with the black widow.

Their bite is rarely fatal, but it's best to seek immediate help once a bite is spotted.

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