UK media reports on Thailand jellyfish horror

‘I thought I’d been bitten by a shark’: British mother tells of horrific jellyfish stings in Thailand that have left her scarred for life – Daily Mail, September 20, 2012
She was left with third-degree burns just hours after arriving at luxury hotel
Said stings felt like ‘a hundred razors’ being dug into her skin
Spent rest of holiday in hospital and had to take four months off work
The 37-year-old said she was just glad it hadn’t happened to her daughter

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One Response to UK media reports on Thailand jellyfish horror

  1. Wisarut says:

    Here is the correct way to deal with the sting from Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish:

    1. wash with the sea water immediately – your pee also work fine … Washing with freshwater will worsen the the sting from Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish! 2. Rubbing the sting with the leaves of beach morning glory as herbal medicine mixed with vinegar and then put some more leaves of beach morning glory into the white piece of cloths for 60 minutes to heal the stinging wound … before heading into the hospital for nearest treatment.

    Clearly, that lady has made very incorrect treatment of the sting from the Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish … so her kid suffer from the sting in such an horrible level …
    http://www.lib.ru.ac.th/journal/jellyfish.html

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