Blackmark on her daughter’s leg reveals the truth

It’s common for children to have various markings and bruises on their legs, especially if they play outside frequently.

Kristine Donovan assumed a black mark on the back of her daughter Kailyn’s thigh was a bruise when she discovered it.

This would have been simple to explain because her 5-year-old daughter spent a lot of time outside their home in Mendon, Massachusetts, playing and frequently getting scrapes and bruises.


When the mark began to turn black, she took her kid to the hospital, where physicians determined what it was.

The black widow spider had bitten Kailyn.

Her mother told CBS Boston, “She never felt it bite her.” “We just don’t know if it was in her jeans in the spot where it bit her.”

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Although black widow spiders are predominantly located in the southern and western states of the United States, Kailyn’s storey serves as a reminder that we are all vulnerable to these creatures if we come in their path.

Kailyn recovered after taking antibiotics, but black widow spider bites can cause severe muscle pain and spasms, as well as abdominal cramps, for up to a week if left untreated.

Please don’t get too worked up over it.

“She doesn’t seem bothered by it.” Kristine told CBS Boston, “She looks at it and doesn’t think it’s horrible, so I try not to make a big deal out of it, to make her nervous or anything.”

Kristine told the news organisation that she wanted to paint the residence to deter any future hairy visitors.

Thank fortunate Kailyn’s parents could have her treated promptly; this could happen to anyone at any time, and people must act quickly.

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