How to Treat a Vampire Bite

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Once you’ve been bitten by a vampire, there’s no guarantee that you can prevent becoming a vampire, but the most important thing that you can do is recognize that you’ve been bitten… Then try to stop the vampire’s poison from spreading.

Signs You’ve Been Bitten by a Vampire

  • Bloody wound discharge
  • Fang marks in the skin and swelling of the carotid artery
  • Severe localized pain
  • Weakness
  • Increased sensitivity to sunlight
  • Increased thirst for blood
  • Disdain for religious artifacts
  • Change in sleeping habits
  • Enlarged canines

Treat A Vampire Bite

If you have been bitten by a vampire or if you know someone has been bitten, you want to treat the bite quickly.

  • Apply a wrap about two to four inches above the bite to slow the spread of the vampire’s poison. Do not completely cut off blood flow; you want the band to be loose enough to slip one finger under it.
  • Place a suction device over the bite in attempt to draw out the vampire poison.
  • Wash the bite with soap and water to ward off infection.
  • Immobilize the bite and keep it lower than the heart.
  • Cover the are with a cool compress or rag soaked in garlic extract to minimize swelling and vampirism.
  • Monitor vitals signs for a decreased heartbeat.