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I've never had an allergic reaction to anything else my entire life, and I've never had a serious reaction to the stings of common honey bees -- can I reasonably deduce that I would similarly fare OK if I were to ever be stung by a wasp?

I'm starting to get more and more of these (wasps, hornets, whatever, I don't know the difference) in my backyard this time of year. They've never gone out of their way to agress against or otherwise bother me, beside the occasional curious hover-and-look-see, but the possibility of a nasty situation always lingers in the back of my mind whenever I'm in any kind of proximity to these creatures.
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If you're over 30 year old there's almost no chance of developing an allergic reaction to them.



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