Sea urchin injury
Sea urchin spines can be venomous or cause infection. Granuloma and staining of the skin from the natural dye inside the sea urchin can also occur. Breathing problems may indicate a serious reaction to toxins in the sea urchin.
If no infection occur on a non-venomous sea urchin injury, the sting can stay for a while inside the flesh. Pain and discomfort will be present. On a long period of time, the sting will dissolve in the body or will be expelled from the flesh.
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