There is nothing worse than feeling weird symptoms and not knowing where they're coming from. Most of us torture ourselves and google everything that could possibly be wrong with us, yet it usually never turns out to be as bad as we think. Well, for Susie Torres it was worse!
Susie woke up on Tuesday morning experiencing a 'swooshing' sound going on in her ear. She thought she had water in her ear and it began to hurt as well. Torres left it for a few days until she decided to go to the doctor to see what was going on.
Susie assumed she must have water in her ear and all that would need to happen is to have it drained and that's all. However, when the nurses checked her ear, they became even more concerned than she was.
To Susie's shock, the nurse said that she would need to bring more people to check Susie's ear. Worried as ever, she asked why and the nurse casually told her "I think you have an insect in there".
The nurse brought a team and with the help of a few extra tools, they pulled a spider from Susie's ear! Once it was out, she obviously had a few questions about her new 8-legged guest.
"Just why where what and how? You never think they'll crawl in your ear or any part of your body," Susie said. The Kansas resident was happy to learn that the spider had not bit her because her doctors informed her that the spider was actually highly venomous.
A bite from a recluse spider can cause itching, muscle pain, increased sweating, headaches, nausea, and fever. This was enough to spook Susie and she now sleeps with cotton balls in her ears. I personally would move homes.
So far all you arachnophobe's out there, sleep tight.