werewolf bite what to do
Before I go into what to do if you are bitten by a werewolf, I would first like to say that if you are bitten by a werewolf, and you survive, it is by design. It is not an accident that you have escaped a werewolf attack with only a simple bite. Chances are that the werewolf only intended to scare you. Take whatever hint or lesson the werewolf is trying to give you to heart. You may not be so lucky next time. With this said, if you find that you are bitten by a werewolf, chances are very strong that it is not fatal because the werewolf did not intend it to be so. So, what should you do about a werewolf bite? I’ve outlined the general steps below, but remember if the wound is very severe, seek medical attention immediately!
Step 1. Remain Calm
If you have a werewolf bite, the first and most important thing is to remain calm. A werewolf would not let you escape with just a bite unless he / she wanted to. So the important thing to remember here is that if you do whatever it is that the werewolf wants, chances are you will not see the werewolf again.
Step 2: Clean the area
Remove anything that is around the werewolf bite (clothing, jewelry, etc.), then wash the area gently with soap and water to remove anything that is in the wound.
Step 3: Apply antibiotic
To prevent the would from infecting, even if it seems pretty small, you will want to apply some kind of antibiotic ointment like iodine to the wound, then cover it with a bandage to prevent it from getting dirty.
Step 4: Allow time to heal
Werewolf bites are incredibly painful, and do take a good deal of time to heal. Allow sufficient time and the wound will eventually heal, although you may retain a small scar.
Remember, seek medical attention for severe wounds.