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It looks ok (like any normal spider bite I've ever seen on myself) just keep an eye on it. Any spider bite is going to be red and spread a little bit. IMO as long as the it doesn't become an open sore and starts oozing and turns black/brown you should be ok. You're not having any allergic reactions as far like itching everywhere (other than the bite site itself), sick on your stomach, cramps, sweating, fever?
Most likely it wasn't poisionous (crossing fingers). Make sure to let your work know, especially since you were spraying a house that had brown recluse spiders. Keep us posted!!
edited to add: scratching the bite causes the 'venom' to spread which is why you are seeing the redness spread. Try not to scratch it!!!
GOD, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference ~ Amen.
I would definately get it looked at. Spider bites or any bites can turn into cellulitis which can be a very painful thing. We see it a lot at the hospital. It's always better safe than sorry especially since you are ttcing.