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what is the treatment for acute drug reaction to omeprazole ,had chills , bone ,joint pain ,hand feet twitch,dizzy, rash come n gofrequent urination?

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Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin answered
50 years experience Urology
Here are some...: At suspecting drug allergy, stop the offending drug and seek evaluation / counseling for possible use of antihistamine and a short 3-5 day course of steroid; if short of breath occurs, take emergency visit right away; if just having bearable itch with no swelling of mouth, take antihistamine and wait out-if not getting better as expected in 3-5 days, seek medical attention timely.
Answered on Nov 27, 2017
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It is nice of you to say, "Thanks a lot. ... for giuding and advising me. Dr. Lin"; they appreciate your thanks and trust.
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