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had an allergic reaction this am, lips swelled slightly red itchy rash all over body. took an antihistime and has dissappeared. do i need to see a doc as there is no evidence of rash anymore?

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Allergen test: Hi, it does sound like an allergic reaction. you don't need to see a doctor urgently as long as everything's settled with antihistamine. You can talk to your GP about having an allergen test to find out what you are allergic to though.

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