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Hives From Amoxicillin
Tell your doctor: Drug reactions such as hives may represent an allergic reaction to a medication, or sometimes a cross reaction to a virus. In any case, you should discuss this with your health care provider to add this medication to your list of potential allergies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Itchy hives from amoxicillin allergy - do I need to do anything or just take claritin (loratadine)?
Depends on severity: Claritin (loratadine) or zyrtec will help with the itching; a more severe rash may require treatment with prednisone. In most cases, the rash simply goes away within a few days of stopping the antibiotic. Treatment for the rash simply depends on how badly it bothers you. At any rate, you need to stop the antibiotic and notify your doctor if you get a rash while taking it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recently prescribed Zantac (ranitidine) and Zyrtec for hives on my face from amoxicillin. How often should I take and how soon see results?
I've been taking amoxicillin for a week now and woke up with itching red hives all over my entire body. Its spreading and itches bad. What to do?
My son was given amoxicillin had hive reaction to it. He was switched to cefdinir. He continues with hives. Does this mean he's also allergic to this?
My nephews doc said he has infused hives but i cannot find an explanation to describe them. They look like measels reaction to amoxicillin has all vac?
Amoxicillin given to: A child or adolescent who has a sore throat ; fever caused by infectious mononucleosis causes a very " measly-looking" (morbilliform) rash about 100% of the time, to the point that it's pretty much diagnostic of " mono". Many drugs can cause a morbilliform rash. For further information ; photos, see http://dermnetnz.Mobify.Me/reactions/morbilliform.Html. I've not heard of "infused hives". ...Read more
Is it possible to have an allergic reaction to amoxicillin after using it several times previously? I'm on day 4 of 875mg/2x daily and today I am breaking out in hives. What should I do?
Medicine allergies: Yes. The thing to understand about allergic reactions is that the body generally has to have had prior exposure before an allergic response. It is actually rare to have a true allergy to something with the first exposure.You should stop the medicine and notify your physician to get a different antibiotic and document the allergy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antihistamines: Looks like you are allergic to one of the components of augmentin. Most likely the penicillin group of drugs, but even could be the clavulenic acid too. You need to tell future doctors, nurses and facilities, and carry a card or bracelet with this info-allergic to Augmentin. Treatment is antihistamines such as Benadryl, (diphenhydramine) prednisone for severe cases. ...Read more
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