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Have itchy red spots on arms and face. Taking Celestamine. Had eaten chicken. Advice?

hi. i have sun allergy since last thursdaytook citirizine at night and i guess it gets worst when i ate chicken last friday thats why i am now taking celestamine 2x a day since saturday, but whenever im having food allergy im taking it 3x a day. am i taking it right? its still so itchy and have tiny little red spots on my arm and face. thanks a alot . im malen and my email is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

There are different formulations of celestamine. In some areas celestamine contains loratidine and bethamethasone. Loratidine is an antihistamine and betamethasone is an oral steroid.
In other areas it contains dexchlorpheniramine and bethamethasone.

The dose would depend on the formulation you are using. You may want to consult your doctor to find out which dose would be right for you.

I hope this helps
Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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