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What is the proper medication for skin allergy ?

Good medicine for skin allergy
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jul 2011
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Nephrologist 's  Response
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It would depend on how bad the allergy is. For now u can take levocetrizine 10 mg in the night along with calamine lotion for local application. Approach a dermatologist if it is not coming down for some blood tests like CBC and AEC
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General Surgeon Dr. Faraz Ahmed's  Response
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hen the immune system in our body finds or realizes anything as foreign to the body, it immediately releases some antibodies like histamines to fight against the foreign substance. This causes inflammation which is called allergy in our body.
There are many natural remedies for allergies available. Although natural remedies are easily available without prescription, it is better to consult a doctor before to take up any medicine as a remedy for allergies.
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