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Having itchy rashes on back. Prescribed phernagan. What to do?

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3yrs 8 mth old female itchy back yesterday morning in bath
had prawns.. not for the first time, at lunchtime yesterday
work in the night off colour cranky, this am an all over body rash, raised reddened welts
seen by local gp, prescribed phernagan givan as directed
then swelling to lower lip both wrists and legs and child in pain unable to move freely
with bruising noted behind both knees.
nil obvious injury or falls noted recently
Posted Fri, 19 Jul 2013 in Asthma and Allergy
Answered by Dr. Shashi Dangwal 30 minutes later
Hello XXXXX,

Thanks for posting your query on XXXXXXX

It appears that the baby is suffering from allergy, could be to prawns or to some thing else. Is there any family history of allergy or asthma?

Her symptoms seem to be getting worse so i suggest that you take her to ER of a hospital because some times it may get really bad.

In the meanwhile continue giving her phenergan and a short course of oral steroids should be started as soon as possible. Subsequently she may need a complete work up to rule out any other systemic ailment.
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