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Acute tonsillitis, spits on dorsal area, painful orbital area, relapsing fever. On Acetaminophen. Help?

hi doc . i was having acute tonsillitis with pain orbital area and high grade relapsing fever,i used azithromycin 250 mg * 2 OD , loratadine 10 mg * 1 OD, Acetaminophen 500 mg (3000 mg /24 hr) for 3 days last night i had swear sweating after which i felt normal but in early morning when i saw my face in mirror there were many red spots further i noticed these spots were also on dorsal area of forearem and chest sparing all other body ?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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These skin eruptions could be because of the drug reaction .
You must stop all medicines but can continue loratidine.
Consult skin specialist as it is difficult to explain without examining that it is due to medicines.
Azithromycin might have caused it as paracetamol may also cause reactions over the genitals.
But it can also not be ignored as you took paracetamol in a high dosage. it should be 1500-2000 mg , not more than that.
Drink lots of water and take liquids more.and consult a doctor.
Get well soon
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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