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Allergic to dust. Had severe cold. Having pimples after having omnacortil-20. Is it normal, will it vanish on its own?

sir , i am allergic to dust, i was suffering from severe cold and my nose was fully stuffed,(blocked), i went to an ENT specialist at my place, he gave me a prescription of omnacortil-20 (3x 5days,2x 5days,1x 5days)(for 15 days along with allegra-120 2x 10days). after completing the course,i am very well with my nose,but have a lot of boils or pimples kind of thing on my face,chest back and they are bit it normal or because of omnacortil it is happening...and will it vansih on its own or shall i meet any skin specialist
Asked On : Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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welcome to health care magic.well you were suffering from allergic rhinitis and the treatment is quite adequate.well the pimples will subside onn their own but if you have a feeling that they are increasing then you should visit a skin specialist.
Answered: Sun, 18 Mar 2012
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