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Baby getting hives since change in laundry soap, has tiredness and low grade fever post shots. Cause?

my baby is 1 and started getting hives about a week ago we have since changed her laundry soap, and bath wash, the hives have gotten smaller and less frequent, she is breathing normal, however her temp is up to 39c and she is tired, we have taking her to the Doctor twice this week plus she got her 1 year shots yesterday, could that have somthing to do with her temp and tiredness? Should we take her to see the Dr again?
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Feb 2013
As your child is getting hive since 1 week it may be due to some allergic reaction and it is treated by oral antihistamines like hydroxyzine and calamine application on skin . But what causing the allergy(source)should be carefully looked into by noting her daily food, activities and pet exposure and dust exposure so that we can eliminate the culprit. As of now your child is having fever consult your doctor for evaluation and medication.
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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