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Can to much benadryl trigger a heart murmur ?

yes i do have a heart problem doctors been running testest to find out what trigger the murmurs to reopened i have 3. 2 of them closed when i was a tenager but lately since i was preganet and had my baby they told me that they notice that they were opened and i need to see a specialist. But i had a reaction nuts and I used benadryl for a whole week because i had a bad reaction. dis morning i notice my right hand was num and still num and that was around 8:30 I went to the hospital around 7:20 and didnt see the doctor because the hospital was over capasity. so around 1:36 I checked out because I was still in triage and was never sent to back. The lady told me that was looking at a 13hr. wait because I had 2 people in front of me and I'm not from houston tx. so I dont know my way around. I just want to know if my health is ok to sleep it off in till i return back home. are I should seek actions .
Asked On : Wed, 17 Mar 2010
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Sudden Numbness of hand suggests sensory paralysis. You need a thorough neurologic & cardiac evaluation.

Answered: Fri, 19 Mar 2010
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