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Child with persistent swelling on chin with redness followed by swelling on forehead, under the eyes with tiredness. No improvement with Zyrtec. What is the cause?

my 6 year old woke 2 days ago with a red forehead and chin . by that night it looked slightly swollen so we took him to the doctors. he said it looked like a reaction to something and gave him claratyne to take. today the redness is worse and swelling is too. his forehead nose and under eyes swollen. back to the doctors we went and he told us to take Zyrtec. He has had two doses of that and tonight still looks like the swelling is getting worse? Is this just a reaction to something or is it something else. He is showing no other symptoms but being a little tired
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
it is acute sinusitis which is allergic
actually this is coomon to develop in children any time
it is mostly milk induced as the child ned milk for 2 years only breast and after that no milk
as we add milk and diary in diet these causes allergy and vaious diseases as they are animal proteins incompetible with hbuman proteins
for time add metronidazole 200 mg bd for 5 days as it clear sinuses quickly
add antiallergic fexofenadine 30 mg bd
syp cpm 1 tsf night
apply local antibiotic mixed with antiallergic ointment in affected parts
add liquid antacid
mefanic acid sos for pan or fever
withdraw milk and diary from diet for next some years
Answered: Wed, 5 Jun 2013
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