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Diarrhea, hives, itchy skin, severe cold. Tubes put in ears, anaesthesia used. Causes for symptoms?

hello my son is 6 yrs old and yesterday he had to have a procedure with anesthesia .The doctor put a mask over his face to put him to sleep then he put tubes in his ears.After he woke up and we got home he had diarreha not to bad but this morning he has a few hives and says he is itchy. I have not given him any new meds and he does have a bad cold i.I would like to know if this could be caused by the anethesia.
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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He must have been given anaesthesia using inhalational agents and some intravenous access must also have taken at that time. So, he must have experienced some hypersensitivity to those agents. Alternately, he may have been prescribed some medicine post procedure which could have caused it. Please give some anti allergic to the boy and problem should be over. In case it does not go or increases, do consult your ENT. Regards
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