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Had allergic reaction to some lotion caused to break out in hives. Applied AD diaper cream. Swollen lips. Had oral antihistamine. Treatment?

My daughter had an allergic reaction to some lotion which caused her to break out in hives. I put AD diaper cream on her diaper area and she put. her hands in her mouth after scratching down there. this caused her lips to swell. I took her in and the Dr. gave her an oral antihistimine. Now her lips and gums are black and she cannot hold down food. What is going on?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
allergic episode takes 3 week to go
fexofenadine is safest for all allergieyou can give in bd dosages titrated against dose as there is no age written
can apply local application
mix 4 tablets of betnesol in glycerine bottle
apply on the lips affected area 2-3 times a day
can apply fluticasone on affected skin
3 week requires to clear all

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