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Headache, dimetapp, hives on leg, allergy

i gave my 6yr old childrens dimetapp for a headache about an hour and half ago when she changed clothes for bed she broke out in hives on her legs which we havent figured out what she is allergic to yet is it ok to give her childrens benadryl for the itching so close to giving the dimetapp
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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these are only supportive therapies and donot cure you need to know cause any thing can react at any time at any age
mostly milk is cause as the theory states that child need only breast milk for 2 years and nothing after and as we add milk and diary child getting many problems like allergy asthma anaemia eczema and other organ diseases
as animal protein are non competible with human proteins
these are initial symptomps and as the time goes the increase stop milk and diary proteins completely so child will reverse in diseases and no recurence further
at moment can give fexofenadine 30 mg bd
apply calamine lotion locally on skin for 3 wk
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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