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Hives, itching, had zevit, vomiting and numbness in fingers, mouth ulcer. Treatment?

I amgetting hives all over the will appear after a slight itching and disappear..I had a medicine called zevit for having a mouth ulcer as doctor prescrbed.. I had to stop after 3 days because of vomiting and numbness in fingers after taking it...again the mouth ulcer repeated and i had taken only rinifol as per another doctor..when i complained of this allergic reaction, the doctor advised me to take levocet for 10 the problem settled for 10 days and again started coming i need a clarification
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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Hi i think it is called acute is due to allergens like food.dyes and insect bites.vomiting .numbness .mouth ulcers can be due to acute would have increased hives.they should be treated with atarax 25 mg at night.alaspan in the morning and applicatiion of calamine lotion can cure it and use of pantop before breakfast
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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