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I got rash after taking expired tylenol

I took tylenol last night because i had a chills and fever , when I woke up today i still felt awful so i took tylenol. When it was mid day I had red spots all over my body and face I looked at the tylenol s expiration date and apparently expired 04/10... it is now 03/11!!! I have never had a reaction to tylenol until now and now my body is itchy and the spots are multiplying!!! what can I do...... and why is this happening? Can I take benadryl?
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Hi Leah.., The above signs and symptom's are suggestive of Adverse drug reactions...
Stop using that drug, if available you can take one tab. Avil..,
better consult a dermatologist immediately and also mention the history of drug taken and adverse reactions about it..
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Fri, 22 Jul 2011
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