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Itching sensation on fingers since taking Pause MF. Remedy?

Hi , I am taking pause MF since two days to control my bleeding . I feel itching sensation on my fingers after taking it. I have scratched on my fingers and it has become black on the places where I have scratched. It still itches , what should I do.?. YYYY@YYYY . I have taken pause MF earlier also, on my doctors advice, it was fine then, but this time , the itching started after half an hour I took the tablet. The same thing happened again after i took the secnd tablet in the afternoon .Could it be an allergic reaction . If so what should I do.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
any medicine can cause allergy at any time
you can consult doctor to change the salt or you can take antiallergic tab ebastine 10 mg daily along wit the medicine mf
and apply antiallergic cream on ands and area were there is itch
Answered: Mon, 12 Aug 2013
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