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Itching skin, sore throat, coughing, breathlessness. Taking Rablet and Xaria

I have a allergy of iching skin which gradually multilpies and create problems like sore throat and coughing and breatlessness. I have been taking Rablet 20 and Xaria tablets suggested by a ENT specialist for the last 4 months. But as soon as i stop it goes on multiplying again. Plz suggest a medication so that i can get rid of it. My email ID YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
This is food allergy
it can be caused by anything at any age and any time of life even if you are using the food for many years
Most likely to be milk but can be potato,chana,rice,egg,nuts
Get blood serum tested for milk and other foods i described above
Mean time stop all milk and diary
no use of mustard coconut walnut groundnut and soya
use olive for cooking and application on skin
Take Fexofenadine 120 mg once a day for 3 week till you get answer from the tests
Answered: Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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