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Itchy and red bumps on foot, rash on wrists. Allergic to penicillin. Anything to alleviate itchiness?

I have small itchy red bumps on the top of one foot , and an itchy rash on both bumps at all on my wrists...I am allergic to penecillian and recently had a mold problem remediated in my home, yesterday, I was also in contact with a little girl healing from hand foot and mouth, but I have NO fever and none of the other symptoms. What i have feels like an allergic reaction to food or something else.... Both food allergies AND HF&M all have to run their course, is there anything to alleviate the itchiness, or something else I should be considering?
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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it is penicillia mould which reacts if you have reaction to penicillin
you dont need antibiotics
take tab montair fx twice a day
tab atarax 10 mgm at night
and local application of mometasone ointment
and you can apply histocalamine in between
three week later you can post again
stop taking preserved,tinned,bottled and yeast products
get allergy test and go for slit for permanent cure
Answered: Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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