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Itchy feeling on the chest, had taken antibiotics for sinus infection. Cause?

I took antibiotics because I had a sinus infection my ears were itchy and I kept waking up with numbness on my legs and arms, that has started to get better and I have been taking a z pack for the past 2 days I have noticed this itchy feeling on the left side of my chest . I m not sure what is causing it? Could it be the antibiotics causing it, is it a good thing or a bad thing? It almost reminds me of an itchy feeling that you get from a heeling wound as it s heeling, is that even possible, was there bacteria in my lungs or heart and it s heeling or is i the infection causing it? Could antibiotics cause a fungal infection in lungs? What is this chest itching?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hi i think it is acite urticaria due to use of can be treated with antihistamines.antibiotic and calak lotion or the numbness can be due to dleeping on one side.if it is so it subsides by its own
Answered: Sun, 1 Sep 2013
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