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Itchy red bumps on my left forearm, neck, stomach. Pain on swallowing. Remedy?

hello, i have red itchy bumps on my left forearm , one on my neck and one on my stomach . They started yesterday and this morning there are more (total of 14) Also, when I was eating Friday night, it felt like there was something sharp in my food every time i throat still hurts (not like a normal sore throat ) esp. when I am eating
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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The lesions could be due to allergic reaction from food/medicine that you have taken.Any lesion over the skin has to be clinically examined by a Dermatologist for correct diagnosis.
The throat lesion can also be due to some lesion in the throat .Another possibilty is pharyngitis.You should consult an ENT doctor for examination .
I prescribe antihistamine tablet,antiinflammatory tablet/steroid tablet initially to my patients with similar complaints.
Wish you good health and speedy recovery
Answered: Fri, 30 Aug 2013
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