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Leg itching after stopping Wysolone, Hyroxizine and Fucibet. Continue medication?

hello sir This is for my mother.shes having severe itching on both her legs since one month.shes doesnt have significant medical history.she was on wyslone 10mg bd for 5 days,hydroxizine 10mb bd,and fucibet oinment.she had gud relief when she was on medications .as soon as she stopped the medications she had severe itching through out her body.should she countinue her medications?
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Please do not take wysolone without proper guidance of a dermatologist
If wysolone can help it can also damage if taken without guidance .
The dose of hydroxyzine can be increased butplease consult your dermatologist for that.
Dry Skin can cause itching in the aged so u can use moisturizing lotions liberally.
But a followup is the best option as many a times treatment need to be changed after a short course like the one givento urmother
Dr amit
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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