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Rashes and blotches, cold removed after zythromyacin

My daughter is 19 she has in Nov 2011 she developed a rash all over her chest stomach, back that are dime size and she get bloches on her face the cheeks and forehead that come and go. The rash is itchy only once in a while she was told she had a viral rash and was put on Zythromyacin with no help but it did take away her cold she had at the time. Now no cold just still the same rash was put on the 7 day predison and went down to one pill rash faded almost completely. Now off predison rash is back completely. She is now on Zyrtec and Clairtin with no help. Do you have any suggestions. Thank You, AAAAAAA
Asked On : Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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in my opinion some protein started reacting with body proteins suddenly
it can be oils shampoo creams ointments medicines body application materials foods clothes or pollens
steroids cannot be contd
i advise you to get allergy doctor consultation who can help you to find the cause and treat
till control by anti allergic tabs and local applicationb
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