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Rashes in lower parts, arms, lip, hands with feet swollen. Tried Benadryl, no changes. Help?

I am a forty eight year old male,woke up yesterday with rash on sides,lower parts of my body.on inside of lip,hands and feet are swollen.feet are sore to fever.nothing new in diet . Have tried Benadryl but makes me feel nausea.i have no health card or coverage. What will happen if I go to an emergency room with no coverage? And if it is an allergic relation will it just go away or should I be seen?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Sudden onset of rash following some sort of exposure to allergen and rash which is itchy points towards allergy. Try using Pheniramine maleate, Consult ER if you are feeling giddy or have difficulty in breathing or if there is any wheezing.
Take good care.
Don't be bothered about insurance, see a physician if required.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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