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Rashes on torso, face, itchy sensation on bladders skin. Taken Avil 25. Recommended dose of this medicine?

I got up today morning to find my torso and face covered with rashes and itchy sensation on my bladder s skin . I am 20 year old male and I just took an Avil 25 tablet . Would it do any harm if I took another one to make sure I get rid of these ASAP? I want a quick-heal owing to my major exams going on right now. Advice awaited. Thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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from the description it could be an urticarial rash or allergic reaction. As you have already taken avil orally, there is no need to repeat it. Wait for half an hour or an hour to see if the rash is resolving. If you seen no difference, then instead visit an emergency room in your locality and take steroid and avil injection for faster resolution.
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