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Reddish patches on body with itching post typhoid treatment, had eating Veg cheesy sandwich, taken cetirizine. Cause?

Hi, I am a 23 years old female.Married. Symptoms: I am getting reddish rashes all over my body. In the beginning,I had itching sensations but now it has settled into a rash and itching sensations are absent now in those areas.But my body is developing fresh patches with itching sensations. I had been suffering from Typhoid for two weeks but it was cured a week ago.I had eaten a Veg Cheesy Sandwich two days before the rashes started.I suspect whether my rashes have got to do with the food I had eaten. I took Cetirizine tablet for the rashes.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Hi....I am Dr's difficult tho pin point at one thing as u mentioned t.he rash is may be drug rash, may be viral or bacterial in origin....or may be just the allergy to the food....I recommend to get yourself examined and investigated by a local dermat as early as possible....till then u can use calasoft lotion and cetrizine...
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