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Stinging pain in the groin, on prednison, had taken Kellogg shot for poison oak rash. Reason?

I recieved a bad case of poison oak around my body, mostly in the groin area so i went to my doctor to get some help. they gave me a Kellog shot of 80mg and also put me on prednison. the rash and poison oak has gone away for the mostpart it looks like but i still get a very strong stinging pain in my groin that is preventing me from sleeping. Is this something i should be worried about or is it the result of my medications?
Asked On : Mon, 19 Mar 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. the attending doctor would have asked you to come next day. as there is no complete remission you have to use antibiotic to prevent secondary infection, antiinflamatory analgesic for pain relief, anti histamine to reduce toxic effect.under the supervision of the doctor. thank you.
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