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Treatment ongoing for allergies and fever. Prescribed clariten and tylenol, advil. Abdomen swollen, breathlessness, runny nose, congestion. Is this serious?

my twentymonth old son has been ill. i took him to dr. and they are treating him for allergies and said his fever could be coming from teething or a viral infection. prescribed clariten and tylenol and advil .now his abdomen is swollen and is causing him discomfort. i can tell by short breathing. he also has terrible runny nose and congestion. i am worried about the swelling. is this serious?
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the microlytes and paracetamol increase the allergy
your condition is due to milk which is animal protein and they are not competible with humam proteins as we add milk and diary protein in diet child start allergy and asthma and other system diseases
if you withdraw milk and diary from diet child will reverse of allergies
and till the you can gice the same rx for subsiding it
withdrawl effect come in 3 week
add vegetables fruits and cereals instead
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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