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Urge to scratch face, nose, had chicken and ginger ale. Reason?

hey I made chicken today. I baked it with a seasoning and let it fry in the oven for 40-60 min under 400 F and i made mashed potatoes by boiling potatoes mind u i t was my first time making raw chicken and my friend helped. We drank ginger ale (new) and some slightly old but not moldy bread. I have this urge however to sratch my face. nose etc. is there an issue or am I just hyper.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.

I hope you are fine by now.

In all possibilities, it seems you have developed allergy to one of the ingredients that you ate. If your symptoms are not better, you will need antiallergic drugs like benadryl or claritin.

Most often allergic symptoms are self limiting. Rarely they do progress to severe rashes, angioedema, breathing difficulties, hypotension and shock. Though treating the symptoms and preventing complications is a priority it is equally important that you identify the causative agent and avoid it in future.

So do not neglect what happened if you are alright by now. Seek medical attention both for treatment and for identification of causative agent.

Hope this answer was useful.

Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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