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Wisdom tooth removed. Taking oxycodone, cleocin, body rashes, allergic reaction. Treatment for rashes?

I had a wisdom tooth removed last Thursday. The dr gave me oxycodone and cleocin. I broke out in a rash about two to three days after taking the medications . The rash started on my lower stomach and felt hot to the touch and really didn t itch . The doctor told me to stop taking the oxycodone on Monday and it still didn t clear up, so she said to stop the cleocin on Wednesday. Now the rash is worse and it has spread to my upper stomach, chest, back, arms and a little on my legs. I haven t had anything different in my diet or used any different soap, detergents, etc. I m not sure what s going on.
Asked On : Mon, 16 Apr 2012
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This is not common for the medication allergy. You need to load yourself with Vit B & C. Please take cetrizine for symptomatic relief. Atarax will also help. Iam still quite positive the bout of the allergy has nothing to do with the antibiotics. Still you can go ahead with allergen testing if this is not resiolved.
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