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My daughter aged 6 years .Since last 3 weeks she has sudden allergy on her body. Red rashes bumped up and itchy. But they vanish soon or sometimes in few hours and skin is back to normal. No rashes or spots after. Has been prescribed antihistamine. Prednisolone steroid. Cepfodixime antibiotics and rantac syrup. But the allergy has been reoccurring since. Some times it's too much and sometimes lesser. Other than these no other symptoms.

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Hello, Lybrate user, give her homoeo medicine underlying.:@ Arsenic alb 30-6 dly morning @ Rhus tox 200-6 thrice. She should drink lukewarm water. Avoid, cold intake, dust, smoke. Tk, care.
1.No milk or any other fruits 2.No nonessential medicine 3.Keep her away from pets and pollen 4.Not much physical exercise and exposure to sun for medicine contact on private chat good luck.
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She must be suffering from some food allergy. You should consult Skin Specialist.
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