I am a 28 year old male. I have rashes over hands and legs. They are not red rashes, but more like insect bites. I also have swelling especially on the feet. My doctor has prescribed Benadryl anti-allergy tablet. I am also experiencing shivering when body is feeling hot. What am I looking at? I am really worried. Please help.
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1. Contact dermatitis.
2. Drug induced.
4. Viral exanthem.
Fever with rash.Treatment plan:
1. Tablet Avil (Pheniramine maleate) twice daily.
2. Emollients like Lacto Calamine.
3. Tablet Paracetamol 650 mg twice daily or during febrile illness and cold sponging.
Avoid sun exposure and scratching.Regarding follow up:
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I got an injection and the shivering has come down. But, neither the rash nor the swelling. What should I do next?
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