In the past three weeks I have discovered I am allergic to two antibiotics. The first medication made me break out in rash, itchy, swelling, fever. The second one made me violently ill, swelling, and fever. Each time my face has broke out something awful!!! They don't really seem like pimples or blisters. Some are little white heads and some are little red bumps, even up on my eyelids. The first time I went out in the sun right after rash had cleared up thought maybe that's what had caused. I have not been in sun this time and its much worse this time!!! I'm 37 and I look like I'm going thru puberty HELP!!! I do not want to go out in publicView Thread
I have discovered in the past 2 weeks I am allergic to 2 antibiotics. The first time it happened just a horrible rash, itchy, and swelling the 2nd time violently ill and swelling. Each time I had a fever that reached 102. Each time my face has these little things on my face!!! They don't quite seem like zits or blisters. The first time I spent the day in the sun very soon after everything had cleared up, thought maybe that what was had caused it but I have not been out in sun this time and its much worse this time! I'm 37 and it looks like I'm going thru puberty again! Help!!!!View Thread
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