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Urticaria and breathing problem please HELP

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  • Posted By: zeeshan123
  • June 24, 2009
  • 08:25 PM

Hi, I am 23 years old,

i cannot take milk as it causes indigestion. a month ago i drank a glass of milk after a long long time(strawberry flavour-but this is not the first time i had something made of strawberries). i was also exposed to burning plastic as my house was on fire and when i went in the smoke so my face turned black due to black ash of plastic and i inhaled that burning plastic because my nostrils had the ash remains too. A few days later my hands started itching and then a day later i had red spots of different shapes and sizes all over my body which itched really bad. i went to the doctor and he gave me xyzal(antihistamine) twice a day and some calamox lotion to put over my body. he told me it was urticaria. A day later it got worse and i had a very sore throat, the itching was worse on my feet and my hands and i had indigestion. the doctor gave me a K-Kort injection(type of steroid) and then later gave me a tappering dose of Betnesol with kestine thrice a day and atarax at night and risek(Omeprazole-20mg) for indigestion. It was very hard to take those tablets, i had hiccups for 3 days and then i had to stop the dose after a week and due to which all the muscles of my body hurt really bad and i could not even walk as my feet hurt too and had rash. then after the dose of betnesol i kept taking antihistamines and now, after a month, the rash on my hands and feet gets more and less every day. my feet itch and ache and i even have difficulty walking sometimes and have difficulty breathing and have noisy breathing 3 to 4 times a day for 2-3 minutes. I am now taking antihistamine every night and take risek now and then when the indigestion increases. I dont have any idea what caused it and how it will heal. ihave had IgE test and the reading was 150. my CBC, ESR, SGPT are all normal PLEASE HELP!!!

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