• cris cris
    January 13, 2009
    red rash on my face it itches n have burning sensation
    cris cris
    January 13, 2009

    i have developed a allergy on my face i went to the dermologolist he prescribed perisodone i took it for 5 days n it went away. as soon as i stopped taking them it came back. all the symptoms the red patches, itchiness. irritated, and so on. i started taking perisodone again n it goes away as soon as stop everthing comes back. what do i do, n to whom do i go to help me.




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  • psychoward1 January 13, 2009
    January 13, 2009

    Did your doctor try to figure out what you're allergic to?


    Recomend an allergy test?


    Have you recently changed something in your diet?

    New soap of any kind?


    If you have eczima(spelling) you might try using head&shoulders. Its supposed to help.


    A new pet?

    Anything new brought in to your living area?

    Anything changed in your daily routine like at school?


    If your not sure then get a good hypo-allergenic soap and carry it with you to school or where ever you travel.


    You might want to do an elimination diet, wash your pillow cases and bedding. Clean your whole house.

    Prednisone is in a class of drugs called steroids. Prednisone prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation.

    Prednisone is used to treat many different conditions such as allergic disorders, skin conditions, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, or breathing disorders.


    You have to find the cause in order to prevent it from returning. Otherwise you will have to keep taking the medicine.


    Good luck!




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