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Old 09-06-2007, 08:09 PM
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Default Negative Reaction!

My daughter took this for sinus infection and bronchitis. Within a few minutes she felt like her arms had gone to sleep. Then her legs had the same sensation. Before long, her temperature was rising and she found it difficult to breathe. Her hands were spasming, painful to open. We finally got some Benadryl into her and the symptoms subsided. She is 18. She has never exhibited an allergy to anything ever in her life. She grew up with her share of kid ailments, so had antibiotics of various types and names. Now she needs to avoid this - and what else? I can't get more information from the Dr.s office.
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