How To Deal With Fever And Paracetamol Allergy?
Good evening, I want to ask I am allergic to drugs, one of which is paracetamol because I was allergic as a child and my eyes were swollen when given paracetamol. Today I finished a blood check and I was positive and then given a drug, one of which is paracetamol. My body does not heat down until the medicine to reduce the heat is that I cannot take paracetamol. I want to take paracetamol accompanied by taking cetirizine to minimize my allergies to reduce my body heat. What do you do, good or not? Thank you in advance
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Allergies can occur with food, drugs, weather, or other things. These things are said to be allergens (something that triggers allergies). Symptoms that can arise include red rashes on the body, itching, runny nose, swollen eyes, to shortness of breath. If the allergen is already known, it's a good idea to avoid it so that no allergic reactions can occur that can harm you.
Related to your question, it helps you directly consult the doctor who treats you. But some things you can do at this time to reduce complaints of fever, including:
Drink plenty of water Get plenty of rest Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables Compress the forehead and the crease area with water, wear loose and comfortable clothing. That's all, hopefully it's useful.