Shortness Of Breath After Taking Antibiotic Medication?

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Excuse me, I want to ask before I have a complaint of vaginal discharge after giving birth but I have already treated and vaginal discharge is colored milk but after taking my medicine I have difficulty breathing I think I have a cold but it’s been cured I am still short of it, am I allergic to drugs? I have no complaints of cough and fever but I have a mild cold I’m Corona

1 Answer:

Good night.

Shortness condition after taking antibiotics can occur due to allergies where this can be accompanied by the following symptoms

 the body rashes appear faster and the pulse appears swollen in the area around the eyes and lips. If you experience this you should immediately go to the hospital to see if your condition is really allergic and dangerous if there is shock due to allergies that have signs of tightness getting more severe, palpable areas of cold extremities . Some things should be done

 stop using the drug if you have enough oxygen to keep your awareness good. Regarding corona, you can assess this risk check.

Thank you, greetings Dr. Florentina

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