Red Itchy Rash From Nexium Or Ramipril?

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Ella Says:


Hi I am 49 and have developed itchy red rash with small bumps on my neck and face. Has occurred only in last two weeks on both sides. I do have herpes and asthma, and take Valclovir ... But meds for those are longstanding, whilst Nexium and Ramipril are new. I also have clinically isolated syndrome and recently had leg and eye issues causing the dr to revisit ? MS.



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Verwon Says:

It is possible that these symptoms are due to MS, but according to the NIH, they could also be due to medication side effects.

However, an itchy rash most frequently designates an allergic reaction, which means you should consult your doctor immediately, because it could mean you are allergic to one of these medications, according to FDA reports. Other allergic reactions may include swelling and trouble breathing.

How are you doing, now? Has there been any change?

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