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Drug Allergy (cont.)

Follow-up

Follow up with your health-care provider after an allergic reaction to a drug. At this follow-up appointment, he or she can evaluate your recovery from the reaction and adjust any medications.

If you do not respond to the treatment prescribed for your drug allergy, it is important that you see a medical professional for re-evaluation.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/30/2014

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