What are the symptoms to a Drug Allergy?
The symptoms of a drug allergy can range from mild to very serious. Most of the time they appear within 1 to 72 hours and can include:
Hives or welts, a rash or blisters, this the the most typical type of reaction to a drug allergy.
Coughing, wheezing, a runny nose, and trouble breathing.
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis, this is a serious skin condition that makes your skin blister and peel, it can be deadly if it is not treated immediately.
Anaphylaxis, is the most dangerous reaction you can have. It can be deadly, and you will need emergency treatment. Without emergency care, you could die! the symptoms, will include hives and trouble breathing and usually appear within 1 hour after you take the medicine.